An Earning Season is an important financial event and a new opportunity to grow as an investor. During the Earnings weeks, investors follow the markets more closely to spot new trading opportunities. The year’s four Earnings Seasons can also be used as a benchmark to hone your goals and methodology as a trader as well as learn how to manage risk more efficiently.
|Tue, July 18||Bank of America (BAC), Morgan Stanley (MS)|
|Wed, July 19||Tesla (TSLA), Goldman Sachs (GS) Netflix (NFLX), IBM(IBM)|
|Tue, July 25||Alphabet (GOOGL), Microsoft Corp (MSFT)|
|Wed, July 26||Meta Platform (META) Coca-Cola (KO)|
|Thu, 27 July||Mastercard (MA), Roku Inc (ROKU)|
|Tue, 1 Aug||Uber (UBER)|
|Thu, 3 Aug||Alibaba Group (BABA), Apple Inc (AAPL), Airnbn (ABNB), Amazon (AMZN)|
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The Q2 Earnings Season properly starts mid-July with many banking heavyweights reporting their quarterly financial results. Those include JP Morgan Chase (JPM), Wells Fargo (WFC), Citigroup (C), BlackRock (BLK), Bank of America (BAC), and Goldman Sachs (GS). The US banking sector is currently facing the most significant shift since the 2008 financial crisis. Half of the country’s banks could potentially be bought by competitors in the course of the next decade.
Later in the month, earnings continue with Big Tech's "usual suspects" including IBM (IBM), Netflix (NFLX), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Coca-Cola (COKE) Mastercard (MA), and more.
Will their results reverse the bearish sentiment, and, if they fail to meet analyst expectations, what sort of short-selling opportunities could be found in FAANG and Banking stocks?
There are certain financial events during the year that could cause price swings, and the earnings season is one of them. Earnings season takes place four times a calendar year and two weeks after the last month of the quarter. During that time, the majority of publicly listed companies disclose their quarterly earnings.
Earning reports reveal a lot about the fundamentals of a company and could contain a lot of tradeable information that affects the stock market. Analysts, investors, and the media alike await the earnings reports with bated breath to see the progress of major companies.
Every earnings season is a unique opportunity to gain valuable market insight. Understanding how earnings season works could help you improve your trading skills and widen your understanding of the stock market. It gives insight into a company’s management and it highlights the importance of trading with a plan instead of playing a guessing game.
As a trader, you can use earnings season as a benchmark to build a solid trading strategy or to make sure that your existing investment strategy is still valid. You can also use it as a reference to identify Bellwether stocks, meaning stocks whose performance can reflect the overall state of the market. Ultimately the earnings season can help you learn how to measure the pulse of the stock market and the pulse of the economy at large.
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