We have just updated our earnings calendar to show earnings reports from 1/16-1/30.
In order to help you stay on top of earnings season, Bespoke has created an in-depth calendar that highlights over 2,000 US stocks due to report in the next month and a half. The calendar is more advanced than typical earnings calendars because it includes detailed information about each stock's historical reports. We looked at each company's quarterly reports going back to the end of 2001 and calculated the percentage of the time the company has beaten or missed EPS and revenue estimates as well as guided higher (we only provide beat rates for companies that we have at least 8 historical report dates for). In addition, we also provide the average one-day price change following earnings reports to highlight how the stock typically trades on earnings. The average absolute one-day price change is included as well to highlight the stock's volatility in reaction to earnings.
Bespoke will continuously update its earnings calendar to show the next two weeks worth of earnings reports. However, if you sign up for our www.BespokePremium.com service, you will receive a more in-depth interactive file of the entire earnings season calendar that is sortable by stock and all other categories.
To access the basic Bespoke Earnings Calendar, click the button below or at the top right of this page. For the premium interactive calendar, subscribe at www.BespokePremium.com.
Below we provide information on the Bespoke Earnings Database as well:
The Bespoke Earnings Report Database is the ultimate earnings guide for traders and investors alike. The database provides detailed earnings analysis for over 2,700 stocks. We take earnings analysis to the next level by not only highlighting how the actual reports compare to analyst estimates, but also how the stock price reacted to the report. Users of this database can easily find how a stock or basket of stocks typically reacts to earnings in order to prepare themselves for future quarterly releases. Traders can also see how stocks perform after gapping up or down on earnings to develop trade ideas. If Apple opens down $2 on earnings, what does the stock typically do next? How does the stock do when it beats earnings estimates and guides higher? Which stocks beat or miss estimates the most? Which stocks react the most positively or negatively to earnings reports? This database can answer these questions and many more for the majority of US stocks that trade today!
Click the image below to try out a sample of the Bespoke Earnings Report Database. Enter in any of the following stock tickers once you download the sample to test out the database - A, AA, AAI, AAP, AAPL. Once you try it out, you'll quickly realize that owning this database gives you a clear advantage over anyone that doesn't. If you would like to purchase the entire database or a database of a select basket of stocks or indices, call us at 914-315-1248 and receive it today.