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Email Version, Section 2, Thursday 05/24/2001
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Market Commentary - Stocks Show Resilience
Definition of the Day
Thursday's Split Announcements - FRED, CAKE, DAKT
Friday's Expirations
Stock Plays - New - Updates - Drops
Friday's Play-of-the-Day - SCH

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Market Commentary
=================

Stocks Show Resilience

The markets were hit this morning with a triple whammy of bad
news before investors even had time to finish their toast. News
on jobless claims, the Senator Jeffords party switch, and new
home sales threatened to throw the Dow and NASDAQ into a tailspin
early on, but investors yawned it all off as if to say, "hey,
we've been through a lot worse".

By close of business, the Dow, which had been all over the map,
was up 16.91 points, or 0.15 percent, at 11,122.42.  Losers
included International Paper (NYSE:IP -0.86), Alcoa (NYSE:AA -
1.07), Boeing (NYSE:BA -0.80), Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT -0.60),
Merck (NYSE:MRK -1.50), and DuPont (NYSE:DD -1.62).  Among the
gainers were Citigroup (NYSE:C +0.56), IBM (NYSE:IBM +2.20),
Philip Morris (NYSE:MO +0.64), Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS +0.19), and
General Motors (NYSE:GM +1.41).  The Nasdaq, ($COMPQ) gained
38.54, or 1.72 percent, to 2,282.01.  Investors came back in late
to scoop up tech stocks.  The S&P 500 was up 4.12, or 0.32
percent, at 1,293.

Both initial and continuing jobless claims rose last week beyond
economists' expectations.  Whether it was enough to ensure
another 50 point hacking by Chainsaw Alan & Co. at the Fed's June
picnic, however, went largely undecided.  Initial jobless claims
rose 15,000 to 407,000 from a revised 392,000 in the prior week.
This was 116,000 more than a year ago.  And in another sign that
hiring has slowed, continuing claims rose to 2,772,000 from
2,683,000 the previous week - the highest since June 11, 1994.
Worse, however, is the expectation, expressed in Congress
yesterday that the unemployment rate will continue to increase
during the next several months before it improves.
Interestingly, the markets shook off the news, ending with buyers
tripping over themselves to get in before the close.

When Vermont Senator Jeffords announced his intention to become
an independent, he threw the monkey wrench of uncertainty into
the Bush administration's legislative agenda, and therefore the
markets.  The markets sold off a bit yesterday on the news.
Nonetheless, today, Bush-sensitive stocks, such as oil, tobacco,
and managed care did not tank and, in general, withstood the
test.

The worst of the bad news of the day, however, was the
precipitous drop in new home sales, which was much worse than
expected, at 894,000, below the anticipated 975,000, and down 8.9
percent from last month.  Until now, the housing sector had been
surprisingly, and reassuringly, buoyant given the rising rate of
unemployment.  This steep April decline indicates that Joe
Consumer is finally feeling the heat from rising layoffs and
lowered job security.  Homebuilders were off sharply from early
session highs.  Nonetheless, there was some skepticism of the
data in the bond market, as traders noted that the numbers might
have been exaggerated due to a statistical artifact.

Bad news such as the above used to be taken in stride during the
long bull market of the nineties.  Remember those days?  Then, we
went though a long, hard, Valley Forge of a winter where
investors immediately started to get nervous at any bad news and
automatically believed the worst case possibilities.  Now, we
seem to be back to the old blasť mode, which is pretty
encouraging.

There was, however, controlled profit taking across technology
early today, before the late afternoon rebound when Internet and
software issues gained momentum.  Bank shares also did well
today, as did insurance and some retail shares after earlier
turmoil.  There was also some sector rotation into alternative
energy and biotech shares.  The latter group led the techs.

Semiconductor shares got hit again early today after Triquint
Semiconductor (NASDAQ:TQNT -4.22) and Sawtek (NASDAQ:SAWS -4.86)
released warnings, related to their recently announced merger and
the consequent analyst actions.  This was more an artifact of
these two companies than a panning of the sector.  Even though
this entire group was due for a pullback, the Philadelphia
Semiconductor Index came on strong during the last hour of
trading to finish at 658.77, for a loss of a mere 1.37 points, or
0.21 percent.

Losing ground in a more substantial way were drug, airline,
paper, chemical stocks after a downgrade, and oil services
shares.  The Oil Services Index ($OSX -2.28) has been retracing
during the past two sessions, although demand and prices have
been rising.  The index may soon move higher on the news of the
Pride merger and once the Bush administration energy policy is
implemented.  Memorial Day weekend demand just might jump start
this sector.

