NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Today I review the price action for the stocks I profiled pre-earnings, those who reported their results between Jan. 24 and Tuesday. The winners have been outrunning the losers despite overvalued fundamentals and as weekly charts for the major averages become overbought.I profiled the first six stocks covered today on Jan. 22 in
Union Pacific ( UNP) ($134.76) beat EPS estimates by three cent at $2.19 per share. UNP set a new multi-year high at $136.19 on Jan. 23. The stock still has a strong buy rating with my monthly value level at $129.94 with a weekly pivot at $135.29 and semiannual risky level at $143.14. JB Hunt Transport ( JBHT) ($68.09) reported in-line EPS at 70 cents per share with better than expected revenue. JBHT set a new multi-year high at $68.58 on Thursday. The stock continues to have buy rating with my weekly value level at $63.65 and semiannual pivot at $64.28. Cirrus Logic ( CRUS) ($28.43) beat EPS estimates by 21 cents a share earning $1.55 per share. CRUS set an all-time high at $45.49 on Sept. 7 then fell to $25.31 on Dec. 14 and remains below its 200-day simple moving average at $31.90. The stock still has a hold rating with my weekly value level at $25.85 and quarterly risky level at $32.35. AT&T ( T) ($34.68) missed EPS estimates by three cents earning 44 cents per share. AT&T is still is below but approaching its 200-day SMA at $34.99. The stock still has a hold rating with my semiannual value level at $31.76, a weekly pivot at $33.81 and quarterly risky level at $35.68. Microsoft ( MSFT) ($28.01) beat EPS estimates by six cents earning 81 cents per share. MSFT remains below its 200-day SMA at $29.39. The stock still has a buy rating with my monthly value level at $25.41, quarterly and annual pivots at $27.26 and $27.92, and my annual risky level at $28.57.
Caterpillar ( CAT) ($98.60) beat EPS estimates after adjustments. CAT is well below its February 2012 high set at $116.95 and is well above its July 2012 low set at $78.25. The stock still has a buy rating with a quarterly value level at $92.77, annual pivots at $96.43 and $97.63, a weekly risky level at $99.11 and semiannual risky level at $111.99. DHI) ($23.82) beat EPS estimates by six cents earning 20 cents per share. The stock has been downgraded to hold from buy this morning after setting a new multi-year high at $24.03 in reaction to its earnings report. My semiannual value level is $20.50 and monthly pivot at $21.92 and no risky levels. Ryland Group ( RYL) ($41.31) beat EPS estimates by six cents after the close on Tuesday earning 56 cents per share. RYL has a hold rating and was trading around $42.75 in after-hours trading. My monthly value level is $37.26 with a weekly pivot at $41.07 and no risky levels. Pfizer ( PFE) ($27.70) beat EPS estimates by three cents earning 47 cents per share. PFE still has a buy rating and set a new multi-year high at $27.84 on Tuesday in reaction to its earnings report. My monthly value level is $25.47 with weekly and quarterly pivots at $26.92 and $27.13 and no risky levels. At the time of publication the author held no positions in any of the stocks mentioned. Follow @Suttmeier This article is commentary by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.