Q3 Quarterly Earnings Deep Dive
With earnings season fast approaching, key tickers (like Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Tesla, Netflix, and Google) will experience directional moves going into earnings, which make for great trading opportunities (if you know where to look).
Want to know where to focus this earnings season? Watch Danielle's live session breaking down earnings.
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Since Danielle is out this week for spring break, Allison Ostrander, Director of Risk Tolerance, will cover how she’s used her Divergent Bar indicator for short-term earnings trades. This tool has allowed Allison to take low-risk trades prior to an earnings announcement with a good probability of following through with a higher high. She’ll also review how this indicator signals the path of least resistance heading into the next quarter. One of my favorite, and maybe one of my more … Read more
Hey Traders! It’s only Tuesday, yet so much has already occurred in the market. Bank news rattled the markets last week and continued rattling them over the weekend. CPI data hit this morning, and it was in line with expectations. I view that as a positive because anything other than an inline reading could have been disastrous for the market after last week’s bank stress. The Fed has another policy meeting next week, and now, in addition to inflation, they … Read more
The indexes have been sloppy, in addition to being relatively weak. The choppiness has some benefits, though, as this choppiness has meant that squeezes are consolidating everywhere. I can’t say I recall a time in which I have seen so many squeezes across so many different indexes and sectors simultaneously. What does that mean? It means that pressure is building, and it’s ready to break out. Let’s look at the Nasdaq futures daily chart below. We are stuck between about … Read more
Hey traders! Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is shaking markets again, and it’s time to look for tickers we can short on the way back down. To do this, I like to look for relative weakness stocks in sectors also demonstrating bearish setups. I like to do this via bearish butterflies because it gives me the best risk to reward and a trade with a low debit, especially when compared to buying puts. Checkout my video newsletter on the Consumer Discretionary … Read more
Mortgage Rates If you haven’t heard, mortgage rates just hit 7% again. The 10-year treasury index, and rates along with it, are hitting highs not seen since last October when rates topped out. We got a bit of a reprieve on the upwards trajectory of rates throughout December and January, and the icy-cold housing market picked up a bit, sparking some hope. But, that pullback in rates was nothing more than the completion of a very bullish chart pattern in … Read more
Hey Traders! Yesterday, I joined Charles Payne for Earnings Watchlist Monday, along with my take on Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders. Check it out here: Warren Buffett is arguably one of the best investors of all time. I think we can take a lot of tidbits from him and his annual letter to shareholders. Here are a few of my favorite nuggets: “Please note particularly that we own publicly-traded stocks based on our expectations about their long-term business performance, … Read more
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