Here's a good game. It's called: How bad was ___?
For example, how bad was Starbucks (SBUX) that shares are now where they were when it reported? Remember, it had a terrific number but it didn't have a blowout, and that's what is needed after the run into the quarter.
How bad was Google (GOOGL)? Here's a company that reported a terrific number and beat on all lines, but because it spent a considerable amount of money building the business with expensive talent from the best schools I guess initially that was viewed as a lack of discipline. Upon further thinking, perhaps it was better than we thought, or maybe the market became friendlier.
How bad was Regeneron (REGN)? Remember how hammered down it was after reporting a "disappointing" Eylea line? May all disappointing stocks react like this to bad news.
How bad was Wal-Mart (WMT)? Remember how it pre-announced to the downside not that long ago. Now it is at levels we haven't seen in ages. Looks like it is going to take out its $81 high from last December on cheaper gasoline and colder weather.
Who is next for a revaluation? The most downtrodden groups? Perhaps housing? Well, the PulteGroup (PHM) upgrade and the Toll (TOL) order numbers looked good. What about the motors? That would be a stretch, though. Could GM (GM) have been any worse before CEO Mary Barra? What a hand she was dealt. But nobody is looking for anything from these stocks
Maybe they give you something.