GM – General Motors Company is a leading automotive company which designs, builds and sells cars, trucks and auto parts across the globe.

GM – General Motors Company

Fundamentals Previously closed at 32.19
Day’s high 32.41
Day’s low 32.00
P/E ratio 5.45
EPS 5.91


Analysts opinion GM has been doing well with improvements in profits in all of its business units. Its adjusted earnings increased 46.5% to $1.26 a share for Q1, crushing wall street estimates by a huge surprise factor. It reported revenues of $37.3 Billion, 4.5% higher than its previous year Q1. GM also managed to break even in Europe and make strong profits in China markets. Also GM recently unveiled Chevrolet Bolt EV, with the deliveries in early 2017. It is expected to make a huge impact in the electric vehicle mass market, competing with Tesla’s model 3.
Sentiments Despite having invested $500 million in Lyft, paying a $300 million union worker buyouts and $60 million for stockholder lawsuits, GM still managed to earn significantly greater than wallstreet estimates. This is bound to have a bullish sentiment for the stock
Social Media Pulse The stock has 100% higher chatter than usual.

UA – Under Armour Inc, is engaged in developing, marketing and distribution of branded performance apparel, footwear and accessories.

UA – Under Armour Inc

Fundamentals Previously closed at 43.95
Day’s high 44.37
Day’s low 43.51
P/E ratio 44.73
EPS 1.05


Analyst opinion UA reported its Q1 earnings today – an EPS of $0.04, double the wall street expectations. Revenue for the quarter was at $1.05 Billion, 30.4% higher YoY, and a staggering 30 million higher than wallstreet predictions. With a 63% surge in the overall net income, UA seems to be bullish.
Sentiments UA also recently accelerated its plan to nearly double the annual revenue to $7.5 billion by 2018, and the earnings today seems to be in line with the plan.
Social Media Pulse The stock has 41% higher social chatter than usual.



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