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Mar 04, 2021 - Market Blog

3/4/2021

 

Losing its Spark? 

Tesla Inc. (TSLA) is looking for a recharge after slumping a painful 27% from its high of $900 just since late January.  Shares were off by a painful 4.8% yesterday near $651 in tandem with the broad-based tech route which is being adversely affected by rising rates.  On a positive note, the electric carmaker just posted a 78% jump in German registrations covering 2020 which is encouraging ahead of the much-anticipated opening of the Berlin Gigafactory scheduled for some time in the latter half of the year. Shares of TSLA are up modestly ahead of the opening bell 

 

We Bring Good Things Back to Life

Shares of General Electric (GE) just topped a 3-year high yesterday at $13.62 reaching levels not seen since July of 2018.  The stock has been on a rampage as of late, gaining nearly 25% just over the last three months.  Analysts are seeing an encouraging trend with a post-Covid scenario along with higher rates likely to help ease their pension burden.  GE hit a low of $5.48 in May of 2020.  Shares of GE are up 3.5% ahead of the open off the renewed hopes. 

 

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) -0.09%, near 3813

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) +1.89%, near $62.44 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) -1.57%, near 26.25

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) -0.15%, near $1713.30 an ounce

 

 

Major Economic Reports:

All Day          -OPEC Meetings

6:30 am CT – Challenger Job-Cut Report

7:30 am CT – Jobless Claims

7:30 am CT – Productivity and Costs

7:30 am CT – Export Sales

9:30 am CT – EIA Natural Gas Report

11:00 am CT –Fed Chair Powell Speaks

3:30 pm CT – Fed Balance Sheet

3:30 pm CT – Money Supply

 

 

Notable Earnings

 

Thursday:

A.M. – BURL, CIEN, KR

P.M.– AVGO, COST, GPS, SDC, WORK, YPF

 

Friday:

A.M. – GSX

P.M. – N/A

 

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**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

Mar 03, 2021 - Market Blog

3/3/2021

 

Money falling from the Trees

Dollar Tree (DLTR) reported earnings of $2.13 per share, compared to $0.52 a year earlier, falling in line with the estimates of $2.12 per share.  Q4 revenue for the discount store chain topped $6.77 billion, compared with $5.32 billion in Q4 2019, which was also in line with the analysts estimates of $6.78 billion.  Same-store sales rose 4.9%, including an 8.1% gain across the company’s Family Dollar shops and only a 2.4% increase at the Dollar Tree-branded locations.  The company also said that it will boost their existing share buyback program by $2 billion.  The Chesapeake, Va-based retailer did not offer any guidance for the coming year. Shares of DLTR are down over 2% in the premarket.

 

Leaving Las Vegas

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) just announced that it has agreed to sell its Las Vegas real property and operations to private-equity firm Apollo Global Management, including the Venetian Resort Las Vegas and Sands Expo and Convention center for the purchase price of approximately $6.25 billion.  The pandemic has hit Las Vegas hard, which saw Las Vegas Sands lose a painful $2 billion in 2020 after making $3 billion in 2019.  Las Vegas Sands will still have operations in Asia, which they will focus on reinvesting those operations such as Sands’ Singapore and Macau, while pushing digital gambling more as part of the company’s future plans.  Shares of LVS are up 1.2% in the premarket.

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) -0.25%, near 3857

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) +0.95%, near $60.30 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) +3.4%, near 34.94

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) -1.20%, near $1713 an ounce

 

Major Economic Reports:

 

6:00 am CT – MBA Mortgage Applications

6:00 am CT – Bank Reserve Settlement

7:15 am CT – ADP Employment Report

8:45 am CT – PMI Composite Final

9:00 am CT – ISM Services Index

9:30 am CT – EIA Petroleum Status Report

1:00 pm CT – Beige Book

 

Notable Earnings

 

Wednesday:

A.M. – DLTR, STLA

P.M. – AEO, MRVL, OKTA, SD, SNOW, SPLK

 

Thursday:

