NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- On Monday and Tuesday, I provided my buy-and-trade profiles for 19 companies in two posts.
On Tuesday, I wrote,
Intel, Yahoo and Citigroup Headline Tuesday's Earnings
, which included eight companies. Five beat earnings-per-share estimates, two missed and one matched.
On Wednesday, I wrote,
Bank of America, eBay and IBM Headine Wednesday's Earnings
, which included 11 companies, but one delayed its report. Of the 10 that reported, eight beat EPS estimates, one missed and one matched.
Here's today's earnings scorecard:
(AXP - Get Report)
($80.23) beat EPS estimates by 3 cents with earnings of $1.25 a share. The hold-rated credit-card giant gapped higher trading to a multiyear high at $80.40 on Thursday. My weekly value level is $74.28, with a semiannual pivot at $78.27 and quarterly risky level at $81.05.
Bank of America
(BAC - Get Report)
($14.66) beat EPS estimates by 10 cents, earning 28 cents a share. Helping earnings was a decline of $915 million in reserves for losses. Investors awarded the company even though it reported a quarterly decline of 11% in its mortgage-originations business to $22.6 billion The stock opened on Wednesday above its 50-day simple moving average at $14.29 and advanced to a high at $14.66 yesterday. This hold-rated "too big to fail" money-center bank has a weekly value level at $14.09 and a monthly risky level at $15.03.
(C - Get Report)
($51.12) missed EPS estimates by 4 cents, earning $1 a share. Citigroup reduced reserves for losses by $675 million. This hold-rated "too big to fail" money-center bank reported a 26% decline in fixed-income revenue. The stock traded down to $48.76 on Tuesday, and then moved above its 50-day SMA at $49.78 on Wednesday, trading to a high of $51.22 yesterday. My semiannual value level is $47.14, with a weekly pivot at $48.66 and quarterly risky level at $52.56.
(CBSH - Get Report)
($45.89) beat EPS estimates by 3 cents, earning 75 cents a share. The stock held its 50-day SMA at $44.06 and rebounded to $45.99 on Thursday. The hold-rated community bank has a weekly value level at $42.83, with a quarterly pivot at $46.12 and semiannual risky level at $47.20.