Best Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2014

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Best Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2014: Dejour Energy Inc (DEJ)

Dejour Energy Inc. is engaged in the business of acquiring, exploring and developing energy projects with a focus on oil and gas exploration in Canada and the United States. The Company holds approximately 113,000 net acres of oil and gas leases in the Peace River Arch of northwestern British Columbia and northeastern Alberta, Canada and the Piceance, Paradox and Uinta Basins in the United States Rocky Mountains. The Company has 71.43% working interest in this 3,014 acre (gross) project located south of Roan Creek. The Company also has 71.43% working interest in this 18,000 acre (gross) project located north of the Rangely Field, is prospective for oil in the Lower Mancos (Niobrara), Dakota, Morrison and Phosphoria formations. Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By CRWE]

    Vancouver, BC, Dec. 16, 2013 — (CRWE Press Release) — Dejour Energy Inc. (NYSE MKT:DEJ) (TSX:DEJ), an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company operating in North America’s Piceance Basin and Peace River Arch regions, today announces that it has signed a Letter of Intent to create a strategic joint venture partnership with a private Singapore based energy company (‘SECO’) to develop the company’s Colorado oil and gas assets.

    Upon completion of due diligence, legal documentation and requisite approvals expected prior to January 31, 2014, SECO will invest an initial sum of up to $27.5mm in 2014 and 2015 to earn an 85% share in Dejour’s interests in its Colorado properties, primarily Kokopelli, subject to certain interest claw backs available to Dejour. Following this capital investment by SECO, the partners will continue to judiciously develop the reserves on a pro rata basis.

    The terms of the agreement include a capital injection to Dejour of approximately US$ 4.5mm, including cash and assumption of certain liability agreements on outstanding debt and the 100% development funding of an initial $10.5mm in capital expenditures in 2014 with a further $12mm in 2015, targeting Kokopelli, subject to certain provisions. Additionally, SECO will assume 85% of the ongoing overhead of Dejour’s U.S. operations and joint project management during the initial period. SECO will also share responsibility to maintain the other Dejour U.S. leases in good standing on a pro rata ownership basis or return them to Dejour in a timely fashion. Dejour will remain the operator of record.

    “SECO shares Dejour’s value proposition relating to the company’s U.S. E&P portfolio. This partnership will bring many strategic advantages to Dejour: minimizing capital requirement in the short term, bolstering the company’s balance sheet and long term US cash flow, the provision of flexibility for Dejour to pursue new

Best Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2014: Helmerich & Payne Inc (HP)

Helmerich & Payne, Inc., incorporated on February 29, 1944, is engaged in contract drilling of oil and gases wells for others and this business. The Company’s contract drilling business is composed of three reportable business segments: U.S. Land, Offshore and International Land. During the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012 (fiscal 2012), the Company’s U.S. Land operations drilled in Oklahoma, California, Texas, Wyoming, Colorado, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Utah, Arkansas, New Mexico, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia. Offshore operations were conducted in the Gulf of Mexico, and offshore of California, Trinidad and Equatorial Guinea. During fiscal 2012, the Company’s International Land segment operated in six international locations: Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Tunisia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates. The Company is also engaged in the ownership, development and operation of commercial real estate and the research and development of rotary steerable techn ology. Each of the businesses operates independently of the others through wholly owned subsidiaries. The Company’s real estate investments located exclusively within Tulsa, Oklahoma, include a shopping center containing approximately 441,000 leasable square feet, multi-tenant industrial warehouse properties containing approximately one million leasable square feet and approximately 210 acres of undeveloped real estate. The Company’s subsidiary, TerraVici Drilling Solutions, Inc. (TerraVici), is developing rotary steerable technology. As of September 30, 2012, it had 176 rigs under fixed-term contracts. During fiscal 2012, the Company leased a 150,000 square foot industrial facility near Tulsa, Oklahoma for the purpose of overhauling/repairing rig equipment and associated component parts.

U.S. Land Drilling

As of September 30, 2012, the Company had 282 of its land rigs available for work in the United States. During fiscal 2012, the Company’s U.S. Land operations contributed approximately 85% of the Compan! y’s consolidated operating revenues. During fiscal 2012, rig utilization was approximately 89%. During fiscal 2012, the Company’s fleet of FlexRigs had an average utilization of approximately 97%, while the Company’s conventional and mobile rigs had an average utilization of approximately 11%. As of September 31, 2012, 231 out of an available 282 land rigs were working.

