Reporting after the close on Wednesday Qualcomm ( QCOM) ($63.67) is expected to earn $1.00 per share. QCOM has a buy rating and is trading between its March 27, 2012 high at $ 68.87 and its July 17, 2012 low at $53.09. The daily chart is negative with a positive weekly chart and the five-week MMA at $63.08. My monthly value level is $56.74 with a weekly pivot at $62.94 and annual risky level at $64.58.

Reporting before the open on Thursday Under Armour ( UA) ($47.91) is expected to earn 46 cents per share. UA has a hold rating and set a multiyear high at $60.96 on Sept. 14. The daily chart is positive with an oversold weekly chart, and the five-week MMA at $48.96. The stock has a hold rating with my weekly value level at $45.30 and monthly risky level at $54.86.

Reporting before the open on Thursday United Parcel Services ( UPS) ($82.45) is expected to earn $1.38 per share. UPS has a buy rating and set a multiyear high at $82.76 on Friday, Jan. 25. The daily chart is extremely overbought with a positive weekly chart and the five-week MMA at $77.07. My semiannual value level is $80.21 with a weekly pivot at $80.96 and no risky levels.

Reporting before the open on Friday Chevron ( CVX) ($116.04) is expected to earn $3.03 per share. CVX set its multiyear high at $118.53 on Sept. 21. The daily chart is extremely overbought with a positive weekly chart and the five-week MMA at $111.47. The stock has a buy rating with my semiannual value level at $111.22 with a weekly pivot at $116.72 and quarterly risky level at $120.94.

Reporting before the open on Friday Merck ( MRK) ($42.93) - is expected to earn $0.81 per share. MRK has a buy rating and set its multiyear high at $48.00 on Oct. 18. The daily chart is positive with a positive weekly chart and the five-week MMA at $43.09. My weekly value level is $41.35 with a semiannual pivot at $43.41 and monthly risky level at $45.97.

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