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figures can sometimes be very misleading when taken face value. Not every company can feasibly operate on an earnings cycle that matches up neatly with our calendars and required earnings presentation periods. When evaluating a company, investors must be very careful to look beyond the short-term metrics and calculations to determine whether the earnings investors are seeing in the present are normalized, or represent a point on a longer curve. (To learn more about earnings, see Earnings: Quality Means Everything , Earnings Forecasts: A Primer and Surprising Earnings Results .) Why Investors See Earnings Cyclicality Every
reported first-quarter 2010 earnings of 52 cents a share, and handily surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 48 cents. This marked the 5th consecutive quarter of improving trends on the heels of double-digit topline growth coupled with higher margins. Bed Bath & Beyond now expects to deliver second-quarter 2010 earnings between 59 cents and 63 cents a share. For fiscal 2010, earnings per share are expected to rise by 15% over 2009. Quarterly Review The company posted revenue of $1,923 million, up 13.5% from the year-ago quarter. Bed Bath has been witnessing increasing trends in ... Read More
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