The earnings party isn’t over yet.
While most of the S&P 500 has reported, there are still hundreds of companies expected to report earnings this week, including many mid and small cap companies.
Also on tap are the retailers, which has been one of the most maligned industries. Will they show a turnaround?
The week starts off with two well-known retailers, including the largest online only home goods retailer.
These companies all have great earnings track records. Can they do it again this quarter?
The Top Earnings Charts to Start the Week
Allergan (, the maker of Botox and Latisse, has a great record of beating with just two misses in the last 5 years. AGN - Free Report)
Aon (has a fantastic chart as shares are hitting new highs going into the earnings report. It also has a great surprise record with just 1 miss in 5 years. AON - Free Report)
Blue Buffalo Pet Products hasn’t missed since its 2015 IPO. It’s in the hot area of all natural pet food but shares have been choppy.
Wayfair (has only missed one time in the last 5 years but shares are stuck in a narrow trading range. Could this be the quarter that sends the shares into the breakout? W - Free Report)
Party City (isn’t an apparel retailer, but investors are still jittery. It has missed twice since the 2015 IPO. Are Americans still shopping for and hosting parties? PRTY - Free Report) Want to Learn How to Trade Options?
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