The FAANG stocks have all reported earnings but that doesn’t mean that earnings season is over. Far from it.
This week, there are over 900 companies reporting, including many small and mid-cap names.
These are companies you know, and may even own, across a wide range of industries including retail, pharmaceuticals, technology, social media and energy.
But with all those companies reporting, which ones should you be keeping an extra close eye on?
5 Must-See Earnings Charts
Crocs (has beat 4 out of the last 5 quarters and shares have busted out to new 5-year highs. Shares are up 126% in the last year. Is it too hot to handle here though? CROX - Free Report)
Applied Optoelectronics (has bounced off its recent lows and is up 16% over the last 3 months. However, it’s still down big in the last year, with shares off 44%. It has a solid track record of beating but is coming off a miss last quarter. Is the turnaround in? AAOI - Free Report)
Sina (is a Chinese media company which is also the parent of Weibo, which is China’s Twitter. It has beat 8 quarters in a row but shares are off 26% in 2018 on trade and tariff jitters. Is this a buying opportunity? SINA - Free Report)
Michael Kors (has a stellar earnings beat track record. It hasn’t missed in over 5 years. However, the shares took a tumble in 2016, along with many other retail accessory names. Shares are well off the bottom, and up 72% over the last year, but have stalled out in 2018. Will this earnings report bust the shares out of this narrow trading range? KORS - Free Report)
Canada Goose (was one of the hottest 2017 IPOs and it continues to be red hot in 2018. Shares are up another 79% in 2018. It has beat twice as a public company but are shares too hot to handle? GOOS - Free Report)
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