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Market Wrap:      Bulls First to Surrender
Watch List:       AMZN, AZO, EDS, KO, MO, and more...
Play of the Day:  Proceed With Caution

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MARKET WRAP  (view in courier font for table alignment)
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03-24-2003                  High    Low     Volume Advance/Decl
DJIA     8214.68 -  307.29  8514.82 8185.20   1535 mln  80/1447
NASDAQ   1369.78 -   52.06  1392.40 1368.37   1301 mln 109/1181
S&P 100   439.67 -   16.69   456.41  438.83   totals    189/2628
S&P 500   864.23 -   31.67  895.79  862.02
RUS 2000  367.25 -   8.98   376.24  366.51
DJ TRANS 2183.35 -  80.14  2263.24 2170.08
VIX        34.75 +   1.13    36.05   34.13
VIXN       46.36 +   0.58    47.34   45.32
Put/Call Ratio 0.85
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Market Wrap
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Bulls First to Surrender
by Steven Price

The recent rally finally ran out of steam, as the weekend war
effort brought roadblocks the market wasn't expecting.  What had
seemed like a cakewalk, with little Iraqi opposition, turned ugly
with captured U.S. soldiers, casualties and some actual
resistance on the way to Baghdad.

The expectation of a quick finish to a war that seemed on pace to
end over the weekend came to a halt  - as did the apparent
combination of short covering ahead of a possible surrender and
the euphoria over the U.S. taking full control of the oil fields
- and sent the markets into reverse.

After an 1100 point gain in the Dow in the previous eight
sessions, we started out the day giving back almost 300 of those
points.   The Dow fell back below a previous significant level of
support that appeared to have been the first possible entry point
at which bulls could have stepped in and bought a dip. With the
recent rally taking out plenty of resistance levels and this
morning's drop taking out previously significant support levels,
playing the technical pivot points is becoming that much more
difficult in an environment that is news driven and seems to
hinge on every advancement, or lack of advancement, by U.S.
troops in Iraq. By the end of the day, the Dow had dropped over
300 points and the Nasdaq Composite had given back more than 50
points.

We also saw tensions escalate between the U.S. and Russia on U.S.
charges that Russia had sold weapons to Iraq in violation of U.S.
sanctions.  Think there may have been another reason Russia
didn't want the U.S. moving into Iraq?  Maybe they were afraid of
what we'd find.  Vladimir Putin said he would investigate the
charges.

We pulled back into a pivotal 'zone' however, and how we react to
that zone may determine whether this is truly a direction
changing pullback, or simply a 'buy the dip' opportunity.  The
Dow found support in the 8200-8300 range during the formation of
its head and shoulders patterns during the fall and winter, and
the 440 level in the OEX served a similar purpose. Now that we
are back around those levels, after soaring through them on
Thursday and Friday, a bounce from here would still suggest that
the rally is holding.  After all, a gain of 1100 points, followed
by a pullback of 300, is not necessarily bearish.  However, we
got a break below OEX 440 on the news of an explosion near U.S.
Navy 5th fleet base in Bahrain.  That dropped the broader markets
through yet another level of intraday consolidation.  However,
once it was learned that the explosion was caused by a protestor
blowing up a propane tank, the OEX quickly jumped back above that
440 level.  Bulls can point to that activity as evidence that
support around 440 remains solid.  However, doesn't that activity
show just how driven we are by news, as opposed to technical
levels?  By the end of the day, we ticked down to OEX 439.83, but
0.17 is not exactly a decisive violation and where we head from
here on Tuesday could be crucial for the near future.  A break
below the 437 level would indicate that the 50% retracement of
the August-October high-low range has been violated and would
look bearish.  We bounced from that retracement on Wednesday and
Thursday, so traders can set a bearish alert on a break below OEX
437.

Chart of the OEX


Chart of the Dow


The oil market also reflected the concern that the war may not
end as quickly as had been expected.  Even though we got
continued comments from President Bush that this invasion could
take a while, oil futures had dropped 26% since March 12.  The
May futures fell back into a resistance zone from last fall, when
the U.N. debates were still in the early stages.  The rise in the
price of oil over the past several months reflected both higher
costs to businesses and consumers and also served as a barometer
of the likelihood of war and victory. The inverse relationship
between the price of oil futures and the level of equities has
been like placing a mirror between the two charts and that
relationship continued today.  Oil futures spiked $1.75 per
barrel, bouncing from that zone of support and making up 144% of
the drop from Friday.

