NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Today's buy-and-trade earnings previews focus on 11 companies in seven sectors from A to Z with AOL (AOL) who reports premarket on Tuesday to Zillow (Z - Get Report) which reports in afterhours trading on Tuesday along with Tesla Motors (TSLA).
The seven sectors include three stocks from the computer and technology sector, three from the oils-energy sector and one each in these sectors; auto-tires-trucks, basic materials, consumer discretionary, retail-wholesale and transportation.
The ValuEngine valuation warning continues with 77.1% of all stocks being overvalued, 45.5% by 20% or more, and with 15 of 16 sectors overvalued by double-digit percentages, 11 by 20% to 27.3%.
The auto-tire-trucks sector is 25.7% overvalued with an underweight rating. Of the 96 stocks 41.7% in this sector have sell or strong sell ratings.
The basic materials sector is 3.6% undervalued with an underweight rating. Of the 395 stocks 59.5% in this sector have sell or strong sell ratings.
The computer and technology sector is 24.6% overvalued with an overweight rating. Of the 1149 stocks 50.5% in this sector have buy or strong buy ratings.
The consumer discretionary sector is 25.7% overvalued with an equal-weight rating. Of the 400 stocks 83.3% in this sector have hold ratings.
The oils-energy sector is 10.1% overvalued with an underweight rating. Of the 552 stocks 31.7% in this sector have sell or strong sell ratings.
The retail-wholesale sector is 27.3% overvalued with an overweight rating. Of the 347 stocks 80.7% in this sector have buy or strong buy ratings.
The transportation sector is 26.1% overvalued with an 'avoid-source of funds' rating. Of the 176 stocks 91.9% in this sector have sell or strong sell ratings.
Four of the 11 stocks in today's table have buy ratings. Six have hold ratings and one has a sell rating. Only one stock is undervalued by 9.8%, while seven are overvalued by 20% to 61.6%. One is down 11.9% over the last 12 months, while one has a gain of 476.5%. Two stocks are below their 200-day simple moving averages and nine are well above, which reflects the risk of reversion to the mean.