Earnings season presents traders with the challenge of trying to keep up with a deluge of reports and market fluctuations. Sifting through company news, data, and price movements from multiple sources can result in a disorganized and difficult process.

However, MarketReader can help simplify earnings season workflows by highlighting only the information that matters to you. 

With MarketReader, it is possible to view only companies that are moving unusually following the release of earnings announcements, to get a broad picture of how the market is moving at a glance:

If you want to ignore earnings reports and see the companies that are moving for other reasons, MarketReader has that feature too. This allows you to quickly see what trends are affecting the market despite all of the earnings noise.

Users can also filter companies by market cap, asset type, sector, and industry to find exactly what they are looking for. From here, users can read MarketReader’s concise market movement explanations on the cards or expand the summary for more information. 

You’re probably wondering how MarketReader can help you get ahead of earnings releases and subsequent price moves. We make that simple:

Users can look at a stock that has released earnings and ask MarketReader to show peer companies (companies that often move in sympathy with the selected stock). Using Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) as an example, we can see that they reported Q2 earnings on Monday, July 24, and correlated assets include companies like Papa John’s (PZZA) and Yum! Brands (YUM). 

Papa John’s and Yum! Brands have not reported earnings yet, but they are moving in sympathy with Domino’s. This insight can help traders understand and anticipate how Papa John’s and Yum! Brands might perform when they report their earnings.. 

While MarketReader is not a predictive trading tool, features like our Smart Screener and Filter Menu can help investors understand the market and the most unusual moves better than any other software, which can lead to better trading. 

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