Chart of the Crude Oil Futures


Further evidence that the developments in Iraq are dominating the
market action came from the activity in travel related stocks.
The Airlines took a beating, reversing much of Friday's gain in
the XAL, with a loss of 9%.    Some of the biggest losers in the
sector were American (AMR -12%), Continental (CAL -17%) and Delta
(DAL -15%).  The hotel stocks also headed lower, with Starwood
(HOT) losing 10% and Marriott (MAR) dropping 8.6%.  Part of this
was due to Starwood withdrawing first quarter and full-year
guidance, but even that was related to the Iraq situation.  The
company said there was "significant deterioration in business due
to the elongated Iraq negotiations and the related geopolitical
conditions that worsened over the quarter and culminated recently
in armed conflict."  The bleeding continued into the travel
reservation stocks, with big losses in Expedia (EXPE -4%),
Hotels.com (ROOM -6.7%) and Sabre (TSG -5.3%).

Those traders following the bullish percents of the major indices
have seen the rally produce the first upturn in those percents
since December. That indicates that there has been enough buying
interest to not only make up for recent losses, but establish
enough point and figure buy signals to change the percent of
stocks giving those signals in the Dow from 10% to 40%.  It would
also indicate we should be looking to buy dips, as those percents
are just coming out of oversold territory and are nowhere near
overbought at 70%. But there are a couple of concerns here.
First is picking a support level as a bottom after a meteoric
rise that didn't pause for very long at any particular point.  If
the previous levels of support and resistance weren't very
important on the way up, with the market simply moving on geo-
political developments, then they may not be significant on the
way back down, either.  Which brings us to the second concern -
how much do the technical market indicators mean when we are in
this environment?  If the action from last week is any
indication, the market loves a U.S. victory and if traders
believe we will eventually be successful, then shouldn't we at
least revisit the level we were at before the weekend, when
victory seemed imminent?  Of course a bear would suggest that the
world mostly believes the U.S. will eventually be successful and
we still got a big correction today; so maybe last week's action
was just short covering to protect positions in case of a victory
over the weekend and now those shorts aren't in such a hurry to
cover.  If that is the case, then we could be looking at a return
to the previous downtrend once the war is behind us and traders
are left to focus on the economy.

Chart of the Dow Bullish Percent


Certainly we could have expected the travel related stocks to
suffer during war time, as Americans and even worldwide travelers
would avoid the dangers of traveling and U.S. citizens also want
to avoid the possibility of attacks in foreign countries.  But
how is the war affecting spending here?  Retailers saw a drop of
about 3% in sales during the 1991 conflict.  This time around
analysts have been expecting a drop of only around 1% as a result
of war.  However, Federated (FD) announced it was seeing a drop
of 3-4% since last Wednesday and J.C. Penney said sales were
trending below expectations, as well. Wal-Mart, on the other
hand, said sales were on target over the weekend.   We get
Consumer Confidence numbers out on Tuesday, so we should get a
snapshot of how the war is affecting consumers' willingness to
spend. Of course, with things turning south just over the
weekend, we may have to wait for the University of Michigan
Consumer Sentiment report on Friday for a clearer picture.

The defense sector was one of the few winners today in the
equities, with the DFI gaining 0.55.  These stocks were sold off
hard even as the U.S. moved closer to war.  They bounced on the
invasion and then sank as the U.S. forces got little opposition
in the initial phase.  However, today we saw gains from
contractors such as Northrop Grumman (NOC +$2.08), Lockheed
Martin (LMT +$1.00) and L-3 Communications (+$0.35), following
the possibility that a longer war will require more re-stocking
of the U.S. arsenal.

Traders watching the Semiconductor Index for indications of tech
sentiment saw that group turned back from its exponential 200-dma
(337), where it ended on Friday, as the selling hit all sectors,
with the exception of defense. The SOX, which cracked its simple
200-dma (currently 313) last week, is now sitting between the two
averages and the next move through either should give us an
indication of which way the techs are headed next.

