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My name is Lorenzo, I am a Popular Investor on eToro investment platform (@iEarnings), passionate about the stock market and I have a master’s degree in corporate finance and financial markets.

I created BullDude.com in September 2019 because I have a strong passion for the stock market and I like numbers and analysis.

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Inside this post you will find an explanation of the types of analysis present on BullDude.com, which are divided into 3 categories:


1. Daily analysis

  • Pre-market movers (including Earnings Reports movers)
  • Buy the “dip”
  • Buy High, Sell Higher
  • Top Chart Patterns (Breakout & Rebound)
  • Statistical PRE-publication of the Earnings Report
  • POST-publication of the Earnings Report
  • Score-Card analysis

2. Upcoming Earnings reports & Dividends

At the beginning of each week an analysis will be published about the companies that will release the earnings report (or will have the Ex-Dividend Date) within the week. In particular, the following information will be shown:

  • Analysts’ expectations regarding growth or decrease in terms of EPS (Earnings-Per-Share) and Revenue in this quarter compared to the same quarter of 12 months before
  • A “card” for the 10 best companies of the week containing information such as transactions in the last quarter by Hedge Funds and Insiders, analysts’ target price and a risk indicator
  • Key information such as Revenue, Net Income, Annual Dividend Yield, Valuation ratios and Performance
  • Calendar of the week
  • Best companies that in the coming week will have the Ex Dividend Date, or the last day on which it is possible to hold the share to be entitled to the next dividend

3. Daily/Weekly/Monthly summary

At the end of each day / week / month, a summary containing the following information will be published:

  • Performance of the 3 main US stock indices (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Dow Jones) with the 5 winners and losers of the day for each index
  • S&P 500 index sectors performance.
  • Performances of FAANG stocks (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google).
  • Companies that have reached a New All-Time Highs or Lows in the current trading session.
  • The 5 winners and the 5 losers who released the earnings report within the week/month. Also highlighting the expected EPS, reported and the related Surprise, that is how much the EPS expected by analysts were beaten / missed.

–> Explanation of each type of analysis <–



1.Daily analysis


Pre-market movers

This article is posted about 1 hour before market opening and includes the percentage changes of the following:

  • Major US stock indices (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Dow Jones)
  • FAANGs companies (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google)
  • The 5 winners and losers in terms of percentage changes in the components of the S&P 500 index
  • Reactions of the top companies to the earnings reports just released
Example of Pre-market movers

Buy the “DIP”

The purpose of this type of analysis is to inform readers about those companies that, after a temporary decline, are ready to follow the underlying positive medium-long term trend based on the target price expected by analysts.

In each “card” supplied with the company chart it is possible to find information on analysts’ expectations about the future of the company.

In particular, ideal companies should possess the following characteristics:

  • Technical:
    • positive medium-long term price trend
    • signs of recovery after a temporary decline lasting a few days / week
  • Fundamental:
    • analysts expect further stock price growth in the coming months
    • analysts expect growth in EPS (Earnings-Per-Share) over the next 5 years
    • in the last quarterly report the company reported higher EPS than analysts’ expectations
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Example of Buy the “dip” analysis

In addition, an analysis will be published that follows the “Buy High, Sell Higher” theory, or identify the companies that are in a strong positive trend and have an additional margin of growth available according to analysts. Click here to find out more.


Chart Patterns

Chart Breakout patterns

In this category you can find every day the companies that have graphically shown a BREAKOUT pattern (both positive and negative).

This pattern concerns an event in which the price manages to overcome a point where it was previously stopped and refers to: trend-lines, resistances and supports.

Types of Breakout patterns

Chart Rebound patterns

In this category you can find every day companies that have graphically shown a REBOUND pattern (both positive and negative).

This pattern concerns an event in which the price rebounds from a point where it previously supported the growth / decrease of the stock price, preparing to follow the direction of the main trend. This pattern refers to: trend-lines, resistances, supports and moving averages at 50 and 200 periods.

Types of Rebound patterns

Earnings report Analysis

Pre-earnings report

Example of Pre-earnings analysis of Micron Technology (MU)

A few days before the publication of the quarterly report, I publish a statistical analysis of how the stock price reacted during the last 12 earnings reports released.

This analysis provides information such as “AAPL in 85% of cases reacts to the publication of the quarterly report closing the day at a price higher than the opening price, with an average advance of 2.5% during the day“.


Post-earnings report

Example of Post-earnings analysis of Nvidia Corp. (NVDA)

Immediately after the companies publish the quarterly report I analyze the data released in terms of income statement items (Revenues, Gross Profit, Operating Income, Net Income and relative margins) compared to the same quarter data of 12 months before. Furthermore, it takes into consideration whether analysts’ expectations in terms of EPS and Revenues have been beaten.

All this information summarized in a SCORE.


Score-Card Analysis

Example of Score-Card analysis of Lululemon Athletica Inc. (LULU)

This analysis assigns a score to every company and takes a lot of information into consideration.

In summary, a company to have an overall score close to 100% must have the following characteristics:

  • Report high growth rates in the last 3 years (and in the last quarter) in terms of Revenue, Gross Profit, Operating Income and Net Income. Furthermore, it must operate with high and improving margins in recent years.
  • Analysts expect Earnings Per Share (EPS) and revenues to grow in the short term (in the next quarter) and in the medium to long term (in the next 5 years). Moreover, they expect the company to be undervalued at current prices and in the last quarter their EPS expectations must have been beaten with a consequent rise in share prices.
  • The stock price of the company must have outperformed the S&P 500 index and in the last 3 months the Hedge Funds and Insiders bought shares in the company.

2.Upcoming Earnings reports & Dividends

At the beginning of each week an analysis will be published about the companies that will release the earnings report (or will have the Ex-Dividend Date) within the week. In particular, the following information will be shown:

  • Analysts’ expectations regarding growth or decrease in terms of EPS (Earnings-Per-Share) and Revenue in this quarter compared to the same quarter of 12 months before
  • A “card” for the 10 best companies of the week containing information such as transactions in the last quarter by Hedge Funds and Insiders, analysts’ target price and a risk indicator
  • Key information such as Revenue, Net Income, Annual Dividend Yield, Valuation ratios and Performance
  • Calendar of the week
  • Best companies that in the coming week will have the Ex Dividend Date, or the last day on which it is possible to hold the share to be entitled to the next dividend
Example of EPS and Revenue estimated by analysts
Example of a “card” for one of the 10 best companies of the week

3.Daily/Weekly/Monthly summary

A daily/weekly/monthly summary about the US stock market.

The following information will be shown:

  • Performance of the 3 main US stock indices (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Dow Jones) with the 5 winners and losers of the day for each index.
  • S&P 500 index sectors performance.
  • Performances of FAANG stocks (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google).
  • Companies that have reached a New All-Time Highs or Lows in the current trading session.
  • The 5 winners and the 5 losers who released the quarterly report within the week/month. Also highlighting the expected EPS, reported and the related Surprise, that is how much the EPS expected by analysts were beaten / missed (only on a Weekly/Monthly basis).
Example of the summary of the United States indices

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