Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
(Before Market Open) Goldman Sachs
Goldman is perceived as the world’s premier investment bank. They are a non-traditional bank because Bank of America operates with ATMs, Goldman has asset management, alternative investments, debt financing, and financial services. They have had a remarkable recovery following the initial market crash of Covid-19 and reaching all-time highs. The expected EPS of $7.68 and expected revenue is $9.47B, and the expected quarterly revenue to have decreased by -31.4%.
(Before Market Open) Halliburton
One of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. Halliburton’s two main segments are (Completion & Production) and (Drilling and Evaluation). The expected EPS of $.17 and Revenue is expected to be $3.23B, with a quarterly revenue expected to decrease by -37.8%.
(Before Market Open) Charles Schwab
A financial services company with 1.6M corporate retirement participants, 10.5M active brokerage accounts, 1.2M Banking accounts, and above $3T in client assets. They provide a full range of wealth management, brokerage securities, asset management, and financial advisory services. Expected EPS of $.75 and expected Revenue of $4.06B, with quarterly revenue expected to increase by 55.8%.
(After Market Close) Netflix
The world’s leading Internet television network with millions of subscribers and a vast library of all different types of media products (shows, movies, documentaries). They offer a unique platform to watch anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected device. They have an estimated EPS of $1.57 and Revenue of $6.6B, with expected revenues to increase by 20.7% this quarter.
Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
(Before Market Open) Procter & Gamble
One of the leaders in consumer staples who produce millions of goods is used across the globe. The company operates under five business segments Beauty, Grooming, Health Care, Fabric and Homecare, and family care. They are seen as a blue-chip stock that is safe equity to invest in. Current expected EPS of $1.59 and revenue of $19.15B, with an expected growth revenue of 5% quarterly and annual earnings of 4.9%.
(Before Market Open) Morgan Stanley
A financial services company that is a leader in its’ three primary businesses: securities, asset management, and credit services. They provide investment banking, financial planning services, sales and trading, and on-line brokerage services. Expected EPS of $1.40 and $11.08B revenue, with expected quarterly revenue to decrease by -17.2%.
(After Market Close) United Airlines
United Airlines, much like Delta last week, will continue to have earnings releases that are not up to the mark. The travel industry has been significantly tampered down since the global shutdown of Covid-19. Commercial airlines have been bleeding cash for three straight quarters, and with new travel restrictions, this will continue into Q1. With an expected EPS of -$6.36 and Revenue of $3.54B, it is expected that revenue has declined this quarter by 67.5%.
Thursday, January 21st, 2021
(Before Market Open) Fuel Cell
An alternative fuel company specializing in Hydrogen production to be used in turnkey products (Forklifts, EVs, etc.) With the new administration putting a heavy focus on Climate Change, we will have to keep a keen eye on the alternative energy companies to measure their revenue growth and operating margins. Expected EPS of $.03 and revenue of $15.92M, expected revenue this quarter is expected to increase by 44%.
(Before Market Open) Citrix
Citrix is a digital workspace leader; they provide access to instant chat, video conferencing, and cloud environments. They developed and now lead the workspace as a Service industry by providing an innovative, adaptable, and easy to use program. Businesses who wanted to endure through Covid-19 had to use digital workspace, and many of them flocked to Citrix. Expected EPS of $.81 and Revenue of $778M, with an expected revenue decrease by 3.8%.
(After Market Close) Intel
The world’s largest semiconductor maker has stifled these last few quarters. They recently had a CEO change due to a continued loss of market share in key segments of their business. They produce some critical pieces for digital processors, data centers, smartphones, video game systems, etc. Their expected EPS is $1.10, Revenue of $17.44B, and we expect a decreased quarterly revenue of 13.7%.
Tuesday: Overall Net Capital Flows at 9:00 p.m. EST
Wednesday: President-Elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration
Thursday: Jobless Claims 4-week Average at 1:30 p.m. EST
Friday: Existing Home Sales at 3:00 p.m. EST