NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- As earnings season gathers momentum, today I handicap six more stocks that I view as "important to track." Two report results after the close on Wednesday and four pre-market on Thursday, and three are Dow components.Before I drill down into the guts of these profiles let's update the profiles for the four "too big to fail" money center banks. On Thursday I wrote, Earnings From 'Too Big to Fail' Banks Key Rallyand on Friday JP Morgan Chase ( JPM) and Wells Fargo ( WFC)beat EPS estimates but not on revenue. These hold rated money center banks moved sideways to down since then.
On Monday pre-market Citigroup ( C) beat EPS estimates and on the revenue line. Citi remains buy rated stock traded up to $46.29 Monday morning, but remains below its March 11 high at $47.92. At the beginning of the year the PHLX KBW Banking Index ( BKX) included four banks rated strong buy and another 14 rated buy. Today the only buy rated member of that index is Citigroup. Hold rated Bank of America ( BAC) reports pre-market on Wednesday.