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5 Amazing Earnings Charts

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This is a busy week for earnings with over 1000 companies expected to report.

The retailers will start to report in earnest, as well as hot technology, restaurants, healthcare and hospitality companies.

5 of these companies have great earnings surprise track records, with few misses in the last 5 years.

They also have momentum, with their shares trading near multi-year highs.

Can they beat again and keep their red-hot rallies going?

5 Amazing Earnings Charts

1.    Domino’s Pizza Inc. (DPZ - Free Report) has been a leader among the restaurant stocks, even before the pandemic. But demand for pizza has soared during the pandemic and Domino’s has stepped in with its easy-to-use ordering app. It has only missed 3 times in the last 5 years. Shares have weakened to start 2021 on fears that it has “peaked” due to the reopening. Has it?

2.    DraftKings (DKNG - Free Report) has missed 3 quarters in a row but the Street hasn’t cared. Shares have soared 280% in the last year. Can it keep the momentum?

3. (CRM - Free Report) has beat every quarter since 2017. That’s impressive, especially during a global pandemic. It has put together 2 big beats in a row the last 2 quarters. Shares are up 41% in the last year to new 5-year highs. It’s not cheap, with a forward P/E of 72. Will it beat again?

4.    Monster Beverage Corp. (MNST - Free Report) has beaten 5 quarters in a row. Shares are up 42% in the last year. Shares are trading at 34x forward earnings. Is there more gas in the tank?

5.    Shake Shack Inc. (SHAK - Free Report) has a great earnings surprise track record, with just 1 miss in the last 5 years. Impressive. Shares are at 5-year highs, up another 46% in 2021 as it’s considered to be a “reopen” trade. Shares trade at 691x forward earnings. Is it too hot to handle?

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