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Trends Of S&P500 Earnings Forecasts

S&P500 earnings trends and estimates are a notably important topic, for a variety of reasons, at this point in time.

FactSet publishes a report titled “Earnings Insight” that contains a variety of information including the trends and expectations of S&P500 earnings.

For reference purposes, here are two charts as seen in the “Earnings Insight” (pdf) report of June 20, 2014:

from page 18:

(click on charts to enlarge images)

CY Bottom-Up EPS vs. Top-Down Mean EPS (Trailing 26-Weeks) 

S&P500 earnings estimate trends

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from page 19:

Calendar Year Bottom-Up EPS Actuals & Estimates

S&P500 annual earnings

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I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1949.98 as this post is written

S&P500 Earnings Estimates For Years 2014 Through 2017

As many are aware, Thomson Reuters publishes earnings estimates for the S&P500.  (My other posts concerning S&P earnings estimates can be found under the S&P500 Earnings tag)

The following estimates are from Exhibit 12 of “The Director’s Report” (pdf) of June 24, 2014, and represent an aggregation of individual S&P500 component “bottom up” analyst forecasts:

Year 2014 estimate:

$119.69/share

Year 2015 estimate:

$133.22/share

Year 2016 estimate:

$147.18/share

Year 2017 estimate:

$138.00/share

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I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1949.98 as this post is written

Standard & Poor’s S&P500 Earnings Estimates For 2014 & 2015 – As Of June 19, 2014

As many are aware, Standard & Poor’s publishes earnings estimates for the S&P500.  (My posts concerning their estimates can be found under the S&P500 Earnings tag)

For reference purposes, the most current estimates are reflected below, and are as of June 19, 2014:

Year 2014 estimates add to the following:

-From a “bottom up” perspective, operating earnings of $119.61/share

-From a “top down” perspective, operating earnings of $120.89/share

-From a “top down” perspective, “as reported” earnings of $114.47/share

Year 2015 estimates add to the following:

-From a “bottom up” perspective, operating earnings of $137.19/share

-From a “top down” perspective, operating earnings of $148.18/share

-From a “top down” perspective, “as reported” earnings of $144.60/share

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I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1949.88 as this post is written

Trends Of S&P500 Earnings Forecasts

S&P500 earnings trends and estimates are a notably important topic, for a variety of reasons, at this point in time.

FactSet publishes a report titled “Earnings Insight” that contains a variety of information including the trends and expectations of S&P500 earnings.

For reference purposes, here are two charts as seen in the “Earnings Insight” (pdf) report of May 16, 2014:

from page 18:

(click on charts to enlarge images)

CY Bottom-Up EPS vs. Top-Down Mean EPS (Trailing 26-Weeks) 

S&P500 earnings forecasts

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from page 19:

Calendar Year Bottom-Up EPS Actuals & Estimates

S&P500 annual earnings

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1888.03 as this post is written

S&P500 Earnings Estimates For Years 2014, 2015, And 2016

As many are aware, Thomson Reuters publishes earnings estimates for the S&P500.  (My other posts concerning S&P earnings estimates can be found under the S&P500 Earnings tag)

The following estimates are from Exhibit 12 of “The Director’s Report” (pdf) of May 21, 2014, and represent an aggregation of individual S&P500 component “bottom up” analyst forecasts:

Year 2014 estimate:

$119.60/share

Year 2015 estimate:

$133.09/share

Year 2016 estimate:

$147.11/share

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1888.03 as this post is written

Standard & Poor’s S&P500 Earnings Estimates For 2014 & 2015 – As Of May 15, 2014

As many are aware, Standard & Poor’s publishes earnings estimates for the S&P500.  (My posts concerning their estimates can be found under the S&P500 Earnings tag)

For reference purposes, the most current estimates are reflected below, and are as of May 15, 2014:

Year 2014 estimates add to the following:

-From a “bottom up” perspective, operating earnings of $119.71/share

-From a “top down” perspective, operating earnings of $120.94/share

-From a “top down” perspective, “as reported” earnings of $114.40/share

Year 2015 estimates add to the following:

-From a “bottom up” perspective, operating earnings of $137.34/share

-From a “top down” perspective, operating earnings of $148.18

-From a “top down” perspective, “as reported” earnings of $144.60

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1888.03 as this post is written

Trends Of S&P500 Earnings Forecasts

S&P500 earnings trends and estimates are a notably important topic, for a variety of reasons, at this point in time.

FactSet publishes a report titled “Earnings Insight” that contains a variety of information including the trends and expectations of S&P500 earnings.

For reference purposes, here are two charts as seen in the “Earnings Insight” (pdf) report of April 17, 2014:

from page 19:

(click on charts to enlarge images)

CY Bottom-Up EPS vs. Top-Down Mean EPS (Trailing 26-Weeks) 

S&P500 earnings estimates

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from page 20:

Calendar Year Bottom-Up EPS Actuals & Estimates

S&P500 earnings 2001-2015

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1879.55 as this post is written

S&P500 Earnings Estimates For Years 2014, 2015, And 2016

As many are aware, Thomson Reuters publishes earnings estimates for the S&P500.  (My other posts concerning S&P earnings estimates can be found under the S&P500 Earnings tag)

The following estimates are from Exhibit 12 of “The Director’s Report” (pdf) of April 21, 2014, and represent an aggregation of individual S&P500 component “bottom up” analyst forecasts:

Year 2014 estimate:

$118.66/share

Year 2015 estimate:

$132.31/share

Year 2016 estimate:

$146.13/share

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1871.89 as this post is written

Standard & Poor’s S&P500 Earnings Estimates For 2014 & 2015 – As Of April 17, 2014

As many are aware, Standard & Poor’s publishes earnings estimates for the S&P500.  (My posts concerning their estimates can be found under the S&P500 Earnings tag)

For reference purposes, the most current estimates are reflected below, and are as of April 17, 2014:

Year 2014 estimates add to the following:

-From a “bottom up” perspective, operating earnings of $120.00/share

-From a “top down” perspective, operating earnings of $123.36/share

-From a “top down” perspective, “as reported” earnings of $117.10/share

Year 2015 estimates add to the following:

-From a “bottom up” perspective, operating earnings of $137.26/share

-From a “top down” perspective, operating earnings of N/A

-From a “top down” perspective, “as reported” earnings of N/A

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1871.89 as this post is written

Trends Of S&P500 Earnings Forecasts

S&P500 earnings trends and estimates are a notably important topic, for a variety of reasons, at this point in time.

FactSet publishes a report titled “Earnings Insight” that contains a variety of information including the trends and expectations of S&P500 earnings.

For reference purposes, here are two charts as seen in the “Earnings Insight” (pdf) report of March 14, 2014:

from page 19:

(click on charts to enlarge images)

CY Bottom-Up EPS vs. Top-Down Mean EPS (Trailing 26-Weeks) 

S&P500 earnings forecasts

-

from page 20:

Calendar Year Bottom-Up EPS Actuals & Estimates

S&P500 annual earnings

 

_____

I post various economic forecasts because I believe they should be carefully monitored.  However, as those familiar with this blog are aware, I do not agree with many of the consensus estimates and much of the commentary in these forecast surveys.

_____

The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1867.11 as this post is written