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5 Hot Earnings Charts

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Earnings season isn’t over yet. While there are only about 50 companies expected to report this week, and another 40 to report next week, the list includes some big technology and retail names that are going to draw attention.

Many of these companies have great track records of beating on earnings.

It’s not easy to beat nearly every quarter for several years. These companies have been doing that even amidst downturns in their industries.

It takes a combination of good management and great communication with the analysts about the outlook to have great earnings track records.

Can these five companies keep their earnings streaks alive?

5 Hot Earnings Charts

1.    Burlington Stores (BURL - Free Report) has one of the best charts in all of retail and even on the Street. It hasn’t missed in 5 years. Impressive. And that’s during some rough times in the retail industry. Will the shares break out on this report?

2.    StitchFix (SFIX - Free Report) hasn’t missed since its 2017 IPO but it’s been a wild ride with a big 2018 sell off. Shares are off those lows, however, but can they hold the gains?

3.    Ulta (ULTA - Free Report) has only missed once in the last 5 years. It used to be the king of retailers with rare double digit comparables. But that success has a price as year-over-year comparisons are now more difficult. Shares are testing the 5-year highs. Will this report get them there?

4.    Cloudera (CLDR - Free Report) hasn’t missed since its 2017 IPO but shares recently traded at new lows at the end of 2018. But like a lot of stocks, it has had a big rebound in 2019. Will it keep it?

5.    Broadcom (AVGO - Free Report) hasn’t missed since Zacks records began in 2015. After a big run up in the shares, they treaded water for most of 2018 but are trying to break out again. Will this report take them to new highs?

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