Four times a year – once each quarter – publicly traded companies drop their protective veil and give investors a look at their books.
It's kind of like a financial "State of the Union."
We call it "earnings season."
It's always one of the most important times of the year for stocks.
And the current earnings season – which started this week, and which will continue through the month of July – is the biggest and most important in a decade.
Not since the Great Recession of 2007-2009 have the stakes been so high.
At risk is the $10 trillion in shareholder wealth that's been created since the market bottomed in March.
In my 30 years of professional trading, I've never seen a stretch where investors needed actual results and "forward guidance" from companies reporting their earnings as much as they do right now.
My job – and I love it – is to categorize the stocks of these companies as "high risk" or "low risk" and to guide you accordingly. What I'm going to show you will let you add to your portion of that $10 trillion windfall – and avoid giving any of it back… Full Story