- Dell (DELL:$14.32,00$-0.66,00-4.41%) fell despite mostly positive earnings out in Thursday's extended-hours period. Dell reported Q1 non-GAAP EPS of $0.30 vs $0.25 a year earlier and topping the Thomson Reuters mean analyst estimate for $0.27. Revenue of $14.9 billion is up 21% from the year-ago quarter. The Street expected $14.2 billion.
- The stock may open between 13.80 to 14. Its mixed performance may allow for both a long and short play on the issue.
- For longs, the 13.60 to 13.80 evening floor may prove attractive.
- On the short side, any move from 13.90 to 14 may be worth a look for a push back to the 13.60 area.
- An open around 5.30 to 5.40 is possible.
- For longs, a push below 5.30 could set up for a potential modest rebound back to the 5.50 area.
- On the short side, the evening congestion ranging between 5.40 and 5.50 might prove a trigger point for a fresh move lower.
- Price: 5.42, Change: -0.45, Percent Change: -7.7
- This should have a small pop early in day, then be flat, I will try to s/s some at HOD as people get tired it goes no where they will dump their shares.
- 17.02-18.49 after hours range, last was 17.90.
- Ended ah's closer to the top, this could pop or reverse trend, revenue up so possible long.
- 13.00 - 14.18, last was 14.18 and it was 177,000 shares
- Someone bet this stock would make gains tomorrow, we will see, be looking to scalp pops.
Shares dropped 10% to $21.11 in after-hours trading as the restaurant-chain operator's revenue fell short of Wall Street's expectations though the earnings topped analysts' estimate.
- This could be red/green play.
- Perfect set up for a short here, just have to time it right, should decline all day.
- They been getting murdered, they got some good stuff going on, looking to long off low.
- This one has gotten hammered over the last day or so down 90% in all I think, 50% today, but the pumps are back and this news may push it very high tomorrow.
- Keep an eye on this one, but this co is so valuable already this small bit of very good news may play no key role.
- Foot Locker Inc. (FL:$13.44,00$-0.22,00-1.61%) reported its first-quarter net income rose to $54 million, or 34 cents a share, from $31 million, or 20 cents, a year ago. Analysts polled by FactSet Research had expected the New York-based sports footwear company to report earnings of 27 cents a share on $1.26 billion in revenue.
- San Francisco-based Salesforce.com (CRM:$79.03,00$-2.57,00-3.15%) said its first-quarter net income fell to $17.7 million, or 13 cents a share, from $18.4 million, or 15 cents a share, in the same period last year. Revenue for the period ended in April rose 24% to $376.8 million. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters had expected Salesforce.com to report earnings of 30 cents a share, and $367.9 million in revenue.
- Gap Inc. (GPS:$21.74,00$-0.60,00-2.69%) the largest U.S. clothing chain said its first-quarter profit rose to $302 million, or 45 cents a share, from 215 million or 31 cents a share a year earlier. Analysts, on average, estimated the retailer would earn 42 cents a share on sales of $3.33 billion, according to FactSet.
- AnnTaylor Stores (ANN:$20.23,00$-0.22,00-1.08%) is forecast to post earnings of 35 cents a share in the first quarter, according to analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.
- I really been loving these nowadays, UCO especially, oil is so cheap.
MRVL: 17.02 to 18.50
NDSN: 62.83 to 66
FL: 13.44 to 14.25
ARO: 27.20 to 27.85
V: 72.58 to 74.21
KNX: 20.21 to 20.48
RRGB: 21.60 to 24.19
DELL: 13.37 to 14.97
BRCM: 31.45 to 32.57
INTU: 33.33 to 34.34
ZUMZ: 16.33 to 16.83
GPS: 21.25 to 22.02
PSUN: 4.30 to 4.65
CRM: 72 to 79.99
After-Hours News Movers, courtesy of Midnight Trader
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