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Tingo Group $TIO is falling in after hours by 30% after the company postponed its second quarter earnings release indefinitely. The company initially planned to release results on the 9th but rescheduled multiple times—first to this morning, then to this afternoon, and now without a set date. This comes on the heels after Hindenburg Research called it an “obvious scam” back in June, which they hiSee more
According to Target's recent earnings report, incidents of violent theft in their stores have surged by 120% during the initial five months of 2023. Earlier in the year, Target projected a staggering $1.3 billion loss due to theft in 2023, marking a substantial increase of $500 million from the previous year's theft losses. The escalating problem of retail theft poses a significant challenge fSee more
WeWork was worth $42 billion after a funding round led by Softbank back in 2019. Four years later, the company said it has "Substantial doubt exists about the company’s ability to continue." #earnings #wework See more
Aug 9, 2022 - Aug 9, 2023
Apple on Thursday said it now has more than 1 billion paid subscriptions across all of its services, including Apple Music, iCloud, Apple News, Apple TV+ and more. By the numbers: Services revenue represented more than a quarter of Apple's total sales last quarter. By comparison, services revenue represented just 10% of quarterly revenues eight years prior, in 2015. And Apple saw the biggest eveSee more
Sold Devon EnergyInvested for 242 days
Finally back to even (bad initial entry), so peeling some #cash back ahead of #earnings
Sold TronoxInvested for 41 days
Taking some profit before #earnings
Invested in Broadcom
$AVGO I think will beat #earnings #shortingthetrend
WOW! For a while there I thought anything with AI in the name was a sure thing for the short term. Looks like things are chaning just a bit. #Earnings #artificalintelligence
June 1, 2023
When I’m listening to earnings calls or reading about them. I always look to see not only the statements that they are making, but the sentiments they are using - especially if the CEO happens to be driving the call (always look to this). Companies have moved from mentioning supply chain issues and inflation to other terms/ focus like AI and reorganization. Giving the feel of what we saw aboutSee more
Robinhood $HOOD reported first quarter revenue of $441 million, up 16% quarter-over-quarter. Rev: $441.00M vs. $424.53M Est EPS: $(0.57) vs. $(0.61) Est Interestingly, they announced theywill soon allow users to engage in 24-hour trading of selected exchange-traded funds and popular stocks such as Apple and Tesla, the company announced Wednesday—which will make it the first U.S. brokerage to offeSee more
44.3% Was The Most Impressive Number in Apple’s Earnings, Here’s What It Means Apple $AAPL delivered an earnings beat on May 4 that have sent shares higher since then with the help of iPhone sales. However, there was one particular number in Apple’s report that stood out and impressed me. The number is 44.3%… and that was with gross margin. The company delivered a gross margin of 44.3% that nearSee more
$AAPL Earnings: - EPS of $1.52 vs $1.43 - Revenue of $94.8 billion vs $93.1 billion - $90 billion share buyback + increasing dividend. Why the buyback? There’s multiple reasons for a company doing them. + Apple now has $165 billion in cash and $111 billion in debt for $54 billion in net $. See more
Chegg $CHGG drops more than 40% after saying ChatGPT is killing its business The company, which provides homework assistance and online tutoring saw shares tumbled after the online education company said ChatGPT is hurting growth. “In the first part of the year, we saw no noticeable impact from ChatGPT on our new account growth and we were meeting expectations on new sign-ups,” CEO Dan RosensweigSee more

Hey Peeps! 44% of the S&P 500 Market Cap report earnings this week, which are you watching?! #earningarecoming #earnings

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$TSLA community, buckle up 🚀 #earnings
Tesla $TSLA earnings are out, here are some highlights. Revenue: $23.33B vs $23.37 est. EPS: $0.85 vs $0.85 est. Net income came in at $2.51 billion, down 24% from last year, while GAAP earnings came in at $0.73, down 23% from the year-ago quarter. Gross Margin: 19.3% vs. 21.2% est.See more
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