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In section one:

Market Wrap: It's what they say in the conference call
Market Sentiment: Meandering Monday 
Play-of-the-Day: Gannett Co, Inc. - GCI (Bullish)
Watch List:.A Long and a Short

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        08-06-2001        High      Low     Volume Advance/Decline
DJIA    10401.30 -111.50 10504.10 10374.90  817 mln   1200/1869	
NASDAQ   2034.20 - 32.10  2053.60  2032.51 1.08 bln   1393/2286
S&P 100   615.21 -  8.44   623.65   613.16   totals   2593/4155
S&P 500  1200.48 - 13.87  1214.35  1197.35           
RUS 2000  480.96 -  6.19   487.14   480.95
DJ TRANS 2908.27 -  5.75  2934.27  2905.50
VIX        23.74 +  1.35    24.20    22.85
Put/Call Ratio      0.56
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Market Wrap
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It's what they say in the conference call by Jeff Bailey

Tomorrow's earnings from Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) have most 
likely been factored into the stock by now.  Tomorrow's big news 
out of Cisco isn't necessarily going to be how the company 
reports against expected earnings of $0.02 per share for the 
latest quarter, but what type of guidance the company gives going 
forward.  Today, shares of Cisco Systems (CSCO) gave back 2.5% to 
$19.54, but has yet to reverse three boxes on its point and 
figure chart to $18.50.  From an institutional perspective, the 
stock has done nothing in the past two sessions.

Cisco Systems Chart - $1 and $0.50 box



Very little has changed for shares of CSCO in the past two 
sessions.  After trading the $20 level on the point and figure 
chart, the stock has not reversed the needed $18.50 level to 
establish a 3-box reversal.  Right now the market does not look 
as if it is expecting a blockbuster announcement surprise to the 
upside nor the downside.

Advanced Micro Devices - $1 and $0.50 box



This morning's big news that seemed to have found weakness in the 
technology sector came between Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) and Advanced 
Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) looming price war in the semiconductor 
processor area.  Today's action had a more adverse impact on 
shares of AMD as this stock reversed not just 3-boxes, but 4 on 
its point and figure chart.  A trader looking at the chart can 
see the opportune time to have shorted shares of AMD were when 
the stock broke a triple bottom at $27, and then perhaps added to 
the short when the stock broke another double bottom at $23 below 
bullish support.  From there the stock achieved its bearish price 
objective of $16.  From here, there's about as much downside left 
in the stock as upside and this is a good place for bears to be 
locking in some gains.  Stay away from this one for the time 
being and let the chart develop.  We can't establish a new 
bearish price objective until the stock generates some type of 
"buy" signal, then follows with a sell signal.  Too tough at this 
point to get a good handle on risk/reward.  There's too many 
other stocks with better set ups to be looking at.

PeopleSoft Chart - $1 and $0.50 box



After trading the $44 level on 07/31, shares of PSFT have slowly 
been drifting lower as volume has been drying up.  The stock 
posted an impressive move from $30 to current levels in the past 
two weeks, but a pullback may be in order.  Stocks in the 
Software group that have been looking weak as of late include 
ADBE, JDEC and ORCL is starting to flirt with its bullish 
support.  My thinking is if those stocks continue to show 
weakness, then shares of PSFT may be susceptible to the low 
$30's.  Not targeting the $28-$30 level necessarily, but using it 
as the seed that has been planted in the minds of those long from 
$30-$35 and those long from $46-$51.  Some are winners, some are 
losers, but a 3-box reversal to $41 could have both pulling the 
trigger on their stock.


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Market Sentiment
================

Meandering Monday by Jeffrey Canavan

Monday's haven't been the most bullish days this summer, and 
today was no different.  The Dow lost 111 points, and spent the 
day trying to stay above last weeks low.  The S&P 500 lost 13.87, 
but managed to close right at 1,200.  On a percentage basis the 
Nasdaq was today's worst performer, losing 1.55 percent.

But then we have the Nasdaq-100.  The triple Qs closed down 68 
cents, but managed to close above Friday's low.  While only 22 
Nasdaq-100 stocks closed in positive territory, biotechs, 
specifically Amgen and Biogen, did what they could to minimize 
losses.  The Biotechnology Index has been consolidating for the 
past five days, and will need to continue to limit its losses if 
wants to play the role of leader.

