$AMZN $DNKN $GPRO all reacted extremely well after they reported their most recent earnings. By well I mean that they were up 4% or more after the report on volume 3 times their 50 day volume average. Amazon was up 14% after their earnings release, Dunkin +7.9%, GoPro +12.6%., all 3 companies reported in the Middle of April.

Since their earnings release these stocks have all digested the initial earnings pop by pulling back, this when the opportunity lies.  When a stock makes a significant move on relatively heavy volume after their earnings report one can assume that the street was caught by surprise and stock will probably experience a post earnings drift until the following quarter.  As a speculator we want to jump aboard the surprise when the stock offers a good risk reward opportunity.  With the recent pullback not only in these 3 stocks but also in the Russell 2000 and Nasdaq these stocks are now offering decent risk reward trades.

Generally speaking when the market is pulling back and you are looking for buy candidates, the stocks that reacted extremely well to their earnings report is a great place to start.

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