Off Shore Drilling

During fiscal 2012, the Company’s Offshore operations contributed approximately 6% of the Company’s consolidated operating revenues. During fiscal 2012, rig utilization was approximately 79%. During fiscal 2012, the Company had eight of its nine offshore platform rigs under contract and continued to work under management contracts for four customer-owned rigs. During fiscal 2012, revenues from drilling services performed for the Company’s offshore drilling customer totaled approximately 56% of offshore revenues.

International Land Drilling

During fiscal 2012, the Company’s International Land operations contributed approximately 9% of the Company’s consolidated operating revenues. During fiscal 2012, rig utilization was 77%. As of September 30, 2012, the Company had nine rigs in Argentina. During fiscal 2012, the Company’s utilization rate was approximately 52%. During fiscal 2012, revenues generated by Argentine drilling operations contributed approximately 2% of the Company’s consolidated operating revenues. The Argentine drilling contracts are with international or national oil companies. As of September 30, 2012, the Company had seven rigs in Colombia. During fiscal 2012, the Company’s utilization rate was approximately 79%. During fiscal 2012, revenues generated by Colombian drilling operations contributed approximately 3% of the Company’s consolidated operating revenues. During fiscal 2012, revenues from drilling services performed for the Company’s customer in Colombia totaled approximately 1% of co nsolidated operating revenues and approximately 16% of inter! national ! operating revenues. The Colombian drilling contracts are with international or national oil companies. As of September 30, 2012, the Company had five rigs in Ecuador. During fiscal 2012, the utilization rate in Ecuador was 97%. During fiscal 2012, revenues generated by Ecuadorian drilling operations contributed approximately 2% of consolidated operating revenues. As of September 30, 2012, the Company had two rigs in Tunisia, four rigs in Bahrain and two rigs in United Arab Emirates.

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Richard Moroney]

    Helmerich & Payne (HP)

    Helmerich & Payne is expanding its fleet of high-end rigs and taking market share. The company is now projected to earn $6.07 per share in fiscal 2014 ending September, implying 8% growth, on 7% higher sales. The stock yields 2.8%.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    As a result, the knives have come out. Cowen’s analysts downgraded six stocks–Baker Hughes (BHI), Cameron International (CAM), Nabors Industries (NBR), CGG (CGG), Superior Energy Services (SPN) and Helmerich & Payne (HP)–and cut their estimates on even more. Its analysts explain why:

  • [By Robert Rapier]

    My opinion is that in this space Helmerich & Payne (NYSE: HP) looks better with respect to most metrics and pays a 3 percent dividend to boot. We recommended HP to subscribers in February, and it has returned more than 25 percent since. UNT hasn’t done too badly by comparison; it is up nearly 14 percent over the same time frame. But I would still favor HP today when I stack it up against UNT. HP’s debt is lower, its price/earnings ratio is lower, its volatility is lower, and its profit margin is higher than UNT’s.          

Best Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2014: Eaton Vance Tax-Managed Global Diversified Equity Income Fund (EXG)

Eaton Vance Tax-Managed Global Diversified Equity Income Fund (the Fund) is a diversified, closed-end investment company. The Fund was established to offer investors sources of potential tax-advantaged income and gains. The Fund’s primary investment objective is to provide current income and gains, with a secondary objective of capital appreciation. The Fund pursues its investment objectives by investing primarily in a diversified portfolio of domestic and foreign common stocks. The Fund invests primarily in dividend-paying domestic and foreign common stocks that qualify for favorable federal income tax treatment. In addition, the Fund writes (sells) stock index call options with respect to a portion of its common stock portfolio value. As of October 31, 2007, the Fund had written call options on 49.9% of its equity holdings. The Fund’s 10 largest equity holdings as of October 31, 2007, included Enel SPA, Nokia Oyj ADR, ENI SPA, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, BP PLC, Cesky Telec om AS, GlaxoSmithKline PLC, EMC Corp., HSBC Holdings PLC and Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

The Fund may invest in Cash Management Portfolio (Cash Management), an affiliated investment company managed by Boston Management and Research (BMR), a subsidiary of Eaton Vance Management (EVM). The Fund had a total return of -4.64% for the period from inception on February 27, 2007, to October 31, 2007.

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Vivian Lewis]

    Eaton Vance Tax-Managed Global Equity Income Fund (EXG) favors active management in a declining market based on CIO Michael Wilson’s strategy for closed end funds.

