Big Lots ( BIG) ($34.79) beat EPS estimates by 6 cents earning 31 cents on Aug. 30 and traded to a reaction high at $35.81 on Sept. 3. The 200-day and 50-day SMAs are $33.43 and $34.63 with my quarterly risky level at $36.35.

Costco ( COST) ($111.50) fell below its 50-day SMA at $114.53 on Aug. 15 with the 200-day SMA at $106.96. My semiannual value level is $103.24 with a quarterly pivot at $113.74 and monthly risky level at $118.94.

Dollar General ($56.39) held its 50-day SMA at $53.78 on Tuesday then traded as high as $57.42 on the better than expected EPS. The 200-day SMA is $49.84 with a semiannual pivot at $56.97 and monthly risky level at $58.37.

Dollar Tree ( DLTR) ($54.17) missed EPS estimates by a penny earning 56 cents a share on Aug. 22. The stock traded to a reaction high at $54.92 then faded to its 50-day SMA at $52.88. My annual value level is $25.32 with a semiannual pivot at $52.56 and monthly risky level at $57.02.

Family Dollar ( FDO) ($70.29) beat EPS estimates by 2 cents earning $1.05 back on July 10. The stock set a multi-year high at $74.44 on Aug. 14 then faded to its 50-day SMA at $68.64. My monthly value level is $63.09 with a quarterly pivot at $70.03 and semiannual risky level at $73.03.

Ross Stores ( ROST) ($69.09) beat EPS estimates by 5 cents earning 98 cents a share on Aug. 22. The stock set a reaction high at $70.86 on Aug. 23. My annual value level is $54.55 with a weekly pivot at $68.56 and monthly risky level at $73.81.

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