EPS growth (earnings per share growth) illustrates the growth of earnings per share over time. EPS growth rates help investors identify stocks that are increasing or decreasing in profitability.
If a company has an EPS of $5.00 in 2008 and EPS of $6.00 in 2009, the company has an EPS growth rate of $6.00/$5.00 - 1 = 20% during fiscal year 2009.
TradersPro shows the Ann EPS Gro = Annual Earnings Per Share Growth Rate.
Last QTR EPS Gro = The most recent quarterly earnings per share growth rate.
EPS Growth = (EPS this year) / (EPS last year) - 1; More generally, over t periods, Compounded EPS Growth = (EPS this period/EPS t periods ago)^(1/t) - 1