Capture big profits from overnight moves. Use LikeFolio’s data advantage to play earnings with a valuable edge.
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Companies release their “earnings reports” once per quarter, updating Wall Street on their business by providing revenue and profit reports for the prior three months. Often times, these reports cause a significant move in the stock price. An earnings trade attempts to profit off of this short-term movement by entering a position prior to the earnings release, and exiting after the stock has reacted.
The Sunday Earnings Sheet is a guide to the upcoming week of earnings reports. We tell you who is reporting earnings, and provide you with our consumer insights data to help you determine if Wall Street will be excited or disappointed in the results. Think of the Sunday Sheet as your “tip sheet” at the racetrack, using our powerful and proven data to create your advantage.
Sunday Earnings Sheets are delivered via email, with a link inside that is clickable to open the PDF for use on your computer or to print out.
In addition, the alerts are posted in our members’ only slack channel for full LikeFolio Members.
No. LikeFolio is not a “follow me” service. Every trader and investor has different goals, trading styles and risk tolerances. Trading earnings means volatile positions often held for short periods of time.
It’s up to you. Some of our members enter positions on Monday and exit on Friday. Others trade the day before the earnings report and get out the day after. It really depends on your personality, system and bankroll.
Defined risk! Stocks can move a large amount on earnings, so it’s important to understand the risk of the position you’re taking before you place the trade. LikeFolio data gives you an edge — but it is not a silver bullet. There will be losers (around 40-45% of the time), so it’s all about keeping your risk tight and your number of opportunities high!
We do not offer refunds due to the premium value of the data and alerts that will be delivered to you in the first 30 days of membership. It’s simply not fair to other buyers. If you wish to cancel for any reason, simply reply to any alert email to let us know (or contact us) and you will not be billed again. No questions asked!
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