Earnings season continues to roll on with over 800 companies expected to report this week, making it a busy week for reports.
While most of the S&P 500 has now reported, many of the small and mid-cap companies have not.
This is a big week for the retail companies as a dozen of them will be reporting earnings, including several of the big guns like JC Penney and Macy’s.
But we’ll also hear from a few of the high-flying, growth stocks.
5 of them have perfect earnings surprise track records. They haven’t missed on earnings in the past 5 years. That’s not easy to do.
Who knew that some hot stocks, also have hot earnings surprise streaks?
5 Perfect Earnings Charts
1. Salesforce (CRM - Free Report) hasn’t missed since Zacks data began in 2017. Shares are trading near 5-year highs, even with recent coronavirus weakness. Can it keep the momentum even as the market bears growl?
2. Planet Fitness (PLNT - Free Report) has one of the top charts of the week. Shares are up 344% since the 2015 IPO. It hasn’t missed during that time either, with a perfect record extending back nearly 5 years. Can it keep up its streak?
3. Square (SQ - Free Report) hasn’t missed since it’s 2015 IPO either but its shares have been on more of a roller coaster ride than Planet Fitness. Still, shares are up 20% year-to-date, well out performing the S&P 500 during that time. It’s seeing some coronavirus weakness. Is this a buying opportunity?
4. Anaplan (PLAN - Free Report) is up 134% since its 2018 IPO. It also has kept its earnings streak alive through the last year. Shares recently hit new highs. Can it keep up the double-digit sales growth?
5. Beyond Meat (BYND - Free Report) is well off its 2019 highs but is still up 67% since its IPO. It’s also got a crazy high P/E at 289x. But do investors care? It hasn’t missed since its 2019 IPO. Can earnings catch up with the enthusiasm?
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