NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Today we provide post-earnings profiles for 10 of the companies we profiled pre-earnings since mid-April. These companies have traded down by more than double-digit percentages to their reaction lows following their earnings reports.
We crunch the numbers to help you decide whether or not to buy weakness to value levels or to sell strength to risky levels.
The first table on page 2 shows the price changes from the day we profiled the stock pre-earnings vs. the May 1 closes, with the five key moving averages and weekly slow stochastics.
The second table shows the percent decline from the day we profiled the stock pre-earnings to its post-earnings intraday low, the earnings scorecard and our value levels, pivots and risky levels.
Amazon (AMZN) ($307.89, down 5.1% since April 23) hit its post-earnings low at $288.00 on April 28, down 11.3%. The stock traded as high as $354.01 in after-hours trading on April 24, giving investors the opportunity to sell strength to our semiannual risky level at $351.24. The weekly chart remains negative but oversold, with the five-week modified moving average at $328.68. Our annual value level is $259.67, with an annual pivot at $334.95, and semiannual and monthly risky levels at $351.24 and $415.57. Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) ($500.15, down 7.5% since April 15) hit its post-earnings low at $472.41 on April 28, down 12.6%. The weekly chart is negative, with its five-week MMA at $533.37. A quarterly value level is $422.63, with a semiannual pivot at $510.69, and semiannual and monthly risky levels at $601.33 and $635.08. Cree (CREE) ($46.52, down 19.2% since April 21) hit its post-earnings low at $45.10 on April 28, down 21.6%. The weekly chart remains negative but oversold, with its five-week MMA at $53.84. Semiannual and annual value levels are $39.20 and $32.52, with annual and monthly risky levels at $55.64 and $58.29. 3D Systems (DDD) ($49.64, unchanged since April 25) hit its post-earnings low at $43.35 on April 29, down 12.7%. The weekly chart remains negative but oversold, with its five-week MMA at $55.63. Our annual value level is $33.80, with an annual pivot at $52.19, and semiannual risky levels at $57.37 and $77.78. Facebook (FB) ($61.15, down 3% since April 22) hit its post-earnings low at $54.66 on April 28, down 13.3%. The weekly chart stays negative given a close today below its five-week MMA at $60.70. This week's value level at $55.74 held at the low, and our monthly risky level is $72.69. Intuitive Surgical (ISRG) ($359.13, down 12.6% since April 21) hit its post-earnings low at $353.38 on April 29, down 14%. The weekly chart remains negative, with its five-week MMA at $409.76 and its 200-week SMA at $422.78. A quarterly pivot is $385.68, with monthly and annual risky levels at $396.27 and $511.3.
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