There are over 600 companies reporting this week, including 34% of the S&P 500. That’s a lot of big cap stocks.
In addition to the FAANG stocks, many other big growth companies are also reporting.
But which ones should you be watching?
These 5 companies are some of the hottest growth stocks on the Street but they also have excellent earnings surprise track records. They either haven’t missed in years or they have only missed one time in recent memory.
It’s not easy to beat nearly every quarter, especially when you are a large company with many moving parts.
Will these big growth names do it again?
And will their stocks get a boost?
5 Popular Growth Stocks with Fantastic Earnings Charts
1. Microsoft (MSFT - Free Report) hasn’t missed since 2016. Shares stalled out in 2018 but have since come roaring back, hitting new multi-decade highs. Shares have added another 23% year-to-date. Will Microsoft keep its momentum?
2. Visa (V - Free Report) has the best chart on the Street. Period. For any week. At any time. Not only has it beat every quarter for over 5 years, but shares are now hitting new all-time highs. Again. It’s a beast.
3. PayPal (PYPL - Free Report) hasn’t missed since it’s 2015 IPO. That’s impressive. After the shares paused for air in 2018, they have taken off again in 2019, adding another 27% year-to-date. Does it have more left in the tank?
4. Grubhub (GRUB - Free Report) has only missed once since 2015. That’s a great earnings surprise run. However, shares have actually pulled back from recent highs on fears about spending and competition. Is it justified? It’s one of the few stocks that’s actually in the negative on the year, having fallen 11%. Is this a buying opportunity?
5. Spotify (SPOT - Free Report) was one of the big IPOs of 2018. After starting out hot, the shares crashed down to earth in the December gloom. In 2019, they have rebounded and are up 23% year-to-date. Have expectations been recalibrated?
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