Analysts use forecasting models, management guidance and fundamental information to derive an earnings estimate. Market participants rely heavily on earnings estimates to gauge a company’s performance.
Companies often manage their earnings carefully to ensure that estimates are not missed. Research shows that companies that consistently beat earnings estimates outperform the market.
An earnings estimate is an analyst’s estimate for a company’s future quarterly or annual earnings per share (EPS). Future earnings estimates are arguably the most important input when attempting to value a firm.
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