A.M. –BURL, CIEN, KR

P.M. – AVGO, COST, GPS, SDC, WORK, YPF

 

**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

Mar 02, 2021 - Market Blog

3/2/2021

 

Bullseye

Shares of the big-box retailer, Target (TGT) are holding steady this morning after reporting the $0.13 a share better than expected quarterly result of $2.67 thanks to big spending from the most recent stimulus checks. The anticipated Market Maker Move (MMM) was projected near $3.40. Revenue reached $28.34 billion over the previous three months which was nearly a Billion more than expected.  Comparable store sales leaped by 20% in a stark comparison to last year and well ahead of the 16% expected by analysts.  Ticket sales also increased by an impressive 13% as consumers pivoted from replacing household essentials in their shopping carts to more costly items at the checkout line.  Share of Target are now up over 80% over the previous year as consumers continue to open their wallets with another looming stimulus windfall in the periphery.  The Minneapolis based retailer deferred to share any forward guidance with the future still foggy amid the ongoing pandemic uncertainties. 

 

 

Rigged Market?

Oil Futures (/CL) are sitting tight just above $60 a barrel after two straight sessions of heavy sell-off which recorded new weekly lows.  Recent factory growth out of China just reached a nine-month lull which has many analysts suspecting a demand setback scenario from the largest energy importing country.  This week will be key with crude inventories scheduled for tomorrow in a follow-up to last Wednesday’s surprise 1.3 million surplus compared to the -6.5 million draw anticipated.  Thursday and Friday will see OPEC meet to determine if it is time to flood the market with up to an extra 1.5 million barrels a day to catch up from February’s voluntary cuts in an attempt to stabilize pricing. Producing countries are eager to cash in on the highest energy prices of the year so far.  

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) +0.03%, near 3900

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) +0.61%, near $61.01 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) -0.99%, near 23.12

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) +0.08%, near $1724.40 an ounce

 

Major Economic Reports:

 

6:00 am CT – Motor Vehicle Sales

7:55 am CT – Redbook

 

Notable Earnings

 

Tuesday:

A.M -   ANF, AZO, KSS, LL, NNOX, SE, TGT


P.M. -  AMBA, FUBO, HPE, JWN, ROST, URBN

 

Wednesday:

A.M. -DLTR, STLA

 

P.M. - AEO, MRVL, OKTA, SD, SNOW, SPLK

 

**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

Mar 01, 2021 - The Week Ahead

3/1/2021

 

The Week Ahead

 

Twitter Offering Notes

The social media giant, Twitter (TWTR) announced a $1.25 billion convertible notes offering this morning.  The convertible senior notes will be due in 2026 and are a private placement to qualified institutional buyers.  The proceeds will be used to pay any sums due on its 1.00% convertible senior notes due in 2021 and for general corporate purposes.  The interest rate, initial conversion rate and other terms will be determined upon pricing.  TWTR is trading 1.00% higher in the pre-market.

 

Stimulating Board Boost

Shares of ExxonMobil (XOM) are moving higher this morning on the House of Representatives passing a $1.9 trillion stimulus deal and the addition of two new board members.  ExxonMobil announced that Michael Angelakis and Jeffrey Ubben will be joining their Board of Directors.  Angelakis is CEO of the independent investment company, Atairos and former vice chairman and CFO of Comcast.  Ubben co-founded the San Francisco based investment firm Inclusive Capital Partners.  XOM is currently trading over 3% higher in the pre-market.

