Several companies with plenty to prove kick off the new trading week, perhaps none more intriguing than Netflix
In other words, this may be the first quarter in the company's colorful history where sequential growth clocks in flat, if not negative. Netflix usually delivers more than it promises; then again, that's also what investors thought before the company talked down its 2007 subscriber targets.
If it's Tuesday, it must be Amazon.com
Wall Street expects the Mac daddy to earn $0.72 a share, but take a look behind you. Apple has trounced analyst targets in each of the past 17 quarters. Mortality will come one day, but the trend is an Apple bull's friend at the moment.
You may associate Thursday with stuffing -- especially on Thanksgiving -- but this time's a little different. Stuffed plush bears will be the name of the game when Build-A-Bear Workshop
Energy stocks aren't making the same kind of headlines they were back when worrywarts were warning of $4 gallons of gasoline over the summer. Things have been tame, but the market can turn to Chevron
Until next week, I remain,
Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz recommends windshield-wiper fluid when trying to look forward. Rick owns shares of Netflix. He is also part of the Rule Breakers newsletter research team, seeking out tomorrow's ultimate growth stocks a day early. The Fool has a disclosure policy.