Yields are on the rise, gold is slipping, oil continues higher and the U.S. dollar consolidates gains.
If the major stock market averages close below these key weekly levels, the outlook will turn negative.
The revised first-quarter GDP number highlights the value of gold stocks in a diversified portfolio.
Both companies are scheduled to report this week.
Shares of Apple popped to a new high after the close on Monday, but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite had technical key reversals at the close.
If Apple shares rally on earnings, that will push Nasdaq to an all-time high.
If the five major averages hold onto gains on Friday all weekly chart profiles will be positive.
Here are charts for two ETFs, one that tracks the Nasdaq and the other, Nikkei 225.
Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Twitter are scheduled to report their quarterly results before the end of the month.
Technical charts suggest some good exit and entry points.