April 2022 Bloodbath - Names Down >30% Since April 1
April 2022 was one of the worst market months of all time. In fact, it was the worst since October 2008. Here are 100 stocks down >30% since April 1:


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Upcoming Earnings Calendar! (March 14th - 18th)
Earnings season is slowing down, but there are still several very interesting companies reporting next week.

  • $DLO - This company is really interesting. Growing quickly and profitably (28% net profit margin last quarter) while solving a real pain-point for companies.
  • $GTLB - Don't know much about this company, but I've seen a lot of people commenting on it lately so I'll keep an eye out.
  • $S - Extremely expensive cybersecurity stock.
  • $FDX - Not interested in investing in the business, but very interested in their outlook for the supply chain and the impact of higher energy costs.
  • $LEN - Homebuilder. Let's see what their comments are on the supply chain + demand for housing in the US.

What company are you interested in?

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Upcoming Earnings Calendar, Nov 22-27
A very light earnings week up ahead. I'm mostly interested in Zoom $ZM. I think the stock's valuation is starting to make some sense if they can continue growing their paid user base or adding other features. I'm also interested in seeing what Best Buy $BBY has to say about the consumer demand for electronics and some comments on supply chain issues.

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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Why would two companies announce on an American holiday when the markets not open, then why would you announce on the day after a holiday, when it's a short trading day. Some companies just make wonder about commonsense.
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