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This week’s 5 key earnings charts – August 9, 2022

Earnings season isn’t over yet, although nearly 90% of the S&P 500 has reported. Now is the time for us to hear from smaller companies, retailers and dozens of companies that have recently been IPOs or SPACs.

The earnings report from these 5 companies will be crucial this week. 3 out of 5 have no positive returns but are popular stocks with investors. One is a big cap legacy company. And the fifth is a recent retail IPO.

All 5 of these stocks have fallen this year. Has all the bad news been priced in yet?

This week’s 5 key earnings charts

1. Coinbase (COIN free report)

Coinbase has beaten 2 of the last 4 quarters but walks away with a big loss in earnings in the most recent quarter.

Gains are expected to fall 158% this year to a $8.46 loss from $14.50 last year. Coinbase’s revenue is also expected to fall nearly 50% year over year.

Coinbase’s shares are down nearly 60% year-to-date, but have staged a major rally over the past month, gaining over 75%.

Will This Recent Rally In Coinbase Last?

2. Roblox (RBLX free report)

Roblox has only hit once since its IPO in 2021. Revenue is expected to fall 5% in 2022.

The Zacks Consensus for 2022 projects a loss of $1.02 versus a loss of $0.97 last year. Earnings are expected to remain negative in 2023 with the Zacks consensus for a loss of $1.14.

Roblox shares are down 52% year-to-date but rallied in growth stocks’ rally over the summer, up 26% during that time.

Roblox has a market cap of $26.7 billion.

Is Roblox a bargain after the 2022 sell-off?

3. Sweetgreen, Inc. (SG free report)

Sweetgreen has missed it twice in a row since it hit the public market in 2021.

Revenue is expected to rise 72% in 2022 to a loss of $1.54 from a loss of $5.51 last year as the restaurant industry recovers from the pandemic.

But Wall Street turned its back on Sweetgreen in the first half of 2022. Shares are down 45% year-to-date, but they’ve rallied 27% over the past month on the back of the summer growth stocks rally.

Is the Worst Over for Sweetgreen Stock?

4. Disney (DIS free report)

Disney has missed 2 of the last 4 quarters. Earnings are expected to rise 71% in fiscal 2022 to $3.93 from $2.29 last year as the global economy reopens.

But investors were worried about streaming numbers and COVID park closures in China and Hong Kong.

Disney’s shares are down 29% year-to-date but have recovered from their recent lows.

With an expected P/E of 27, it’s not cheap despite the sell-off. And it stopped paying a dividend in 2020.

Should you wait on the sidelines with Disney?

5. Arhaus (ARHS free report)

Arhaus is a luxury furniture retailer that has performed all three quarters since its IPO in 2021.

Revenue is expected to fall 10% to $0.62 in 2022 from $0.69 last year as furniture purchases slow now that consumers can travel and get to the office and school again .

Arhaus shares are down 53% year-to-date but have rallied this summer and are up 25%.

With a forward P/E of 9.7, it’s cheap.

Is Arhaus a deal?

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