Healthcare shares also were fairly resistant today, after
coverage by Goldman Sachs.  Wellpoint (NASDAQ:WLP +3.79) is
making progress in getting some of its popular prescription drugs
available over the counter.  Others active in the sector were
Universal Health Systems (NYSE:UHS +3.27), Cardinal Healthcare
(NYSE:CAH +3.77), and Amerisource (NYSE:AAS +1.64).  The latter
two are nearing new highs.

Treasuries gained some strength early in Thursday's trading due
to the aforementioned rise in jobless claims which may encourage
the Fed to slash interest rates aggressively again in June.  Fed
Governor Laurence Meyer said in a speech that the U.S. economy
will "gradually" return to growth of around 3.5 percent to 4
percent a year.  Traders responded quickly by moving funds out of
Treasuries back into equities.  By the close, the Fed-sensitive
2-year note had lost 4/32 at 99 14/32, with a yield gain to 4.31
percent.  The 5-year note shed 12/32 at 98 6/32, for a yield gain
of 9 basis points to 5.04 percent.  The 10-year dropped 22/32 at
96 10/32 for a yield gain of 9 basis points to 5.49 percent.
Lastly, the 30-year long bond shed 26/32 at 93 7/32, an increase
of 6 basis points, for a yield of 5.86 percent.

Finally, there has been much recent discussion about the
truthfulness of the "pro forma" accounting practices used by many
tech companies burdened by high investor expectations.  I thought
analyst Charles Payne illustrated the practice best today by
comparing it to Tuesday's Sixers-Bucks game.  The Sixers eked out
an ugly 93-85 win, with a banged-up Allen Iverson scoring 34
points.  If there had been a corporate press release it would
have said that Iverson made 50 percent of his final shots.  And
then, in a minute footnote, there would have been the notation
that his first nine attempts had been air balls.

Chairman Al is speaking in Manhattan tonight at the Economic Club
of New York (unfortunately during the next Sixers-Bucks game!).
The Street will be looking for any sign he'll be dribbling away
the Fed's intentions at its June meeting, and also some kind of
certification that a bottom has in fact been achieved in the
economy.  This could give a boost to tomorrow's market activity.
Follow the bouncing ball.

Bruce Feldman
Research Analyst
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Definition of the Day
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OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries)

A cartel of oil-producing countries.

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Split Announcements
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Announcements
Thursday, May 24, 2001, Before the Bell

Fred's announces a 25 percent stock dividend

Fred's, Inc (Nasdaq: FRED) announced earlier today that it will be
splitting its stock in a 5-for-4 stock dividend; the new shares
will be distributed on June 18, 2001 to all shareholders on record
as of June 4, 2001. FRED also declared that it would distribute
its regular quarterly dividend of $0.04 per share, which is the
post split figure, on or about the same date.

For the complete announcement, please go to:
http://www.splittrader.com/announcements/052401_1.asp

===

Thursday, May 24, 2001 During the Market

The Cheesecake Factory slices out a 3-for-2 stock dividend

During regular trading today, The Cheesecake Factory's (Nasdaq:
CAKE) Board of Directors declared a 3-for-2 stock split on the
company's common shares. The 50% dividend will be distributed on
June 18, 2001 to all shareholders on record as of June 4, 2001.

For the complete announcement, please go to:
http://www.splittrader.com/announcements/052401_2.asp

===

Thursday, May 24, 2001, During the Market

Daktronics lights up the boards with a 2-for-1 stock split

During regular trading today, Daktronics, Inc. (Nasdaq:DAKT)
announced a 2-for-1 stock split. All shareholders of common stock
on record as of June 11, 2001 will receive an additional common
share of DAKT on June 22, 2001; cash will be paid out in lieu of
fractional shares. DAKT shares will begin trading post-split on
June 25, 2001.

