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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Tuesday we provide post-earnings profiles for the eight companies we covered in two posts last week. We include two Crunch the Numbers tables designed to help investors navigate stock-specific share-price volatility.

Our first table covers each stock's technicals including five important moving averages and updated readings on the 12x3x3 weekly slow stochastic for each stock.

The second table shows earnings and value levels at which to buy on weakness and risky levels at which to sell on strength.

We crunched the numbers to help you decide if and when to invest. See today's tables following these profiles.

Alcoa (AA) ($12.86, up 1.8% since April 4): Reported earnings after the closing bell on April 8 and beat analysts' earnings per share estimates by 4 cents, earning 9 cents a share. The stock traded as high as $13.16 on April 9, staying below its multiyear intraday high at $13.18 set on April 1.

The weekly chart remains positive but overbought with its five-week modified moving average at $12.22. Semiannual and quarterly value levels are $12.33 and $9.34, with weekly and monthly risky levels at $13.00 and $13.01.

Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) ($64.40, down 7% since April 4): Reported earnings after the closing bell on April 9 and matched analysts' EPS estimates, earning $1.60 a share. The stock plunged below its 50-day SMA at $66.92, trading as low as $63.10 on April 11, still above the 2014 low $62.12 set on Feb. 3.

The weekly chart has been downgraded to neutral from positive with its five-week MMA at $66.83. An annual value level is $51.50 with an annual pivot at $64.99 and weekly and monthly risky levels at $68.02 and $69.31.

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