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Market Wrap:      Markets Digest Economic News

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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MARKET WRAP  (view in courier font for table alignment)
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     11-26-2003            High     Low     Volume Advance/Decline
DJIA     9779.57 + 15.63  9794.68  9706.01 1.35 bln   1846/ 942
NASDAQ   1953.31 + 10.27  1960.31  1930.63 1.48 bln   1767/1307
S&P 100   521.21 +  1.67   521.77   516.68   Totals   4437/1546
S&P 500  1058.45 +  4.56  1058.45  1048.28
RUS 2000  545.31 +  2.13   547.32   539.70
DJ TRANS 2917.27 -  4.05  2941.86  2904.12
VIX        16.23 -  0.48    17.26    16.02
VXO        15.91 -  0.38    17.08    15.81
VXN        25.63 -  0.36    26.82    25.54
Total Volume 3,167M
Total UpVol  2,259M
Total DnVol    840M
52wk Highs     717
52wk Lows       22
TRIN          0.75
PUT/CALL      0.72
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Market Wrap
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Markets Digest Economic News
by James Brown

Heading into the Thanksgiving holiday Wednesday's session began
with investors selling the positive economic news before traders
bought the dip midday and drove stocks into the green by the
close.  The early morning weakness was probably a matter of
digesting the news of which there was plenty to go around.  The
buffet of reports was mostly positive and reaffirmed that the
world's largest economy is indeed on the rebound.  Since many
believe the autumn market's gains were in anticipation of the
news the actual announcements left little incentive to push
stocks higher.  As Art Cashin likes to say, the numbers were
already baked in.

World markets were mixed with Asian exchanges trading higher.
The Japanese NIKKEI jumped 184 points to 10,144, reclaiming the
10K mark.  European stocks were generally lower but losses were
mild.  The U.S. dollar ended the day weaker against the yen and
the euro.  This in turn helped push gold up to $402 an ounce
intraday but gold futures closed the session at $398, up $5.60.
The DJIA stretched its winning streak to three day in a row by
adding more than 15 points to close at 9779.  The NASDAQ
Composite added 10 points closing at 1953.  The S&P 500 index
marked its fourth gain in a row edging up less than five points
to 1058.

The market's strength today was relatively broad based.
Homebuilders, retail, airlines, drugs and transports were the
weakest, all closing in the red but losses were mild.  The best
performers were gold stocks (XAU +2.9%) followed by software,
networking, broker-dealers and oil service stocks.  Market
internals were positive for such a low volume day.  Advancing
stocks climbed past decliners 18 to 9 on the NYSE and 17 to 13 on
the NASDAQ.  Up volume was two to three times down volume on both
exchanges.

Chart of the DJIA


Chart of the NASDAQ



One of the most influential economic reports out today was the
Chicago Purchasing Managers Index (PMI).  The November figures
hit a 9-year high at 64.1 percent.  Estimates had been for a
slight improvement to 56.3 percent from October's 55.0 percent.
Numbers over 50 represent improvement in business conditions.
One of the most compelling ingredients in the PMI was the new
orders component, which jumped to 73.3 in November from 59.2 in
October.  The factory sector in this country has been lagging for
years and we're finally seeing some month over month
improvements.  Unfortunately, we're not seeing factories up their
hiring practices just yet as the employment component slipped
from 53.1 to 48.5 percent.

Investors were also treated to some strong consumer sentiment
numbers per the University of Michigan report.  The consumer
sentiment index hit 93.7 in November up from 89.6 in October.
This was the highest level since May 2002.  Those surveyed felt
optimistic as the current conditions component edged up to 102.5
in November up from 99 in October.  The expectations component
also made gains with November hitting 88.1 compared to 83.0 in
October.

