Earnings Preannouncements are a useful tool to see what companies from US Markets such as the DOW, S&P 500, NASDAQ and Russell 1000 are telling the market about their future earnings. The tool shows corporate earnings estimates over coming quarters and financial years. Key output shows current and revised estimates, the % change and if the revision is positive or negative, as well as the period in question. Users can search for specific tickers or periods in question and toggle between negative and positive estimated earnings revisions. The tool also allows users to filter by market, market cap, sector, industry and country to conduct investment planning and build diversified portfolios. Additional filtering tools also permit users to search for stocks that match a combination of approximately 85 different performance criteria such as PE Ratio, YTD Performance, EPS Estimates or Revenue Growth. All results can be transferred to watchlists or downloaded for backtesting.
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