NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- As earnings season gathers momentum, today I handicap six more stocks that I view as "important to track." Two report results after the close on Wednesday and four pre-market on Thursday, and three are Dow components.
Before I drill down into the guts of these profiles let's update the profiles for the four "too big to fail" money center banks. On Thursday I wrote,
Earnings From 'Too Big to Fail' Banks Key Rallyand on Friday
JP Morgan Chase
(WFC) beat EPS estimates but not on revenue. These hold rated money center banks moved sideways to down since then.
On Monday pre-market
(C) beat EPS estimates and on the revenue line. Citi remains buy rated stock traded up to $46.29 Monday morning, but remains below its March 11 high at $47.92. At the beginning of the year the
PHLX KBW Banking Index
(BKX) included four banks rated strong buy and another 14 rated buy. Today the only buy rated member of that index is Citigroup. Hold rated
Bank of America
(BAC) reports pre-market on Wednesday.