Three Earnings Reports to Watch

Bulls are trying to fight their way back into the game through lunchtime. Ironically, I've seen scant few people mention buying the dip today when this looks like the dip that was worth buying. Then again, hindsight is easy. There is nothing wrong with simply watching today after a day like yesterday, but don't make excuses for missing the move lower earlier today or the bounce. If you wanted to wait for more information, then make sure you wait for it and don't have a bull or bear wagging a good trade in your face as a reason to jump in.

We are still in the heart of earnings season, so nothing like a Friday to get a look at a few interesting names next week. Three momentum-trading favorites for next week are Zillow (Z), First Solar (FSLR) and Solar City (SCTY). It should be no surprise that the expected moves for all three of these names is in the 10% to 11% range, give or take a fraction of a percent in either direction....365 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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