SNAP-Snap Inc First Earnings Report | Stocks to Trade 5-10-17

SNAP Snapchat Snap Inc

SNAP Snapchat Snap Inc

Snap earnings: First report since IPO is major test for Snapchat parent company

Snap Inc. will face its first real test as a public company when the Snapchat parent company reports first-quarter earnings after the market closes Wednesday.

Snap SNAP, +3.83% had a highly celebrated IPO in March, but then saw it stock fluctuate as competition increased and analysts questioned Snap’s high valuation. Now, the key question for many investors is Snapchat’s daily user growth, which had been pressured in previous quarters.

www.marketwatch.com/snap

Snap’s First Quarterly Earnings Report Will Reveal Facebook’s Impact

As it faces tough competition from Facebook (FB), Snapchat operator Snap (SNAP) will report its first quarterly results after the close Wednesday since becoming a publicly traded company in March.

A primary focus will be on user growth and revenue growth, average revenue per user and Snap’s ability to scale larger.

The consensus looks for Snap to report revenue of $157.5 million, up 306% from the $38.8 million it reported in the year-ago quarter. The consensus on adjusted earnings is a 19 cent loss, vs. a 9-cent loss in the year-ago quarter.

www.investors.com/snap

Snap’s first earnings report will show how much it’s feeling pressure from Facebook

For Snap, parent company of social media site Snapchat, raising money has come much easier than making it.

While its $3.9 billion initial stock sale in early March was the largest U.S. IPO in more than two years, the company has consistently reported huge losses.

And when it reports earning for the first time as a public company on Wednesday, investors will get a sharp reminder that it’s still not close to making a profit.

www.cnbc.com/snap

SNAP Snap Inc Before Earnings 5-10-17

SNAP Snap Inc Before Earnings 5-10-17

On the Tape Today | 5-10-17

$UAL 5-10-17

$UAL 5-10-17

UAL produced a solid breakout yesterday but traded into a Saturation Point. Expecting one more day of buying, and then a pull back to @ $76 area for a new long. If you bought on the $70 inside candlestick breakout, nice trade, look to exit today. Next trade setup is a $76.50 limit order to buy.

$AKAM 5-10-17

$AKAM 5-10-17

AKAM formed an inside day after bearish momentum exhausted itself. Looking for a few days of consolidation before the next short sale. Keep the stock on your watch list, plenty of room to go on a new short sale after the next pause. Game planning a new $53.75 limit order to sell short.

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SPY ETF Chart 5-10-17

SPY ETF Chart 5-10-17

Stock Market Today: Heatmap of the S&P 500

Tape Reading the SPY ETF

“If it’s hard to find, it’s not there…”

I received this advice early in my trading career, and it’s kept a lot of money in my pocket. Too often we WANT something to happen, and force the situation. If the stock market were a book, the pages leading into today’s chapter would be blank.

With the continuation of incredibly light volume, and the VIX hovering near an anemic 10, all I see today is invisible ink.

No reason to be short, no reason to be aggressive. At best we will get a momentum trade today, which means a cash flow mindset.

$SP 500 Heatmap 5-10-17

$SP 500 Heatmap 5-10-17

Stocks to Trade 5-10-17 | Wednesday Edition

Short-Term Momentum

Bullish Momentum: TSO, BIDU, CTRP, TSLA, UAL, AAL AAOI

Bearish Momentum: agn, nue, stld, x, tsn, twlo

Long-Term Order Flow

Bullish Order Flow: MAR, UAL, TSLA, WYNN, BABA, AVGO, ADSK, DLPH, SWKS, DE, DXC, RH, NFLX, AAPL, HON , AET, HD, BA, AMZN, COST, UNP, EXPE, FB, UNH, WDC

Bearish Order Flow: twlo, x, apc, clr, oxy, oke, sm, dvn, ibm, eog, slb, tsco, akam, dfs, slca

2X Normal Volume: CTRP, MAR, EA, TSN, AAOI

Inside Days: snap, jd, kr, nbl, gild, coh, pypl, akam, luv, sm, celg, v, dvn, twlo, gsk, nem, skx, mur, pcar

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