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Earnings Whispers' primary trading strategy is to trade ahead of an earnings announcement or after the news and to do so in the direction of the overall market or the stock's sector. We establish our weekly game plan with our Whisper Report using a combination of top-down and bottom-up analysis. Below is our list of past Whisper Reports.

Sell the Rips/Buy the Dips
Monday, August 15, 2011

We still see fundamentals supporting this market, but for now we should sell the rips and buy the dips.

        Featuring: DELL, HPQ, ARO, FL
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Strength Should be Sold
Monday, August 08, 2011

The selling on a break below support was swift and deep to the point that a bounce is expected from here, but strength from here should most likely be sold.

        Featuring: CSCO, DIS, AAP, EAT
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No Breakdown Yet
Monday, August 01, 2011

The key fundamental data is improving and we've yet to see a technical breakdown despite the selling.

        Featuring: M, AGU, IPI, CBC, MGA
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Q's Lead
Monday, July 25, 2011

The Q's foretell a break to the upside for the broader market, which has technical upside room to near 1,450 for the S&P 500 while the Philly Fed data supports the view that the recent weakness was Japan-related, behind us, and priced in.

        Featuring: POT, UPS, AMZN, EMN, MGA
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Signs of Improvement
Monday, July 18, 2011

Slowing growth, but positive signs of improvement against bearish sentiment.

        Featuring: AAPL, ALTR, FWRD, SWKS, MGA
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Rare Technical Move
Monday, July 11, 2011

The recent upward move showed some rare technicals, but in the end, a pullback to near 1,300 in the S&P 500 is expected, while sentiment still seems too bearish for anything much bigger.

        Featuring: GOOG, YUM, JPM, SWKS, MGA
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The Trend is Still Higher
Monday, June 27, 2011

The chart isn’t broken while M3 money supply data suggest Treasuries should sell off.

        Featuring: APOL, STZ, DRI, SWKS, MGA
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The Japan Test
Monday, June 20, 2011

The view that the weak macro data is primarily Japan related should be put to test both technically and fundamentally this week.

        Featuring: FINL, ORCL, RHT, FDX, MGA
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Crowded Trade?
Monday, June 13, 2011

Still can't be too bearish in the short and intermediateterm against the sentiment and market positioning.

        Featuring: RIMM, BBY, ATU, FDX, MGA
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Technical Damage
Monday, June 06, 2011

A bounce is still likely and we continue to believe the bad news is priced in, but technical damage has been done.

        Featuring: PLL, LULU, MW, FDX, MGA
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One Thing Missing
Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Positive seasonality, bullish sentiment data, a technical break out... but just one thing missing to show that the disappointing data is priced in.

        Featuring: JOSB, JOYG, DMND, FDX, MGA
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Disappointing Fundamentals
Monday, May 23, 2011

As the fundamental data disappoint, the technicals begin to strengthen

        Featuring: AMAT, SIG, OVTI, FDX, MGA
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Bearish Sentiment
Monday, May 16, 2011

Last week's hold above support against bearish sentiment increases the upward bias on the market - even if support is broken.

        Featuring: HPQ, DE, HD, FDX, MGA
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Negative Data Piling Up
Monday, May 09, 2011

We are still respecting the technical, but the negative data is piling up.

        Featuring: CSCO, JWN, DIS, FDX, MGA
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A Pullback to the Neckline
Monday, May 02, 2011

A pullback should be expected, and strength in Treasuries is a concern, but there still appears to be buying pressure and technical upside to 1,415 for the S&P 500.

        Featuring: CBS, CMCSA, CLX, TSO, SUN
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Relying on Charts
Monday, April 25, 2011

Mixed macro data, so relying solely on the charts for now.

        Featuring: AKS, X, EBAY, MLNX, SUN
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Potential Inverse Head & Shoulders
Monday, April 18, 2011

Last week’s selling came a tad early for our liking and a bounce early in earnings season appears reasonable – setting up for a potential inverse head and shoulders, but we still expect lower prices through the end of earnings season.

        Featuring: INTC, AAPL, JNJ, CSX, SUN
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Crowded Trade
Monday, April 11, 2011

The bullish trade has become crowded and lofty expectations suggest a sell-on-the-news trade this earnings season.

        Featuring: JPM, BAC, INFY, JBHT, SUN
        View: Summary, Full Report

Near Resistance
Monday, April 04, 2011

We continue to have an upward bias on the market even though our recent target has been hit.

        Featuring: BBBY, , RT, JBHT, SUN
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The MACD Crosses
Monday, March 28, 2011

Most likely a down week before another push higher into earnings season, but most companies with positive trends reporting in the next few weeks are getting MACD crosses.

        Featuring: MOS, KMX, PVH, JBHT, SUN
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Still Buying Ahead
Monday, March 21, 2011

The story has changed, but fundamentals continue to support strength going into earnings season.

        Featuring: DFS, RIMM, ADBE, ORCL, SUN
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Downside Move for a Buying Opportunity
Monday, March 14, 2011

The S&P 500 broke a tight consolidation range for a downside move that should be a buying opportunity.

        Featuring: FDX, NKE, BWS, ORCL, SUN
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Another Selloff Preferred
Monday, March 07, 2011

Another selloff would be preferred, but estimates should begin moving higher and that supports our view that a new 52-week high will be set for the S&P 500 over the next six weeks.

        Featuring: ZUMZ, HIBB, NSM, ORCL, SUN
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No Oil Shock Yet
Monday, February 28, 2011

Still seasonal upward pressure on oil and still room to move higher before it is likely to hurt the economy, thus new highs are still expected by next earnings season.

        Featuring: JOYG, FL, UNFI, ORCL, SUN
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Off-season Pullback
Tuesday, February 22, 2011

A pullback should be a buying opportunity - ideally with a beginning of the month bounce next week and another selloff that holds above 1,280 for the S&P 500.

        Featuring: LOW, DECK, PCLN, ORCL, SUN
        View: Summary, Full Report

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