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Our newsletter this week
Check out our weekly newsletter that covers:

  • Data that CEOs are seeing does not suggest that a downturn is imminent
  • PE and VCs with record amounts of dry powder
  • AT&T saw some delays in collections of payments

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Watch Twitter Earnings After This Snap Setback
Good morning contrarians! $SNAP is down 30% overnight after earnings disappointed investors, taking social media stocks down with it. $TWTR is due to report before the open…

Other earnings on deck include $AXP, $VZ, and $SLB. Markit PMIs are out at 0945.

What’s at stake and what to watch for is discussed in the daily briefing and podcast that you can get here:
Earnings, PMIs: Daily Contrarian, April 22
Good morning contrarians! Stock futures are lower a day after reversing course and posting losses. The catalyst was comments by Fed chair Jerome Powell signaling a rate hike of 0.5% at the Fed’s meeting next month.

This morning we have some earnings: $SLB just beat on top- and bottom-line estimates. Also before the open we’ll get $AXP $VZ and $KMB

Later we’ll get Markit PMIs.

Daily briefing and podcast are now available for premium subscribers:
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Earnings Last Week!
In our newsletter highlighting key quotes from earnings calls this week:

  • Consumers more accepting of price increases
  • American Airlines getting a new CEO
  • Oil capital spending on the rise

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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Jan 17-21th)
Hey guys! Here's next week's upcoming earnings calendar!

The most important thing I'm interested in is if there's a change of character relative to the past earnings season. Growth stocks got hammered last time. Hopefully this quarter the worst has been priced in and companies are evaluated on their actual results.

Some other things I'm interested in:
  • $PG - Are sales numbers still strong? Has supply chain inflation persisted?
  • $NFLX - Streaming trends over the past quarter. (I hold $ROKU and a bit of $FUBO)
  • $UAL and $AAL - Comments on the Omicron variant and corporate travel demand.
  • $PNC $BAC $KEY - Insights on the economy. December retail sales were down, so we'll see if banks also point to weak consumers.

What are you guys interested in?

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Featured earnings for the week of Oct 18
Earnings season (finally) getting into full gear!

So many interesting companies announcing earnings next week. Here are is the Fincredible Featured list. View all here.

Here are some I own / or particularly interested in

$JNJ - very interested to see results in the medical devices segment. Specifically are their signs of closing the gap with $ISRG with their new platform and are elective surgeries coming back

$ISRG - flip side of the $JNJ narrative. I love it when competitors announce close to each other :)

$NFLX - international subscriber numbers

$T - update on discovery spin-off, dividend and 5G capex

$XM - $MNTV is my top 3 holding based on thesis they are making inroads in enterprise market, which $XM dominates. Big enough market for both but want some context.

A few companies like $PG on inflation numbers, but I suspect @awallis will be kinda enough to provide a MacroTalk update on this topic again

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$283.9m follower assets
Earnings this week
📞 Which calls are you most excited about?

Tuesday, January 19th
$BAC Bank of America
$NFLX Netflix
$SCHW Charles Schwab
$GS Goldman Sachs
$HAL Halliburton

Wednesday, January 20th
$AA Alcoa
$PG Procter & Gamble
$MS Morgan Stanley
$UAL United Airlines

Thursday, January 21st
$INTC Intel
$COST Costco
$INTU Intuit
$CTXS Citrix Systems

Friday, January 22nd
$SLB Schlumberger
$ALLY Ally Financial

Sources: Business Insider, Google Finance, Yahoo Finance
Today, I’m watching $GS (~3% position) pre-market and $NFLX (~5% position) after the close.

$GS is a newish position for me that I put on back in October 2020 (avg. cost $249). It serves as a pro cyclical counterweight to my high beta tech names, and benefits from increased m&a and trading tailwinds. I also like thesecondary exposure to Marcus/wealth management, and Goldman’s strong engineering/tech-forward culture.

$NFLX I’ve owned for a few years now (avg. cost $255), and plan to continue holding long-term. They release earnings after market close, and I’ll be closely watching international subscriber growth.
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