BBBY Earnings Beats Estimates for January MarketChameleon earnings price pattern has detected two notable historical trends for after earnings.

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Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY) just reported earnings on January 9, 2019, after the market closed. Earnings Per Share (EPS) was reported at $0.18, after analysts had expected $0.17 per share.

Earnings Price Patterns

The MarketChameleon earnings price pattern has detected two notable historical trends for after earnings.
1 Day After Earnings:For 5 of the last 6 quarters (83%), BBBY stock price has gone up on the day following earnings. It has had an average gain of +1.3% during that span.
1 Week After Earnings:For 5 of the last 6 quarters (83%), the stock price has gone up in the week following earnings. Over that period, it has an average gain of +2.7%.

Earnings Option Strategies

MarketChameleon's option strategy analysis shows that selling out-of-the-money calls one day after earnings and buying them back one week after earnings had 83% winning occurrences, for an average gain of +46.2%. Additionally, selling at-the-money straddles resulted in 50% winning occurrences, for an average return of +11.2%.

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