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  Tuesday  19
  June

Midday Market Update - 1:30 pm ET
Dow Industrials remain strongest of market indicators
I still feel that the Dow Industrials remain the strongest of the market indexes on a broader scale.

Morning Market Update - 11:30 am ET
Software to the rescue
Not surprisingly, the Software Index (GSO.X) is the sector of the day, up 5.05%.

  Monday  18
  June

Commentary | By: Derek E. Baltimore
Level 3 Gets Leveled
Before the market opened this morning, we got our typical slew of earnings warnings and downgrades, predominately from the battered and beaten down telecom sector.

Play of the Day
LOW - Play for Tuesday
Lowes broke through resistance at $74 on Monday, but did so on only 2.6 million shares.

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Monday, June 18, 2001

Midday Market Update - 1:30 pm ET
I hate it when my computer crashes
A review of some computer stocks shows they may be getting ready to crash.

Morning Market Update - 11:30 am ET
Retail Rallying
The retail sector is today's sector of the day, and the rally came just in time.

  Sunday  17
  June

Commentary | By: Craig Seidler
Expirations and Exasperations
Three witches rode into Wall Street on Friday, propelled by an evil wind out of the North.

Play of the Day
WM - Play for Monday
Washington Mutual, more affectionately known as "WAMU", has its hands in many aspects of the mortgage and banking businesses. For this reason, it is more able to take advantage of a lower interest rate environment

New Candidates
Retailers ruled the roost this week, so we are adding a few to our candidates list.

Expected Splits
We expect a brokerage company and a utility to take the plunge and announce 2:1 splits this coming week.

New Plays
Since our mortgage insurance play is currently doing so well, we decided that it couldn't hurt to pick up a mortgage dealer.

Play Updates
LOW, BJ, EPIQ, ESI, MTG, BEBE, WMI

Drops
None

Coming Economic Events
Week of June 18, 2001
Corporate pre-announcements will undoubtedly garner the Fed's attention next week as it prepares for the June 26/27 meeting. Other guiding forces will be the Housing Starts report, Jobless Claims, and the Treasury Budget report.

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Sunday, June 17, 2001

Sector Watch
Sector Watch for June 17, 2001
4 support alerts were hit by the decline on Friday.

  Friday  15
  June

Announcements
Friday, June 15, 2001, 9:52 am ET
National Fuel anticipates a great year; declares stock split and increases cash dividend
After the close on Thursday, Nation Fuel Gas Company (NSYE:NFG) announced its Board of Directors' approval of a 2-for-1 stock split on the company's common stock and a 5.2 percent increase in the quarterly cash dividend.

Midday Market Update - 1:30 pm ET
Profiling a put play in QLogic
Here's a stock that perhaps goes hand-in-hand with my 09:00 EST update from this morning and will better help traders how to set up a potential bearish trade for their account.

Morning Market Update - 11:30 am ET
Asset allocation?
The recovery we're starting to see may have been triggered by an asset allocation buy program that we were first alerted to when the 30-year YIELD turned green.

  Thursday  14
  June

Commentary | Bruce Feldman
Thursday Thumping
Tech company earnings warnings, EU commission warnings on the GE-Honeywell deal, ECB growth warnings, warnings from Charles Schwab (NYSE:SCH -1.32), even tropical storm warnings on the Gulf Coast that caused energy concerns.

Sector Watch
Sector Watch for June 14, 2001
3 support alerts were triggered today, and more could be on the way after JDS Uniphase issued a profit warning after the bell Thursday.

Play of the Day
EPIQ - Play for Friday
With the economy (supposedly) circling the drain and more companies going out of business, EPIQ has been in the catbird seat.

New Plays
With more and more companies going belly up, it's no wonder that our new play is making new highs.

Play Updates
LOW, BJ, ESI, MTG, BEBE, WMI

Drops
CEFT, HRB

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Thursday, June 14, 2001

Midday Market Update - 1:30 pm ET
Software Support
Like every other index, the Software Index (GSO.X) is sitting right at a key support level.

Morning Market Update - 11:30 am ET
Say Goodbye to the 50-Day Moving Average
Yesterday stocks closed near the 50-day moving averages; today it looks like they are going to close below.

  Wednesday  13
  June

Commentary | By: Craig Seidler
Investors Forego Tech For Food
Cell phones, routers and semiconductors took a backseat on Wednesday to Nabisco cookies, Post cereal and Philly cream cheese, as the long awaited Kraft Foods IPO hit the street.

Ask The Trader | By: Craig Seidler
Jaded Juniper
Juniper has fallen victim to a drop off in demand for telecomm equipment.

Play of the Day
WMI - Play for Thursday
Waste Management stayed out of the garbage heap on Wednesday, despite selling pressure from the broader market.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2001

Announcements
Wednesday, June 13, 2001, 11:40 AM ET
The Wet Seal sees a possible stock split on the horizon
California-based The Wet Seal Inc. (Nasdaq:WTSLA) filed a preliminary proxy with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday for a special shareholders meeting to increase the Company's authorized common shares for the specific purpose of implementing a 3-for-2 stock split.

Midday Market Update - 1:30 pm ET
Aftermarket Technology Point and Figure Chart
For those of you who missed Jeff Bailey's online seminar on point and figure charting last night, here is a brief explanation of the topic.

Morning Market Update - 11:30 am ET
Even in weakness there is strength
Yesterday's trading did see a net loss of stocks on buy signals as it relates to point and figure charts in the NASDAQ-100 as supply once again is back in control.

   
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