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The good news is the number of companies currently beating estimates, and the margin by which they are doing so, is running above what these same 52 companies have recorded, on average, over the past three years and their top-line revenue growth has accelerated more. The bad news is the rate of 3Q 2017 vs. 3Q 2016 earnings growth has slowed from last quarter, but is still running well above trend.feedback
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Oct 18 2017
Nick Raich has been quoted 29 times. The one recent article where Nick Raich has been quoted is S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit record highs as Wall Street bets on a strong earnings season. Most recently, Nick Raich was quoted as having said, “Our early read on the overall results remains positive with 87% of the early 3Q 2017 reporters beating EPS estimates.”.
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Feb 13 2017

It will be deregulation, because of the money and manpower companies spend dealing with those.feedback

Feb 13 2017

There is a bullish bias remaining in the market after Trump said there will be a phenomenal tax plan coming. I think investors don't want to be on the wrong side of that if the plan is as phenomenal as he says it is.feedback

Feb 01 2017

After Trump was elected, people thought for sure we would see 2017 estimates turn higher, but they are not. The companies are still in wait and see mode to see if the Trump promises of lower taxes and infrastructure spending would really translate into higher earnings.feedback

Jan 13 2017

When they start reporting, the question will be can they live up to those loft expectations that have been baked into those stocks.feedback

Jan 13 2017

Estimates [for banks] were going up ahead of these releases with expectations of higher interest rates and fiscal stimulus. Overall, I think these are some pretty good numbers.feedback

Jan 10 2017

While better 4Q 2016 growth is highly likely to persist into 1Q 2017, this better growth has been getting priced into stocks for almost a year now. The more important thing this earnings season, as it always is, will be the direction of EPS expectations and not the absolute levels of past growth.feedback

Jan 09 2017

The further out you have to go to justify prices, the more speculative the market is. If you give 2017 a pass and just say, let's focus on 2018 and 2019, which are one to two years out, you are in a very speculative market.feedback

Nov 30 2016

People are paying too much for stocks right now. There is plenty of speculation that Trump will have a positive impact [on] the economy, but that is still speculation at this point.feedback

Oct 14 2016

The main theme of third-quarter earnings is not going to be third-quarter earnings; it's going to be the direction of fourth-quarter estimates.feedback

Oct 14 2016

It's going in the right direction; we're not decelerating in terms of growth. That's the good news. The bad news is the market is pricing that in and it might be pricing in higher growth.feedback

Sep 13 2016

The buy the dip mentality was strong [Monday]. However, we stand by our call that the recent drop in the market will not ultimately prove to be a buying opportunity just yet.feedback

Sep 13 2016

As companies begin to report 3Q 2016 earnings, our research indicates the rate at which 4Q 2016 EPS estimates come down is likely to accelerate to the downside given the current high expectations.feedback

Jun 16 2016 - Snapchat

It really calls into question whether the Bank of Japan has run out of bullets and trigger the yen to go higher (against the dollar).feedback

Mar 21 2016 - Nike

It's going to be a good read on the consumer really for the months of February and December and January. The interesting take from Nike is not just what it's doing domestically but what it's doing internationally.feedback

Jan 22 2016

It's all a game of expectations. If you price in a recession and a recession doesn't come, that's positive for stocks.feedback

Jan 14 2016

There could be some bounces here but the markets are resetting to lower growth in and 217 and how much lower growth that is, is still to be determined. We're not measuring anything in this data that suggests growth is going to fall off the cliff.feedback

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