The S&P 500 plunged 3.3 percent between Friday, January 22, and Friday, January 29. It was the biggest weekly decline since October, with 85 percent of the index’s members losing value. The selloff also dragged stocks into negative territory on a year-to-date basis.
The DJ Automobile Manufacturers Index ($DJUSAU) has gained 88 percent in the last three months. That’s the biggest gain of more than 150 industry indexes on the TradeStation platform. The Auto Part Index ($DJUSAP) was the second-best performer, up 78 percent. In contrast, the broader S&P 500 has risen 12 percent in the same period.
The S&P 500 rose 1.2 percent between Friday, March 22, and Friday, March 29. The index just finished its best quarter in almost a decade, up 13 percent, after climbing for three straight months.
Early leader Tilray (TLRY)
might have fallen asleep after a blistering rally in September, but others have lit up more recently. Aurora Cannabis (ACB) glowed green today, ripping 12 percent to a five-month high.
Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), Microchip Technology (MCHP), On Semiconductor (ON) and Cypress Semiconductor (CY) all pushed higher after releasing their quarterly results. Some beat estimates and others merely came in line, but they all gained on hopes that the worst of the industry’s slowdown has passed.
Netflix Earnings – International revenues exceed U.S. with over 139 million paid memberships worldwide
Netflix increased annual revenue 35% to $16 billion in 2018 and nearly doubled operating income to $1.6 billion with an operating profit margin of 10%.