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        Q3 Earnings Roundup: How is the Herd Moving?
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        💡Summary: Third Quarter Earnings season is in full swing. 30% of the Companies in the S&P 500 will report earnings this week, on downgraded Show More
        💡Summary:
        Third Quarter Earnings season is in full swing. 30% of the Companies in the S&P 500 will report earnings this week, on downgraded expectations from a cautious Wall Street burdened by war, inflation, a stubbornly resilient labor force, and surging Treasury yields.

        These factors can slow price increases in U.S. Stocks. War drives up energy and threatens travel, inflation indicators like low unemployment and high CPI point to Fed interest rate increases, and Treasury yields over 5% give near risk-free options for investing.

        The Fed raises rates to slow the economy by curbing lending and the housing market; if Treasury bonds have higher yields than stock returns, and the Fed pays better rates than the returns on lending money, firms and investors hold their cash instead of stimulating the economy.

        As Bloomberg reports, since the beginning of the earnings season on Oct. 13, 400 members in the S&P 500 have moved in the same direction: Macro trends are the main driver of stock movement, "macro is dominating the narrative again,” Quincy Krosby, chief global strategist at LPL Financial, told Bloomberg. “The situation in the Middle East weighs on sentiment.”

        Last Week, financial stocks like JPM and BNY failed to impress investors. Stock pickers usually look at financial stocks to signaling a painful earnings season to come. Meanwhile, market leaders like Tesla outright disappointed.

        This week, 10/23, expect major economic bellwethers like Boeing, Visa, Meta, Exxon, and Chevron, alongside the 'Magnificent Seven' stocks Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and next week Apple.

        As Earnings season unfolds, post your updates, insight here!

        🎙️Q:

        1. Do you believe earnings this quarter will be a bang or a bust?
        2. What is your favorite sector for returns this earnings season?

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