Old Dominion ( ODFL) ($47.21) beat EPS estimates by a penny earning 70 cents a share Thursday. The sell rated trucker set its multi-year high pre-earnings at $48.67 on Tuesday. The stock traded down to $45.15 on Thursday. My semiannual value level is $40.38 with weekly and quarterly risky levels at $49.64 and $52.66. Pulte Homes ( PHM) ($18.04) beat EPS estimates by 11 cents earning 45 cents a share Thursday. The sell rated homebuilder traded up to $18.07 on Friday staying below its 200-day SMA at $18.98. Semiannual and annual value levels at $14.85 and $14.00 with a weekly pivot at $18.08 and a quarterly risky level at $25.32. Raytheon ( RTN) ($79.96) beat EPS estimates by 18 cents earning $1.51 a share Thursday. The hold rated defense subcontractor traded up to $80.23 on Friday. My annual value level is $69.36 with a weekly pivot at $79.94 and quarterly risky level at $81.69. AT&T ( T) ($35.19) beat EPS estimates by a penny earning 66 cents a share Wednesday. The buy rated telecom utility traded down to $34.23 on Thursday then rebounded to $35.24 on Friday, still shy of its 200-day SMA at $35.54. My semiannual value level is $32.14 with a weekly pivot at $34.83 and semiannual risky level at $38.14. Under Armour ( UA) ($80.18) beat EPS estimates by 2 cents earning 68 cents a share Thursday. The stock gapped lower to a test of its 50-day SMA at $77.82 before rebounding on Friday. The hold rated maker of sports-branded apparel has a semiannual value level at $66.00 with a quarterly pivot at $78.86 and weekly risky level at $87.07. Wellpoint ( WLP) ($84.10) beat EPS estimates by 27 cents earning $2.10 a share Wednesday. The buy rated health benefits provider broke below its 50-day SMA at $86.28 to a low at $83.13 on Thursday. My semiannual value level is $81.89 with semiannual and weekly pivots at $83.77 and $86.66 and monthly risky level at $90.30. At the time of publication the author held no positions in any of the stocks mentioned.Follow @SuttmeierThis article is commentary by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.