Stock Screener | Revenue Growth Over 20%

Looking for high revenue growth stocks to buy in 2019? Below is a list of growing companies you'll love, updated daily in 2019.

Companies Growing Revenue Over 20%

Revenue is one of the primary metrics used to gauge a company’s reach and potential.

Many management teams focus on growing revenue, more than any other financial metric. If Company’s aren’t able to grow top-line revenue, the likelihood of long-term success decreases.

As revenue increases, companies are able to reinvest the excess cash-flow into future growth activities. This generates more shareholder value and earnings potential for the Company.

Using the DiscoverCI Stock Screener, we scan for stocks daily that have a high revenue growth rate over 20%.

The list includes each company’s current Enterprise Value to EBIT (EV/EBIT), Market Cap, Price to Earnings (P/E), and Industry, and is sorted by Market Cap.

We update this list daily. Last updated: April 20th, 2019

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