Most Sunday evenings I review the market and examine charts on my watchlists. I thought this would be a great time to also share what I’m reviewing. This format may change a bit as time goes on, but the basic idea is to share the key data, news, and articles I’m currently looking at for the upcoming week.
Upcoming market events
- Micron (MU) on June 29
- Conagra (CAG), FedEx (FDX) on June 30
- Macy’s (M), Capri Holdings (CPRI), Constellation Brands (STZ), General Mills (GIS) on July 1
- National Beverage Corp. (FIZZ), Carnival Corporation (CCL) on July 2
Data (via SeekingAlpha):
- Tesla (TSLA) is scheduled to release an update on Q2 deliveries
- An update on June firearm checks might come from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System
- TrueCar forecasts auto sales will fall 27.2% in June to 1,098,960 units
IPOs anticipated this week:
- DoubleDown Interactive (DDI) and Dun & Bradstreet (DNB) on June 30
- Accolade (ACCD) and Lemonade (LMND) on July 1
There’s also an IPO share lockup on Northstar Gold (NSGCF)
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