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Weekly Earnings Scorecard: Nike Beats

Finish Line (FINL - Get Report) ($24.87) beat EPS estimates by 9 cents, reporting EPS of 54 cents before the market opened on Friday. The stock, which closed Thursday's session at $22.39, gapped to a new 2013 high at $25.10 on Monday. Finish Line maintains its buy rating with a weekly value level at $22.19. New quarterly and monthly pivots are at $23.18 and $24.24, respectively, and the semiannual risky levels are at $28.51 and $29.89.

Jabil Circuit (JBL) ($21.68) beat EPS estimates by a penny, reporting EPS of 48 cents after the bell on Wednesday. The stock closed at $24 on Wednesday, gapped lower on Thursday, and traded as low as $21.15 on Monday. The low was a test of my monthly value level at $21.37. Jabil maintains its buy rating with annual value levels at $14.28 and $12.96, respectively, and monthly, weekly and quarterly risky levels at $22.12, $22.35 and $23.40, respectively.



KB Home (KBH) ($18.02) beat EPS estimates by 9 cents by reporting EPS of 29 cents before the market opened last Tuesday. The stock traded mostly around its 50-day SMA at $17.13 and has stayed below its 200-day SMA at $19.20 since then. KB Home still has a strong-sell rating with a weekly value level at $16.23 and monthly, annual and quarterly risky levels at $19.73, $22.94 and $23.70, respectively.

CarMax (KMX) ($48.47) beat EPS estimates by 5 cents, reporting EPS of 62 cents before the market opened last Tuesday. The stock opened to a new multiyear high at $52.47 last Tuesday, then traded to a postearnings low of $48.31 on Monday, below its 50-day SMA at $49.25. The high was a test of my monthly risky level at $51.94. CarMax maintains its buy rating with the 200-day SMA at $44.13 and weekly and semiannual risky levels at $49.36, $50.77 and $50.94, respectively.

Lennar (LEN) ($35.40) beat EPS estimates by 8 cents, reporting 54 cents a share before the market opened last Tuesday. The stock has traded between its 50-day SMA at $33.84 and its 200-day SMA at $38.23 since then without testing either level. Lennar maintains a sell rating with weekly and monthly value levels at $33.03 and $32.49, respectively, and semiannual risky level at $40.29.

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