Reporting Pre-market on Thursday:
Lululemon (LULU) ($64.08) -- On Tuesday, we learned that the athletic apparel maker deemed their popular black yoga pants too revealing and yanked the workout wear from store shelves. I did not see a downward revision for the company's expected quarterly earnings of 74 cents a share. The stock has a buy rating, but has been moving sideways to down since setting an all time high at $81.09 back on May 3, 2012. The August 2, 2012, low is $52.20 with the 200-day SMA is $67.77. My weekly pivot is $69.87 with a semiannual risky level at $71.17
Ross Stores (ROST) ($55.46) -- The discount retailer is expected to earn $1.07 per share for its Q4 2012 results. The stock has a buy rating, but its one of the discount retailers I profiled last week that set its all time high at $70.82 back on August 20, 2012. The stock tried to test its 200-day SMA at $61.74 on Feb. 7, but rejected that attempt. My annual value level is $51.52 with an annual pivot at $54.55 and monthly risky level at $59.32.
TIBCO Software (TIBX) ($23.38) reports after the close on Thursday. The software company is expected to earn 11 cents a share for its quarter ending Feb. 2013. The stock has a hold rating and is well below its 200-day SMA at $25.80. It's worth noting that the weekly chart profile stays positive given a close this week above the five-week MMA at $23.10, and that the 200-week SMA is a major support at $20.26, which held in early-December. My monthly value level is $20.48 with a weekly pivot at $34.36 and semiannual risky level at $27.59.Reporting pre-market on Friday is KB Home (KBH) ($21.03). This sell-rated homebuilder is expected to report a lose 23 cents a share for its latest quarter. On March 19, I categorized this stock as a source of funds. KBH set a new multi-year high at $21.45 on March 19. My semiannual value level is $10.77 with a monthly pivot at $20.69 and weekly risky level at $21.69. At the time of publication the author had no position in any of the stocks mentioned. Follow @suttmeier This article was written by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.