The NYSE ran into some public relations problems on the
nomination of Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill to sit on its board.
After shaking his head at the effect that putting the CEO of a
company that has had some problems with the SEC on the board of
the NYSE, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer called NYSE
chairman Dick Grasso and said he would publicly and vigorously
oppose Weill's appointment. Weill eventually withdrew from
consideration.

We continue to see news driven markets and picking a direction
will be extremely tough under these circumstances.  As long as
OEX 437-440 holds up, traders looking to capitalize on rising
bullish percents can try buying the dip.  However, as this
afternoon's propane explosion highlighted, support/resistance
levels may not hold up the way they would in a traditional market
scenario and traders relying on them should be trading only high
risk capital.


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WATCH LIST
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The PremierInvestor.net watch list is not designed to be read
as full fledged stock picks.  Rather we would prefer to offer
it as an extra tool in today's investor toolbox.  Think of it
as a radar screen with your own radar operator pointing out
interesting developments, technical patterns or potential plays
that you may or may not have seen on your own.  Due to time
constraints we do glance at the news but rarely do we have
time to fully read pertinent news stories, due background
research and other necessary screens that investors should do
before making a decision.  A common exercise is to read the
entry, glance at the sector and other stocks in that industry
and then compare what's happening in the stock to what's
happening in the broader market indices.  We hope you enjoy
the Watch List and that it proves to be a useful tool for your
own trading success.

STOCKS WORTH WATCHING
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Andrx Group - ADRX - close: 9.45 change: -0.36

WHAT TO WATCH: Shares of Andrx lost a large chunk of their value
on March 5th after the company reported that regulatory and legal
obstacles had prevented it from marketing generic versions of
drugs such as Prilosec, Wellbutrin, and Zyban.  Shares gapped
lower from $11.50 and eventually based out near $7.75.  The
recent upward action in the broader market pushed ADRX back to
psychological resistance at $10.00 - also the location of the 21-
dma.  That moving average thwarted a rally attempt in February.
Now that a rollover is beginning to take shape, it looks like the
stock might be on course to retest the $8.00 region.  Aggressive
traders can watch for either a move under today's low ($9.27) or
another failed rally near $10.00 to provide a shorting
opportunity.  Risk could be limited with a stop-loss slightly
above resistance.




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Amazon.com - AMZN - close: 26.23 change: -1.70

WHAT TO WATCH: Readers who checked out this weekend's edition of
the Watch List might remember that AMZN had formed a hanging man
candlestick on Friday.  Today we got some serious confirmation of
that bearish pattern.  Shares gave back 6%, finished near the
lows of the day, and probably would've taken out near-term
support at $26.00 if the closing bell hadn't sounded.  A move
below that level looks like it could be a good entry point for
short positions.  There is a large underlying fast-move region
crated by the rapidly ascending price action over the past few
weeks.  Depending on your trading style and timeframe, you could
target either the 21-dma at $23.84 or 50-dma at $22.53.




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Autozone Inc - AZO - close: 70.37 change: -2.78

WHAT TO WATCH: Autozone shot higher on March 13th after a
brokerage upgrade helped to push shares above resistance in the
$66-$67 area.  However, the ensuing rally wasn't enough to push
AZO above the 200-dma ($73.66), near the early-January high.
Today's action saw the stock follow the broader market lower on
the strongest volume in a week.  If short-term support at $70.00
fails, AZO could retrace its recent gains and move towards the
50-dma at $65.51.




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Electronic Data Systems - EDS - close: 17.90 change: +0.27

WHAT TO WATCH: EDS bucked the broader market weakness on Monday
and finished with a respectable 1.5% gain.  The source of this
relative strength was speculation that either Microsoft (MSFT) or
Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) would acquire the company in an effort to
more effectively compete with IBM in the enterprise software
market.  Shares of EDS popped higher last week when investors
cheered a shakeup of the company's management.  This propelled
the stock above its 50-day and 100-day moving averages.  EDS is
now in the process of retracing the sharp mid-January decline
from the $21.00 region.  With little overhead resistance,
aggressive traders could think about going long if shares break
above today's high ($18.10).  More conservative types will
probably want to wait for a pullback to the $16.50-$17.00 area.
Point-and-figure enthusiasts will be interested to note that EDS
is on a bear trap alert after giving a triple-top buy signal at
$17.00.




