The site will be unavailable in 26 minutes for scheduled maintenance.

Use access key #2 to skip to page content.

IBDvalueinvestin (99.68)

Big Heavyweights reporting after hours today and pre-market Wed.

Recs

2

July 21, 2009 – Comments (2)

After the close earnings today:


aan
amd
algt
amln
aapl
athr
bxp
chrw
chic
cnh
fult
gild
hbhc
ibkc
infn
lltc
manh
mrtn
nbr
ptv
pnfb
ptp
ppdi
qlgc
rcrc
rhi
stx
slm
sfg
sbux
syk
supx
vfc
vocs
wsii
yhoo

---------------------------------------------------

Before the open earnings Wed. :

apd
aai
ati
mo
abfs
atmi
bk
ba
bpsg
csl
cfr
dal
dpz
lly
entg
gntx
genz
hst
hub.b
iclr
igte
itw
imn
key
nite
lny
lii
meg
mksi
ms
nci
ntrs
nwpx
nvr
odfl
pep
pfe
ptec
pjc
pds
rimg
seic
slgn
stj
swk
su
sti
tcb
tnb
usb
usg
wfc
whr
wit

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On July 21, 2009 at 12:12 PM, IBDvalueinvestin (99.68) wrote:

I wouldn't be surprised if shorts use this little dip intraday to cover short-term shorts ahead of those earnings later today and pre-market Wed.

The earnings so far have beaten on almost a 9 to 1 ratio so far.

 

Report this comment
#2) On July 21, 2009 at 12:37 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

Earnings may have exceeded weak expectations almost 9 to 1, but revenues are down 10%+ probably 9 to 1.  If the markets are forward looking, shouldn't the market be crashing on this kind of news?  Q3 and Q4 earnings could be terrible when there are no asset sales, and one-time cost cutting measures to create a profit.  Wage cuts, and layoffs may have lasting effects, but sales are still weak.  Recent earnings reports have only convinced me that future earnings will be terrible...and the market should be ignoring current earnings and looking ahead.

Report this comment

Featured Broker Partners


Advertisement