That brings us to last week's leader, semiconductors.  After 
receiving some positive news last week from Merrill Lynch, 
semiconductor stocks came under fire today, losing 1.48 percent.  
Salomon Smith Barney and Lehman Brothers sparked the sell off, 
citing concerns about Intel's pending price war with AMD.

Retail stocks also came under pressure today after RadioShack 
posted worse than expected July sales.  With July retail sales 
numbers due out this Thursday, investors are starting to worry 
that consumer spending may be breaking down.

Adding to the concern over consumer confidence was a record 
number of job cuts in July.  Outplacement firm Challenger, Gray 
and Christmas reported that there were 205,975 job cuts in July, 
up 65% from June, and the most in eight years.

But overall it was another listless summer day.  Volume was 
especially light as investors were hesitant to take a stand ahead 
of Cisco's announcement after the bell tomorrow. That could lead 
to another lackadaisical day tomorrow, with a slight advantage 
going to the downside.

*************************Sector Watch****************************

            Weekly   Daily     Overbought    Support  Resistance 
            Trend    Trend      Oversold                         

DJIA        Bearish  Neutral    Overbought   10,200   10,600
NASD        Bearish  Neutral    Overbought    1,940    2,125
S&P 500     Bearish  Neutral    Overbought    1,170    1,240
Rus 2000    Neutral  Neutral    Overbought      465      495

Semis       Neutral  Neutral    Overbought      600      660
Biotech     Bearish  Neutral    Overbought      490      550
Internet    Bearish  Neutral    Overbought      140      170
Networking  Bearish  Neutral    Overbought      300      365
Software    Bearish  Neutral    Overbought      180      200
Banking     Bullish  Neutral    Overbought      640      675
Retail      Bullish  Neutral    Overbought      875      920
Drugs       Neutral  Neutral    Overbought      380      410


               Percent Change
            Last    Last    Last    Rel Strength   Point and 
           5 Days  10 Days 30 Days   vs S&P 500   Figure Signal
DJIA        0.9%    (0.6%)  (1.9%)    Neutral         Buy
NASD        1.8%     1.8%    0.4%     Neutral         Sell
S&P 500     0.7%     0.3%   (1.8%)      N/A           Sell
Rus 2000    0.4%    (0.2%)  (2.1%)    Neutral         Sell

Semis       6.5%    11.6%    9.8%     Positive        Buy
Biotech    (2.9%)   (0.7%) (15.0%)    Neutral         Sell
Internet    1.3%    (8.5%) (13.8%)    Negative        Sell
Networking  2.9%     5.1%    4.1%     Neutral         Buy
Software   (0.1%)    4.5%  (12.1%)    Neutral         Sell
Banking     1.6%     2.9%    0.8%     Positive        Buy
Retail      0.8%     0.2%    0.7%     Neutral         Sell
Drugs       1.9%    (0.3%)  (3.7%)    Neutral         Buy

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Play-of-the-Day (Bullish)
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Gannett Co, Inc. - GCI Close:$69.01 Change:+0.48 Stop:$65.00

Original Comments When Selected on August 3rd:

Company Description:
Gannett is the largest newspaper publisher in the US with 99 
newspapers sporting a combined circulation of about 7.8 million.  
Its USA TODAY competes with The Wall Street Journal for the first 
place in the US in terms of daily circulation. Gannett also owns 
Newsquest, one of the Great Britain's' largest newspaper groups, 
and is active in broadcasting with 22 TV stations that reach 17-
percent of US homes. The company also operates more than 60 
Internet sites. Gannett went on a buying spree in 2000 with the 
purchase of 21 daily newspapers from Canada's Thomson and the 
acquisition of Arizona Republic publisher Central Newspapers.

Fundamentals: 
Last year, the company earned $3.63 per share on sales of $6.2 
billion.  Analysts forecast the firm will earn $3.46 per share in 
2001 on sales of $6.9 billion and $3.93 on $7.3 billion in 2002.  
This gives the firm a current P/E of 19 and a forward 2001 one of 
19.  Analysts forecast a average 5-year earnings growth rate of 12-
percent.

Why We Like It: 
The stocks of most large newspaper/media chains have been on the 
rise and Gannett is no exception.  The shares have risen steadily 
since hitting $60 on June 15th.  After spending the last two weeks 
consolidating in the roughly $66.50 to $68.00 range, a strong move 
to $68.53 on Friday suggests the shares are ready for the next leg 
up.  The break was confirmed with a spike in volume to 734k shares 
traded from 477k of the previous day.  A Point and Figure analysis 
adds to the Bullish case as the chart shows Fridays' move to have 
produced a positive break out of a bullish triangle pattern.  We 
have a price objective of $77.00, with upside resistance at $70, 
$72 and $75.  We will start this play with a stop at $65.00. 

