Starved for Attention

There are always plenty of companies that show good chart action and yet don't get much love from the media. Around earnings season, it's worth checking to see how these companies' stocks perform after they report.

Next week, several of those "hiding in plain sight" companies are scheduled to deliver results, and among them is Eagle Materials (EXP). The maker of cement products and drywall is due to report its second quarter after the close Monday, with analysts eyeing per-share income of $0.47 on revenue of $167.66 million. These would mark be significant gains over the year-earlier quarter. Note that Eagle missed analysts' views in three of the past four quarters....386 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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