Miles J. Stoner, @StockHollywood

Dallas, Texas


Preview June 24

Milestone Financial Investments L.L.C. - "Intra-Day Scalping at its Finest."
Upside Movement:
  1. Lightbridge (LTBR:$9.49,00$3.58,0060.58%) is sharply higher after the company says it had made a major technological breakthrough that has the potential to transform the nuclear power industry.
  2. Darden Restaurants Inc. (DRI:$41.90,00$-0.49,00-1.16%) said that its fiscal fourth-quarter profit fell  
  3. LDK Solar (LDK:$5.66,00$-0.04,00-0.70%) said it signed a contract to supply solar modules to Spain-based Gestamp Asetym Solar.
  4. American Apparel (APP:$1.7800,$0.0300,1.71%) receives a letter stating the NYSE Amex has accepted the company's previously submitted plan of compliance and, pursuant to such plan, has granted the company an extension until August 16, 2010.
  5. Spectrum Control Inc.'s (SPEC:$13.53,00$0.25,001.88%). Spectrum Control 2Q Profit Up 47%; 3Q View Tops Street.
  6. Kensey Nash (KNSY:$22.44,00$0.00,000.00%) inks a new two-year supply agreement with St. Jude Medical.
  7. Nike (NKE:$72.52) Nike 4Q Jumps 53% But Revenue Disappoints.
  8. Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (APOG:$11.72,00$-1.02,00-8.01%) announced it has declared a quarterly cash dividend.
  9. Internap Network Services Corporation (INAP:$4.67,00$-0.35,00-6.97%) , a global provider of end-to-end Internet business solutions, today announced that Carleton University, a 24,000-student research and teaching institution in Ottawa, Canada, has selected Internap's Content Delivery Network (CDN) to deliver online video courses to students worldwide.
  10. Old Second Bancorp Inc (OSBC:$3.18,00$-0.20,00-5.92%) crossed below its 52-week low of $3.36 on 9:59 AM ET on June 23, 2010.
  11. Zale Corporation (ZLC:$1.9500,$-0.1300,-6.25%) , Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meetings, Jul 23, 2010., at 10:07 Central Daylight.
Mixed Movement:
  1. DirecTV (DTV:$36.54,00$-0.02,00-0.05%) , the nation's second-largest pay-TV company, has warned the government that Comcast Corp. (CMCSA:$18.18,00$-0.06,00-0.33%) could use its merger with NBC Universal Co. to create an "online loophole" and stream exclusive NBC content to Internet subscribers.
  2. TNA:$43.33 - this small cap bull fund has been down for 3 days in a row now, I expect it to rise tomorrow. 
  3. Toyota Motor Corp (TM:$70.85,00$-0.42,00-0.59%) lost a key courtroom skirmish with product-liability lawyers on Wednesday over rules for safeguarding its trade secrets in litigation stemming from complaints about its cars racing out of control. Could be a key downside movement from this decision, but it is Toyota. 
  4. EBAY:$21.34, EBay Agrees To Acquire Leading Barcode-Scanning IPhone App.

Downside Movement: 
  1. Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY:$41.46,00$1.17,002.90%) declined in after-hours trade after beating Q1 expectations but also setting its Q2 EPS view below Street estimates.
  2. Paychex Inc. (PAYX:$27.42,00$-0.31,00-1.12%) said its fourth-quarter net income grew.
  3. Herman Miller Inc (MLHR:$19.36,00$-0.30,00-1.53%) posted quarterly results that missed Wall Street estimates.
  4. Dell Inc (DELL:$13.82,00$0.0175,0.13%) forecast a 14 to 19 percent jump in fiscal 2011 revenue as consumer and corporate spending returns, matching Wall Street's expectations, but investors are focusing on whether the world's No. 3 PC maker can sustain margins.
  5. Sypris Solutions Inc (SYPR:$4.48,00$0.29,006.92%) rose to $4.45 at 3:38 PM ET on June 14, 2010 in heavy volume of 105,386 shares.
  6. Kopin Corp. (KOPN:$3.54,00$0.20,005.99%) announced that it has received a $16 million follow-on production order of display modules for the U.S. Army's Thermal Weapon Sight program.
  7.  Motorola Inc's (MOT:$7.30,00$0.10,001.39%) Droid X, start-up Swype is setting its sights on helping consumers type more easily on billions of phones, including iPhones.
Banks' financial strength ratings are unlikely to return to their levels before the global financial crisis, despite progress in cleaning up balance sheets, Moody's Investors Service said on Wednesday.