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) +1.0%, near 3849

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) +0.9%, near $62 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) -10.9%, near 24.88

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) +0.3%, near $1734 an ounce

 

Economic Releases (03/01-03/05):

 

Monday

8:45 am CT –  PMI – Manufacturing Final

9:00 am CT –  Construction Spending

10:00 am CT – ISM Manufacturing Index

10:00 am CT – Export Inspections  

10:30 am CT – 3-Month and 6-Month Bill Auction

 

Tuesday

6:00 am CT – Motor Vehicle Sales

7:55 am CT – Redbook

 

Wednesday

6:00 am CT – MBA Mortgage Applications

6:00 am CT – Bank Reserve Settlement

7:15 am CT – ADP Employment Report

8:45 am CT – PMI Composite Final

9:00 am CT – ISM Services Index

9:30 am CT – EIA Petroleum Status Report

1:00 pm Ct – Beige Book

 

Thursday

6:30 am CT – Challenger Job-Cut Report

7:30 am CT – Jobless Claims

7:30 am CT – Productivity and Costs

7:30 am CT – Export Sales

9:30 am CT – EIA Natural Gas Report

3:30 pm CT – Fed Balance Sheet

3:30 pm CT – Money Supply

 

Friday:  

7:30 am CT – International Trade in Goods and Services

7:30 am CT – Employment Situation

12:00 pm CT – Baker Hughes Rig Count

2:00 pm CT – Consumer Credit

 

 

Major Earnings for the Upcoming Week (03/01-03/05):

Monday:

A.M. – NRG, SSYS, WKHS

P.M. – DDD, INO, LMND, NIO, NVAX, SRPT, ZM

 

Tuesday:

A.M -   ANF, AZO, KSS, LL, NNOX, SE, TGT
P.M. -  AMBA, FUBO, HPE, JWN, ROST, URBN

 

Wednesday:

A.M. -DLTR, STLA

P.M. - AEO, MRVL, OKTA, SD, SNOW, SPLK

 

Thursday:

A.M. – BURL, CIEN, KR

P.M.– AVGO, COST, GPS, SDC, WORK, YPF

Friday:

A.M. – GSX

P.M. – N/A

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Feb 26, 2021 - Market Blog

2/26/2021

 

May the Force be with you

After surpassing $20 billion in sales for the first time, revenue was $21.25 billion for the fiscal year, Salesforce (CRM) says it expects to reach $25 billion in sales in the coming near.  For its fiscal fourth quarter the cloud-software company posted earnings of $1.04 per share beating the estimates of $0.75 per share on revenue of $5.82 billion which was above  estimates of $5.58 billion.  Along with the $25 billion sales target in the coming year, the company is projecting earnings of between $3.39 to $3.41 per share, which is slightly lower than the analyst estimates of $3.49 per share.  Beyond hitting the $20 billion sales target, the year 2020 also had Salesforce being added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($DJI), along with acquiring Slack Technologies (WORK) to better challenge software heavyweight Microsoft (MSFT).  Shares of CRM are down 1.7% in the premarket.

 

A King’s Ransom

DraftKings (DKNG) reported a Q4 loss of $266.4 million, wider than the $29.1 million loss a year earlier. Revenue came in at $322 million, which was up from $130.9 million earlier and beat the projected revenue of $232 million.  The online betting platform raised its revenue guidance for fiscal-year 2021 to a range of $900 million to $1 billion from the previous range $750 to $850 million.  The increase was attributed to a strong performance in Q4, substantial user activation and the launch of mobile sports betting and iGaming systems in Michigan and Virginia.  Monthly unique payers for the company’s business-to-consumer segment rose 44% over the year-ago period as the company added 1.5 million monthly unique paying customers during the quarter.  Shares of DKNG are up 5% in the premarket.

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) +0.47%, near 3846

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) -1.65%, near $62.50 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) -4.8%, near 27.40

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) -0.90%, near $1759 an ounce

 

Major Economic Reports:

 

7:30 am CT – International Trade in Goods [Advanced]

7:30 am CT – Retail Sales [Advanced]

7:30 am CT – Wholesale Inventories [Advanced]

7:30 am CT – Personal Income and Outlays

8:45 am CT – Chicago PMI

9:00 am CT – Consumer Sentiment

12:00 pm CT – Baker Hughes Rig Count

2:00 pm CT – Farm Prices

 

Notable Earnings

 

Friday:

A.M. - CRON, DKNG, FL, FLR

P.M. - N/A

Monday:

A.M. -NRG, SSYS, WKHS

P.M. - INO, LMND, NIO, NVAX, SRPT, ZM

 

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**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

 

 

Feb 25, 2021 - Market Blog

2/25/2021

 

Best Bye?

