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Brian Gilmartin

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Brian Gilmartin's Opinion & Analysis
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This week is a big week for mega-cap earnings reports. The “Big 5” or Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) all...
The financial stocks that reported last week have all rebounded as the revisions remain positive for the sector in general, with Schwab (NYSE:SCHW) and JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) looking the best of the...
My favorite table for a quick look at S&P 500 EPS and revenue revisions across the next 7 quarters. The data still telling a good story. Let’s see if the stock market has something else in mind. The...
The push by the current Administration for a global minimum tax rate is gaining steam, or has gained steam, so, as a number calculated on the valuation spreadsheets for mega-cap Tech holdings, I was...
Briefing.com publishes a list of the coming week’s earnings releases every Friday, and above is this week’s slate of companies scheduled to report their Q2 ’21 financial results. On Tuesday, July 13,...
A lot of big financial names report this week. Some will be covered here, in terms of pre-earnings analysis, with Tech to follow later in the week as many big technology names report the following...
Doing the weekly earnings update, a lot of S&P 500 EPS data is thrown out to readers (source data from IBES data by Refinitiv), but one method I use to confirm the growth rates is to track “aggregate...
The “forward 4-quarter” estimate this week jumped to $199.34 from last week’s $192.56, which is an increase of $6.78 per share. Readers were given a sneak peek at the potential...
Per Briefing.com, here is the list of companies by ticker that are expected to report earnings this coming week. On July 2nd, the exchanges are expected to be open for the June payrolls report, with...
Still a secular bull equity market: 2000 through 2002 was a pretty painful bear market for the S&P 500, and then 2007–2008 was just crushing. I don’t think most individual investors...