This is the week everyone waits for during earnings season.
Over 400 companies are reporting this week, so it’s not the busiest of the season, but it does include many of the popular and well-known big cap stocks, including most of FAANG.
With so much going on in the global economy, including trade tensions, slowing Chinese growth, Brexit and the partial US government shutdown, that may or may not be over, many of the big multinational companies may shed some light on the impacts of one or more of these.
But which companies have the best earnings charts this week?
There are certain stocks that everyone will be watching this week, including these five names.
The problem is, they all don’t have stellar earnings charts.
It just goes to show you, it’s hard to beat the earnings estimate every quarter for years.
5 Earnings All Stars Charts You Must See
- eBay (EBAY - Free Report) hasn’t missed since Zacks data began in 2015. Shares had a tough 2018, falling over 30%. They’ve rebounded off the lows, however, on news of an activist investor. Can they keep their momentum?
- Apple (AAPL - Free Report) has missed only once in the last 5 years but it has already warned on this quarter’s earnings in a rare pre-announcement. Will they say anything on the conference call that will turn the shares higher or is the Cult of Apple over?
- Microsoft (MSFT - Free Report) has a gorgeous chart as shares have retraced some of 2018’s weakness. It has a great track record of beating, having missed only twice in the last 5 years. Impressive. Will a great report push these shares up to new highs?
- Tesla (TSLA - Free Report) is the beast to all the other beauties. It has an awful earnings track record, but does anyone care if it misses? What is said on the conference call is usually seen as more important. Does Elon Musk still have the magic or has that changed?
- Visa (V - Free Report) is the best chart on the Street, period. It hasn’t missed since its 2008 IPO. Incredible. Shares are up 766% from its IPO versus just 101% for the S&P 500. Shares have also rebounded off the 2018 softness. Is this stock ready to resume its epic climb?
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