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eBay Inc. - EBAY - close: 87.55 change: -2.24

WHAT TO WATCH: We're probably not alone in thinking EBAY is
overextended.  Granted, the stock has staged a very impressive
breakout.  EBAY rode the wave of market bullishness, plowing
through resistance at $80.00 and moving to levels not seen since
Spring 2000.  But since October, the stock had channeled higher
in a more gradual uptrend.  Will shares revert to the mean and
return to that uptrend?  Chances are pretty good if the NASDAQ
extends today's losses.  Specifically, we'd be watching for a
pullback to the rising 21-dma at $81.65.  Short entries could be
targeted at current levels, using a stop slightly above $90.00.
Traders looking for signs of more bearish conviction will
probably want to wait for a move under $87.00.




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InterDigital Communications - IDCC - close: 21.86 change: +1.87

WHAT TO WATCH: IDCC launched from the $14.00 level last Monday
after the company announced that it had settled a royalty and
patent dispute with Ericsson.  ERICY agreed to pay InterDigital
$34 million to compensate for sales in 2002, as well as a $6
million annual fee and a royalty on each product sold through
2006.  Investors were extremely happy with this development -
IDCC has gained about 50% over the past week.  Shares were bid
higher by another 9.3% today, oblivious of what the overall
market was doing.  Volume has been steadily increasing, providing
evidence of growing institutional interest.  Bulls may be aiming
for the next level of historical resistance at $25.00.  That
would be a reasonable target for short-term traders.  Of course,
a very aggressive strategy is required in this case.  IDCC has
moved rapidly higher and could see some profit-taking at any
time.  Watch for a pullback to psychological support at $20.00 to
offer a potential entry point.




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Coca Cola - KO - close: 40.91 change: -1.34

WHAT TO WATCH: Coke fell into the abyss of multi-year lows during
the latter part of January.  The key technical breakdown occurred
when shares took out long-term support at $42.00.  The stock
continued to trend lower and eventually leveled out near $37.00
before the huge Dow rally erased those losses.  Now KO is
beginning to roll over from the $42.00 region, which should act
as resistance.  Speculative traders could target short positions
at current levels, with a stop just above Friday's high of
$42.30.




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Altria Group - MO - close: 33.59 change: -1.45

WHAT TO WATCH: Here's another Dow component worth keeping an eye
on.  Last week the tobacco sector was pressured by news that the
Justice Department had demanded $289 billion from the industry
for "ill-gotten gains" related to fraudulent marketing practices.
That's an incredibly large sum - even more than the $206 billion
that big tobacco agreed to pay in a 1998 settlement with 46
states.  The news got even worse on Friday evening when MO was
slammed with a $10 billion verdict in an Illinois class-action
lawsuit related to the misleading marketing of "Lite" cigarettes.
S&P responded to this development by saying it may cut the
company's debt rating.  MO gave back 4.1% on Monday and retraced
a large chunk of last week's gains when it gapped lower at the
opening bell.  The stock quickly bounced back to the $33.50
region, so bears will be looking for a move under either today's
low ($32.35) or last week's low ($31.75) to provide downside
confirmation.





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Play-of-the-Day  (BULLISH non-tech play)
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Timberland - TBL - close: 41.04 change: -1.35 stop: 38.74

Company Description:
The Timberland Company designs, develops, engineers, markets and
distributes, under the Timberland, Timberland PRO and Mountain
Athletics by Timberland brands, footwear and apparel and
accessories products for men, women and children. The Company's
products fall into two primary groups, footwear and apparel and
accessories (including product care and licensed products).
Timberland's products are sold in the United States and
international better-grade department stores and athletic stores.
(source: company website)


- ORIGINAL WRITE UP: March 13th, 2003 -

Why We Like It:
A scan of news stories for TBL turns up few recent developments.
As a matter of fact, the latest noteworthy event was the
company's earnings announcement on February 6th. But what an
announcement it was! Timberland reported fourth-quarter results
that beat Multex estimates by 11 cents per share, and revenue
growth of 4.7% on a year-over-year basis. Not too shabby,
considering the otherwise bearish retail environment. The
company's CEO also said that TBL is anticipating low double-digit
revenue growth in the first half of 2003 and mid single-digit
growth for the second half. These sunny expectations did not fall
on deaf ears. TBL gapped higher in reaction to the earnings
report and hasn't looked back. Shares have shown excellent
relative strength over the past five weeks, trading contrary to
the steadily downtrending Dow Jones. Shares of competitors Nike
(NKE) and Reebok (RBK) are also trading at or near long-term
highs.

