Here are the stories I’ve seen.
- Forbes: Angst Going Into March Quarter’s Earnings Report
- USA Today: Apple earnings preview: Softer sales ahead
- MarketWatch: Apple investors brace for first decline in iPhone sales
- Los Angeles Times: Apple could report first quarterly revenue drop in 13 years
- Los Angeles Times: Concerns about iPhone sales loom over Apple’s earnings report
- re/code: Apple is about to post its first quarterly revenue decline since 2003
- CNN: Apple is about to report its worst quarter in over a decade due to sinking iPhone sales
- NBC: As iPhone Sales Fade, Apple Prepares to Report Worst Earnings in a Decade
- USA Today: Investors wonder if Apple’s earnings can alter view of cooling tech
- Investopedia: Apple Stock In Bearish Terrain Ahead of Earnings
- The Street: Jim Cramer — Buy Apple if Earnings Cause a Dip
Pants-on-fire awards for the two TV headlines:
“Note the CNN and NBC hyperbole,” writes reader Gary Gouriluk. “Worst decline in earnings does not equal worst earnings. But they only deal in words for a living, so who can expect accuracy?”
Apple’s quarterly results usually hit the business wires 30 minutes after the markets close. The earnings call with analysts is scheduled for 5 p.m. Eastern, 2 p.m. Pacific. I’ll be auditing the live webcast and you can too. Here’s the link.