Shares of the popular electronics retailer are coming under heavy pressure this morning after seeing lackluster holiday demand slipping over the last quarter. Although Best Buy (BBY) managed to best their $3.45 per-share earnings consensus target by $0.03, it appears inadequate to impress investors who have been spoiled during the strong pandemic run. Online orders jumped by 90% over the previous three months to extend to $6.7 billion dollars which basically accounted for nearly half of all store transactions while validating a major shift in consumer behavior.  Revenue for the entire year of $16.94 billion missed the mark of $17.2 billion expected by analysts which has already begun to spark a change in strategy. Plans are being readied to pivot their current business model to foster the online and curbside pickup models that have taken hold which have resulted in some layoffs of more traditional employees along with the repurposing of store space to house online orders.   The BBY dividend payout was just raised by 27% to $0.70 a share which has helped to fuel the stock by 38% over the last year before a potential 5% reversal is setting up this morning prior to the open in reaction to the mixed news. 

 

Churn and Burn

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) just reported their 4th consecutive quarterly results that contained a loss that was wider than expected.  Revenue was off by 99.4% to a meager $9.6 million vs.  a $1.48 billion comp last year at this time.  Ironically,  the revenue captured was nearly three times the size of analysts’ expectations of a mere $2.6 million which holds implications of stronger demand in the last half of the year.  The cruise liner reported cash burn at a steady pace of $190 million a month as all their ships are still docked until later May at the earliest.  The stock has exploded by 35% just over the past three months as hopes of returning to a pre-pandemic normal with home-bound restrictions easing to entice eager travelers.  Shares of NCLH are up another 2% ahead of the opening bell. 

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) -0.43%, near 3905

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) -0.33%, near $62.99 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) +7.12%, near 22.86

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) -1.05%, near $1779.70 an ounce

 

Major Economic Reports:

7:30 am CT – Jobless Claims

7:30 am CT – Durable Goods Orders

7:30 am CT – GDP

7:30 am CT – Export Sales

9:30 am CT – EIA Natural Gas Report

10:00 am CT – Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index

3:30 pm CT – Fed Balance Sheet

 

Notable Earnings

 

Thursday:

A.M. - AMRN, AMT, BBY, BUD, CLF, CNP, CSTM, DPZ, EDIT, LI, MKND, MRNA, NCLH, NRG, NTES, PCG, PZZA, SEAS, VALE, W

P.M.- AAOI, ABNB, ADSK, BYND, CRM, CVNA, CZR, DASH, ENDP, EOG, ETSY, FSLR, HPQ, RKY, SHAK, SPCE, SWN, VMW, WDAY, WW, ZS

 

Friday:

A.M. - CRON, DKNG, FL, FLR

P.M. – N/A

 

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**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

Feb 24, 2021 - Market Blog

2/24/2021

 

A Little Out of Square

Square (SQ) reported better than expected earnings after the close yesterday but that was not enough to keep the shares from pulling back.  The commerce ecosystem company reported earnings of $0.32 per share which beat estimates of $0.24.  Revenues came in at $3.16 billion which was better than analysts’ expectations of $3.09 billion.  The interesting news from the company was that they had a new $170 billion purchase of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, which makes up 5% of the company’s cash reserves.  Shares of SQ are trading 5% lower in the pre-market.

 

Home Improvement

Lowe’s (LOW) reported fourth quarter sales growth, when they released earnings this morning.  The home improvement giant said their comparable store sales grew 28% as the pandemic drove demand.  Earnings per share came in at $1.33 versus estimates of $1.21 per share.  Revenues also beat at $20.31 billion, while analysts were expecting $19.42 billion.   The company is planning $9 billion in share buybacks and $2 billion in capital expenditures this year.  Shares of LOW are trading slightly higher in the premarket.

