With our new Revisions Analytic, we are making it easier to see changes in consensus and broker estimates.
Interested in analyst revisions after Nvidia’s disappointing Q4 guide? By clicking into the new Revisions Analysis dashboard, you can quickly see consensus and broker estimate changes for NVDA’s key drivers--your chance to find opportunity in the reaction.
What can you do with the new Revisions Analysis dashboard?
- View current and historical estimates, along with the percent change in revision since
- The last earnings release (pre-Q)
- The last 3 or 6 months
- A custom date
- Break out consensus to check how brokers have adjusted their estimates after a recent corporate event
- Filter by percentage change to only view changes that exceed a certain threshold ( e.g. >5%)
- Search for specific keyword or line item to find exactly what you’re looking for
- View line items simply on a percentage change basis
- Audit each estimate down to the original analyst model
In this release, we introduce a new chart to visualize and better analyze where a company has beat or missed expectations over time. With our new Surprise Analysis chart, view the actual % surprise over each quarterly/ semi-annual and annual time period. Hover over any bar to view expected and actual metrics and the earnings date.
[ABOVE] Netflix’s reported international streaming revenue in Q3 2017 was 1.3% above the Street.
To access the Surprise chart, right click on any historical number and click on ‘surprise analysis.’ Data will be available from the date we initiated coverage on that company.
Now with our API Metadata bulk call, you can pull key data on a company’s structure. Receive a list of views/tabs, line items by data type (standardized data, company data and analyst data), model dates and the list of brokers who cover the company.
https://app.visiblealpha.com/api2/getmeta?&ticker=AAPL&cut=CD (pulls all company specific information on data on AAPL).
Please note that you have to be permissioned to our API services for this to work. Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.