October 20, 2019

Looking Forward to the Week Ahead!

Markets will likely be volatile as the week begins.

After a week that saw the DOW relatively unchanged and the S&P 500 Index toy with 3,000 again, we should expect volatility at the beginning of the week as optimism over the prospect of a Brexit deal between the UK and EU—touted by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson late last week as a virtual certainty, faded.  

Last week, the U.S.’s third quarter earnings season kicked off, with major banks reporting mostly solid earnings. This week we will see 122 S&P 500 companies release results.

10/21
AMTD – TD Ameritrade
HAL – Haliburton
 
10/22
SNAP – Snap Inc
IRBT – iRobot Corp
SKX – Skechers USA
CMG – Chipotle 
WHR – Whirlpool Corp
TXN – Texas Instruments
HOG – Harley Davidson
HAS – Hasbro
BIIB – Biogen Inc
PG – Procter & Gamble
UPS – United Parcel Service
LMT – Lockheed Martin
MCD – McDonalds
KMB – Kimberly Clark
UTX – United Technologies
 
10/23
NOW – ServiceNow, Inc
TSLA – Tesla
FFIV – F5 Networks
EBAY – eBay, Inc
PYPL – PayPal
XLNX – Xilinx, Inc
MSFT – Microsoft
LRCX – Lam Research
BA – Boeing Co
ANTM – Anthem, Inc
CAT – Caterpillar, Inc
 
10/24
AMZN – Amazon
JNPR – Juniper Network
GILD – Gilead Sciences
COF – Capital One Financial
INTC – Intel Corp
V – Visa, Inc
TWTR – Twitter, Inc
RCL – Royal Caribbean
TSCO – Tractor Supply
LUV – Southwest Airlines
AAL – American Airlines
MMM – 3M Co
 
10/25
BUD – Anheuser-Busch
VZ – Verizon

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about the author:

Scott Bauer

A respected market commentator seen on Bloomberg, Fox Business, CNBC and other major financial networks, Scott Bauer has 25 plus years of professional equity and index options experience at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) and as a Vice-President/trader for Goldman Sachs. Scott graduated with Honors from the University of Illinois Business School and has taught classes both at his alma mater and at the CBOE.

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