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) -0.25%, near 3867

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) +1.0%, near $62.30 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) +4.4%, near 24.10

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) -0.8%, near $1791 an ounce

 

Major Economic Reports:

 

6:00 am CT – MBA Mortgage Applications

9:00 am CT – State Street Investor Confidence Index

9:00 am CT – New Home Sales

9:00 am CT – Jerome Powell Speech

9:30 am CT – EIA Petroleum Status Report

10:00 am CT – Survey of Business Uncertainty

 

Notable Earnings

  

Wednesday:

A.M. -BHC, HFC, JMIA, LNG, LOW, OSTK, SAGE, TJX

P.M. - ACAD, APA, BKNG, DDD, LB, NTAP, NTNX, NVDA, PBR, RVLV, TDOC, TNDM, VIAC

 

Thursday:

A.M. - AMRN, AMT, BBY, BUD, CLF, CNP, CSTM, DPZ, EDIT, LI, MKND, MRNA, NCLH, NRG, NTES, PCG, PZZA, SEAS, VALE, W

P.M.- AAOI, ABNB, ADSK, BYND, CRM, CVNA, CZR, DASH, ENDP, EOG, ETSY, FSLR, HPQ, RKY, SHAK, SPCE, SWN, VMW, WDAY, WW, ZS

 

 

**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

 

Feb 23, 2021 - Market Blog

2/23/2021

 

Improving your Home

Home Depot (HD) reported Q4 earnings of $2.65 per share, $0.04 better than the consensus estimates of $2.61, on revenue of $32.3 billion, which also easily beat the estimate of $30.66 billion.  U.S. same-store sales jumped by 25%, while the overall same-store sales globally grew by 24.5%, higher than the 19.2% that was expected.  The home improvement retailer reported that the number of customer transactions rose 12.8% to 416.8 million, and the average transaction size grew to $75.69, from $68.29 in 2019’s fourth quarter.  Citing uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the company declined to provide formal guidance for its 2021 results.  Shares of HD are down 2.4% in the premarket.

 

Let’s have a Parade

Macy’s (M) reported its first quarterly profit in a year.  The department store retailer reported earnings of $160 million, or $0.50 per share, down from $340 million, or $1.09 last year, but blew past the estimates of only $0.11 per share.  Sales of $6.78 billion were down from $8.34 billion last year at this time, but also soudly beat the estimates of $6.48 billion.  Comparable sales were down 17.1% on an owned-plus-licensed basis, smaller than the 21.3% drop anticipated by the analysts.  Digital sales were up 21%, with digital penetration reaching 44% of net sales.  Shares of M are trading slightly higher in the premarket.

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) -0.56%, near 3852

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) -0.08%, near $61.65 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) +5.6%, near 24.80

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) -0.03%, near $1807.80 an ounce

 

Major Economic Reports:

 

7:55 am CT – Redbook

8:00 am CT – Case-Shiller Home Price Index

8:00 am Ct – FHFA House Price Index

9:00 am CT – Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index

9:00 am CT – Consumer Confidence

9:00 am CT – Jerome Powell Speech

12:00 PM CT – Money Supply

 

Notable Earnings

 

Tuesday:

A.M - CLVS, HD, HSBC, M, MDT
P.M. – COG, HYLN, INFN, INTU, PXD, RRC, SQ, TOL

 

Wednesday:

A.M. -BHC, HFC, JMIA, LNG, LOW, OSTK, SAGE, TJX

P.M. - ACAD, APA, BKNG, DDD, LB, NTAP, NTNX, NVDA, PBR, RVLV, TDOC, TNDM, VIAC

 

**BOLD above indicates important and potential market-moving news and information

Feb 22, 2021 - The Week Ahead

2/22/2021

 

The Week Ahead

 

Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Cooper Tire and Rubber (CTB) which was founded in 1914 has agreed to be acquired by Goodyear Tire (GT) to morph into one of the biggest tire manufacturers on the planet. The move will solidify Goodyear as the number one tire maker in the United States and essentially double their exposure to China which has been red hot as of late.  The deal for Cooper was worth $2.8 billion in cash and stock with the purchase valued at $54.36 a share or a 24% premium from Friday’s close. Cost synergies are expected to save $165 million over the next two years with 10,000 employees joining forces from Cooper.   

