It's official ...
We are in the midst of Q2 earnings season.
So what should investors expect?
Investment Strategist at Edward Jones, Kate Warne, sat down with TheStreet to share her thoughts.
Here's an excerpt from the video transcript:
"I think overall expectations have been lowered a lot as companies have lowered the bar and our analysts have lowered the bar, so we actually think that earnings will be okay, not great and that's because companies can probably climb over the negative expectations we have right now. I think investors are going to be focusing more on the guidance that companies give and the reason is that while earnings aren't going to be stellar, we're also coming off last year's earnings that were up more than 20% due to the corporate tax cuts. We didn't have more corporate tax cuts. We actually have had headwinds in the form of the trade and tariff issues as well as slow, slower global growth," Warne said.
Warne also discusses why investors can expect the bull market to continue and why they should be prepared for more volatility ahead.
Watch the video above hear all of that and more.