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http://www.splittrader.com/announcements/052401_2.asp



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Friday's Expirations by Payable Date
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NEW SPLIT RUN PLAYS 05/24/01
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NEW SPLIT CANDIDATE PLAYS 05/24/01
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NEW MOMENTUM PLAYS 05/24/01
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BUCA - Buca, Inc.  $25.15 +0.90 (+2.16)

The love affair with restaurant stocks started in about August of
last year and has shown no signs of letting up.  Investors have
been snatching up the casual dinning issues faster than deserts at
an all you can eat buffet.  As of April 1, 2001, Buca ran 58
restaurants under the name of BUCA di BEPPO.  These eateries
specialize in Southern Italian fare combined with a relaxed
atmosphere.  They are known for their large portions and amicable
wait staff.  For the 13 weeks ended April 1, 2001, sales increased
47% over the same period a year ago.  The increase in sales was
due to higher average checks and to the impact of new restaurants.
Turning to the chart, BUCA notched a new high today on good volume
of 560,000 shares.  The stock's three-month average is 320,000
shares.  Speaking of volume, we also noticed that volume started
to spike in mid April, a sure sign that mutual funds and
institutions are on the prowl.  Looking at our favorite
indicators, BUCA's MACD is positive and OBV is getting back
towards its high.  Traders might want to consider opening a new
position in BUCA if the stock can either bounce off support at $24
or close above today's closing price of $25.15 on volume of at
least 350,000 shares.  Our initial stop is set at support of
$21.30.

Picked on April 24th @ $25.15
Change Since Picked 0.00
Stop Loss @ $21.30

 



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UPDATES
=======


SPLIT RUN PLAY UPDATES 05/24/01
===============================

APPB - Applebee's $43.36 +0.61 (-0.74)

Applebee's came back from the dead on Thursday, having rallied
back over $43.00 to $43.36.  It was looking as if APPB was heading
for a test of support around $41 before buyers came back in to
boost the stock today.  Turning to the chart, we see that the 5-
dma at $43.77 has now turned into resistance after providing
support since 5/04/01.  If APPB can conquer the 5-dma, it has
stiffer resistance to face above at $45.  The good news about
yesterday's sell off was that it relieved an overbought condition
on APPB's stochastic.  The stock now has room to run before
issuing an overbought condition again.  Traders looking to add
APPB to their portfolio could watch for a move above resistance of
$45 on volume of at least 400,000 shares.  We are keeping our
stops at $40.50 to guard against further downside moves.

Picked on May 15th @ $43.20
Change since picked +0.16
Stop Loss @ $40.50

 

===

PKI - PerkinElmer $71.80 -0.07 (-1.02)

PKI could not shake off the market's correction yesterday.  It now
appears as if the stock has lost some of the momentum that was
initially generated from its recent breakout.  The good news is
that Wednesday's decline occurred on light volume of just over
400,000 shares followed by light volume today of only 210,000
shares.  PKI usually enjoys average daily volume exceeding 500,000
shares.  This fact that we have seen lower volume on down days is
a good sign that there is very little conviction from sellers.
Money Flow did slip a bit but is still relatively strong.  The
pullback did relieve the overbought pressure that was signaled by
the RSI.  IF PKI declines tomorrow, look for the stock to find
major support at $67.84, which is the top of the old base.  If PKI
bounces off the initial support offered by the 10-DMA of $69.44,
it may provide a good entry opportunity.  The MACD is still
positive, which is a good sign that PKI may be able to muster up
another run higher towards resistance of $76.25.

Picked on May 17th @ $70.12
Change since picked +1.68
Stop Loss @ $67.00

 

===

SDS - SunGard Data Systems $59.71 -1.79 (-1.20)

SDS had a rough day on Thursday.  Shares took a bit of a dump
right after the bell.  Otherwise the stock would have closed at
$60.00.  Whether or not this is was just a money manager adjusting
his or her portfolio at the last minute, we will never know.
However, we will put up the caution flag for tomorrow's open.  We
will watch for support at $59 to hold on any subsequent
downdrafts.  With today's loss of $1.79, SDS's MACD is set to roll
negative tomorrow.  Given the above scenario, we feel traders
should wait to see if support at $59 holds before pulling the
trigger.  This is also because of the fact that our stop lies just
below at $58.40.  Any bounces off $59 should ideally come on daily
volume of at least 900,000 shares.

Picked on May 16th @ $62.00
Change since picked -2.29
Stop Loss @ $58.40

 



SPLIT CANDIDATE PLAY UPDATES 05/24/01
=====================================

ASD - American Standard Companies, Inc. $65.60 +0.20 (+0.15)

American Standard Companies, Inc. is gaining momentum following
its presentation at Wednesday's Merrill Lynch Global Industries
Conference in London. On Thursday, shares of ASD closed at its
intra-day high of $65.60 on volume of 504,000 shares. The stock
has put in three consecutive higher lows on increasing volume so
ASD may be able to challenge its all-time high in the near future.
From a technical standpoint, support has moved up to Thursday's
intra-day low of $65.10 with stronger support at $64.34, the 10-
dma. Resistance is now at Friday's intra-day high of $66.50 and
then possibly $67 or $68. Traders may consider starting new plays
on a bounce off of $65.10 or a move above $66.50 on volume of at
least 250,000 shares by noon. We are keeping our stops at $63.50
to lock in gains.

