Friday’s close could point to the beginning of a correction.
The shares have stabilized since slumping after the previous earnings report.
BlackBerry has been trading mostly below $10 a share since mid-2013, a threshold that prevents many equity mutual funds from buying the stock.
An earnings beat could reverse the downtrend.
Two years ago, Lululemon recalled yoga pants that showed see-through characteristics, and the stock had a volatile ride lower until last June.
The weekly chart shows share-price vulnerability.
The iShares S&P GSCI Commodity-Indexed Trust exchange-traded fund is heavily-weighed to oil and energy, not to a basket of energy stocks.
This exchange-traded fund trades like a stock, a good alternative for the risk-averse.
The software company is scheduled to report after the closing bell on Wednesday.
An earnings beat doesn't necessarily mean the stock will rise.