The average stock that has reported earnings this season has gained on the first trading day following its report. We've seen a lot of huge moves higher this season, though. Below is a list of the 40 stocks that have reacted the most positively to their earnings reports this season. As shown, Glu Mobile (GLUU) has posted the biggest one-day gain at +30.73%, followed closely by K12 (LRN) at +30.32%.
A number of Tech companies that were pretty down in the dumps heading into this earnings season have seen huge gains following their reports. A few on the list below include Netflix (NFLX), Tableau Software (DATA), Twitter (TWTR) and Amazon.com (AMZN). Another Tech stock on the list that we've been positive on based on our Pulse survey work is LinkedIn (LNKD) -- See page 49 of our December report. Following its report last night, LNKD is up 14% today -- trading to a new all-time high.
There are 61 stocks that have traded up more than 10% on their earnings reports this season, but there are 50 that have traded down more than 10% as well. Below is a list of the companies that have gotten hit the hardest on earnings this season. Topping the list is Rentrak (RENT) with a one-day decline of 36.93%. Hawaiian Holdings (HA) ranks second worst at -26.97%, followed by QuickLogic (QUIK) in third with a loss of 25.26%. Other notables on the list of losers include Deckers Outdoors (DECK), YELP, Ralph Lauren (RL), KB Home (KBH), Travelzoo (TZOO), and Expedia (EXPE).
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