Bespoke’s Interactive Earnings Report Calendar lets investors and traders easily find earnings report dates and times for companies set to report quarterly numbers in the weeks and months ahead. As investors ourselves, we used to constantly have to track down earnings report dates from a number of different websites, so we created our own online calendar to make the process much easier. Below are a series of screenshots that show you how to find and use Bespoke’s Earnings Report Calendar.
First, if you’re not yet a Bespoke Premium subscriber, start a 14-day free trial to gain access to the calendar. From the “My Research” dashboard upon logging in, click on “Earnings Report Calendar” under the “Bespoke Interactive” section in the right-most column.
Once the Interactive Earnings Report Calendar page is loaded, you can seek out earnings report information in a number of ways. As shown below, you can enter a specific stock ticker and click on “Get Earnings Report Data,” use the monthly calendar section (top left of page) to click on a specific date or week, download the entire calendar into Excel with a CSV file, or just scroll through the entire list of stocks set to report earnings in the coming weeks (bottom of page).
In the example below, we’ve entered the stock ticker “AFAM” and pulled up its expected report date and time, which is 5/8/17 in the AM (AM means pre-open). Entering a stock ticker also pulls up historical quarterly earnings report information like the % of time the stock has beaten earnings and revenue estimates, the average price change that the stock experiences in reaction to earnings beats and misses, and how volatile the stock typically is on its earnings reaction day.
We’ve also clicked on the 8th of May in the calendar section in the example below, which then populates all companies set to report earnings on 5/8/17.
In the table section of Bespoke’s Earnings Report Calendar, you can click on the column headers to sort the data. This helps you identify stocks set to report earnings that have the highest (or lowest) earnings beat rates, the highest (or lowest) revenue beat rates, the stocks that raise guidance the most, and the stocks that typically react the most positively or negatively to their earnings reports.
There are an endless number of ways to use the calendar. The simplest is to use it to find the expected earnings report date for a stock you’re following. Go ahead and bookmark Bespoke’s Earnings Report Calendar if you’re already a Bespoke Premium or Bespoke Institutional member. If you’re not yet a member, start a 14-day free trial to Bespoke Premium to gain access to the calendar.