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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Earnings Growth Charts

I have 8 stock from the earnings list reporting this week, and I picked the 5 most of interest to graph. In the top panel, the red line is quarterly EPS growth rate, the black line is quarterly revenue growth rat. In the middle, red is quarterly EPS, black price, green quarterly revenue, and blue price relative to SPX. If it is reporting the end of a fiscal year, the big red bars are annual EPS. At the bottom the black bars are volume.

DIT reported a quarter f negative growth, but this is the first time I have had enough data on it to get a decent graph. It recently had a big dip in rvenue, and a smaller dip in EPS, but long term it is in growth mode. The only trouble with this one is it trades by appointment only, so it doesn't move a whole lot, and is just about impossible to find any information on it.

ISRG is another one in a long term growth mode, and occasionally gets enough volume to be considered a market leader. It sure looks like a very bullish pattern here, and although growth has slowed a bit, I might consider picking up a few shares here, although at this price a few is all I can afford.

This is NVEC, and is also in a very bullish pattern.  Earnings growth is in a long term slowing trend, but price has followed EPS pretty closely, so i EPS continues to rise, so will price.

RELL reported the end of a fiscal year, so I included the annual EPS. Unfortuantely i don;t know if thee numbers need to be adjusted, because this recently sold off a large part of the company, which accounts for the big drop in revenue, but I don;t know what caused the big increase in EPS, so don't get too excited about this one.

TESS also reported triple digit growth this quarter. This is in a very slow growth mode right now, and is in a basing process, but may be starting the right side of the base right now, Other than this quarter, there really isn't that much that is impressive about this, but I will be keeping an eye on it.

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