Over 700 companies will report earnings this week including a bunch of the technology titans and the glamour stocks.
But lost in the shuffle are some of the big cap names who have amazing earnings surprise track records and whose shares are trading at or near 5-year highs.
It’s not easy to beat every quarter, or nearly every quarter for 5 years. That’s a management team that has endured through geopolitical events, manufacturing slowdowns, errant weather and, now, rising interest rates and tariffs.
These 5 companies have the best charts on the Street this week.
5 Spectacular Earnings Charts to Watch This Week
Edwards Lifesciences (has missed just one time in the last 5 years. It’s an impressive track record. Shares hit a new high recently but have pulled back. Still, it remains one of the hottest stocks on the Street. EW - Free Report)
Northrop Grumman (has missed just twice in the past 5 years. Shares have been slowly declining in 2018 as investors lock in their profit in the defense names. Could this be a buying opportunity in the industry? NOC - Free Report)
Boston Scientific (has missed only once in the past 5 years. Unlike a lot of other hot stocks, shares continued to break out in 2018, gaining 45% year-to-date. Will this quarter send them back to new highs? BSX - Free Report)
Visa (is a beast. It has the best chart on the Street. Period. This week or any week. It hasn’t missed in over 5 years and shares are still trading near their all-time highs. Is the recent pullback a buying opportunity? V - Free Report)
CME Group (is the one hot stock that has been overlooked by the Street. Shares are up 25% year-to-date and are trading at their new 5-year highs even with the recent market pullback yet it still doesn’t get the love from the financial media. Not many stocks have held onto their momentum but can CME Group keep it going into this report? CME - Free Report)
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