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The Most Talked About Earnings Charts This Week

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It’s a busy week for earnings with over 1400 companies expected to report. While FAANG has already reported, there are still plenty of popular companies that will be reporting this week, including big names in the restaurant, tech, retail, energy and travel industries.

These 5 companies are some of the most talked about earnings charts this week. Two of the companies have not missed since 2018 which is impressive given the pandemic.

Others also have good earnings surprise track records.

Can they hold onto their earnings surprise streaks?

The Most Talked About Earnings Charts This Week

1.    YETI Holdings Inc. (YETI - Free Report)

YETI hasn’t missed on earnings since its 2018 IPO. That’s impressive given the pandemic.

But shares are fallen 37% year-to-date, although they have rallied in the last month, adding 16.2%, and are now off the worst of the 2022 sell-off.

YETI isn’t cheap, with a forward P/E of 17.5.

Is YETI a deal?

2.    Crocs Inc. (CROX - Free Report)

Crocs has only missed twice in the last 5 years and the last miss was in 2020 when the coronavirus hit. That’s impressive given the supply chain and other challenges facing the retailers.

Crocs shares have fallen 43% year-to-date but have staged a massive rally over the last month, jumping 51%.

It’s cheap, with a forward P/E of just 6.8.

Is Crocs still oversold?

3.    Shake Shack Inc. (SHAK - Free Report)

Shake Shack has only missed one time in the last 5 years and it was in early 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic began.

That’s impressive given the COVID outbreaks, staffing problems, and inflationary pressures restaurants have faced.

Shake Shack shares are down 30% year-to-date but have rallied 23.5% over the last month.

Earnings are expected to fall 433% to a loss of $0.32 from a loss of $0.06 last year.

Is the worst priced into Shake Shack?

4.    Twilio (TWLO - Free Report)

Twilio continues to execute as it has a perfect 5-year earnings surprise track record, even during the pandemic.

But Twilio shares have sunk in 2022 anyway, falling 66% year-to-date.

It doesn’t have positive earnings, so there’s no P/E. Twilio is expected to lose $0.40 this year.

Is Twilio oversold?

5.    EOG Resources (EOG - Free Report)

EOG Resources has only missed once in the last 7 quarters and that miss was in early 2022.

Energy has been among the best performing sectors in 2022. Shares of EOG Resources are up 21% year-to-date.

It pays a core dividend yielding 2.7% but is also doing a big share buyback and other shareholder friendly activities as free cash flow soars.

EOG Resources is cheap with a forward P/E of just 6.8.

Is this a buying opportunity in EOG Resources?