The Durable Goods report was very bullish as well.  The consumer
has been carrying our economy but we're finally beginning to see
signs that business will open their wallets soon.  The Commerce
Department said orders for durable goods, those made to last more
than three years, rose 3.3 percent in October.  This is great
news but it gets sweeter when you also figure that September's
numbers were revised higher to a 2.1 percent gain.  October was
the fastest pace in more than a year with the past six months
soaring almost 10 percent.  Wall Street focused on the core
capital goods orders, which many view as a business spending
forecast.  The core capital goods orders rose 1.7 percent on top
of September's 5.8 percent.  It's about time corporations started
spending some money because consumer spending was flat in
October.  Personal spending numbers were down 0.6 percent in
September and remained unchanged in October despite a 0.4 percent
increase in personal income.  If you're a glass is half full type
of person then the personal spending figures might show consumers
taking a breather after a strong summer and now they're rested
and ready for this holiday shopping season.

Speaking of holiday spending the Federal Reserve released their
Beige Book report and the authors seemed rather optimistic for
this year's holiday retail sales.  The Beige Book said the
economy has continued to expand in October and early November (no
surprise there) and that manufacturing was improving.  While the
authors were disappointed that factory hiring had not picked up
they did feel that labor conditions were generally stable or
improving nationwide.  We see the same improving labor conditions
in this morning's initial jobless claims.  The Labor Department
said jobless claims dropped another 11,000 to 351,000.  This was
the lowest level in jobless claims sine George W. Bush took
office.

The improving labor conditions will also be a boon for the
already hot housing market.  The October new home sales report
was out this morning and sales slipped 3.5 percent to an annual
rate of 1.105 million homes.  Analysts were not concerned as
October's sales still ranked as the fifth highest on record.
Plus the Mortgage Bankers Association said mortgage applications
grew for the second week in a row.

Hardly a day goes by that we don't hear some new development in
the ongoing mutual fund scandal.  Today's news was a surprise as
Bank One (ONE) reported late in the trading day that it expects
the SEC to take enforcement action against the bank's mutual fund
advisor.  ONE is the country's sixth largest bank and hopes to
reach a settlement with the SEC without litigation.

All U.S. markets will be closed tomorrow for the Thanksgiving
holiday.  Friday will be a shortened trading day with both the
bond market and the stock markets closing early.  The commodities
market will reopen on Monday.  It could be a rather quiet session
with no economic reports and probably very little volume as most
major market players will be absent.  Fortunately, the markets
have a very strong historical trend of gaining on the Friday
after Thanksgiving.  I would not be surprised to see the VXO (old
VIX) volatility index hit yet another new low as the afternoon
bounce from today continues over into Friday.

Personally, I want to say thank you to all of our readers.  I
encourage all of you to take time on Thursday to truly appreciate
our freedoms we have in this country.  If you are blessed enough
to have family close by then give them a hug and let them know
what you're thankful for.  If not, then there is always the
phone.  I'm sure they'd be happy to hear from you.  My heart also
goes out to all of our brave men and women serving overseas no
matter where you are.  For those of you who have come home
wounded, you have my utmost respect.

Happy Thanksgiving!



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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.
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Value Plays With Bullish Signals
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TOT     Total Sa (ADS)             80.40    +1.07
MO      Altria Group Inc           51.90    +1.08
MER     Merrill Lynch & Co         56.54    +0.56
E       Eni Spa (ADS)              84.35    +1.05
CVX     Chevrontexaco Corp         75.25    +0.68
WYE     Wyeth                      40.15    +2.40


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Breakout to Upside (Stocks $5 to $20)
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CACC    Credit Acceptance Corp     14.93    +1.10
CCRN    Cross Country Healthcare   15.14    +1.19
SEAC    Seachange Intl Inc         15.20    +1.05


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Breakout to Upside (Stocks over $20)
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RTP    Rio Tinto Plc (ADR)         98.26    +2.76
TEVA   Teva Pharm Ind              59.75    +1.45
AGN    Allergan Inc                75.90    +4.14
HRB    H&R Block Inc               53.41    +4.01


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Breakout to Downside (Stocks over $20)
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LLY     Eli Lilly & Co             69.30    -1.37
DLTR    Dollar Tree Stores Inc     31.63    -2.78
IMDC    Inamed Corporation         77.36    -3.27


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Recently Overbought With Bearish Signals (Stocks over $20)
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                                                    section 2 of 2
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In section two:

