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Earnings Per Share (EPS)

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Earnings per share (EPS) is a fundamental ratio used as a measure of a company's profitability. In the United States, EPS appears in the companies' income statements.
Earnings per share is calculated by dividing the company's net income minus the dividends on preferred stock by the average shares outstanding.

Diluted EPS is another measure derived from the EPS. It is calculated by adding the shares of convertibles or warrants outstanding to the number of shares outstanding in the above formula.


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Morningstar Annual Fundamentals 2.0 for US and International Stocks
by Chaim6, uploaded one month ago

...Earnings Per Share
Dividends
Shares Mil
Book Value Per Share
Operating Cash Flow ...

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Announced Stock Earnings
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share) estimate or consensus delivered by analysts

Note that this downloader returns earnings release data for U.S. and International stocks. For International stocks, your ticker symbols must be compatible with Yahoo symbology.
Example: For "Dollarama Inc." stock (DOL) listed on Toronto stock exchange (TO), the symbol name should be: DOL.TO
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Earnings Surprise Strategy
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share by analysts).
- Previous earnings-per-share is positive (previous quarter EPS)
- The 5-Bar return following the previous EPS release is positive

Sell Rules: ...

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Stocks with an EPS Several Times Higher than the Industry Average EPS
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share (EPS) value.

Screen Rules:
- Industry average EPS for the stock is positive
- Industry average EPS only includes stocks with a price higher than 2 ...

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Two Consecutive and Positive Earnings Surprises
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

Usually stocks respond positively to an earnings surprise. Sometimes they are up more than 10 or 20 percent and sometimes just a few percent; it all depends on the stock and more importantly on the earnings surprise number.

This screen searches for stocks that have two consecutive and positive earnings surprises....

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Historical Earnings Surprise, EPS and Consensus Data
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share (EPS) is not in-line with the consensus estimates. The earnings may exceed, be in-line or below the consensus estimates. Usually, an earnings surprise cause the stock price to move quickly in either direction depending on whether that surprise was positive or negative and also on how high...
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Historical Earnings Calendar Data for U.S. Stocks - Date/Time and EPS
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share; that is how much money a company is making per share. This fundamental ratio is calculated by dividing the net earnings by the number of outstanding shares.
Previous Year EPS (prevyr): The Company's earnings per share of the last year. You can compare this number to the current...

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Fundamental Valuation Ratios for US Stocks
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share ratios. It includes the EPS Growth for this Year, the estimated EPS Growth for the next year, the annual EPS growth over the past five fiscal years and the estimated EPS growth for the next five Years. The EPS is calculated by taking the total earnings and...
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S&P 500 Dividend Yield - Average data for S&P 500 Index Stocks
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share for all S&P 500 Index stocks.
233 downloads the average price earnings ratio, PER, of S&P 500 Index stocks.
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Company Net Income - US Stocks
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

...earnings per share.

This object gets historical data of US stocks' Net Income. The data is available in the following database "Fundamental", under the "Net_Income" field.
Here is the formula that allows you to get the Net Income time series of a specific stock:
GetData("fundamental", "net_income", LastData) ...

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