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3 Stocks That Could Make Huge Moves This Week
Winnebago Winnebago is a leading provider of RVs and motor homes. The company is expected to report earnings on Thursday morning. Currently, 22% of Winnebago’s shares are sold short. After earlier concerns about a shrinking backlog, Winnebago missed analyst expectations last quarter, as Wall Street isn’t too confident about the future of this company’s motorhomes.
Here’s What You Should Watch Over the Short Term Winnebago is expected to report earnings of $0.41 per share. Analysts expect the company to have collected $261 million in sales. For the fiscal year (which has one quarter left), analysts are expecting the company to bring in $1.58 per share on sales of $984 million. Over the Long Term Expenses have been growing at Winnebago. While there’s little the company can do about labor increases, make sure the other investments are paying off. Inventory built up last quarter in anticipation for strong sales. Check inventory levels again to see if the build up was warranted.
Blackberry Blackberry is the parent company for Blackberry smartphones. The company is expected to report earnings on Tuesday morning. Currently, 17% of Blackberry’s shares are sold short. The company has been hit extremely hard in the past 10 years by the ubiquity of Apple iPhones and the plethora of phones using Google’s Android operating system. Source: Blackberry
Here’s What You Should Watch Over the Short Term Blackberry is expected to report revenue of $692 million. Earnings are expected to come in at a loss of $0.03 per share. For the rest of the fiscal year, expectations are set for $2.9 billion in revenue and a loss of $0.07 per share. Over the Long Term One of the company’s strengths is its $2.3B in cash on the balance sheet. Make sure this stays at a healthy level while the company tries to turn itself around. Blackberry’s Internet of Things (IoT) security platform—through its Certicom subsidiary—represents the company’s hope for the future. Check in to see how this business is panning out.
Barnes & Noble Barnes and Noble owns a nationwide network of bookstores, as well as the Nook e-reader. The company is expected to report earnings on Thursday morning. Currently, 15% of Barnes & Noble’s shares are sold short. The company has been suffering for over a decade as Amazon’s Kindle e-reader and other electronic books erode Barnes & Noble’s traditional brick-and-mortar business.
Here’s What You Should Watch Over the Short Term Analysts are expecting B&N to report revenue of $1.2 billion. They are also expecting earnings to come in at a loss of $0.39 per share. For the next fiscal year, expectations are set for $6.0 billion in sales with earnings of $0.83 per share. Over the Long Term Some believe that the company’s spin-off of the college bookstore section will prove beneficial for shareholders. Check on how that company of the division is set to perform. Positive same store sales need to continue for investors to remain confident in B&N’s long-term viability.
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