2012 has been a volatile year for the stock markets with the FTSE100 dropping sharply around May to a trough of below 5300, but have since rallied back to a current level of 5897 having pursued the historically resistant 6000. Even with numerous economic worries over the US fiscal cliff, debt problems in Greece and the slowdown in many global economies, it has been the banks who have prevailed in 2012 with Lloyds up over 70%, Barclays and RBS around 50%. Housebuilders have also had a good year whilst mining stocks including FTSE100's Eurasian Natural Resources suffering major falls in light of slowing global demand and internal corporate issues. The blog has also highlighted several winners including less well known firms including Sound Oil, Lamprell, Solo Oil and Xcite Energy. 2013 looks to offer an equally volatile market and with volatility comes opportunity. Contained within this article is one stock that is potentially primed for upside and is currently undervalued. The detailed report should fully inform you about the company. Happy 2013, and best of luck with your investments!