An earnings season blowout awaits investors in the coming week.
Oh, and an avalanche of Amazon (AMZN) Prime Day coverage. Here are several pieces from TheStreet's newsroom that you would be wise to read now.
Big Bank Earnings....
Earnings from big banks continue, with Bank of America (BAC) and Goldman Sachs (GS) set to report early in the week. TheStreet's senior banking reporter Bradley Keoun dives into the problems the banks are having navigating the Trump economy. Here is what Keoun saw in the results last week from JPMorgan Chase (JPM) , Citigroup (C) and Wells Fargo (WFC) , all of which you probably overlooked.
Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS member club is bullish on Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Citigroup. More insight into why here.
Trucker Shortage Is Getting Worse
TheStreet's industrials reporter Anders Keitz looks at the massive trucker shortage in America and how it stands to get even worse. Investors should be cautious on trucking stocks such as JB Hunt (JBHT) (employee costs are rising) and consumer companies like Target (TGT) (transportation inflation) into second quarter earnings as a result of the trucker shortage.
Will the Netflix Magic Continue?
Netflix (NFLX) has been hit with a wave of Wall Street analyst downgrades into its earnings report on Monday evening. Keep in mind that this is the same thing that happened when Netflix reported first quarter earnings -- the company went onto blow away Wall Street estimates and the stock went through the roof.
TheStreet's tech columnist Eric Jhonsa has five things investors must know ahead of Netflix earnings. Jhonsa will be live-blogging analysis of the numbers after the close Monday, so stay tuned to TheStreet.
TheStreet's Twitter feed @TheStreet will also have live analysis.
Here Comes Amazon Prime Day
Amazon Prime Day kicks off Monday afternoon. TheStreet's tech reporter Annie Gaus looks at if Prime Day will push Amazon beyond the $1 trillion market cap level. Amazon's current market cap stands at $879 billion. Gaus also weighs in on Russia ahead of Trump's widely watched meeting with Putin on Monday.
Here's why Jim Cramer continues to be bullish on Amazon.
MoviePass CEO Isn't Staying Quiet
"I think there's a concerted effort out there from AMC (AMC) and other players trying to put us out of business, with the whole scare tactic of 'can they survive,' 'are they sustainable,' 'can they make it,' 'they're burning cash.' Of course, we're burning cash, but so does Amazon. And then there's Netflix, doing original content and losing $4 billion this year."
Get Jim Cramer's current thinking on the markets here.