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Trade the Earnings: HomeStreet, Inc.

Earnings Release Date: 10/28/2013

Time: After-hours

Avg. Extended-Hours Dollar Volume: $3,926,408

Earnings Sensitivity (up or down): 11.9%

HomeStreet, Inc. ( HMST ) is due to issue its quarterly earnings report after the close today. Given its history, traders can expect active trading in the upcoming After-hours session immediately following the company's release of its quarterly earnings. An analysis of historical premarket and after-hours trading activity and liquidity conditions in HMST following an earnings release indicates that the price change in the extended hours is likely to be of limited value in forecasting additional price movement in the following regular session.

Analysts at MidnightTrader have tracked how HMST's stock price has reacted to quarterly earnings events the past both in the after-hours and following regular session. The result of that study is below.

Over the last year, when shares of HMST rose in the extended-hours in reaction to its earnings announcement, there is limited evidence to suggest a follow-through in the same direction the next day.

Over the last year, when shares of HMST dropped in the extended-hours in reaction to its earnings announcement, there is limited evidence to suggest a follow-through in the same direction the next day.

Our analysis of over a decade of company specific earnings related news and price data on over 5,000 US companies demonstrates that earnings event related trading opportunities can exist for those trading in the after-hours and premarket sessions. Certain stocks demonstrate a historical tendency to either underprice or overreact to earnings news in the extended-hours (the time when companies typically release earnings) relative to the following regular session close.

The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.

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The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.

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