Hundreds of companies are set to report their quarterly results next week, but there are a few that investors should keep an eye on. On Wednesday, networking giant Cisco Systems (CSCO -0.04%) will report its fiscal second-quarter results, with growth expected to be sluggish due to macroeconomic uncertainty. Also on Wednesday, Twitter (TWTR 0.54%) and Whole Foods Market (WFM) will report their results. Both companies have seen their stock prices tumble over the past year as investors have reined in their expectations.
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Twitter is facing a genuine crisis. I called Twitter stock a disaster waiting to happen last April, and the stock has fallen off a cliff since then. Here are a few things investors should pay attention to when Twitter reports its fourth-quarter results.
Whole Foods is facing increasing competition, both from natural grocers as well as traditional supermarket chains, and its results have suffered as a result. Whole Foods is certainly capable of turning things around, but there are a few risks that investors should know about.