 

Jungle Warfare!

Walmart (WMT) just announced plans to deploy $14 billion in capital spending to boost their e-commerce fulfillment through automation and better supply chain in an attempt to become the “primary destination for online customers.” Shares of Amazon (AMZN) have taken notice with nearly a 4% retreat coming just since last week.  Renewed concerns also arise as superstar, Jeff Bezos readies plans to step down as C.E.O. in the 3rd quarter which he has been at the helm over since 1994.  Walmart saw a 69% growth rate in their e-commerce space in their 4th quarter report compared to last year and expects to reap $100 Billion in revenue over the span of just the next two years as the stakes continue to be raised. 

 

Market Movers and Shakers (as of this writing)

S&P 500 futures (/ES) -0.38%, near 3872

U.S. Crude Oil futures (/CL) +1.97%, near $60.42 a barrel

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) +9.48%, near 24.15

U.S. Gold Futures (/GC) +1.06%, near $1796.5 an ounce

 

Economic Releases (02/22-02/26):

Monday

7:30 am CT – Chicago Fed National Activity Index

9:00 am CT – Leading Indicators

9:30 am CT – Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey

10:00 am CT – Export Inspections  

10:30 am CT – 3-Month and 6-Month Bill Auction

 

Tuesday

7:55 am CT – Redbook

8:00 am CT – Case-Shiller Home Price Index

8:00 am Ct - FHFA House Price Index

9:00 am CT – Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index

9:00 am CT – Consumer Confidence

9:00 am CT – Jerome Powell Speech

12:00 PM CT – Money Supply

 

Wednesday

6:00 am CT – MBA Mortgage Applications

9:00 am CT – State Street Investor Confidence Index

9:00 am CT – New Home Sales

9:00 am CT – Jerome Powell Speech

9:30 am CT – EIA Petroleum Status Report

10:00 am CT – Survey of Business Uncertainty

 

Thursday

7:30 am CT – Jobless Claims

7:30 am CT – Durable Goods Orders

7:30 am CT – GDP

7:30 am CT – Export Sales

9:30 am CT – EIA Natural Gas Report

10:00 am CT – Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index

3:30 pm CT – Fed Balance Sheet

 

Friday:  

7:30 am CT – International Trade in Goods [Advanced]

7:30 am CT – Retail Sales [Advanced]

7:30 am CT – Wholesale Inventories [Advanced]

7:30 am CT – Personal Income and Outlays

8:45 am CT – Chicago PMI

9:00 am CT – Consumer Sentiment

12:00 pm CT – Baker Hughes Rig Count

2:00 pm CT – Farm Prices

 

Major Earnings for the Upcoming Week (02/22-02/26):

 

Monday:

A.M. - DISH, RCL

P.M. - MRO, OKE, OXY, PANW, RIG, WMB

 

Tuesday:

A.M - CLVS, HD, HSBC, M, MDT
P.M. - HYLN, INFN, INTU, PXD, RRC, SQ, TOL

 

Wednesday:

A.M. -BHC, HFC, LNG, LOW, OSTK, SAGE, TJX

P.M. - ACAD, APA, BKNG, DDD, LB, NTAP, NTNX, NVDA, PBR, RVLV, TDOC, TNDM, VIAC

 

Thursday:

A.M. - AMRN, AMT, BBY, BUD, CLF, CNP, CSTM, DPZ, EDIT, LI, MKND, MRNA, NCLH, NRG, NTES, PCG, PZZA, SEAS, VALE, W

P.M.- AAOI, ABNB, ADSK, BYND, CRM, CVNA, CZR, DASH, ENDP, EOG, ETSY, FSLR, HPQ, RKY, SHAK, SPCE, SWN, VMW, WDAY, WW, ZS

 

Friday:

A.M. - CRON, DKNG, FL, FLR

P.M. – N/A