This page details if the company’s prior earnings were strong enough to incite positive or negative stock price movement.
“Good” earnings are typically defined when a company releases earnings that beat analyst expectations. However, this method is flawed and simply incorrect. A company can release earning numbers that beat analyst expectations, yet the earnings aren’t strong enough to incite positive stock price movement. Our research labels company earnings as below.
Favorable: Prior earnings that were strong enough to generate positive stock price movement.
Unfavorable: Prior earnings that were weak enough to generate negative stock price movement.
Indifferent: Prior earnings that were indecisive to anticipate stock price movement.
Let say you’re investing in Apple and they are releasing earnings tomorrow. By looking at this page, you can anticipate how the stock price will move tomorrow. Historical data does not give a direct indicator of what will happen in the future, but it serves as the best tool to do that. If Apple has previously released favorable earnings 90% of the time, it will likely do so tomorrow and the stock price will rise.
This page not only helps you make money, but also, more importantly, help you avoid losses. Let’s say you’ve been interested in investing in one of two companies that are similar and you cannot find a particular reason to choose one over the other. With this page, you’ll be able to know if one of the companies releases unfavorable earnings more often than the other and avoid taking the unnecessary risk. You won’t be able to find that information anywhere else but Fincuity.