14 Stocks That Just Crossed Their 200-Day Moving Averages

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 |  Includes: BBT, CCK, CHKP, DHR, DOX, FNF, FNFG, HBI, LM, LNCR, PKG, SWK, USB, VFC
by: Kapitall

Here is a list of stocks in an upward trend that are about to release earnings reports. Details of the screen:

  • All stocks are set to report earnings over the next week
  • All of these stocks just crossed above their 200-day moving averages
  • To control the quality of the list, we only focus on companies with market caps higher than $2.0B

Here is an interactive chart of all the companies mentioned in this article. More detailed analysis follows below. (Click to enlarge)

In this note, we'll focus on dividend yields and institutional trading activity in these stocks.

1. BB&T Corp. (NYSE:BBT): Regional Bank (Mid-Atlantic). Market cap of $19.79B, dividend yield of 2.1%. Institutional investors, who currently own 51.94% of the company, increased holdings by 7.36% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 22.

2. Crown Holdings Inc. (NYSE:CCK): Packaging & Containers Industry. Market cap of $4.21B. Institutional investors, who currently own 84.26% of the company, reduced holdings by -1.82% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 19.

3. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:CHKP): Security Software & Services Industry. Market cap of $7.95B. Institutional investors, who currently own 51.11% of the company, boosted holdings by 2.78% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 21.

4. Danaher Corp. (NYSE:DHR): Conglomerates Industry. Market cap of $24.73B, dividend yield of 0.21%. Institutional investors, who currently own 72.01% of the company, reduced holdings by -0.11% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 22.

5. Amdocs Ltd. (NASDAQ:DOX): Business Software & Services Industry. Market cap of $5.89B. Institutional investors, who currently own 84.39% of the company, increased holdings by 6.21% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 21.

6. Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (NYSE:FNF): Surety & Title Insurance Industry. Market cap of $3.22B, dividend yield of 5.14%. Institutional investors, who currently own 69.33% of the company, reduced holdings by -2.77% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 21.

7. First Niagara Financial Group Inc. (NASDAQ:FNFG): Savings & Loans Industry. Market cap of $2.79B, dividend yield of 4.19%. Institutional investors, who currently own 74.1% of the company, reduced holdings by -1.38% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 22.

8. HanesBrands Inc. (NYSE:HBI): Apparel Clothing Industry. Market cap of $2.47B. Institutional investors, who currently own 84.76% of the company, increased holdings by 0.04% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 22.

9. Legg Mason Inc. (NYSE:LM): Asset Management Industry. Market cap of $4.92B, dividend yield of 0.53%. Institutional investors, who currently own 89.75% of the company, reduced holdings by -2.34% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 19.

10. Lincare Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:LNCR): Home Health Care Industry. Market cap of $2.70B, dividend yield of 0.74%. Institutional investors, who currently own 95% of the company, increased holdings by 1.9% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 19.

11. Packaging Corp. of America (NYSE:PKG): Packaging & Containers Industry. Market cap of $2.35B, dividend yield of 2.63%. Institutional investors, who currently own 89.5% of the company, reduced holdings by -2.91% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 19.

12. Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. (NYSE:SWK): Machine Tools & Accessories Industry. Market cap of $8.67B, dividend yield of 2.44%. Institutional investors, who currently own 76.71% of the company, reduced holdings by -15.58% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 21.

13. U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB): Regional Bank (Midwest). Market cap of $46.83B, dividend yield of 0.82%. Institutional investors, who currently own 62.2% of the company, reduced holdings by -5.05% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 21.

14. V.F. Corporation (NYSE:VFC): Apparel Clothing Industry. Market cap of $8.39B, dividend yield of 3.15%. Institutional investors, who currently own 85.11% of the company, reduced holdings by -4% over the last 3 months. Earnings due on July 22.

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