The Dow ended up seven points December 31 and some 11 percent for the year. The Manufactured Housing Composite Value ended the last day of the year on a sour note, however, down one and a quarter percent. The Index was down more than 17 percent for the year. Several individual stocks did finish the final day of 2010 on an up-note. Deer Valley was up more than 100 percent to close at $1.50 a share and TJT, Inc. was up 16 percent to close at .35 cents a share. Cavco, Skyline, Sun Communities and UMH Properties ended the year with gains over 2009.