Stocks to Watch

Markets are finally coming to grips with the disconnect between the domestic economy, earnings expectations and valuations.
But that gives me no confidence to go long.
The tech stocks are uniquely international, and we keep hearing about strength in Asia, Europe and the BRICs.
Banks, rates and what we think technically at this juncture; plus a look at JPM.
XOM is bouncing off its 52-week low and yields a steady 3.7%.
DEO ADRs are poised for a strong upside move; I'll drink to that!
After another technical look at GSK, this FTSE component is still going strong.
But what will be most important is whether support stays strong and the buyers show interest in the afternoon.
Consider giving energy giant Royal Dutch Shell (RDS) the royal treatment above $56.
Despite the Federal investigation, the numbers released this morning will drive a breakout in this name.

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