Here are the 20 non-REIT S&P 500 companies expected to show the largest increases in non-GAAP earnings per share this earnings season:
Company Ticker Industry Consensus non-GAAP quarterly EPS estimate Non-GAAP EPS - year earlier Expected increase
First Solar Inc. US:FSLR Electronic Components $0.28 $0.04 605%
News Corp. Class A US:NWSA Publishing $0.06 $0.01 474%
Adobe Systems Inc. US:ADBE Packaged Software $0.45 $0.12 271%
This income issue has heldup quite well in the bond route. The problem with this investment is that the bid/ask spread is formidable making it impossible to get out of once you are in
I was talking in after hours, apparently I was correct. Market open will see big down vol. That will be capitulation IMO!!! Perhaps, that will be a time to buy. Too late to sell IMO!!
Briefly dipped below 21. I just have a small position @ 24.75, so no panic, I am holding. If it gaps to 20 on open, will probably double down as a contrarian play.
thx, so the buyer of the 80 puts is expecting the stock to fall. The puts will rise as the stock falls and is not expecting the stock to rise above 80. Could have purchased 78 puts, but believes the stock goes no place but down from here. Correct?
someone want to explain this to a non-options trader. In my view, it tells me this puppy is sinkin'. Tell me why i'm wrong before i buy thx
All well said, but they chanted over again "the honeymoon with Nadella is over" while granted Tim Cook one of the best industry has to offer. Last night "fade the move, sell" was the mantra they chanted. ALL of them as they continue to associate MS with only the desktop and Win
The perpetual trashing of msft even after earnings perplexes me. They don't understand the company. Their closing statement on msft looked staged IMO as they ALL said"DUMP" at 44. That was so scripted .as is the perpetual pump of apple products. Now I know
like clockwork, bounces off 50D to the penny. I am showing a slight uptick in vol since 1st week of Mar. biib holds then up $1.58 after hours, looks like time to get back in