Posts filed under “Earnings”
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Source: Standard and Poors
Standard & Poor (whom I frequently criticize as awful when it comes to ratings) does excellent work when it comes to assembling data on earnings for their flagship index, the S&P500.
Their S&P 500 earnings and estimate report is quite excellent. You can download a spreadsheet from their site (go here, than click “Download Index Data“). In addition to the entire earnings universe, it breaks down the SPX by Sector, Quarterly data, Actual operating, as reported and sales are from S&P Compustat.
The two charts below show an ominous turn down in Operating earnings:
Source: Standard and Poors
S&P 500 Index with Share Weighted Earnings Average YoY Gain/Loss From Fusion’s Kevin Lane: “The lower chart panel at bottom tracks the share weighted average earnings (gain or loss) for each quarter on a YoY basis for S&P 500 Index companies. For instance, @ present, with a bit more the 1⁄2 the companies reporting,…Read More
All this week, I have been discussing why I thought we may be coming to an end of the cyclical bull market that began in March 2009: Listen to Ritholtz Sees “Major Cyclical Correction” from Tuesday morning, and watch this and this from Thursday. I have cut back on some major holdings, and raised our cash…Read More
Sica Wealth Management President Jeff Sica, Beacon Economics Founding Principal Christopher Thornberg, and Bianco Research President Jim Bianco discuss the earnings season slaughter. They speak with Cory Johnson and Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
The Earnings Minefield: How to Protect & Profit
Source: Bloomberg, Oct. 23 2012
Source: Bianco Research Don’t look now, but a hotly anticipated — and in some quarters, feared — earnings season is upon us. Of the first 25 “real” companies reporting, things have actually been pretty decent. The counter is that these are banks (JPM, WFC), who are much freer in the leeway in their returns,…Read More
Of all the people who have something to say about the BLS, none is more unintentionally ironic than former GE CEO Jack Welch. I have long stated that Jack welch was one of the luckier, more wildly over-compensated CEOs around. He became CEO of General Electric in 1981, just before an 18 year bull market…Read More
Click to enlarge: Source: Bloomberg Markets are screaming higher today on the prospects of ECB/FOMC action. The concern whent hat wears off is what ahppens with Q3 & Q4 profit. UBS chief U.S. equity strategist is concerned about an “Earnings Recession” coming to the US, as illustrated in the chart above. The Standard…Read More