What to watch for the week of 6/20/22
Get ahead of the market this week by checking out my watchlist. Here’s what I’m most interested in for the week beginning June 20th. These are just a few of the potential market catalysts to look out for in the coming days. Feel free to save this post for reference. If you found this graphic helpful, be sure to like, comment, share and sign up to get even more helpful infographics coming soon ➡️ TheAnonymousProfit.com $SPY $AMZN $QQQ $COTY $CCL $JD $SWBI $FDX $WGO
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What to watch for the week of 5/2/22.
Are you prepared to take on the markets this week? Here’s a watchlist that I created of some potential catalysts I’ll be keeping an eye on and looking to trade for the week beginning May 2nd. Feel free to save it for reference, share it in your trade groups and repost it on your social media page. Also be sure to follow me. Let me know what you’ll be watching in the comments.

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My Kind of Buy👺🤷‍♂️
My post I’ve worked on for 30 minutes just disappeared so I have to keep it short this time. I came across Smith & Wesson recently, and understand the dilemma/reasons some may avoid it, but I can’t resist. Crazy cheap valuation & a strong American company that isn’t going anywhere.

I’ve personally never shot a gun and have no reason to ever own a gun. I was in MMA for years so never felt the need for self-defense & was raised by a single mother with zero male influences, so never hunted. But I’m bout dat money, and won’t pass up low hanging fruit when I see it.

While I hope for a day with no guns & no oil, we’re a good 50 years from significant progress on that pipe dream.

$SWBI is literally scoring near perfect on every screen I do, just looks like some inventory issues maybe, but this is America, guns will sell. And I’m okay with no growth on these contrarian plays. As long as they’re strong & profitable, growth is insignificant to me. It’s never slowed my returns before. So just a quick summary of my common sense train of thought:

Out of favor ✅
Significantly Undervalued ✅
Established, Stable, & Profitable ✅
Financial Strength ✅
Dividend ✅
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Great post! I just checked out SCBGF which I didn’t know was public. It’s SIG SAUR’s parent company. Reason I mention this is because they just won the next generation US military contract to replace the M-16 this week. Going to be looking at both but agree those financials look solid on $SWBI
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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Feb 28th - Mar 4th)
Hey guys! Here's the upcoming earnings calendar! Two of my holdings, $SE and $SOFI report next week, so I'll be paying significant attention to both. Other than that, I'm also interested in seeing what retailers like $TGT $BBY and $COST have to say about supply chain issues and inflation.

Good luck to everyone!

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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Nov. 29 - Dec. 3)
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

This week was light on earnings reports, but next week is shaping up to be very interesting in the stock market. None of my holdings report, but I'm still interested in listening to the $CRM, $CRWD, $SNOW and $DOCU earnings calls.

I'm also hoping we get post-earnings commentary on $CRM from @gkotak, $DOCU from @invesquotes and $OKTA from @tolvkin so that I can learn more about these companies.

Remember, if you'd like an easier way to track earnings dates, you can automatically sync your portfolio's earning dates to your personal calendar with just a couple of clicks here.





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Earnings this week
📞Which calls are you most excited about?

Monday, June 14th
$JVA Coffee Holding Co
$MANU Manchester United

Tuesday, June 15th
$LZB La-Z-Boy
$HRB H&R Block
$ORCL Oracle

Wednesday, June 16th
$PGR Progressive

Thursday, June 17th
$ADBE Adobe
$SWBI Smith & Wesson
$KR Kroger
$JBL Jabil

Friday, June 18th
None of interest

Sources: Business Insider, Google Finance, and Yahoo Finance
Isn’t $SWBI an obvious short with a Dem controlled government?
The stock unsurprisingly reached 5 year highs of $21 the day of the Capitol riots as gun sales/interest peaked. It has since started to trickle back down. Currently trading at $16.40 but was trading as low as $4 per share a little more than a year ago. It’s awful to say/think, but with such high political tensions and economic instability - the chances of a high-profile shooting event in the next 12 months seem greater than 50%.

Once such an event occurs, won’t Dem leadership jump at the opportunity to at least push for much stricter gun control legislation? That should severely impact $SWBI stock price.
I wouldn't go near that trade, personally. It's impossible to predict what Congress might do with respect to gun control, and there are lots of center-left Dems who don't want major gun control change. I could see the opposite outcome for $SWBI, the anticipation of gun control changes lead to an enormous buying surge, stock price pops, legislation fails, and it stays elevated. If you really wanted to try to play that, you could probably wait til there's legislation on the table and do a straddle trade with options to try to benefit from either outcome. Just watch your premiums.
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