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Danaher (DHR)

Danaher blows out earnings again–raising target price

Shares of Danaher (DHR) were up just 3.28% today. I say "just" because the company delivered a blow out earnings report today. Danaher reported adjusted earnings of $1.72 per share on $5.88 billion in sales for its third quarter. Analysts had expected earnings of $1.37 a share. Revenue beat analyst estimates of $5,52 billion. Earnings […]

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Netflix (NFLX)

Netflix earnings disappoint after the close today

Netflix (NFLX) shares fell 5.42% in after-hours trading (after closing 1% lower in the regular session) after the company reported additions to paid subscribers the missed estimates and lower guidance for the rest of 2020. Revenue for the company's third quarter was $6.44 billion against projections for $6.39 billion. Earnings, though, were $1.74 a share […]

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Ericsson (ERIC)

Ericsson goes into tomorrow’s earnings riding a lot of momentum

For  the second quarter Ericsson (ERIC) reported a 43% positive earnings surprise. Could the company surprise again tomorrow? Analysts are looking for the company to report third quarter earnings on October 21 of 16 cents a share. That would be a huge improvement of 184.2% from the third quarter of 2019. But given Ericsson's momentum […]

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Parsley Energy (PE)

Parsley Energy next oil shale domino to fall

A day after  ConocoPhilips (COP) announced it would buy big Permian Basin oil shale play Concho Resources (CXO) for $9.7 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported that Pioneer Natural Resources, by some measures the biggest oil shale operator in the Permian Basin, is in talks to acquire Parsley Energy (PE), another Permian Basin producer. (After […]

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Pfizer (PFE)

Pfizer says it will be ready to file for an emergency use application for its coronavirus vaccine by the third week in November

In a public letter Pfizer (PFE) CEO Albert Bourla wrote that the company hopes to have initial data from its Phase 3 clinical trail of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of October and that it will wait until the third week in November to file an emergency use authorization application with the U.S. Food […]

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Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM)

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing raises 2020 revenue forecast again

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) reported earnings of 90 cents per American depositary receipt today on sales of  $12.14 billion for the company's September quarter. Net income climbed 36% year over year. Analysts had expected the company to earn 81 cents an ADR and to show sales of $11.93 billion. In the September quarter of 2019 […]

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Vaxart (VXRT)

Vaxart gives back yesterday’s gains from hamster study milestone

Shares of Vaxart (VXRT) closed down 10.04% today, October 14, giving back all of its 8.8% gain from Tuesday. The shares finished the October 14 session at $6.90. Yesterday, the company, which is working on a coronavirus vaccine in pill form, reported that hamsters who had received the vaccine showed no systemic weight loss. That is […]

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Twilio (TWLO)

Twilio jumps 13% today on increase in company estimates of sale growth

Twilio (TWLO), which makes cloud-based software, climbed 13% today after analysts raised price-target after Thursday's investors day event. (For example Morgan Stanley raised its price garget for Twilio to $270 from $240. I would note the stock closed at $290 today, October 2.) At the session, Twilio said that it expects sales growth of better […]

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Illumina (ILMN)

It Iooks like Illumina selling has exhausted itself

With the Standard & Poor's 500 falling 2.37% at the close and the NASDAQ 100 down 3.16% for the day, shares of Illumina (ILMN) climbed 1.67%. Yesterday and today the selling of Illumina looks to have exhausted itself. The stock traded at $400.74 as recently as August 5 and at $353.65 on September 4. But […]

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Vaxart (VXRT)

With Vaxart you get Volatility–here’s why it’s so extreme

Yesterday shares of Vaxart (VXRT) were up 46.79%. Today they're down 16.13% as of noon in New York. And, of course the shares are down 55.38% since I bought them on July 22, 2020 at $14.79. Why so much, such extraordinary volatility? Some is because this is the kind of market we're living in, but […]

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