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LONDON, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The trading session on Monday, April 14, 2014 ended on a higher note as the S&P 500 finished the session 0.82% higher at 1,830.61 and the NASDAQ Composite closed at 4,022.69, up 0.57%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished at 16,173.24, up 0.91%. During the session, all the ten sectors ended in positive. The S&P 500 Industrials Sector Index ended the day at 441.74, up 0.61%, and the same has gained 0.25% in the last one month. Investor-Edge has initiated coverage on the following equities: Taser International Inc. (NASDAQ: TASR), DigitalGlobe Inc. (NYSE: DGI), Rockwell Collins Inc. (NYSE: COL) and Precision Castparts Corp. (NYSE: PCP). Free technical research on TASR, DGI, COL and PCP can be downloaded upon signing up at:

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Shares in Taser International Inc. fluctuated between $16.49 and $17.24 before ending Monday's session 0.24% higher at $16.78. Taser Intl. Inc.'s stock reported a trading volume of 0.86 million shares, as compared with its three months average volume of 1.41 million shares. Taser International Inc.'s shares have declined 3.23% in the previous three trading sessions, 8.46% in the last one month but the same has advanced 5.67% on YTD basis. The stock is trading above its 200-day moving average of $14.97. Additionally, the stock traded at a PE ratio of 47.40 and has a Relative Strength Index of 38.25. Sign up today to read free research on TASR at:

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DigitalGlobe Inc.'s stock finished the Monday's session 2.45% higher at $26.78. A total of 0.53 million shares were traded, which is below its three months average volume of 1.10 million shares. The stock traded between $26.38 and $27.28 during the session. DigitalGlobe Inc.'s stocks have declined 3.81% in the previous three trading sessions, 14.66% in the last one month and 34.92% on YTD basis. The stock is trading below its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. DigitalGlobe Inc.'s 200-day moving average of $34.50 is above its 50-day moving average of $33.42. Moreover, shares of the company have an RSI of 26.49. Sign up today to read free research on DGI at:

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Rockwell Collins Inc.'s stock gained 0.93%, to close the day at $76.79. The stock recorded a trading volume of 0.59 million shares as compared with its three months average volume of 0.88 million shares. The stock oscillated between $75.97 and $77.07 during the trading session. Rockwell Collins Inc.'s shares have declined 2.72% in the previous three trading sessions, 3.65% in the last one month, whereas the same has advanced 3.88% on YTD basis. Shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 17.13. The stock is trading above its 200-day moving average. Rockwell Collins Inc.'s 50-day moving average of $79.55 is above its 200-day moving average of $73.51. Moreover, the company stock has an RSI of 33.38. Sign up today to read free research on COL at:

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On Monday, Shares in Precision Castparts Corp. registered a trading volume of 0.47 million shares, as compared with its three months average volume of 0.75 million shares. The stock ended the day at $245.51, up 0.45% and at an intraday range of $243.36 and $246.97. Precision Castparts Corp.'s shares have fallen by 3.28% in the previous three trading sessions, 2.60% in the last one month and 8.83% on YTD basis. The stock is trading above its 200-day moving average. Precision Castparts Corp.'s 50-day moving average of $254.97 is above its 200-day moving average of $245.24. Furthermore, the shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 21.29 and have an RSI of 40.57. Sign up today to read free research on PCP at:

http://www.investor-edge.com/1246-PCP-15Apr2014.pdf


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