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JOY IN JOYG'S EARNINGS?Joy Global reports earnings Wednesday; a profit of 89 cents is expected, an increase of 35% year over year.
I think this stock is ahead of itself, says Joe Terranova. I'm a buyer lower.
FORD RUN DONE? On Tuesday's Halftime Report Fast Money friend Dan Fitzpatrick suggested staying away from Ford because “it's right up against technical resistance."
I also think the run is done, says Karen Finerman.
HOPE FOR HOMEBUILDER?Toll Brothers reports earnings Wednesday; a loss of 50 cents is expected, a 15% decline year over year.
I think a homebuilder like this one is a lottery ticket, says Guy Adami.
SERVICES PICTURE: We'll get a reading on the state of the services industry with the release of ISM Services. A reading of 45 is expected, up slightly from the previous reading of 43. A reading below 50 indicates a contraction.
I think the market will respond the same no matter what the number is, speculates Karen Finerman.
BERNANKE ON THE HILL: Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will testify on the challenges facing the economy before the House Budget Committee.
I think we'll hear about headwinds, says Tim Seymour. Bernanke wants the economy to appear weaker so he can keep rates down.
CRUDE TO CONTINUE CLIMB? The government will release its crude inventories Wednesday. The last reading showed a surprise decline of over 5-million barrels, sending oil soaring 3%.
If stats are bullish and oil doesn't not settle above $70, then I think the run in oil is temporarily over, says Joe Terranova.
FORBES CELEBRITY LIST RELEASED: Forbes releases its annual list of the top earnings celebrities, last year's top ranking celebrity was none other than Oprah.
I expect to see Oprah ontop again, says Tim Seymour. Who can top her?