SAIC Growth rate - Yearly
What is a Yearly Growth Rate?
Our Yearly Growth Rate Chart is based on Earnings (EPS) and it is designed to exclude onetime events so as to focus on Earnings (EPS) Growth from operations. Our analysis also includes trailing 12 month Earnings (EPS) results (ttm) to exclude seasonal variants. The compiled data is created for every quarter, and then compared appropriately to define either Quarterly or Yearly Growth. In this Yearly Growth observation, we compare this quarter to the same quarter a year ago and plot the result on a chart over time to define the Yearly Growth Rate chart. This allows us to see how growth has changed over time, and that allows us to make rational valuation observations that could help us identify periods of undervalued and overvalued stock price.
How is the Yearly Growth Rate Calculated?
Yearly Growth Rate = [(EPS (ttm) this quarter - EPS (ttm) the same quarter last year)/EPS (ttm) the same quarter last year)]*100