Since March 2009, 15% of stocks have beaten earnings estimates on all of their quarterly reports. Nine percent have beaten revenue estimates 100% of the time. Just 4% have raised guidance at least 50% of the time, and less than 1% (0.75%) have traded higher on the day of all of their quarterly reports. (Note: the company has to have at least 7 quarterly reports since 3/09 to be included.)
Below we identify the companies that have shown the most positive earnings report consistency during the current bull market. These companies have earnings and revenue beat rates higher than 85%, and they have also traded higher on their report days more than 85% of the time. For each stock, we also provide its next expected earnings report date, its average 1-day change on its past report days, and its current short interest as a percentage of float.