There are over 800 companies reporting earnings this week but the focus will really be on a couple dozen of the hot big cap names.
FANG, Dow components, big pharma, big cap defense, airlines and some of the hottest restaurant stocks are all set to report earnings.
This week could set the tone for the entire quarter, especially if guidance is also hot.
Netflix has already reported a solid report, but a bunch of the other FANG names are on tap this week.
Can they keep the FANG, and tech magic, going?
5 of the Best Tech Giant Earnings Charts
Alphabet (has an awful earnings surprise record. It misses more than it beats but investors don’t care as it has been growing earnings and revenue at over 20% the last few years. Can it keep it going? GOOGL - Free Report)
Twitter (hasn’t missed since its 2013 IPO. Impressive. And shares are well off the lows now too. Is this social media giant beginning to build momentum? TWTR - Free Report)
Facebook (will have to answer more questions, this time from Wall Street. It has a great earnings surprise track record, having surprised 10 quarters in a row. FB - Free Report)
Amazon (has beat 3 out of the last 4 quarters. Shares are near all- time highs. Investors need to watch AWS and the Whole Foods numbers. How many employees has it added? AMZN - Free Report)
Microsoft (has one of the best earnings charts in big technology. It has beat 7 quarters in a row. Shares are trading near all time highs. MSFT - Free Report) [The author of this article owns shares of GOOGL, FB, AMZN in her personal portfolio.]
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