With prominent names like Alphabet and Microsoft near fresh 52-week lows, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite closed out a three consecutive quarter losing streak on September 30. This losing streak is being witnessed for the first time since the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.
Investors will now keenly watch quarterly reports released in October's busy earnings season for clues on economic slowdown and analyze its broad impact on companies.
In the weeks leading up to these quarterly reports and soon after, stock prices move faster than usual. The swing in stock prices can provide new opportunities. It also raises volatility risk, which some investors avoid.
In our exclusive earnings-focused webinar, learn from Yogesh Khairajani, our Global Market Strategist, how to prepare for the risk associated with quarterly earnings season.
Analysis of a company's earnings report
Planning of the earnings season
Decoding the impact of earnings results on stock prices
How far-sighted is the impact/effect of earnings reports?
What should be your investment strategy when sentiments are weak?
Bonus session - Live Platform Training
Global Market Strategist – Century Financial
Yogesh is a qualified investment professional with over a decade of expertise in Capital Markets, holding the Investment Advice Diploma (IAD) from CISI*, a certification in Fintech from HarvardX, and a Certificate in Climate Risk from Chartered Banker. He also completed The Wharton School's Certified Investment Management Analyst Program and has a degree in Business Administration from the Institute of Management Sciences.
His professional certifications from The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) include:
Investment Advice Diploma (3 modules) - UK Regulation & Professional Integrity, Derivatives, Investment Risk and Taxation, Risk in Financial Services, International Certificate in Wealth and Investment Management, International Introduction to Securities and Investment, UAE Financial Rules and Regulations, and Investment Operations Certificate.
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