It’s Wednesday April 26, 2006, and after President Bush’s speech yesterday oil markets are still towing the line as the main catalyst is still the situation in Iran, the rising prices at the pump has a big question mark on it as the switch to the ethanol additive may partially be to blame.

The NAMC Newswire’s “Wall Street to Main Street” segment in its entirety is only available to subscribers. Don’t miss out and Keep in mind that all subscriptions are free and will remain that way. All that you need to do is go to and add your email address to receive the full segments. We value your privacy and all email addresses are only used for NAMC related items and not shared with any third parties.

We want to hear from our readers/listeners, so drop us a line, maybe you have a question about a certain company or perhaps you want to introduce us to a company that we should know about.. All that you need to do is either shoot us out an email using our contact form on our website at or give us a call toll free at 888-463-9237 between the hours of 6:30pm and 12am weekdays. Your question could be a part of the Wall Street to Main Street radio show that is syndicated daily.

Remember that you can always listen to the NAMC Radio on, the leader in financial podcast. and is also available on iTunes.

Political Front

Twin suicide attacks targeting security personnel rocked northern Sinai near the Gaza Strip today, two days after triple bombings killed at least 18 people in a resort further south.

It looks as though Fox News’ Tony Snow will be named White House press secretary by President Bush at some point this morning, an excellent replacement for Bush.

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld made a surprise visit to Iraq to show support for the country’s emerging new government.

Added note:

The film about United Flight 93 that depicts the events of September 11 has premiered at the Tribeca Film and over 90 relatives of the victims of Flight 93 attended the premiere. Robert DeNiro acknowledged the presence of the relatives and the nature of the film as he addressed the audience before the showing.

On a personal note, being a New Yorker and seeing first hand the devastation that day, almost losing my wife in the WTC and attending countless wakes, I have to say that even though for most this may be a hard film to watch, it is a story that must be told so that we do not forget those that were lost and those heroes that never made it back home. I have yet to see the film but for Robert DeNiro to allow it to be shown at the Tribeca Film festival it had to be worthy.

For Your Free Subscription to Wall Street to Street Main go to

Movers and Shakers

Some major movers in yesterday’s trading session include Pope and Talbot (NYSE: POP) which traded up $1.29 to close at $7.05, Great American Financial (NYSE: GFR) which traded up $2.53 to close at $22.65, Millipore Corp (NYSE: MIL) which traded up $5.90 to close at $75.25, NewMil Bancorp (NASDAQ: NMIL) which traded up $10.92 to close at $39.83, NurtiSystem (NASDAQ: NTRI), a company that is in its zone with summer creeping ever so close, the stock traded up $17.31 to close at $68.01, Serologicals (NASDAQ: SERO) which traded up $7.83 to close at $31.15, Zoran Corp (NASDAQ: ZRAN) which traded up $6.50 to close at $29.13 and Indymac Bancorp (NYSE: NDE) which traded up $5.94 to close at $75.99.

For Your Free Subscription to Wall Street to Street Main go to

Tid Bits

Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT) ripped through 1st quarter projections with a 48% rise in profits beating the analyst estimate and still the stock of the heavy machinery company was pounded yesterday as it closed at $74.93 down $2.45. But just like Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD), this company was oversold and for all intents and purposes is still at a discount as it has to potential to go into the double digits this year.

Boeing (NYSE: BA) is not only a company to watch as earnings are on the way but it’s a stock to own. With major contracts being signed with China as of late it’s only a matter of time before that relationship grows a lot stronger, one other avenue of growth is Boeing tapping into the other emerging market India. So there are a lot of opportunities for growth as the stock has the potential to be a $100 stock in the next 6 to 12 months.’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) earnings slide down over 35% as they announced 1st quarter earnings of 12 cents per share, compared with $78 million, or 18 cents per share, in the same period a year ago. They painted a colorful picture as they gave some guidance for future quarters but proceed with caution as competition is going to get fierce in 2006/07 and the rising oil prices will drive up their shipping cost and will eat into their earning ability..

For Your Free Subscription to Wall Street to Street Main go to


This is the third of our “Furious Five” companies that we see excelling in their industry in 2006. Our third addition to this week’s Furious Five is Power Integrations Inc (NASDAQ: POWI) it trades on the Nasdaq under the symbol POWI.

To get our outlook on the Furious Five and other vital information about this company and others, just subscribe to Wall Street to Main Street FREE at

We cannot stress enough that investors need to do their due diligence, call the companies, get the information, consult with your investment advisor and if you do not have one consider getting one. Put the same time into investigating these companies as you do when you go to purchase a new television, it’s only for your protection. When it comes to thinly traded securities stagger your orders or put a limit order in to avoid a run up.

NAMC Newswire Note

Go to the NAMC Newswire for updates at and you can listen to the NAMC Radio for the audio version of “Wall Street to Main Street” at

To register to receive the Wall Street to Main Street Free Daily Newsletter Click Here or go to our site and click on the Newsletter section.

CEO’s that want to contact us can do so by going to or call us at 888-463-9237.

Louis Victor

NAMC Newswire



None of the information contained on the NAMC Newswire constitutes a recommendation by the NAMC Newswire, its journalist, nor its parent company that any particular security, portfolio of securities, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable for any specific investors or person. Each individual investor must make their own independent decisions regarding any security, portfolio of securities, transaction, or investment strategy featured on the NAMC Newswire or NAMC Radio Any past results are not necessarily indicative of future performance. The NAMC Newswire, its journalist nor its parent company does not guarantee any specific outcome or profit, and all investors should be aware of the real risk of loss in following any strategy or investments featured on the NAMC Newswire or the NAMC Radio. The strategy or investments discussed may fluctuate in price or value and investors may get back less than you invested. Before acting on any information featured on the NAMC Newswire website or the NAMC Radio segment, investors should consider whether it is suitable for their particular circumstances and strongly consider seeking advice from their own financial or investment adviser. Investors are also urged to do their own due diligence before investing in any security.

All opinions featured on the NAMC Newswire or NAMC Radio are based upon information that is considered to be reliable, but neither the NAMC Newswire, its journalist, its parent company, affiliates nor assigns warrant its completeness or accuracy, and it should not be relied upon as such. The statements and opinions featured on the NAMC Newswire by its journalist are based on their outlook at the time of the statement or opinion, and are subject to change without notice. NAMC may at times hold a position in the companies that it features, in these cases appropriate disclosure is made.