Heading into its Q3 earnings report on Friday, Coca-Cola has righted the ship so far in 2019. With new markets in coffee and energy drinks, smoother sailing lies ahead.
Netflix has to keep the growth story alive. With weak cash flow and markets growing impatient, this week's earnings report might provide some answers for investors.
One of the few Canadian cannabis companies to report a profitable quarter this year can place itself ahead of many rivals.
With a balance sheet as poor as the pizza maker's, the success of the stock is based entirely on growth. So comps figures in its upcoming earnings report will be a huge factor.
The exposure to Canopy Growth took a toll on the beer giant's earnings, while the company is also accounting for a divestiture of some wine and spirits brands.
While fiscal Q2 earnings surpassed analyst estimates in some regards, the retailer's overall situation keeps deteriorating.
While the client growth has been exceptional, the costs of scale, coupled with weak guidance, make one wonder whether the stock is really that attractive.
Weaker chip demand and the ongoing tariff disputes hit Micron's bottom line in a big way.
Some big names report earnings this week; here are a few that I'll be watching.
I believe shifts in the company's business plans have created an opportunity.
Poor guidance, a goodbye to the dividend, and weakening sales make Tailored Brands a hard sell.
While an entertaining destination, the continued weakness in comp store sales is a discouraging sign that the company is stagnating.
American Eagle is tough to be bullish on right now. The poor guidance, coupled with uncertain retail environment makes one wonder how the next six months are going going to fare.
There are certain industries I think have big potential over the next decade. Here are a few names I like.
The party just won't end for Lululemon. Despite trade wars, fears of a looming recession, and weakness among some other names, the athleisure titan remains strong.
It's fun chasing the "next big thing", but it's also prudent investing to have a few strong yielding dividend plays in the portfolio. Here are a few I like.
Pricing pressures kept J.M Smucker shares depressed.
Solid quarter for Dick's Sporting Goods, but can it continue growing its same stores sales?
The retailer is continuing to create strong comp sales growth, while producing big jumps in profit.