Quarterly earnings reports calendar

Earnings reports are the main method for a publicly-traded company to report financial results for a specified period. As an investor, you can use a company's earnings report to decide whether buying or selling shares from that company fits your strategy and risk tolerance.

Quarterly earnings reports calendar

Earnings reports are the main method for a publicly-traded company to report financial results for a specified period. As an investor, you can use a company's earnings report to decide whether buying or selling shares from that company fits your strategy and risk tolerance.

How to use earnings reports to inform your trading strategy

How to use earnings reports to inform your trading strategy

Take Tesla for example. Tesla’s earnings reports are sought after because this growth stock has divided opinions. If you’re considering investing in Tesla stock, you should review their earnings reports. Based on when Tesla's quarterly earnings report is published, you can decide to trade based on expectations (pre-release) or realizations (post-release). 

Other useful metrics are the EPS (earnings per share), market cap and sector, which will indicate if the company is a good fit to your own investment strategy and portfolio diversification. 

How to use earnings reports data in SaxoTraderGO

We provide a variety of tools which make it quick and easy to incorporate earnings data into your trading strategy.

In SaxoTraderGO you can easily check any stock’s key stats in the Fundamentals tab, such as Earnings Per Share, Price to Earnings ratio, Price to Book Value ratio, Dividend Yield, revenue, yearly EBITDA and more. 
Find instrument-specific trading signals, sentiment-tracking tools, consensus target price and implied return, as well as expert ratings to help you decide if it’s the right time to buy, sell or hold.
Consume news as it comes in with our live feeds, review market focus curated by our in-house analysts, or listen to the Market Call podcast for our latest insights. 

FAQ

Earnings reports are just one piece in the complex machinery that makes financial markets move. They give a glimpse of how information flows between various players in the market. Simply put, the financial results that companies publish in earnings reports season inform analyst recommendations and, ultimately, how the stock trades. Observing this unfold can make you a well-informed investor, although it’s important to note that earnings reports season can make stock prices volatile and therefore you may want to avoid making long-term investment decisions based on short-term news.
Most publicly traded companies typically release their earnings reports in January, April, July and October, shortly after the end of each financial quarter.
The influence of earnings reports on stock price has more to do with how expectations line up with actual results, than with a company’s performance. For example, a stock can become volatile if earnings reports reveal a different picture of the company than what investors expected or experts predicted, either in a positive or negative way. That difference between expectations and reality can translate into a high trading volume within a short time. But if, for example, a company is expected to have negative results and the quarterly earnings report confirms this, then its stock price won’t necessarily fall.
EPS (earnings per share) is one of the most important indicators you should focus on as an investor when analysing a company’s earnings report. It shows how much money the company has made divided by the number of stocks that are in the company. Since EPS is a measure of profitability, it can be a good indicator for an attractive investment. However, a company’s EPS should always be considered along with other key metrics such as company assets, liabilities etc. 
Earnings reports can impact stock prices both before and after they are released. Before release, analysts and investors try to predict results and as such create expectations for changes in that company’s value, which in turn influences the stock prices. Once the earnings report is published, the stock price can be once again impacted by whether the company’s results match the expectations or not, or by news from the management.
Companies that are listed for public trading must report their quarterly earnings in an effort to keep their shareholders informed about how the company is doing.

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