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This week, the indexes ended slightly higher. We're still experiencing some volatility in the market due to earnings and the Fed. As mentioned before, let's stay patient and ride out these waves. Hang in there 😊.
Here's a look at the 5-day change for ETF's SPY (or the S&P 500), DIA (or the Dow 30), and QQQ (or the Nasdaq 100).
SPY : 0.9%, closed at $441.95
DIA : 1.39%, closed at $347.11
QQQ : 0.03%, closed at $351.8
The McMiss 🍟
McDonald's did not deliver a beat this quarter pounder. This could be due to labor shortages, covid restrictions and supply chain issues. Businesses like these rely on these factors to succeed. If their systems are flawed, it can negatively impact their revenue, as witnessed.
AAPL set a record holiday quarter. The iPhone has taken the lead in China and this has helped increase their revenue as well.
The world surpasses 10 billion doses administered. Please continue to stay safe everyone 🙏 ❤️.
Here's earnings for the upcoming week:
Starbucks Corp (SBUX): 2022-02-01 After Market Close (Estimated EPS: 0.8)
Advanced Micro (AMD): 2022-02-01 After Market Close (Estimated EPS: 0.69)
United Parcel (UPS): 2022-02-01 Before Market Open (Estimated EPS: 3.11)
PayPal Holdings Inc (PYPL): 2022-02-01 After Market Close (Estimated EPS: 0.86)
Exxon Mobil (XOM): 2022-02-01 Before Market Open (Estimated EPS: 1.96)
Alphabet Inc (GOOGL): 2022-02-01 After Market Close (Estimated EPS: 26.69)
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) 💻
AMD is a multinational semiconductor company that primarily develops computer processors. Living in the digital age, we all rely on processors for our electronic devices to work. The more companies utilize AMD's processors and related products, the more AMD makes money. Many of you may have heard about the chip shortage. This can be an issue because if there are no processors, companies can't make devices, which then hurt sales all around. So grab some chips and let's take a look at their fundamentals! 🔎
2020-12-26 : $9.76B
2019-12-28 : $6.73B
2018-12-29 : $6.48B
2017-12-30 : $5.25B
2016-12-31 : $4.27B
2021-10-26 : beat (Estimate: 0.67, Actual: 0.73)
2021-07-27 : beat (Estimate: 0.54, Actual: 0.63)
2021-04-27 : beat (Estimate: 0.44, Actual: 0.52)
2021-01-26 : beat (Estimate: 0.47, Actual: 0.52)
Historical Stock Price Returns:
3-month : -13.13%
1-year : 22.88%
5-year : 891.89%
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) Max Chart (Yahoo Finance).
Besides AMD's current pullback, their chart demonstrates a strong upwards trend and their annual top-line revenue has consistently increased. We also see that they have delivered consistent beats during their last 4 earnings. When we invest in long-term holds, we typically like to see an increasing annual top-line revenue and a consistent, strong upwards trend. Will you invest in AMD? 🤔
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Who Competes with AMD?
A few of AMD's competitors include Intel Corporation (INTC), Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) and Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM).
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