Why Unprofitable Stocks Make The IBD 50; Here's How 4 Earn Their Place
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February 27 2023

Commentary by Eoin Treacy

Why Unprofitable Stocks Make The IBD 50; Here's How 4 Earn Their Place

This article from Investor’s Business Daily may be of interest. Here is a section: 

Outstanding sales growth is a sign of a market leader, even in cases when companies are unprofitable. Other factors contribute to the selection criteria for IBD 50, including past stock performance. For example, many stocks with a weak bottom-line outlook have high Relative Strength Ratings.

Monday.com posted two profitable quarters of EPS in Q3 and Q4 after a string of losses. The profitable quarters helped the company post a positive 2022 with 73 cent EPS, but analysts are expecting losses of 36 cents in 2023 and 9 cents in 2024.

"We finished FY '22 with strong revenue growth, improving efficiency and positive free cash flow for the second consecutive year," said co-CEO Roy Mann. "Despite macro uncertainties, we believe we are well positioned for the road ahead."

The Israel-based software applications and workload management firm gave a full-year 2023 revenue range of $688 million to $693 million, exceeding analysts expectations.

Eoin Treacy's view

Over the last couple of years as my daughters have grown up and the number of activities they pursue has increased, I find myself using several different apps for keeping in contact with clubs and communicating with other parents.

We use KakaoTalk for fencing, Groupme for rowing, TeamSnap for tennis, my siblings recently began connecting on a WhatsApp group, meetings take place on Microsoft Teams, RingCentral or Zoom. Paying people takes place on Venmo or Zelle. 

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