Warning Sign Appears As Most Stocks Sell Earnings - Mike Swanson (08/03/2017)
There is a lot of excitement on CNBC this week on the gap ups for TSLA and APPL following their earnings releases, but the average stock has actually fallen by 0.78% the day after they have announced earnings during this quarterly earnings season.
The WSJ reports:
Individual shares have had their worst performance on an earnings day since the first quarter of 2014, the data shows.
This is because beating expectations was rewarded on average with just a 0.38% share rise on the day, whereas disappointing earnings were punished particularly hard, with the company’s stock falling 3.43%.
Full WSJ article here.
Many stocks have actually been blowing up on their earnings.
That is also something not seen since really the Fall of 2015.
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