Best Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2014: Orchids Paper Products Company(TIS)

Orchids Paper Products Company manufactures private label tissue products for the consumer market in the United States. Its product line includes paper towels, bathroom tissue, and paper napkins. The company also offers its products under the Orchids, Velvet, Colortex, Ultra Valu, Dri-Mop, Big Mopper, Soft & Fluffy, Tackle, My-Size, and Care brand names. It serves value retailers (dollar stores), discount retailers, grocery stores, grocery wholesalers and cooperatives, and convenience stores. The company markets its products directly, as well as through independent brokers. Orchids Paper Products Company was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Pryor, Oklahoma.

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By David Goodboy]

    My next step was to locate stocks in this industry. One company stood out above the rest as a top performer with plenty of upside. That company is Orchids Paper Products Co. (NYSE: TIS).

Best Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2014: Pacific WebWorks Inc (PWEB)

Pacific WebWorks, Inc. (Pacific WebWorks), incorporated on May 18, 1987, is an application service provider and software development firm that develops business software technologies and services for business merchants and organizations using Internet and other technologies. The Company’s product family provides tools for Website creation, management and maintenance, electronic business storefront hosting and Internet payment systems for the small- to medium-sized business and organization. Its four wholly owned subsidiaries include Intellipay, Inc., TradeWorks Marketing, Inc., FundWorks, Inc and Pacific WebWorks International, LTD.

Visual WebTools Version 4.1 (V4.1)

V4.1 is a suite of software programs that fit together to perform the basic business functions that are effective on the Internet. The products in this suite include WebWizard, ClipOn Commerce, WebContacts, WebChannels, Web Profiling tool, WebStats, Auction Connection and Increase My Margin. WebWizard is a Web page design program that possesses a user interface and templates for the novice, has a functionality for Web design professionals. In 2010, the Company released WebWizard 5 and it incorporates site components like tables, frames, flash and other multimedia capabilities in a straightforward, menu driven process.

The Company’s customers can manage their sites’ layout, colors, contents, tables and graphics. WebWizard includes a library of hundreds of graphics that are freely accessible by its customers. WebWizard allows its customers to create, update and modify their Websites. ClipOn Commerce is an e-storefront and product management system, coupled with shopping cart technology. ClipOn Commerce allows the Company’s customers to build an Internet storefront. They can create a product catalog, organize and search products by unlimited categories and import/export to and from their database. ClipOn Commerce is designed to function with a third-party merchant account and is integrated with t! he Company’s Intellipay payment system, which allows its clients to accept all major credit cards online. ClipOn Commerce has support for QuickBooks accounting software enabling the Company’s customers to update between their accounting records and Internet storefront. ClipOn Commerce also features uninterrupted power supply (UPS) shipping integration.

WebContacts is a contact management program. Companies that use the Company’s system can utilize WebContacts to organize information about all the entities they do business with, including customers, suppliers and distributors. WebContacts will also enable them to capture information about people who visit their Website, if those visitors elect to supply contact information at the site. WebChannels is an e-mail distribution program that enables Pacific WebWorks’ customers to send customized e-mails in either plaintext or hyper text markup language (HTML) format to their WebContacts database of visitors. By using WebChannels, a client can send out a weekly newsletter, coupons or special offers to an entire customer base, certain visitor types or to a segment of their customers.

Web profiling tool is a form and survey creation tool that helps capture feedback and demographic information from customers and Website visitors. The Company’s clients can create customizable forms, surveys and interactive questionnaires. The Web profiling tool includes a catalog of pre-designed questions, such as education level, hobbies and satisfaction level. The profiling forms may also be custom created by the Company’s customers. WebStats enables the Company’s customers to analyze visitor activities on their Websites in order to track pages viewed, hits and time of access. WebStats is a statistics program that provides detailed reports and graphs related to referring pages, geographic location of visitors, browsers and the operating systems Website visitors are using, what Web pages generate hits and what pages are the most popular. Au! ction Con! nection is a module that allows Visual WebTools users to list inventory items with eBay. Increase My Margin is a tool that allows eBay users to analyze information and data related to the sale of thousands of products sold on eBay over a period of time.

Intellipay Payment System

The Intellipay payment system group of products offers payment technologies for business-to-business and business-to-customer uses on the Internet and in physical store locations. These products allow the Company’s customers to accept real time credit card payments from their Website, Internet appliances, kiosks or at remote locations through their Nextel cell phone or at the physical point of sale. Point-of-sale professionals provide technical support and ePayment professionals help the business locate an Internet-approved merchant account if needed. Once customers enter the necessary data in a secure form, Intellipay processes the transaction in real-time (2 to 5 seconds ) and returns the customer back to the business site. Intellipay also provides methods for enterprise-level businesses to link Intellipay products, services and features into their e-commerce Websites and transmit transactional data for use in back office systems.

