We are still hostage to the nukes. If there is a meltdown, obviously the markets will keep digging. If there is no melt down, and the dust settles within Japan, they can start to rebuild, and a sense of normalcy comes to the markets.
These names look interesting based on the oversold condition, and the demand needed for the rebuild: FCX, CAT and GS
I day traded this today because of the nuke thesis uncertainty. With the reduction of uncertainty, it should over come the 52 heavy resistance and could re-test 60 fairly easily.
CAT has not seen an oversold condition in 6 months. Its pullback is minor, but due to the need of CAT services on top of the already impressive global demand, now maybe a good time to enter.
GS is purely technical. It has seen a nice pull back, and is near its historically very strong support, the 500 SMA.