Sunday, March 14, 2010

Seven Critical Stocks For Monday

A wet and windy weekend on the isle of Nantucket. Time to get back to work.

We have the Long Term Purchases reading as well as several T Bill Auctions to observe on Monday. Several earnings announcement will wrap up the session. Friday witnessed stocks flowing gently between positive and negative readings through out the day. Opposing currents of a decline in Consumer Confidence and an increase in Retail Sales resulted in a bull bear stalemate. Finally, the session ended mixed with the DJIA up 12.85, the tech heavy Nasdaq given back .80 and the broad based S&P 500 easing lower by .25.

Here are 7 stocks you need to know for Monday

37 cents is the expected figure for AAON Inc AAON prior to the open

Internet retailer, OSTK, has forecasters awaiting an EPS of 45 cents before the bell

Banking kingpin, UBS AG UBS, expects to see an EPS of 25 cents before trading starts

Pfizer Inc PFE disappointed investors when its new cancer drug failed function as expected

Positive retail sales lifted shares of luxury retailer, Tiffany’s TIF

Potash Corp POT raised its first quarter earnings forecast

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