The Company’s ePayment System supports all major card types, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club and JCB. It also provides support for Visa and MasterCard debit (check) cards and Level Two corporate/commercial cards through various bank networks. Transaction types include normal authorizations, pre-authorizations intended for delayed settlement, force allowing a transaction authorized offline (possibly a voice authorization) to be settled, credits for refunds, and Intellipay’s address verification system (AVS) allows merchants to retrieve a score and verify the account validity. This Intellipay product allows the Company’s customers to control transaction level behav ior depending on AVS scores and duplicate transaction attemp! t detecti! on. Intellipay also automatically settles merchant batches nightly so its customers are freed from forcing settlement via manual or programmatic methods. The Intellipay system is transportable meaning that a customer can switch Website hosting companies, move between e-commerce software programs or change to or from many merchant account providers.

ExpertLink is Intellipay’s connection protocol for high-volume Internet businesses requiring high velocity real-time transaction authorizations linked to their own secure Website and/or back office systems. ExpertLink is a standards-based secure communications method allowing Web developers and application developers to build in the ePayment processing and various features, including batch management commands, duplicate transaction detection and management. The Company’s customers purchase ExpertLink or LinkSmart, and both come with Smart Terminal and the Secure Account Management System (SAMS).

LinkSma rt provides the Company’s online customers with ePayment features with minimal technical installation on their side. With LinkSmart, the Company’s customer does not need to pay for installation and maintenance of secure servers since LinkSmart serves the secure, customizable payment pages for them. LinkSmart offloads mission-critical, e-commerce tasks from the merchant.

Smart Terminal allows Pacific WebWorks’ customers to securely log into their Intellipay account from any Internet browser and authorize manual transactions and orders they have received through offline methods. Smart Terminal supports transactions, including normal authorizations, authorization-only for delayed settlement, settlement for non-Intellipay authorized transactions, credits and partial credits. Most clients receive Smart Terminal along with LinkSmart or ExpertLink, but Smart Terminal can also be purchased as a standalone product.

Secure Account Management System (SAM S) allows Intellipay customers to securely log into Intellip! ay’s SAMS! from any Web browser to configure and control various Intellipay components and behaviors. Customers can also view transaction histories for any day in the past 180 day period. IntelliPay Desktop Terminal (IDT) brings all of the functionality of a virtual terminal application to the customers’ desktop, while supporting hardware, such as a card reader and receipt printer. IntelliPay Wireless Terminal allows a merchant to accept either swiped or keyed transactions using a Nextel Cellular/Data phone using a card reader.

The Company competes with AuthorizeNet and VeriSign.

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By CRWE]

    Today, PWEB remains (0.00%) +0.000 at $.0185 with 2,891 shares in play thus far (ref. google finance Delayed: 9:34AM EDT July 19, 2013).

    Pacific WebWorks, Inc. previously reported the following business update. For the first six months of 2013 the Company has focused on revitalizing its internet technology business model. As previously reported, Pacific WebWorks has expanded its software suite and established a framework for reaching new markets with its software products. The Company believes there is strong demand for its products and is aggressively pursuing the opportunity to obtain new customers through a variety of marketing methods.

    Lance Bell, CEO, stated, “We are excited to report a number of accomplishments during the first six months of 2013. We have rounded out our management team, finalized our infrastructure and have begun to market our software products. We are encouraged by the initial results of these efforts.”

  • [By CRWE]

    Today, PWEB remains (0.00%) +0.000 at $.0231 with 1,000 shares in play thus far (ref. google finance Delayed: 9:30AM EDT July 16, 2013).

    Pacific WebWorks, Inc. previously reported the following business update. For the first six months of 2013 the Company has focused on revitalizing its internet technology business model. As previously reported, Pacific WebWorks has expanded its software suite and established a framework for reaching new markets with its software products. The Company believes there is strong demand for its products and is aggressively pursuing the opportunity to obtain new customers through a variety of marketing methods.

    Lance Bell, CEO, stated, “We are excited to report a number of accomplishments during the first six months of 2013. We have rounded out our management team, finalized our infrastructure and have begun to market our software products. We are encouraged by the initial results of these efforts.”