Update Comments:
No change in our bullish outlook for these shares. 

Picked on August 3rd at $68.53
Gain Since Picked:       +0.48
Earnings Date             N/A (Not Confirmed)




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Watch List
==========

St. Jude Medical - STJ close: $65.69, change: +0.44

WHAT TO WATCH:  Despite recent weakness these shares are still on a 
bullish trend extending back to March.  This drop was caused by an 
expected decrease in payment rates for implantable cardioverter 
defibrillators due to changes in the rates hospitals receive from 
Medicare.  Once the market digests the news, investors ought to 
notice there is a lot of other good news surrounding company.  A dip 
to the $54 to $52 range would present a good entry point with long-
term support nearby at $52.  




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PeopleSoft - PSFT close: $42.59 change: -0.37

WHAT TO WATCH:  We are looking at this one from the short side.  A 
candlestick chart has these shares looking very top heavy.  An 
earnings warning from competitor JD Edwards is keeping the pressure 
on the sector.  A little push and away she goes.  A weak day on 
Tuesday could do it, but conservative traders can wait for a move 
below $40.  Support is at the 200-day moving average at $38.24.  A 
reasonable price target would be near $35-$37. 





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-- Continuing to Watch --
-------------------------

Some stocks on the Watch List will be carried over from one day
to the next if they continue to show potential but have not yet
breached the trigger point.  Some stocks have met our conditions 
for a trigger point but other factors hold us back from making it
a full-time stock pick.

---

Deere & Co. - DE close: 41.36 change: -0.86

UPDATE: No change in outlook

Friday, August 3rd write-up:

WHAT TO WATCH:  Ok, so maybe tractors are not the most glamorous of 
stocks, but this sector is so strong it could win a tractor pull at 
the county fair.  Our master strategist Jeff Bailey loves this stock 
and for many of us that’s as good as it gets.  Expect to see Deere as 
one of our active plays in the next few days.  The shares are on the 
verge of climbing out of a strong base and we see a price objective 
north of $50 as the likely end point.  Our trigger will be a close 
above $43 on increasing volume.  




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Brocade Communications - BRCD - close: 38.01 change: +1.42

UPDATE:  Like we said on Thursday, shares of BRCD had made
quite a move up from $28 and needed to consolidate.  We're
keeping it on the list because it remains near the top of
its downward channel.  We're going to alter our previous 
comments so that if BRCD can close above $39 it will keep
our attention.  If it closes under $36 we'll drop it as a
potential long play (and maybe look for a potential short
play).

Thursday, August 2nd's write up:

WHAT TO WATCH:  Volume has been average lately but BRCD 
just may have broken out to the upside.  Shares have been
in a descending channel since the middle of May.  Many traders
may feel that shares of BRCD are very overbought from its
recent lows near $28.  However, the renewed hope in tech
stocks may be able to keep the dream alive for BRCD investors.
The stock is trading at or above the top of its channel and
today's trading puts it right on the 50-dma.  Keep your eye
on the $40.75 level where the stock took a serious gap down
in early July.  This will be resistance if you're bullish.




---

Applied Materials - AMAT - close: 48.71 change: -0.89

UPDATE:  No change in outlook

Thursday, August 2nd's write up:

WHAT TO WATCH:  If you're still watching the semiconductors or
if you're looking for stocks in that group, keep AMAT on the
list.  The upgrade by Merrill Lynch has helped the stock move
beyond resistance at 47.50.  Now the battle between the bulls
and the bears will continue as it sits at the psychological
level of $50.  If the rally continues, bulls can look for a
close over $50 as a potential trigger.  The stock could rally
to $55 given enough time.  If the stock pulls back, shares 
should find support at 47.50 now.




---

QUALCOMM - QCOM - close: 66.86 change: -1.48

UPDATE:  No reason to get in before Cisco's earnings announcement 
late-Tuesday unless you are a Cisco bull.

Thursday, August 2nd's write up:

WHAT TO WATCH:  Looking for a little more volatility?  An old
tech favorite may be making a move.  Shares of QCOM have been
fighting back from a sub-$50 share price for the last six weeks.
The stock seemed to hit a wall in the $67-$68 level until today.
In the last half-hour of trading buyers were able to push QCOM
up and through the $68 mark and above its 200-dma (67.88).
Aggressive traders may want to look at this as a potential
trigger to go long.  The rest of us will wait to see if shares
can breakthrough more resistance at $71 (established in mid-May).




