The Hottest 5 Earnings Charts Of The Week

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Earnings season isn’t over yet even though FAANG has now officially finished reporting.

Alphabet finally wrapped up the FAANG earnings reports with its report to start this week. What’s a trader to do now?

Move on to one of the other 550 companies that are reporting this week.

There are a lot of popular social media and consumer names reporting, along with some of the retailers.

We’re going to get more insight into what is going on in the Chinese and US economies, is the consumer slowing down, and what about the labor costs in the US? Are they still increasing?

Which are the hottest charts that everyone will be tweeting about?

5 Hottest Earnings Charts This Week

1. Spotify (SPOT - Free Report)has only reported three times since its 2018 IPO. It has missed once and beat twice. But the shares took a beating in 2018. Like a lot of other stocks, it has rebounded in 2019. Can this earnings report keep the momentum going?

2. Twitter (TWTR - Free Report) is overlooked but it has one of the best earnings surprise track records of all the social media companies. It hasn’t missed since our records began in 2015 and some of the beats have been massive. Shares are off the 2017 lows but don’t have any momentum. Will this be a breakout quarter for the company?

3. Snap (SNAP - Free Report) also has solid earnings beat track record with just 1 miss since its 2017 IPO but that hasn’t done much for the shares which traded at new lows at the end of 2018. What else does Snap have to do to prove itself to investors?

4. Chipotle (CMG - Free Report) has beat 4 quarters in a row and appears to be leaving its PR issues in the rearview mirror. Shares are up 75% in the last year but haven’t yet retaken all-time highs. Can it regain its crown as King of the Restaurants (now held by Domino’s?)

5. GrubHub (GRUB  - Free Report)was one of the hottest stocks of 2017 and 2018 until shares started sinking in Sep 2018. They’re now down 36% over the last 6 months. It has a great track record of beating, having done so every quarter but one since 2015. Is this a buying opportunity?

Disclaimer: Tracey Ryniec is the Value Stock Strategist for She is also the Editor of the  more

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