Yahoo Finance Live anchor Seana Smith checks out several stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.
SEANA SMITH: All right, let's take a look at what is trending after hours. Two names for you, CrowdStrike and Stitch Fix both out with earnings. Let's kick it off with CrowdStrike. You're looking at gains of just about 6 and 1/2% in extended trading. The company beating on both the top and bottom line. Also its Q1 guidance coming in strong, better than expected. The cybersecurity play clearly seeing the benefit of that in after-hours trading.
Over the last three months, we're looking at gains of just about 10%, but over the last year, CrowdStrike has been under pressure, along with many of its competitors in the cybersecurity space. We're still looking at losses of about 25% over the last 12 months.
Let's flip it over to Stitch Fix, another name on the move here in extended trading, off just about 2 and 1/2%. A number of headlines here from Stitch Fix. Now the retail player-- weak outlook, executive shakeup. They also missed on both the top and bottom line for their fiscal Q2 second quarter. That is what they just reported.
Their new CFO will be effective as of April. So executive shake up there. Q3 and full-year revenue guidance also coming in weaker than expected, short of what the Street was looking for.
We're seeing that pressure in extended trading. Over the last year, Stitch Fix off just about 52%. Year to date, we have certainly seen a lot of gains. Stitch Fix one of the names that has certainly taken off since January 1. Some of those beaten-down names of 2022 in favor at the start of 2023, and that stock up just about 59% year to date. Closing, though, below $5 a share, so you've got to put it all in perspective there, Dave.