The earning season already take places!
Let's check out the major names that will have their earning report this week with me yo!
Tue: GS, JPM, JNJ,WFC,UAL, IBKR
Wed: ABT, BAC, NFLX
Thur: MSFT, MS, UNH
and I got only 20 minutes so I didn't record down Friday names like AXP, BLK, and SLB!
Let's see how they go this week yo!
GS continues to struggle to break out to the upside from its trading range, which started after a High Frequency Trader gap up last January. There is Buyback activity as well as Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™, and those Buybacks are holding the stock in this range.
GS is approaching its resistance at 211.72 where it is could reverse down to its support at 183.19.
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MS should easily beat earnings since it's a busy IPO season and they are one of the major banks to underwrite the coming public offerings. I know that they are underwriting Uber's coming IPO.
Feel free to provide constructive critique. I have loaded up on May $45-$46 call options. I am also holding GS call options.
I've added the ichokucloud fibonacci to this chart. Looks like my previous analysis was correct, broke out from the base established over the past 2 months. Earnings Monday morning should make this pop along the new trend line.
Hey guys, quick disclaimer; I am a novice technician but I'm here to learn!
I'm playing some $210 call options for Goldman Sachs earnings.
Goldman to me, has more upside potential in the financials vs. JPM or BAC. And with the onslaught of IPOs it should be a forgone conclusion their revenue/earnings should be boosted in that environment. The SPY appears to...
Goldman Sachs is the most prominent Financial Services company at this time. GS also has a retracement correction pattern that has halted at a gap up support level, similar to BAC. The stock has had declining volume patterns for all of this year until recently during the sell mode. Hybrid indicators show rotation patterns.
Mastercard (MA) is powering the new Apple (APPL) credit card along with Goldman Sachs (GS). This provides a short term news cycle catalyst and a long term new growth opportunity and partner for Goldman, but more importantly Mastercard. Once the news settles on the Apple event it will be clear the real winner is Mastercard who stands to only gain from the...
GS is currently trending down until the highs on the chart are gained.
Very well respected fib on the chart. Here is the fib zoomed out -
I wouldn't be surprised if the gap was filled or the 786 was tested for support.
If the 0.618 is broken then a move to the 0.5 or 0.382 is on the cards.