Implied Growth is the future growth rate for earnings, implied by the company’s average Return On Equity and Return On Earnings retention rates. Keep in mind that this is implied, which means an investor can assume that a company’s recent past is an indication of future growth, but not always. When evaluating a company take a look at their sector, the market, and new market trends that could lead to a company losing money.
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