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  • Mar 6, 2017, 9:42 AM

    FANG Stocks Still Have Some Bite Left in 2017!

    FANG Stocks Still Have Some Bite Left in 2017!

    About four years ago, Jim Cramer asked me to assist him with the off the charts segment of CNBC's Mad Money.  At the time, the market was a getting ready to launch to new heights, and it was clear we needed to look at growth stocks.  The names we selected were Facebook, Amazon, Neflix and Google - the poster children of technology and growth.  Using the first letters of each name we came up with the acronym, and FANG was born.  See the clip below from 2013.      I[...]

  • Trader Talk | Jul 21, 2016, 4:26 PM

    Earnings Next Week - 7/25 - 7/29

    Earnings Next Week - 7/25 - 7/29

    Next week is the heaviest earnings week with respect to stocks with Weeklys that I can recall.  As always the data below is based on the last three years of earnings results unless the ticker is in italics.  The columns show the biggest rally, biggest drop, average move, and what the stock did last quarter in reaction to earnings.

  • Market News | Trader Talk | Trade Ideas | Jan 29, 2016, 7:54 AM

    Earnings Next Week - 2/1 - 2/5

    Earnings Next Week - 2/1 - 2/5

    Earnings season peaked this past week, but there are plenty of companies left to report.  The numbers below represent three years of history with a couple of exceptions which have not been around long enough to provide a full three years of history.  In those cases the data appears in italics.   After the ticker the columns show the biggest gain, biggest drop, average move (non-directional) and stock price reaction last quarter.

  • Market News | Trader Talk | Trade Ideas | Oct 8, 2015, 11:00 AM

    Earnings Next Week - 10/12 - 10/16

    Earnings Next Week - 10/12 - 10/16

    Alcoa reported this week which is the unofficial beginning of earnings season.  Next week several financials release numbers which should be interesting considering the continued inaction by the Fed.  As always the numbers below represent stock price reaction to earnings for the last 3 years.