Tiffany & Co. (TIF – Analyst Report), designer, manufacturer and retailer of fine jewelry, is slated to report its third-quarter fiscal 2013 results before the market opens on Nov 26, 2013. In the last quarter, it posted a positive surprise of 12.2%. Let’s see how things are shaping up for this announcement.
Factors This Past Quarter
Tiffany’s better-than-expected second-quarter fiscal 2013 performance came on the back of higher demand in the Asia-Pacific region, primarily in Greater China, resulting in top-line increase of 4% and bottom-line growth of 15.3%.
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Our proven model does not conclusively show that Tiffany is likely to beat earnings this quarter. This is because a stock needs to have both a positive Earnings ESP and a Zacks Rank #1, #2 or #3 for this to happen. This is not the case here, as you will see below.
Zacks ESP: ESP for Tiffany is 0.00%. This is because both the Most Accurate estimate and the Zacks Consensus Estimate are pegged at 58 cents.
Zacks Rank #3 (Hold): Tiffany Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) lowers the predictive power of ESP. The Zacks Rank #3 when combined with an ESP of 0.00% makes surprise prediction difficult. We caution against stocks with Zacks Ranks #4 and #5 (Sell rated stocks) going into the earnings announcement, especially when the company is seeing negative estimate revisions momentum.
Stocks that Warrant a Look
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