Stock splits give an idea of how and when the stock have either been diluted due to splits. An interesting article explaining the benefit of stock splits
A regular split will increase the float and will lower the price of the stock based on the ratio of the split. e.g. 1:4 => For every 1 stock there will be 4 stocks issued. So if a companies float was 100 shares, it would now be 400 shares after the split
A reverse split is usually done to reduce the float and will increase the stock price based on the ratio of the split. Usually done to regain nasdaq compliance.
Below is the chart plotting the Revenue and Gross Income per quarter. Investors like to see a growth in Revenue and also Gross Income. Some companies have seasonal sales and hence investors would like to look as YoY (year over year) growth too along with quarter over quarter growth.
The chart is plotting the Earnings per share for each quarter. Investors like to see a growth in EPS to indicate a healthy growing company.
The chart is plotting the quarterly balance sheet. Unless there is an acquisition investors want to see a healthy balance sheet to invest in a stock
The chart below is to show the counts of watchers for a particular stock. An increase in the count would indicate higher interest in the stock. A decrease in number of watches indicates a reduced interest in stock price. Although no direct correlation between this and stock price can be made, its one of the indicators to decide when to get in and out of an equity