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3 Stocks That Could Make Huge Moves This Week

Feb 23, 2017

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3 Stocks That Could Make Huge Moves This Week

True CarTrue Car attempts to bring the majority of the car-searching and buying process online. The company reports on Thursday afternoon. Currently, 27% of True Cars shares are sold short.

True Car is an unprofitable, newly IPOd company that just endured a shake-up that saw the CEO leave. Some doubt that dealers will embrace the service.

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Heres What You Should WatchOver the Short TermTrue Car is expected to report a loss of $0.04 per share for the previous quarter.Analysts expect the company to have collected $65.4 million in sales for the previous quarter.For 2016, analysts expect the company to earn $0.05 per share on sales of $310 million.Over the Long TermListen in to the conference call to get a feel for how True Cars dealership network is responding to the companys value proposition. After last years break-up with AutoNation, keeping this network happy is vital.

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NordstromNordstrom is a clothing and accessories retailer. The company reports earnings on Thursday evening.

Currently, 18% of Nordstroms shares are sold short.

Like all retailers, its been a tough run. The companys revenue is down year-over-year as it tries to become more of an e-commerce presence.

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Heres What You Should WatchOver the Short TermNordstrom is expected to announce $4.2 billion in revenue for the previous quarter.The company is expected to have made $1.23 per share last quarter.For fiscal 2017, expectations are set for $15.2 billion in revenue and earnings of $3.57 per share.Over the Long TermSame-store saleswhich include results from e-commerceare vital. Check to see if they can accelerate beyond the 0.9% increase seen last quarter.In order to become a real e-commerce player, Nordstrom needs to begin work on its West Coast (Fresno) fulfillment center. Listen to the conference call to see when this will happen.

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Boston BeerBoston Beer is the parent company of Sam Adams beer. The company will report earnings on Thursday evening.

Currently, 18% of Bostons float is sold short.

Boston Beer is simply priceytrading for 24 times earnings. With micro-brews popping up all over the map, many investors believe the days of frothy growth are coming to an end.

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Heres What You Should WatchOver the Short TermAnalysts are expecting Boston to report revenue of $224 million for the previous quarter.They are also expecting the company to have earned $1.13 per share for the previous quarter.For 2016, analysts expect earnings of $8.05 per share on $1.02 billion in revenue.Over the Long TermWhile I dont usually think something as short-term as 2016 revenue guidance is a great barometer, I think it will provide a window into demand for Sam Adams moving forward. For reference, revenue has grown by 10% over the past twelve months.

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