Earnings are the financial advantages of the performance of a company. These advantages are referred to as the earnings and profits by other financial analysts. The earnings of a company refers to the money generated in a year by the business. The earnings of a company may be positive or negative. The earnings of a company may also be annual, quarterly, or even monthly.
There are many factors that affect the earnings of a company. Most importantly, the Earnings Season, the first six months of any fiscal year is when traders expect stronger stock prices and earnings rise. The Earnings Season generally falls in late January, February or March. During this time, stock prices usually increase for about two weeks, before declining back down. Therefore, the stock prices should rise about three times the price of the product that you’re trading – or if the company’s stock is relatively cheap, you should earn a profit from your stocks, which should also mean higher payouts.
However, the Earnings Report that follows the Earnings Season is not the only thing that investors and traders are looking at. To understand the earnings reports better, it is advisable to look into the earnings trends and performance of a company during the Earnings Season. This way, you can avoid making the same mistakes that many traders make. The earnings reports are issued by the company once a month, quarterly or yearly. The annual earnings reports are issued in January, April, June and September, the quarterly in July and November, and the monthly report in January and February.