How to Follow Earnings on the Chart

It's important to know when a company is reporting earnings because of the volatility and financial implications that can follow. In this quick tutorial, we'll show you how to follow earnings without ever leaving the chart:

Step 1 - Go to the chart settings by right-clicking.
Step 2 - Go to the Events tab and click Show Earnings on Chart.
Step 3 - Hover over the Earnings icon (E) to see dates, earnings estimates, and more.

The chart in this example shows Amazon and each earnings report is shown by the E at the bottom. In this example, we've also decided to show each earnings report on the chart with a black dotted vertical line. To create lines like this, follow the instructions above, but also check the box that says Earnings Breaks.

In addition to following earnings on the chart, there's also an earnings calendar, which shows every earnings report happening over the next day and week:

We hope this written tutorial helps! Please press Like or write in the comments if you enjoyed it or have any questions. You can also request new features in the comments. The TradingView team is listening and will help. Thanks for being a member!


I noticed that your earnings dates are not always accurate, like of GOOG this year.
TradingView LittleCash
@LittleCash, Thanks for letting us know. We will send this to the team. Sometimes, the incorrect earnings date comes from the provider or company. Could you let us know if you see any other incorrect dates?
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