Tech Stocks
  New Bullish Plays:     NXTL
  Bullish Play Updates:  ZBRA

Active Trader (Non-tech)
  Bullish Play Updates:  FLIR, JCP
  Bearish Play Updates:  MCK

High Risk/Reward
  Bullish Play Updates:  HPC, JNPR, RAD, STLD
  Closed Bearish Plays:  SLR


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Net Bulls (NB) Tech Stock section
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NEW PLAYS
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  New Bullish Plays
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Nextel Comms - NXTL - close: 92.88 change: -26.88 stop: 23.00

Company Description:
Nextel has come a long ways since its humble beginnings as a
radio dispatch company.  Providing mobile phone service, two-way
radio dispatch, and paging services to business users; all
through one Motorola handset, the company is growing into a major
digital wireless services provider.  NXTL's digital network
(Digital Mobile Network) constitutes one of the country's largest
integrated wireless communications systems utilizing a single
transmission technology.  NXTL has specialized mobile radio
spectrum holdings in and around every major business and
population center in the U.S., including all of the top 50
metropolitan areas.

Why we like it:
After bottoming near $2.50 nearly a year and a half ago, shares
of NXTL have had a major run, up tenfold in that period of time.
The rise has been measured and steady over that period, with each
breakout consolidating at higher levels and then repeating the
process.  After pulling back earlier this month, the stock began
a strong launch on Monday and capped that off with a strong
breakout today for a more than 3.8% gain.  What is really
puzzling about the stock's strength this week is that the
government-mandated number portability was supposed to be a
problem for the wireless carriers.  NXTL's strength appears to be
driven by a couple of factors this week.  First up is the bad
news from AT&T Wireless, as that competitor is having problems
with new activations, with delays lasting up to 3 weeks.
Consumers will go where they can get service and investors appear
to be perceiving this as a win for NXTL.  But more importantly,
yesterday Moody's affirmed NXTL's ratings and changed their
outlook from stable to positive.

While an argument could be made for resistance near current
levels, the weekly chart shows that the next significant
resistance level is found near $30.  Also, we need to be
cognizant of potential resistance near $26, at the bottom of the
February 2002 gap down.  Issuing a series of buy signals since
last March, the PnF chart looks strongly bullish and the only
thing that really gives us any pause is the fact that the bullish
price target from the PnF chart is $25, right where it ended
Wednesday's rally.  Chasing this rally higher doesn't seem to be
the most prudent move right now, with price closing just above
the upper Bollinger band.  But any pullback into the $24.00-24.25
area looks like a great entry point on the rebound.  There should
now be strong support near $24, backed up by the 10-dma ($23.67),
20-dma ($23.80) and the 30-dma ($23.41).  With all of that strong
support, we can use a stop at $23 and target a rise up to the $30
resistance level, providing a very nice balance of risk to reward
on the play.

Annotated Chart of NXTL:


Picked on November 26th at  $25.27
Change since picked          +0.00
Earnings Date              1/15/04 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume =    17.0 mln




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PLAY UPDATES
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  Bullish Play Updates
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Zebra Tech - ZBRA - close: 63.16 change: +2.18  stop: 58.99*new*

This week, ZBRA broke out of its latest bull flag and climbed to
a new closing high.  We're raising our stop to $58.69, just
beneath 30-dma and the support that should now be offered by that
bull flag.  Conservative traders might raise their stops to their
entry levels.

All oscillators remain in bullish mode, with MACD turning up
again, perhaps preparing to erase the bearish divergence that had
been building.  However, RSI and stochastics have been trending a
long while in territory indicating overbought conditions and it
may soon be time for ZBRA to consolidate or pull back and digest
recent gains.   Pullbacks and bounces from above $61.00 might
make good entries, but be aware that volume has not been
expanding with ZBRA's climb to new highs.  That lack of
confirmation concerns us somewhat, so forego pullback-and-bounce
entries if volume should expand on the pullback and not expand on
the bounce.

