NASPAQ – Pac-12 Stock Report : Week 1

7 09 2010

The NASPAQ stock market is the Pac-12 version of a stock exchange, a  pioneer in electronic screen-based sports security trading. With twelve teams and approximately 50 publicly traded players, it has more trading volume than any other sports stock exchange in the world.

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The most volatile stock came in the players market from Kenjon Barner (KENJ), who saw a 100% increase in his stock to $50. He was listed as LaMichael James’ backup, but mostly known for his role as a punt/kick returner last season. With James out for pushing his girlfriend, Barner made the most of his opportunity by eclipsing last season’s touchdown totals with four rushing and one through the air. I would expect him to have earned at least a few more carries per game this year and if he outperforms LMJ he could eventually turn into the starter.

I would advise buyers to purchase stock in UCLA’s Akeem Ayers (AYER) ending up as the conference’s defensive MVP. He was all over the field for the Bruins racking up 11 tackles, one sack, a pass deflection and recovered two fumbles. He’ll have plenty of opportunities for tackles this year, because the only place you saw the UCLA defensive line was in the Kansas State rear view mirrors as they gave up 350 rushing yards. His stock is up 15 points, but the bullish UCLA defensive stock is dropping.

There were some surprises in the positional markets starting with USC’s defense (USCD). Some of our analysts were bullish on this stock as it IPO’d at $100, but watching Hawaii dance around them like the girls on Dancing With the Stars was not reassuring. I couldn’t tell what was worse, the tackling or their secondary that gave up 459 yards passing – 200 of which came after the starter was injured. Their poor performance dropped them 50% after surrendering 588 yards to the Rainbow Warriors.

Players Market

Quarterbacks

Team Symbol Δ Δ% Total
Matt Barkley USC BARK ↑ 15 15% $115
Nick Foles Arizona FOLE ↑ 15 14% $120
Kevin Riley Cal RILE ↑ 5 6% $80
Kevin Prince UCLA PRNC ↓ 5 20% $20
Andrew Luck Stanford LUCK ↑ 10 8% $135
Jordan Wynn Utah WYNN ↑ 5 10% $55
Jake Locker Washington LOCK ↓10 10% $90

Running Backs

Team Symbol Δ Δ % Total
Kenjon Barner Oregon BARN ↑ 25 100% $50
Nic Grigsby Arizona GRIG ↑ 5 20% $35
JacQuizz Rodgers Oregon State QUIZ ↓ 5 4% $120
Chris Polk Washington Polk ↑ 5 10% $55

Wide receivers

Wide Receivers Team Symbol Δ Δ% Total
Juron Criner Arizona CRIN ↑ 15 30% $65
Ronald Johnson USC ROJO ↑ 15 42% $50
James Rodgers Oregon State JROD ↑ 5 10% $55

IPO’s

Ryan Katz Oregon State KATZ - - $10
Keenan Allen Cal KEEN - - $25
Doug Baldwin Stanford BALD - - $25
David Ausberry USC BERY - - $25
DeVonte Christopher Utah DEVO - - $25
Cameron Marshall ASU MRSH - - $25
Marc Tyler USC MARC - - $25

Positional Markets

Symbol Δ Δ% Total
USC Defense USCD ↓ 50 50% $50
UCLA Defense UCLD ↓ 20 33% $60
Oregon State Defense OSUD ↓ 10 20% $40
Arizona Defense ARID ↑ 15 60% $65
Utah Defense UTAD ↑ 10 20% $60
UW Defense UWD ↓ 5 10% $40
Oregon Defense ORED ↑ 15 15% $115

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