|National Guard in Hoboken in late 2012|
Amazon's first-quarter results are likely to show a "steady as she goes" mentality, with the company continually expanding into new areas and strong growth from existing business lines.
Alphabet's first-quarter earnings are expected to show more dominance in display advertising, but there may be concerns about its hardware strategy.
Intel's first-quarter earnings will highlight how the company's data center business is doing and if the PC rebound is real. These ETFs may benefit if investors like what they hear.
Comcast's video subscriber number will receive heavy scrutiny, as will any updates to its wireless plans. These 5 ETFs may benefit if investors like what they hear.