Over 700 companies will report earnings this week including a bunch of the technology titans and the glamour stocks.
These five companies are the names that will be on everyone’s lips this week. Several of them have outstanding earnings surprise track records which isn’t easy to do. It takes more than just finessing the numbers to beat nearly every quarter for 5 years.
Some of these stocks are near new 5-year highs while others have gone the other way.
Will the losers become the winners this earnings season?
5 Tech Earnings Charts Everyone Will Be Watching
Microsoft (has beat 9 quarters in a row. The stock is one of the few big technology companies that still has upward momentum. Shares are up 26% year-to-date. Can it keep its earnings streak intact? MSFT - Free Report)
Amazon (has beat 4 quarters in a row but shares are now off their highs. It has posted several big beats in the last few quarters. Will it do it again this time? AMZN - Free Report)
Alphabet (has beat 5 out of the last 6 quarters. Shares are basically flat year-to-date. What will excite investors about this company heading into the end of the year? GOOGL - Free Report)
Twitter (hasn’t missed since 2015. That’s an impressive track record. But investors are more concerned about revenue and subscriber growth than they are the earnings miss or beat. Is the recent pullback in the shares a buying opportunity? TWTR - Free Report)
Snap Inc. (has fallen 54% year-to-date to new all-time lows on fears that Instagram has taken market share. It has only missed one time since its 2017 IPO but investors haven’t cared about that. What will save this stock? SNAP - Free Report) [In full disclosure, the author of this article owns shares of MSFT, AMZN and GOOGL in her personal portfolio.]
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