Hot Stocks To Watch 3/28/2018


Wednesday March 28, 2018

Economic Calendar & Watch List


Morning Notes

US Futures are flat and European shares are marginally lower in early trading. Weakness in the technology sector is weighing on global markets. In addition, a drop in crude prices is pulling down energy stocks after data showed a rise in stockpiles increasing concern over a global supply glut. Asian stocks followed the US markets and closed lower on the session.



The SPY displayed weakness again in yesterday’s session, encountering resistance at the ascending resistance line and dropping down to find support near the 200SMA. Support will first lie the 200SMA at $258.43,followed by the low of Friday’s range at $257.83, and the low of the February sell down at $252.92. Resistance will lie at the 100SMA at $268.94, then the 20EMA at $269.37, followed by the critical pivot at $270, then pivots at $273, $275.5, $280, $284.10, and all time highs at $286.63.


Small Cap Watch List

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**Others On Watch**


Economic Calendar

 8:30  GDP, expected 2.7%

 8:30  International Trade In Goods

10:30  EIA Petroleum Status Report

11:30  Fed Pres. Bostic Speaks


Notable Earnings Before Open

Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) – EPS Est. $1.55

Unifirst Corporation (UNF) – EPS Est. $1.07


Notable Earnings After Close

Gamestop (GME) – EPS Est. $1.296

PVH Corp. (PVH) – EPS Est. $1.48


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