Earning Releases

Earnings releases offer valuable insight into a company’s financials, which greatly impact the performance of its stock on the global stage. /strong>

Publicly traded companies are required to publish their earnings on a quarterly basis. Below you can see the earnings calendar for all the companies available at CMTrading.

Symbol Expected Earnings Date
Altaba(Yahoo) 25-Feb-2020
Aurora Cannabis 02-March-2020
Apple 28-Jan-2020
Alcoa 15-Jan-2020
Alibaba 28-Jan-2020
AMD 29-Jan-2020
Amgen 30-Jan-2020
Amazon 01-Feb-2020
Arena Pharmaceutical 12-March-2020
Bank of America 15-Jan-2020
Berkshire Hathaway 24-Feb-2020
Baidu 21-Feb-2020
Biogen 30-Jan-2020
Boeing 29-Jan-2020
BlackRock 15-Jan-2020
Caterpillar 31-Jan-2020
Canopy Growth Corp 14-Feb-2020
Chevron 31-Jan-2020
China Mobile 19-March-2020
Cisco Systems 12-Feb-2020
CitiGroup 14-Jan-2020
Coca Cola 13-Feb-2020
Cronos Group 04-May-2020
Credit Suisse 13-Feb-2020
Danaher Corp 30-Jan-2020
Deutsche Bank 30-Jan-2020
Electronic Arts 30-Jan-2020
eBay 28-Jan-2020
Expedia 06-Feb-2020
Exxon Mobil Corp 31-Jan-2020
Facebook 29-Jan-2020
Ford Motors 04-Feb-2020
Garmin Ltd 19-Feb-2020
General Electric 29-Jan-2020
Goldman Sachs 15-Jan-2020
Google Inc 03-Feb-2020
GO PRO 03-Feb-2020
Growth World Pharmaceutical 25-Feb-2020
Honda Motors 07-Feb-2020
Hewlett Packard 20-Feb-2020
IBM 21-Jan-2020
Intel Corp 23-Jan-2020
JPMorgan Chase & Co. 14-Jan-2020
LYFT 11-Feb-2020
Manchester United 13-Feb-2020
Mastercard 29-Jan-2020
McDonalds 29-Jan-2020
Microsoft Corp 23-Jan-2020
Mobileye 23-Jan-2020
Monsanto 04-Feb-2020
Morgan Stanley 16-Jan-2020
Nike 18-March-2020
Netflix 21-Jan-2020
NVIDIA 12-Feb-2020
Paypal 29-Jan-2020
Pfizer 28-Jan-2020
Seagate 04-Feb-2020
Starbucks 28-Jan-2020
SONY 04-Feb-2020
Tesla 18-Feb-2020
Tower Semiconductor 19-Feb-2020
Toyota 06-Feb-2020
Twitter 06-Feb-2020
UBS 21-Jan-2020
Vodafone 05-Feb-2020
Visa 30-Jan-2020
Wal-Mart Stores 18-Feb-2020
Western Digitial 30-Jan-2020
ZYNGA 06-Feb-2020
3M 25-Jan-2020
Altaba / Yahoo  TBA
Aurora Cannabis 11-Nov-2020
Apple 07-Nov-2020
Alcoa 16-Oct-2020
Alibaba 01-Nov-2020
AMD 23-Oct-2020
Amgen 29-Oct-2020
Amazon 24-Oct-2020
Arena Pharma 06-Nov-2020
Bank of America 21-Oct-2020
Baidu 29-Oct-2020
Berkshire Hathaway  TBA
Biogen 22-Oct-2020
Blackrock 15-Oct-2020
Boeing 23-Oct-2020
Caterpillar 23-Oct-2020
Canopy Growth 13-Nov-2020
China Mobile TBA 
Chevron 01-Nov-2020
Cisco 13-Nov-2020
Citigroup 22-Oct-2020
Coca Cola 18-Oct-2020
Cronos Group 12-Nov-2020
Credit Suisse 07-Nov-2020
Danaher Corp 17-Oct-2020
Disney 14-Nov-2020
Deutsche Bank 23-Oct-2020
EA 29-Oct-2020
Ebay 29-Oct-2020
Expedia 24-Oct-2020
Exxon Mobil 01-Nov-2020
Facebook 29-Oct-2020
Ford 23-Oct-2020
GE 29-Oct-2020
Garmin 30-Oct-2020
Goldman Sachs 15-Oct-2020
Google 24-Oct-2020
GoPro 07-Nov-2020
GW Pharmaceuticals 26-Nov-2020
Honda Motor 29-Oct-2020
Hewlett Packard TBA 
IBM 15-Oct-2020
Intel 24-Oct-2020
JP Morgan 15-Oct-2020
Lyft 06-Nov-2020
Mastercard 29-Oct-2020
McDonalds 22-Oct-2020
Microsoft 23-Oct-2020
Morgan Stanley 15-Oct-2020
Netflix 15-Oct-2020
Nvidia 21-Nov-2020
PayPal 17-Oct-2020
Pfizer 29-Oct-2020
Rio Tinto TBA 
Seagate Technology 01-Nov-2020
Starbucks 07-Nov-2020
Sony 29-Oct-2020
Tesla 23-Oct-2020
Tower Semiconductor 04-Nov-2020
Toyota 05-Nov-2020
Twitter 24-Oct-2020
UBS 24-Oct-2020
Vodafone TBA 
Visa 23-Oct-2020
Western Digital 24-Oct-2020
Walmart 21-Nov-2020
Zynga 30-Oct-2020
3M 22-Oct-2020

What is an earnings report?

Quarterly earnings reports are crucial for stock traders as they serve as an indicator of how a company performed over the last quarter. Earnings reports typically include valuable financial data such as the earnings per share (EPS), the net income of the company as well as net sales.


These reports tend to trigger increased volatility in the market due to how they affect investor sentiment in a company or industry segment. As such, trading activity tends to pick up during earning releases, which provide exciting trading opportunities due to the higher trading volume and profit potential.

Therefore, an earnings report can help traders determine the general price direction and identify potential trading opportunities.

How to trade earning releases

As is the case with other high-impact financial reports, market analysts typically try to predict a company’s financials before the actual earnings release is made public.

If the forecasts are not in agreement with the actual report, then it’s quite likely that the price of the company’s stock will be affected as investors digest the numbers.

Put simply, when the estimates point to a positive quarter, but the actual results don’t meet the forecasts, investors are likely to start selling their equity, which will eventually drive prices down.

On the other hand, if an earnings report exceeds the market’s expectations, investors will flock to buy the stock in anticipation of an increase in demand and price.