After a brief pullback from resistance at $40.00, today's broader
market rally helped to push TBL to new multi-month highs. This
breakout created a double-top buy signal on the point-and-figure
chart. The bullish vertical count is $66. Glancing at the weekly
chart, you can see that the next region of overhead resistance is
at the May 2002 highs of $43.00. This would offer a possible
short-term upside target. We're anticipating that TBL will
eventually break above that level and make its way towards the
highs for that year in the $45.50 area. Our entry strategy for
this play will be to enter a hypothetical long position if TBL
breaks above today's high of $40.80. Conservative traders might
want to wait for shares to first pull back and test the $40.00
level, which should now offer support. If the play is activated
our stop will be set at $38.74, slightly under yesterday's low.
Those with a more aggressive strategy could use a stop below the
rising 21-dma at $38.25. TBL hasn't traded under that moving
average since it gapped higher on February 6th.

- Last Update: March 21st, 2003 -

TBL capped off the week in a fitting way as shares plowed through
resistance at $42.00. The bears tried their best to defend that
level, but the task to be quite impossible as the Dow exploded
for another huge gain on Friday. Today's breakout has raised the
possibility that TBL could soon reach our target region at
$45.00. At this time we're going to place an official profit-
target just below that level at $44.94. Traders with a slightly
longer timeframe might want to aim for a retest of the 2002 highs
near $46.00. So what's next for TBL? The weekly chart shows
possible resistance at the May 2002 highs of $43.00. Ideally,
we'd like to see TBL pull back and test the $42.00 level before
shares attempt to clear that hurdle. Such a pullback might give
short-term traders an opportunity to open new long positions.
Those with a conservative strategy can be using a stop just below
psychological support at $40.00.

- Play-of-the-Day Comments: March 24th, 2003 -

These days it takes a very good crystal ball to figure out where the
market is headed.  On Friday a potent combination of short-covering and
panic buying pushed the major indexes to huge gains.  Fast-forward to
today's action, and those advances were completely erased by news of
U.S. casualties and strong Iraqi resistance.  We're probably going to
see a lot more volatility as the war continues.  Traders need to
exercise extreme caution in this uncertain environment.  That said, we
think TBL could offer a good bullish entry point if the market bounces
back from today's sell-off.  On Monday the stock pulled back in tandem
with the Dow Jones.  The 30-minute chart shows short-term support at
$40.50-$41.00.  A rebound from this level, concurrent with a broader
market rebound, might lead to a breakout above the relative high at
$42.40.  Downside risk could be limited by using a stop slightly below
psychological resistance at $40.00.  Our stop for this play, which was
activated at $40.81, is set at $38.74.

Picked on March 14th at $40.81
Results since picked:    +0.23
Earnings Date         04/17/03 (unconfirmed)







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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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  Trading Ideas
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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
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

CME     Chicago Mercantile Exch.   48.00     +0.90

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Breakout to Upside (Stocks $5 to $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

                             

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Breakout to Upside (Stocks over $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

IDCC     Interdigital Comm.        21.87     +1.88

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Breakout to Downside (Stocks over $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

HI      Household Intl.            27.05     +1.30
APOL    Apollo Group               48.26     -2.52
ADBE    Adobe Systems              30.55     -1.52
SYMC    Symantec Corp              39.06     -3.47
TXT     Textron Inc                26.85     -1.70
ROG     Rogers Corp                29.14     -1.24
IGW     Gold I-Shares              37.22     -2.13

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Recently Overbought With Bearish Signals (Stocks over $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

SWH     Software HOLDRS            26.41     -1.20




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