4 Stocks In The Action This Week

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4 Stocks In The Action This Week

Here’s some stocks in the thick of things this week with earnings reporting this week and some quick facts on all of them to get you ready!

Priceline (NASDAQ: PCLN)

Priceline PCLN


The company will report 3rd Quarter earnings before market open on Tuesday, November 4th with Wall Street expectation earnings of $21.11 per share compared to $17.30 last year in the same period.

Over the last three years, Priceline has increased revenues and net income by 30% and 53% annually, and repurchased more than $1.2 billion in stock.


Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI)

activision blizzard

The company will report 3rd Quarter earnings on Tuesday, November 4th after market close with Wall Street Expectation earnings of 13 cents per share compared to 8 cents last year in the same period.

In the quarter, the FPS genre leader, Activision Blizzard launched Destinyand Skylanders: Trap Team and the company will launch Call of Duty Advanced Warfare which could factor into an upgraded guidance for management despite being in the next quarter.


Monster Worldwide (NYSE:MWW)



The company will report Q3 earnings on Tuesday, November 4th before market open with Wall Street Expectation of 3 cents excluding certain items compared to a loss of less then 1 cent per share in the same period last year.

Monster Worldwide trades at 50% of book value and despite revenue falling from a tight US jobs market company is profitable, FCF positive, and repurchased 25% of the company since Q2 2013.


Disney (NYSE: DIS)

The Disney Company


The company will report Q4 earnings after market close on  Thursday, November 6th with Wall Street Expectation of 88 cents per share compared to 77 cents per share last year in the same period last year.

Disney is a diversified media company and makes money through several businesses with the main factors being ESPN, Parks and Resorts, and then Consumers Products and Interactive Media. The stock is trading just off it’s 52 week highs.

Investors will monitor the ESPN Fee per Subscribers ($5.05 2012), and EBITDA margin which is around the 45% level.

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