[Watch Now]: Let’s Talk About These Banks Crushing Earnings!

With the trading week wrapping up I joined “Boom Bust” alongside Adam Mesh to talk all about earnings… specifically how the earnings reports beat the odds (surprising investors everywhere).

The big talk around the water cooler?

JPMorgan crushing earnings, Boeing’s potential, and what to look for next week.

Looking forward one of the major issues in the previous monthly slides was increased interest rates, but now with these big financials and banks (like Bank of America and Goldman Sachs) reporting better than expected numbers, that doesn’t seem to be an issue.

My take on the matter — this is creating a complete switch in trend. I think these reports can take these stocks back into bull territory.

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