Even though earnings season is mostly behind us — at least for the large caps — reports still look strong.
I mean, just look at the stats so far… The amount of companies beating both earnings-per-share and revenue estimates is 62.9%, which is better than what Wall Street first expected.
I’ve found a few trending large-cap stocks with exceptional numbers that will lead to even bigger catalysts for upside moves ahead.
But keep in mind that both of these trending large-cap stocks are mature companies that have gained a lot over time. However, sometimes an earnings report can clue us in on what’s about to happen.
I say we’re looking at more upside for some of Wall Street’s darlings…
2 Trending Large-Cap Stocks Gearing up for a Big Move
The first trending large-cap stock on my list is Thomson Reuters Corp. (NYSE: TRI).
It’s a leading provider of news and information for professional markets such as law, accounting, higher education, corporate training, scientific research and financial services.
In a nutshell, if you need data, go to Reuters.
It’s the perfect example of combining technology and finance.
Those who keep up with my analysis know how much I love companies that combine age-old data with technology. That combo seems to be doing well these days.
TRI’s one-year return is about 36%, which is good for a mature company.
I have a price target on the stock at $140 per share over the next quarter, which is possible in light of the fact that fundamentals and the economy is heating up. So there’s a great chance we’ll see more upside ahead from TRI.
But that’s just a little bit about this first name…
Check out my short video below to learn more about TRI and to get the next trending large-cap stock on my list.
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P.S. Joy of the Trade’s Jeff Zananiri is pulling back the curtain on a trading method that mainly pushes our attention to the stock market right before it closes.
That’s because from the time the market opens until about 3 p.m. EST, Wall Street has the upper hand. But once 3 o’clock rolls around, the big funds on Wall Street tend to bleed cash…
Which sends certain stocks crashing lower.
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