Earnings Calendar for October 2021

October means the start of another exciting earnings season on Wall Street.

While the month will start a bit quiet, mid-October will heat up with some of the biggest companies scheduled to report to investors. That means some big opportunities are on the horizon for traders who know how to find big earnings plays.

Most Anticipated Earnings For October 2021

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Earnings Calendar for September 2021

Over 200 publicly traded companies are scheduled to release earnings data in September 2021. While we're out of prime time earnings season, big-name companies are still announcing on Wall Street.

The story should be similar to every other earnings season - some companies will smash estimates while others will disappoint the market. And, some announcements will spawn incredible earnings plays for active traders.

Most Anticipated Earnings For September 2021

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Earnings Calendar for August 2021

Over 2,300 publicly traded companies are scheduled to release earnings data in August 2021.

Companies big and small hope to beat analysts' estimates with better than expected bottom-line numbers.

The story should be similar to every other earnings season - some companies will smash estimates while others will disappoint the market. And, some announcements will spawn incredible earnings plays for active traders.

Most Anticipated Earnings For The Month

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What Is An Earnings Surprise?

Earnings season is one of the most exciting times on Wall Street.

Thousands of publically traded companies hope to impress investors with their quarterly financial reports. In the same vein, retail traders often look at this event as a chance to ride quick price moves, especially if the company beats analysts' earnings per share (EPS) expectations.

If a company can produce higher numbers than external forecasts, they are likely to turn heads. And while it's important to note that traders and investors should carefully consider the entirety of a company's quarterly report, EPS is often the key performance indicator.

You may think that a stock price would jump every time a company delivered an EPS above analysis' estimates. But, solid earnings announcements don't always translate to big stock moves... sometimes, they can do the opposite. Continue reading "What Is An Earnings Surprise?"