Anyone capitalizing on the low share price of $CLX?
According to Macrotrends, the dividend yield for Clorox reached an all-time high. As a well-known consumer staples company that sells the top cleaning products and sells a variety of other products, value investors will see it as a great bargain.

Some might look at their financials today and think that it's overvalued. Many of the valuation metrics of today like PE ratio are only based on the present and not on the future. If investors see growth in the company's revenues, then they will see Clorox as "undervalued" today.
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Construction Spending, Earnings: Daily Contrarian, May 2
Good morning contrarians! Stock futures are gaining a bit after a brutal sell-off on Friday. Today we have construction spending, ISM Manufacturing PMIs, and more earnings on tap including $CLX $WMB $DVN and $NXPI

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Comments on Inflation from Company Executives
Inflation is not slowing down. Last week, the BLS reported a 0.6% rise in the CPI during January, well over analyst estimates and bringing the annual rate of inflation to 7.5%.

The latest Fincredible MacroTalk goes over company earnings calls to analyze what executives are saying about inflation. Here are a few quotes from the post regarding cost inflation drivers as well as planned price increases by companies.

Inflation Drivers:

Future Price Increases:

If you'd like to read the whole post, here's the URL: Fincredible MacroTalk February 9th: Inflation

No matter how many variants come out of the woods, $CLX can't help reverse the trend for declining sales.

At the same time, it's a great time to get in on Clorox as their dividend yield is currently at 3.27% (and it rarely goes above the 3% line).
I would not be in a rush to buy this company as Inflation is not going away fast so I can see further price drops. Fair value seems to be around the 110is mark but I do think the dividend is safe for long term investors.
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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Jan 31st- Feb 4th)
Hey guys!

Here's the earnings calendar for next week! Here's what I'm interested in:

  • $XOM - Insights on the global oil market.
  • $GOOG - Strength of the digital ad market + growth of YouTube (since $NFLX slowed down).
  • $FB - Comments on their strategy to monetize Whatsapp (I don't expect any, but one can hope).
  • $SPOT - They recently expanded to other markets, so maybe they can maintain accelerated growth, unlike Netflix.
  • $AMZN - AWS and Advertising segment growth + impact of the increase in 3P fees.

What are you looking forward to next week?

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Fugly day for my portfolio. $V selling off again. $CLX as well. Those are my two largest positions.

Then you have $TDOC. Thought I was out of the woods there. Nope.

Purchasing $ATVI not looking very smart either. $DKNG continues to drop. So does $NWL and $KMI and $WEN. Those are all recent acquisitions.

It's all good. First of all a reminder to be humble. Secondly, I'm in this for the long haul and hold positions for years. So will take the opportunity to add selectively to these dips
Upcoming Earnings Calendar! (Nov 1-5)
Hey guys! Here's next week's earnings calendar! Several very interesting companies set to report earnings. Here's the one's I'm most excited about and why:

  • $APPS: any sign of iOS ad dollars shifting to android (Digital Turbine's revenues are mostly from android).
  • $Z: an update on the real estate market and iBuying
  • $LYFT and $UBER: is mobility in the US back to pre-pandemic levels?
  • $COIN metrics on the NFT market.
  • $PENN and $DKNG update on the mobile sports betting market.
  • $ATVI number of Call of Duty Warzone players. The last reported number was 100MM.
  • $CRSR: comments on the supply chain issues they're experiencing.
  • $MELI: update on the Brazilian e-commerce market. Relevant for $SE's expansion.
Comment below which earnings report you are looking forward to the most!
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Earnings this week
📞 Which calls are you most excited about?

Monday, April 26th
$RRC Range Resources
$TSLA Tesla
$MSTR Microstrategy

Tuesday, April 27th
$MMM 3M
$GOOGL Alphabet
$AMGN Amgen
$SYK Stryker
$GE General Electric
$CROX Crocs
$CB Chubb
$SHW Sherwin-Williams
$SBUX Starbucks
$MSFT Microsoft
$COF Capital One
$FISV Fiserv
$FEYE FireEye
$HAS Hasbro
$V Visa
$WM Waste Management
$PINS Pinterest
$AMD Advanced Micro Devices

Wednesday, April 28th
$AFL Aflac
$ORLY O'Reilly Automotive
$SWK Stanley Black & Decker
$BA Boeing
$AAPL Apple
$F Ford
$CAKE Cheesecake Factory
$LC Lending Club
$EBAY eBay
$FB Facebook
$TDOC Teladoc
$NOW ServiceNow
$SPOT Spotify
$SHOP Shopify

Thursday, April 29th
$AMZN Amazon
$TEAM Atlassian
$AMT American Tower
$ETH Ethan Allen Interiors
$BMY Bristol-Myers Squibb
$TAP Molson Coors Beverage Co
$HSY Hershey
$PCG PG&E
$CHD Church & Dwight
$MCD McDonald's
$KHC Kraft Heinz
$NOC Northrop Grumman
$CG Carlyle Group
$DPZ Domino's Pizza
$FIVN Five9
$TROW T Rowe Price
$ZEN Zendesk
$TWTR Twitter

Friday, April 30th
$PSX Phillips 66
$ABBV Abbvie
$XOM Exxon Mobil
$CLX Clorox
$CVX Chevron

Sources: Business Insider, Google Finance, and Yahoo Finance
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