The Week of April 8 - 12
For the week, 75 companies will be reporting their respective earnings with the biggest reporting session being Monday (33). We've summarized the top 13 companies most likely to experience the greatest movement in their share prices immediately following their respective earnings announcements. Key Meetings and Reports: The Fed Chair is scheduled to speak for three consecutive days beginning Wednesday. The CPI report will be released on Wednesday at 8:30AM ET. Adobe Inc will be holding their shareholder meeting on Thursday April 11.
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There exists eight (8) asset classes for the TVF Asset Allocation Model: U.S. Equiites (16), International Equities (8), Emerging Markets (6), Precious Metals (4), Bonds (7), Commodities (6), Real Estate (4) and Energy (4). The number in parentheses following each asset class refers to the amount of individual ETF's (Exchange-traded funds) that contribute to the overall performance of the asset class. The attributal weight of each asset class will vary from month-to-month.
There exists thirteen (13) equity sectors for the TVF Equity Sector Model: Discretionary (5), Energy (6), Financials (6), Health Care (6), Industrials (4), Infrastructure (4), Materials (5), Real Estate (4), Staples (5), Technology (5), Communication Services (4), Utilities (6) and Water (4). The number in parentheses following each sector refers to the amount of individual ETF's (Exchange-traded funds) that contribute to the overall performance of the sector. The attributal weight of each sector will vary from month-to-month.
There exists forty-nine (49) countries and five (5) world-traded funds for the TVF Global Investment Model: Africa (3), Asia (19), Australia (2), Europe (17), North America (3) and South America (5). The number in parentheses following each continent refers to the amount of individual country ETF's (Exchange-traded funds) contained within those land masses. The attributal weight of each country will vary from month-to-month.