S&P500 Sales Per Share Charts – April 2017

The FactSet Earnings Insight report of April 13, 2017 (pdf) contains two charts on page 24 depicting S&P500 revenues on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis.

For reference purposes, below are the two charts depicting S&P500 Sales Per Share.

The first chart depicts S&P500 annual revenues (and future estimates) on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis since the year 2007:

S&P500 Calendar Year SPS

The second chart depicts S&P500 quarterly revenues (and future estimates) on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis since Q3 2014:

S&P500 quarterly sales per share

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RevSD, LLC offers the above data and projections for informational purposes only, and does not necessarily agree with information provided by these outside parties.

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Q1 2017 Projected S&P500 Revenue Growth Rates

The Thomson Reuters “This Week In Earnings” (pdf) report dated April 21, 2017 contains information concerning projected S&P500 revenue growth for the 1st quarter.

An excerpt from page 6 of the report:

The estimated revenue growth rate for the S&P 500 for Q1 2017 is 6.8%. The S&P 500 is expected to earn revenues of $2,485.1B in Q1 2017 compared to $2,325.9B in Q1 2016.

Ten of the eleven sectors anticipate revenue growth for the quarter. The Energy sector is expected to have the highest revenue growth rate for the quarter, while the Telecommunication Services sector is expected to have the lowest revenue growth rate.

The report also contains a table (Exhibit 5A) that shows projected revenue growth by S&P500 sector.

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RevSD, LLC offers the above data and projections for informational purposes only, and does not necessarily agree with information provided by these outside parties.

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ProfitabilityIssues.com is published by RevSD, LLC (revsd.com).  RevSD, LLC is a management consulting firm and strategic advisory that focuses on the analysis of current and future business conditions, and given these conditions, offers corporations and businesses advice, strategies, and actionable methods on how to optimally increase revenues and profitability.

S&P500 Sales Per Share Charts – January 2017

The FactSet Earnings Insight report of January 13, 2017 (pdf) contains two charts on page 22 depicting S&P500 revenues on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis.

For reference purposes, below are the two charts depicting S&P500 Sales Per Share.

The first chart depicts S&P500 annual revenues (and future estimates) on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis since the year 2007:

S&P500 Calendar Year Sales Per Share

The second chart depicts S&P500 quarterly revenues (and future estimates) on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis since Q2 2014:

S&P500 Quarterly Sales Per Share

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RevSD, LLC offers the above data and projections for informational purposes only, and does not necessarily agree with information provided by these outside parties.

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ProfitabilityIssues.com is published by RevSD, LLC (revsd.com).  RevSD, LLC is a management consulting firm and strategic advisory that focuses on the analysis of current and future business conditions, and given these conditions, offers corporations and businesses advice, strategies, and actionable methods on how to optimally increase revenues and profitability.

Q4 2016 Projected S&P500 Revenue Growth Rates

The Thomson Reuters “This Week In Earnings” (pdf) report dated January 13, 2017 contains information concerning projected S&P500 revenue growth for the 4th quarter.

An excerpt from page 6 of the report:

The estimated revenue growth rate for the S&P 500 for Q4 2016 is 4.3%. The S&P 500 is expected to earn revenues of $2,538.3B in Q4 2016 compared to $2,434.5B in Q4 2015.

Ten of the eleven sectors anticipate revenue growth for the quarter. The Utilities sector is expected to have the highest revenue growth rate for the quarter, while the Telecommunication Services sector is expected to have the lowest revenue growth rate.

The report also contains a table (Exhibit 6A) that shows projected revenue growth by S&P500 sector.

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RevSD, LLC offers the above data and projections for informational purposes only, and does not necessarily agree with information provided by these outside parties.

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ProfitabilityIssues.com is published by RevSD, LLC (revsd.com).  RevSD, LLC is a management consulting firm and strategic advisory that focuses on the analysis of current and future business conditions, and given these conditions, offers corporations and businesses advice, strategies, and actionable methods on how to optimally increase revenues and profitability.

S&P500 Sales Per Share Charts – October 2016

The FactSet Earnings Insight report of October 21, 2016 (pdf) contains two charts on page 22 depicting S&P500 revenues on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis.

For reference purposes, below are the two charts depicting S&P500 Sales Per Share.

The first chart depicts S&P500 annual revenues (and future estimates) on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis since the year 2006:

S&P500 annual sales per share

The second chart depicts S&P500 quarterly revenues (and future estimates) on a Sales Per Share (SPS) basis since Q1 2014:

S&P500 quarterly sales per share

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RevSD, LLC offers the above data and projections for informational purposes only, and does not necessarily agree with information provided by these outside parties.

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ProfitabilityIssues.com is published by RevSD, LLC (revsd.com).  RevSD, LLC is a management consulting firm and strategic advisory that focuses on the analysis of current and future business conditions, and given these conditions, offers corporations and businesses advice, strategies, and actionable methods on how to optimally increase revenues and profitability.