United States Cellular Up 19.5% Since Smartrend Uptrend Call (usm)

In approximately 3 months, United States Cellular has returned 19.45% as of today’s recent price of $45.87. United States Cellular share prices have moved between a 52-week high of $45.91 and a 52-week low of $32.25 and are now trading 42% above that low price at $45.87 per share. Over the last five market days, the 200-day moving average (MA) has gone up 0.4% while the 50-day MA has advanced 0.8%. United States Cellular Corporation provides cellular telephone service throughout the United States. SmarTrend will continue to scan these moving averages and a number of other proprietary indicators for any shifts in the trajectory of United States Cellular shares. Log in and add United States Cellular (USM) to your watchlist today so you can receive a real-time alert when the shares are about to change trend. Keywords: spotlights amex:usm united states cellular Contact Nick Russo Smartrend analyzes over 5,000 securities simultaneously throughout the trading day and provides its subscribers with trend change alerts in real time. To get a free trial of our trading calls and maximize your trading results, please visit http://www.mysmartrend.com . Get exclusive, actionable insight into how the market is expected to trend prior to market open with our free morning newsletter. Sign up at http://www.mysmartrend.com/morning-call-newsletter-signup .

United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan issues decision in Phase I of Kalamazoo River Case

national team, shes been called in for the first time since May 2012. (Source: JMR Photography, via Wiki Commons.) Theyre part of the 10-defender crew named to the U.S. squad, one thats emblematic of the strange tension between old world scheduling and the new realities of the womens soccer world. Whereas the U.S. has previously been able to ignore FIFA dates because few (if any) players were playing in Europe, financial opportunities in France, Sweden, England and Germany makes it more likely out-of-window games will create conflicts. In one sense, the U.S. surely has enough depth to give players 22 through 25 a shot in otherwise meaningless matches, but on the other hand, the margin for borderline players like Tymrak, Paris Saint-Germains Lindsey Horan, and Bayerns Amber Brooks diminishes with decreased opportunities. Therell be deprived of opportunities granted domestic-based players. With two games scheduled in the October FIFA window, its hardly a major concern. Its unlikely the borderline Europeans were omitted because they wouldnt be released for the Oct. 20 friendly. After all, the Tyreso and French contingents were still named to the squad despite being unavailable for Australia. Still, the scheduling is an example of a unique, unprecedented predicament for U.S. Soccer. Their womens players are becoming subjected to the same pressures as their mens.

United States roster falling to pieces ahead of remaining 2014 World Cup qualifiers

v. NCR Corporation, et al., No. 1:11-CV-483 (W.D. Mich.), relating to CERCLA liability at the Kalamazoo River Site (the “Site”). The Court found that NCR is liable as an arranger under Section 107(a)(3) of CERCLA for sales of PCB-containing carbonless copy paper (CCP) broke, at least as of March 1969. PCB-containing CCP was produced from approximately 1954 to April 1971. NCR is one of a number of Potentially Responsible Parties at the Site. The Court did not determine NCR’s share of the overall liability or how NCR’s liability relates to the liability of other liable or potentially liable parties at the Site. If NCR were to be found liable for any costs with respect to the Kalamazoo River, it would have claims against Appleton Papers Inc. (now known as Appvion, Inc.) and B.A.T Industries p.l.c. under a 1998 cost sharing agreement and associated arbitration award and judgment. NCR respectfully disagrees with the Courts conclusion.

European commitments see United States name 25-woman squad for friendlies against Australia, New Zealand

(MORE: U.S. Soccer and Jones refute reports of injury) Jermaine Jones status may be up in the air; reports out of Germany say surgery will have Jones on the shelf for a few weeks. But Jones and U.S. Soccer are refuting those reports, so stay tuned on this one. Either way, if Jones has a knee issue, its fair to wonder if Schalke will be excited about extra travel and matches that are, officially speaking, meaningless. U.S. center back Clarence Goodson was a scratch from Sundays match at Chivas USA after suffering a bone bruise on the knee in the Earthquakes previous contest. Goodson, recall, was the starter alongside Omar Gonzalez as the United States clinched its spot earlier this month with the win over Mexico. Goodson may have slipped lately on the depth chart (blame young up-and-comer Anthony Brooks for that), but his steady night against El Tri reminded everyone that a tested, reliable veteran is great to have around. Word came Monday that Fabian Johnson has an ankle injury and may not be available for Hoffenheims match Saturday at Mainz 05. If Johnson does not play there, expect some reluctance from Hoffenheim to release their left-sided defender-midfielder for international duty. Landon Donovan (pictured below) was back on the field for the Galaxy on Sunday in Seattle, so he is likely to be on Klinsmanns list when the team gathers next week in Kansas City. But whether the Galaxy man will be at full-fitness (and therefor full effectiveness) is another matter. There is one other element potentially destructive to Klinsmanns plan: how will MLS teams feel about losing players for meaningless contests with significant implications in their one, league contests on the line?