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This week will be perhaps the biggest week of earnings season, with many major names reporting, including Amazon, Facebook, Ford and Starbucks.
Here are 13 other companies that should seriously entertain splitting their stocks. Splits are of course a gimmick, but the stock market usually rewards companies for splitting their stocks.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, BP, Chevron, DraftKings, Exxon Mobile, FedEx, NextEra Energy, Nikola, Penn National, Twitter and Zillow.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Citigroup, Facebook, Lennar, Netflix, NextEra, Nvidia, Nike, Pinterest, Roku and Snap.
After Friday's close, two very high-profile stock splits are taking place. 24/7 Wall St. thinks there are some other stocks that could and should split their shares in their wake.
Tesla's announced five-for-one stock split, combined with an earlier four-for-one split at Apple, may persuade a few of the other high-flying tech stocks to make a similar move.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Alphabet, Amazon.com, Apple, Baidu, Comcast, Electronic Arts, Ford and Facebook.
Search engine behemoth Google reported second-quarter earnings per share of $10.13 and $38.30 billion in revenue. Consensus estimates called for $8.34 in EPS and $37.36 billion in revenue.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of some of the larger tech companies that are about to report their quarterly results, including Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Albertsons, Alphabet, Carnival, Coeur Mining, Devon Energy, Halliburton, Skyworks Solutions, Tesla, Walt Disney and Zendesk.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Amazon.com, Apple, Disney, DuPont, Halliburton, Moderna, Phillips 66, Sunrun, Teladoc and more.
Roku, seeking more traction with advertisers, will be the first presenter at the IAB's NewFronts next week.
Facebook looks to angel investments as acquisitions draw unwelcome antitrust scrutiny.
Roku adds new channels to attract viewers and a new shopper data feature to attract advertisers.
As the country reopens for business Roku may be lagging because it’s a stay-at-home stock.