Picked on May 6th @ $62.50
Change since picked +3.10
Stop Loss @ $63.50

 

===

AYE - Allegheny Energy, Inc. $54.70 -0.09 (+0.90)

Allegheny Energy, Inc. has traded to new highs in eight of the
last 11 sessions. On Tuesday, shares of AYE hit an all-time high
of $55.09 before pulling back to a close of $54.70 on volume of
351,000 shares. The stock is maintaining a steady upward trend
with regular tests of the 10-dma. On the negative side, daily
volume has been light and the MACD may be a bit stretched. Going
forward, support is holding at the 5-dma, now up to $54.46, with
additional support at $53.93, the 10-dma. Resistance is Thursday's
intra-day high of $55.09 and then $56. A bounce off of $54.46 or a
breakout above $55.09 on midday volume greater than 225,000 shares
may be possible entry points. We are leaving our stops at $53 as
protection.

Picked on April 29th @ $50.60
Change since picked +4.10
Stop Loss @ $53.00

 

===

BKH - Black Hills Corporation $58.05 +0.60 (+2.11)

BKH is right back in striking range of establishing a new high
after pulling back modestly over the previous two trading
sessions.  Utility stocks, especially those based in the West, are
benefiting from the California energy crisis.  Additionally, BKH
offers investors some real value for their investment dollars
since the stock trades at a relatively low P/E of 17.38.  The next
trading opportunity could present itself tomorrow if BKH can
establish a new high above $58.50, accompanied by midday volume
exceeding 90,000 shares.  In the event of a pullback, today's low
of $57.00 should provide support.  The MACD is positive and is
suggesting that BKH can continue its advance.  The RSI is
suggesting an overbought condition.  However, BKH has traded
higher for extended periods in the past when the RSI was in
overbought territory.

Picked on May 20th @ $55.94
Change since picked +2.11
Stop Loss @ $52.25

 

===

HRB - H&R Block $59.90 -0.05 (+1.44)

HRB continued to churn around the $60 level on Thursday.  The fact
that it has not dipped below Monday's low of $58.40 is good news.
It means that buyers are not worried about the last few days'
retracement off the high of $61.75.  We would have liked to see a
little less volume as HRB slipped lower.  However, due to the fact
that the intraday swings were very narrow, we won't worry about
the volume just yet.  Turning to the chart, we see that support
has first established itself at $59.35, and then lower at $58.00.
Resistance shows up at $61.75.  We will look for HRB to settle
above its 5-dma going into the holiday weekend.  Traders may want
to initiate new positions if HRB can breach resistance at $61.75
on volume of at least 600,000 shares.

Picked on April 18th @ $52.85
Change since picked +6.05
Stop Loss @ $57.50

 

===

KRI - Knight Ridder, Inc. $56.02 -0.39 (+0.01)

Knight Ridder, Inc. has been under pressure over the past two
days. On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs cut its outlook for fiscal 2001
profits for KRI to $3.32 per share from $3.40 and reiterated its
"underperform" rating on the stock. Following the news, shares of
KRI traded to an intra-day low of $55.43 before closing at $56.02
on light volume of 235,000 shares. On Thursday, KRI dipped to an
intra-day low of $55.43 on volume of 269,000 shares. The stock was
able to close above the $56 mark but KRI may fall back into its
old $54-$56 trading if the volume continues to decline. For now,
support is the 10-dma at $55.86 with stronger support at $55.27,
the 20-dma. Resistance has moved down to the 5-dma at $56.58 and
then Wednesday's intra-day high of $57.60. Look for entry points
on a bounce off of $55.86 or a move above $56.58 on volume of at
least 250,000 shares by noon. Our stops remain at $54.

