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Chicago, IL – November 16, 2021 – Stocks in this week’s article are Boot Barn (
BOOT Quick Quote BOOT - Free Report) , PDC Energy ( PDCE Quick Quote PDCE - Free Report) , and Emerson Electric Co. ( EMR Quick Quote EMR - Free Report) . 3 Best Stocks to Buy Now for Superb Earnings Growth
Whether it is a start-up or an established company, earnings growth is the highest priority for the top brass of any organization. After all, if the company doesn’t make money, it won’t last over the long haul. This metric is also considered the most important variable in influencing the share price. But, expectations of earnings also play a significant role.
We have, often, seen a decline in the stock price despite earnings growth and a rally in the price following an earnings decline. This is largely a result of a company’s earnings failing to meet market expectations. Earnings estimates, on the other hand, embody analysts’ opinion on factors such as sales growth, product demand, competitive industry environment, profit margins and cost control.
Thus, earnings estimates serve as a valuable tool while making investment decisions. Earnings estimates also help analysts assess the cash flow to determine the fair value of a firm.
Investors, thus, should be on the lookout for stocks that are ready to make a big move. Hence, it is important for investors to buy stocks that have historical earnings growth and are seeing a rise in quarterly and annual earnings estimates.
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