Annotated Chart for ZBRA:


Picked on Nov 19 at  60.20
Change since picked: +2.96
Earnings Date:    10/23/04 (confirmed)
Average Daily Volume:  618 thousand





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Stock Bottom / Active Trader (AT) section
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PLAY UPDATES
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  Bullish Play Updates
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FLIR Systems - FLIR - close: 34.48 change: -0.22 stop: 32.00

FLIR is building a pattern of a breakout, then a consolidation
day and then another breakout.  Last Friday was the breakout that
finally lured us into the play and after a brief consolidation on
Monday, the stock launched higher to a new all-time high.
Today's session saw the bulls challenge the $35 resistance level
before giving in to some profit taking.  FLIR dropped back
shortly after the open to spend the rest of the day drifting
between support at $34.25 and resistance at $34.50.  Not exactly
exciting.  Friday's shortened session isn't likely to provide any
more excitement either, as volume should be very light.  But a
brief dip back to the $34.00 or even $33.50 support levels might
be just what we need for a fresh entry point.  Of course, we
don't want to just buy the dip.  We need to wait for the rebound
before entry.  A breakout over $35 next week can be used for
momentum entries, but with light volume, we don't expect that
scenario to unfold on Friday.  Maintain stops at $32.

Picked on November 23rd at  $33.90
Change since picked          +0.58
Earnings Date              1/21/03 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume =       422 K




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J.C. Penney Co. - JCP - close: 25.08  change: +0.15  stop: 22.95

Wednesday's economic data showed that consumer spending remained
flat in October according to a Commerce Department report, but
that report breaks spending into durable and non-durable
categories.  Spending on non-durables increased 0.3 percent,
while the spending on durable goods dropped 1.9 percent.  Real
disposable incomes increased 0.4 percent.  These figures all met
expectations and did not sway guest economists on CNBC from
reiterating expectations for a strong holiday season.

With retailer WMT remaining a drag on the S&P Retail Index
$RLX.X, the index fell.  JCP performed better, eking out its
highest daily close since early 2002.  While JCP managed a gain,
however, it closed slightly below its open, printing its second
doji or near-doji in a row.  MACD remains bullish, but RSI and
stochastics both hint at a slight flattening.  JCP may need to
consolidate or pull back to the braided averages near $24.00
before making a new assault on recent highs.

Pullbacks and bounces from above $24.00 would be appropriate for
new entries, but JCP is too close to our $28.50 target to
consider new momentum entries on breakouts.

Annotated Chart for JCP:


Picked on Nov 21 at  24.45
Change since picked: +0.73
Earnings Date:    11/11/03 (confirmed)
Average Daily Volume:  2.5 million




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  Bearish Play Updates
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McKesson Corp. - MCK - close: 28.95 change: +0.26 stop: 30.30

Last Friday's sharp drop in shares of MCK looked like the
precursor to a major breakdown, but with the rebound in the broad
market, that elusive event has yet to arrive.  The stock has been
consolidating in a very narrow range this week, finding support
near $28.50 and resistance at the converging 10-dma ($29.16) and
20-dma ($29.22).  If this play is to perform as expected, then
we'll need to see a rollover below those moving averages, leading
to our expected breakdown.  Remember, we're using a trigger at
$28, so no positions should be taken before that breakdown
occurs.  Once the play has been triggered, our stop at $30.30
(just over the 11/14 high) should be sufficient to keep us out of
trouble.

Picked on November 23rd at  $28.26
Change since picked          +0.69
Earnings Date              1/22/03 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume =    1.71 mln






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HIGH RISK/HIGH REWARD (HR) section
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PLAY UPDATES
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  Bullish Play Updates
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Hercules Inc. - HPC - close: 10.40 change: -0.04  stop: 9.99

HPC keeps attempting to vault above our trigger, but hasn't yet
been able to do so.  RSI tilts over, perhaps indicating that HPC
will need to retreat toward the grouped averages just below
before making another assault on the trigger.

The trading pattern we see is a bullish right triangle, with the
most probable resolution of that pattern being an upside
breakout.  Since HPC has been coming closer to the trigger each
day, it's possible that it could rise just high enough to trigger
the play before falling back into the triangle to regroup.
Verify that volume expands and confirms the breakout before
entering.