Picked on May 20th @ $56.01
Change since picked +0.01
Stop Loss @ $54.00

 



MOMENTUM PLAY UPDATES 05/24/01
===============================

GTK - GTECH Holdings Corp $37.70 +0.40 (+1.09)

Momentum investors had every excuse in the world to take profits
out of the nice run in the shares of this major lottery systems
supplier.  Yesterday's market declines were characterized by
profit taking in many of the recently strong stocks.  The fact
that GTK declined modestly and finished today only $0.48 below its
52-week high highlights the stock's impressive relative strength.
That said traders should probably be wary of a more substantial
correction if GTK drops below the support provided by the 10-DMA,
which closed today at $36.50.  New trades might be considered if
GTK crosses over $38.18 with first hour trading volume approaching
100,000 shares.  Looking at GTK's technical indicators, we note
that the MACD has flattened.  This could result in a sell signal
if the MACD weakens further.  The RSI continues to reflect a
severely overbought condition that doesn't seem to bother traders.
Momentum is a powerful thing and we are happy to stay with GTK as
far as the ride will take us.  If a new high is established
tomorrow, do not be surprised if there is some profit taking late
in the day ahead of the three day weekend.

Picked on April 20th @ $29.79
Change since picked +7.91
Stop Loss $35.50

 

===

SCH - The Charles Schwab Corp $20.90 +0.22 (+1.45)

Schwab's breakout earlier this week appeared to warrant a quick
advance to resistance at $23.16.  However, there was a hiccup in
this move, as the market corrected yesterday.  The good news is
that the decline on Wednesday was accompanied by volume that was
2.5 million shares less than the volume that accompanied today's
advance.  This means that there is far more interest in buying SCH
on up days than selling the stock on down days. If this pattern
continues, the OBV and Money Flow should both improve and these
technical indicators could ultimately confirm that SCH is on its
way to establishing a sustainable rally.  A positive day tomorrow
would likely cause the MACD to issue a buy signal, which would
lend more credence to the extended rally theory.  Momentum traders
should be looking to buy SCH tomorrow if the stock can trade above
the $21.59 resistance accompanied by midday volume exceeding
300,000 shares.

Picked on May 2nd @ $21.18
Change since picked -0.28
Stop Loss @ $18.50

 



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DROPS
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SPLIT RUN PLAY DROPS 05/24/01
=============================

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SPLIT CANDIDATE PLAY DROPS 05/24/01
===================================

BMET - Biomet Inc. $45.28 +2.02 (+1.01)

Biomet, Inc. made a nice recovery on Thursday. The stock traded to
an all-time high of $45.70 after hitting an intra-day low of
$42.80 earlier in the day. Unfortunately, we were stopped out at
$43 and we are dropping BMET tonight.

Picked on May 3rd @ $42.16
Profit/Loss = +0.84 (+2%) (Stopped out Thursday @ $43.00)
Best Profit = +3.49 (+8%)

 

===

ITG - Investment Technology Group $51.25 -1.26 (-2.64)

ITG succumbed to more selling pressures on Thursday and triggered
our stop at $51.40.  The fact that ITG failed to breakout on
Tuesday probably had something to do with today's sell off.  We
will continue to monitor ITG for split possibilities and future
plays opportunities.

Picked on May 16th @ $54.52
Profit/Loss = -3.12 (-6%) (Stopped out Thursday @ $51.40)
Best Profit = +2.11 (+4%)

 



MOMENTUM PLAY DROPS 05/24/01
=============================

LEA - Lear Corporation $35.49 -0.64 (-2.11)

The maker of car parts got into a wreck on Thursday, as shares
fell $0.64 on heavy volume of 880,000 shares traded.  Momentum has
certainly shifted for LEA, as evidenced by the three down days in
a row.  Today's move lower triggered our stop at $35, so we exit
the play with a small loss.

Picked on April 24th @ $36.20
Profit/Loss = -1.20 (-3%) (Stopped out Thursday @ $35.00)
Best Profit = +2.30 (+6%)

 



========================
Friday's Play-of-the-Day
========================

Thursday, May 24, 2001
=============================

SCH - The Charles Schwab Corp $20.90 +0.22 (+1.45)

Thursday's Comment:

Schwab's breakout earlier this week appeared to warrant a quick
advance to resistance at $23.16.  However, there was a hiccup in
this move, as the market corrected yesterday.  The good news is
that the decline on Wednesday was accompanied by volume that was
2.5 million shares less than the volume that accompanied Monday's
advance.  This means that there is far more interest in buying
SCH on up days than selling the stock on down days. If this
pattern continues, the OBV and Money Flow should both improve and
these technical indicators could ultimately confirm that SCH is
on its way to establishing a sustainable rally.  A positive day
tomorrow would likely cause the MACD to issue a buy signal, which
would lend more credence to the extended rally theory.  Momentum
traders should be looking to buy SCH tomorrow if the stock can
trade above the $21.59 resistance accompanied by midday volume
exceeding 300,000 shares.

Picked on May 2nd @ $21.18
Change since picked -0.28
Stop Loss @ $18.50

 


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