(NASDAQ: IDEX) Analyzes – HESG, NWSA, CI, and YOD

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Health Sciences Group, Inc. (OTC: HESG) – For an in-depth report on Health    Sciences Group, Inc. follow:


Shares blew up this past Friday closing up 75% making Health Sciences Group one of    the biggest gainers in the OTC market. The unusual breakout came without any news    released. The company, through its subsidiaries, provides various products used in    nutritional supplements and functional foods and beverages in the United States. It    primarily offers Shugr, a zero-calorie sugar substitute that tastes and bakes like    cane sugar; and Sequesterol Advance Cardio Formula, a proprietary blend of clinically    studied ingredients for the maintenance of cardiovascular health and a free-flowing    circulatory system.


News Corporation (NASDAQ: NWSA) – For an in-depth report on News Corporation    follow:


Shares of NWSA closed up almost 9% this past Friday with nearly 13.2 million    shares traded. An increase from the stock’s usual trading volume of about 4    million shares. The stock was one of the biggest advancers on the NASDAQ. The company    released its fiscal second-quarter earnings late last Thursday and beat analysts'    profit estimates even though advertising revenue continued to fall.


Cigna Corp. (NYSE: CI) – For an in-depth report on Cigna Corp. follow:


Cigna Corp was a decliner last Friday on the NYSE, closing with a loss of 9.25%.    The stock had a significant increase in trading volume however, trading over 9    million shares in comparison to an average of usually 1.4 million shares. The company    posted surprisingly disappointing fourth-quarter earnings. While revenue did beat    expectations, looking at the bottom line, the company's earnings still fell, with net    income down $45 million, to $361 million. Even after backing out one-time items,    earnings per share still fell, down from $1.57 per share, to $1.39, coming in $0.10 a    share lower than Wall Street was predicting. The company also indicated 2014 would be    a tough year, kicked off by a likely earnings decline in the first quarter.


YOU On Demand Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: YOD) – For an in-depth report on YOU    On Demand Holdings, Inc. follow:


Shares of YOD closed up nearly 30% on Friday with about 1.3 million shares traded.    The stock traded in a range of 2.50 - 3.34 coming just one cent shy of its 52-week    high. Average volume for the stock is only around 165,000 shares traded. Though there    was no significant news released by the company, YOU On Demand was featured in a    SeekingAlpha article and was called the Netflix of China.


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    Source: ACCESSWIRE Investor Awareness (February 10, 2014 - 1:06 AM EST)
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