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PremierInvestor.net Newsletter                  Monday 08-06-2001
                                                   section 2 of 2
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In section two:

Split Trader
  Split Announcements: Monaco Coach Corporation - MNC  
  New Plays: No new plays for Split Trader
  Play Updates: No play updates for Split Trader
  Closed Plays: No closed plays for Split Trader

Net Bulls
  New Plays: No new plays for NetBulls
  Play Updates: No play updates for NetBulls
  Closed Plays: Alpha Ind. - AHAA

Stock Bottom / Active Trader
  New Plays: Beazer Homes USA, Inc. - BZH (Bearish) 
  Play Updates: No play updates for Stock Bottom
  Closed Plays: SGU, NKE, PDII

Trading Ideas
  Value Plays With Bullish Signals
  Breakout to Upside (Stocks $5 to $20)
  Breakout to Upside (Stocks over $20)      
  Breakout to Downside (Stocks over $20)      
  Recently Overbought With Bearish Signals (Stocks over $20) 

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Split Trader (ST) section
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Split Announcements
===================

Recreational Vehicle Maker to Split Stock 3 for 2

After Monday's closing bell, Monaco Coach Corporation (NYSE:MNC) 
announced its Board of Directors' approval of a 3-for-2 stock 
split. Shareholders of record as of August 20 will receive one 
additional share for every two shares owned on the payable date 
of September 7, 2001.

Monaco Coach currently has 19 million shares outstanding, a float 
of 12.2 million, and 50 million shares are authorized for 
issuance.  This marks the fourth 3:2 stock split since the 
Company went public in 1993.

Today's announcement arrives on the heels of last week's 
completion of a cash tender offer and acquisition by Monaco Coach 
of 95 percent of the shares of SMC Corporation. The total 
transaction is valued at approximately $37 million.

MNC shares closed the day down -0.61 to $28.75 on average volume 
of 162,200. The 52-week trading range is $13.38-$33.20.

About the Company:

Headquartered in Coburg, Oregon, with additional manufacturing 
facilities in Indiana, Monaco Coach Corporation is one of the 
nation's leading manufacturers of recreational vehicles. The 
company offers customers luxury recreational vehicle models under 
the Monaco, Holiday Rambler, Safari, Beaver, McKenzie and Royale 
Coach brand names. 

  


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Net Bulls (NB) section
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NB Closed Plays
===============

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  Closed Long Plays
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Alpha Ind. - AHAA - close: $34.93 change: -4.82 stop: 37.00 

Worries about Cisco's widely-anticipated earnings release on 
Tuesday were hard on the sector, bringing AHAA down 12 percent
 on the day. We are closed this play when it hit our stop at 
$37.00, leaving us with a $1 per share gain on this play.

Picked on July 24th @ $36.00
Gain since picked:    + 1.00
Earnings Date:         10/17 (not confirmed)


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Stock Bottom / Active Trader (AT) section
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AT New Plays
============

  ---------------
  New Short Plays
  ---------------

Beazer Homes USA, Inc. - BZH Close:$65.08 Change:-4.40 Stop:$70.00  

Company Description:
At an average price of $190,700, Beazer's single-family homes are 
built for entry-level and first time move-up buyers. The company 
operates in 14 states, primarily in high-growth regions. The 
company originates mortgages for its homebuyers through its Beazer 
Mortgage subsidiary and provides title insurance services in 
selected markets, including Florida, Texas, and Virginia.

Fundamentals: 
The company is expected by analysts to earn $8.01 per share in the 
fiscal year ending in September 2001 and $8.97 in 2002.  On August 
2nd the company reported that home sales increased 28.8-percent in 
July to 809.  
 
Why We Like It: 
Solid levels of consumer spending have kept the market and economy 
from a complete meltdown.  One of the beneficiaries of this spending 
has been the homebuilders.  In July, Beazer Homes reported that 
third-quarter earnings rose 88-percent.  However many traders are 
seeing the current valuation of homebuilders as being at a high water 
mark - i.e. nowhere to go but down.  Although 95.8 percent of 
Americans have jobs, there is concern that they may ratchet down their 
spending if they become nervous that the next layoff list may include 
their name.  On Monday, a Challenger, Gray & Christmas survey 
announced that their were 205,975 job cuts in July.  This is the 
largest number of layoffs in the eight-year history of the survey.  
Coupled with signs of weaker retail sales and a general perception 
that the next Fed interest rate cut will be only 25 basis points 
(quarter point), traders are not seeing how the homebuilders can 
maintain their bullish run.