Annotated Chart for HPC:


Picked on Nov 14 at  10.36
Change since picked: +0.04
Earnings Date:    10/30/03 (confirmed)
Average Daily Volume:  864 thousand



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Juniper Networks - JNPR - close: 18.67 change: +0.04 stop: 16.90

It took a few days for our expected bounce to arrive, but JNPR
launched higher on Monday and has been steadily adding to its
gains through this holiday-shortened week.  Key resistance at $19
is looming just overhead, reinforced by the midline of the
ascending channel.  A break above that point should have the
bulls getting bolder and will set the stage for a rally up
towards the top of the channel, now at $21.  Intraday dips near
the 20-dma ($18.21) have been finding buyers, so another rebound
from that average looks good for new entries.  Momentum entries
can be considered on a break above $19, although it may be more
prudent to wait for a push above the early November high ($19.38)
before chasing JNPR higher.  Raise stops to $17.20, which is just
below last week's low, as well as the 50-dma ($17.31).

Picked on November 19th at  $17.69
Change since picked          +0.98
Earnings Date              1/08/03 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume =    10.2 mln





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Rite Aid - RAD - close: 6.11  change: 0.02 stop: 5.75

RAD reported this week that sales of THE CAT IN THE HAT movie-
related goods had been strong at RAD stores.  RAD sells exclusive
designs developed in partnership with Universal Studios.  That
may be good news for RAD investors, as front-of-the-store items
have higher margins.  RAD lists a number of other holiday gift
items in its promotions, hoping to cash in on the expected strong
holiday sales.

Despite those expected strong holiday sales, retailers declined
Wednesday, with drugstore companies such as RAD, WAG, and CVS all
printing various versions of potential reversal signals.  RAD's
version was a gravestone doji, but RAD maintained prices above
its 10-dma.  Both RSI and stochastics still rise.  Volume was
only a little more than half average daily volume, typical of a
consolidation day.  Because of that doji, play participants or
those considering entries might be watchful for an open Friday
below the doji, as such an opening could signal a likely
confirmation of the potential reversal signal.  New participants
should now wait until a volume-backed move over Friday's high,
which would be a breakout above the descending trendline that had
capped recent highs.  We would like to see MACD turn up and
volume expand on such a breakout.  Others might prefer to wait
for a breakout above the November 7 high of $6.33.

Annotated Chart for RAD:


Picked on Nov 05 at   5.95
Change since picked: +0.16
Earnings Date:    09/25/03 (confirmed)
Average Daily Volume:  3.5 million



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Steel Dynamics - STLD - close: 20.32 change: +0.51  stop: 17.99

STLD climbed Wednesday on stronger-than-average daily volume,
breaking back above $20.00 and achieving a new daily closing
high.  Volume had been rising throughout the week as STLD rose
from its recently tested support.  RSI turned up again and MACD
hooked up, trying to make another bullish cross from above
signal.

US Steel (X) also gained, with X's gains made on double average
daily volume.  Although our STLD play can be volatile due to the
geopolitical factors that impact it, we're feeling good about its
performance.  New entries can be found at intraday bounces from
above its 10-dma.

Annotated Chart for STLD:


Picked on Nov 12 at  19.78
Change since picked: +0.54
Earnings Date:    10/22/03 (confirmed)
Average Daily Volume:  359 thousand





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CLOSED PLAYS
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  Closed Bearish Plays
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Solectron Corp. - SLR - close: 5.81 change: +0.30 Stop: 5.85

It is uncanny the frequency with which this market is delivering
these one-day bear traps.  SLR broke down last week, giving us
the confirmation on the double-top pattern, with the stock
trading as low as $5.11.  That was as good as it got though, as
the buyers appeared, helping the stock to consolidate just below
$5.60 before today's more than 5% advance.  While today's rally
didn't quite trigger our stop, it seems clear that it won't take
much to get the job done on Friday.  Today's gain broke the 6-
week descending trendline and pushed SLR over the 30-dma on a
closing basis for the first time in over a month.  There's no
sense playing the wait-and-hope game.  SLR went against us and it
is time to cut bait.

Picked on November 16th at  $5.58
Change since picked         +0.23
Earnings Date            12/22/03 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume =   5.41 mln






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