Since the $79.35 session high on July 20th, Beazer shares have been 
on a pronounced slide.  The selling momentum has really picked up 
steam with the shares losing $9.87 in the last three trading sessions 
on increasing levels of trading volume.  They are now sitting right 
at their lower trend line.  A close below the 50-day moving average 
at $64.67 would represent a downside break of this bullish channel 
that has been in effect since last March.  Given the overwhelming 
amount of bearish sentiment we foresee this as a likely probability.  
We have a price target of $58.00 and a stop at $70.00.  

Picked on August 6th at $65.08
Earnings Date            07/23 (Confirmed)





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AT Closed Plays
===============

  ----------------
  Closed Long Play
  ----------------

Star Gas Partners  SGU Close: $19.04 Gain: -0.95 Stop: 19.50

Star Gas beautifully illustrated the slang use of "tanked". 
Utilizing almost five times the stock's normal volume, shares 
dove $1.99 from yesterday's close and finally took a rest after 
bouncing off the 200-dma. It looks like someone unloaded 60,000 
shares today, which would be the cause of the decline. This 
actually makes for an alluring buy at this time if you still 
have your sights on the Stars. 


Picked on July 10th at $21.18
Gain since picked:      -1.68
Earnings Date           8/1/01

===

Nike NKE  Close: $47.53 Gain: -2.62 Stop: $47.75

After testing the up-side of its trading range, NKE shares 
dropped back through our stop of $47.75. The shaky sector 
certainly contributes to today's weakness, but we think that 
more than that it's just a matter of bouncing around in Nike's 
narrow range. We will consider getting back in this play when 
shares reach the 200-dma ($44.47) or when prices hit the bottom 
of the channel at $42.00.

Picked on July 14th at $47.84
Gain since picked:      -0.09
Earnings Date            N/A


  -----------------
  Closed Short Play
  -----------------

Professional Detailing PDII Close:$61.71 Gain: +4.06 Stop: 61.65

PDII rebounded strongly from its downtrend, dropping us off at
 our stop for a +1.47 gain.

Picked on July 20th at $63.12
Gain since picked:      +1.47
Earnings Date            N/A


==================
  Trading Ideas 
==================

This section contains stocks that meet criteria which may make 
them of interest to long and short side traders.  These are not 
recommendations, nor have they been reviewed by PremierInvestor 
editors for investment potential.  However, each of them has 
technical and fundamental characteristics that make them worthy 
of further review by traders and investors looking for fresh ideas. 
New stocks will appear daily following the market close.  

  ---------------------------------
  Value Plays With Bullish Signals
  ---------------------------------

Ticker    Company Name              Close  Change
WTU       Williams Coal Seam Gas    16.99  +0.89
E         Eni Spa Ads               61.91  +0.91
TNE       Tele Norte Leste Partic   13.37  +0.52
ALR       Allied Research Corp      10.15  +0.52

  ---------------------------------------
   Breakout to Upside (Stocks $5 to $20)
  ---------------------------------------

Ticker    Company Name              Close  Change
None

  ---------------------------------------
   Breakout to Upside (Stocks over $20)
  ---------------------------------------

Ticker    Company Name              Close  Change
None

  -----------------------------------------
   Breakout to Downside (Stocks over $20)
 -------------------------------------------

Ticker    Company Name              Close  Change
TOY       Toys R Us Inc.            20.25  -2.11
ACS       Affiliated Computer Srvc  78.81  -1.33
AEOS      American Eagle Outfitter  31.92  -1.98
WSM       Wiliams Sonoma Inc.       33.82  -2.76
TOL       Toll Brothers Inc         36.20  -2.20
JEC       Jacobs Engineering Group  50.88  -4.01
  ------------------------------------------------------------
   Recently Overbought With Bearish Signals (Stocks over $20)
  -------------------------------------------------------------

Ticker    Company Name              Close  Change
GSK       Glaxosmithkline PLC       55.63   -1.27
AHAA      Alpha Industries Inc      34.93   -4.82
PSS       Payless Shoe Sources      55.50   -1.83
SEAC      Seachange International   22.61   -4.19
AGM       Federal Agri Mtg Cl C     33.32   -1.20


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