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Below is a list of 14 stocks that are oversold, as measured by the Relative Strength Indicator, RSI (14). However, these names, on average, have beaten analysts’ earnings guidance estimates for the past four quarters.

Although these names have track records of surprising analysts, many of them have been dragged down by investor pessimism. Do you think these companies are oversold and ready for a reversal?

Earnings data sourced from AOL Money, all other data sourced from Finviz. to access a complete historical earnings analysis for the stocks mentioned below, click here.

Interactive Chart: Press Play to compare changes in analyst ratings over the last two years for the top six stocks mentioned below. Analyst ratings sourced from Zacks Investment Research. Note: The numbers on top of items represent the forward P/E ratio, if available.

List sorted by average earnings surprise over the last year.

1. AOL, Inc. (NYSE:AOL): Internet Information Providers Industry. Market cap of $2.15B. RSI(14) at 28.59. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 41.67% over the last year. The stock is a short squeeze candidate, with a short float at 5.93% (equivalent to 5.33 days of average volume). The stock is also stuck in a downtrend, trading 5.59% below its SMA20, 12.28% below its SMA50, and 12.87% below its SMA200.

2. Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F): Auto Manufacturer. Market cap of $52.38B. RSI(14) at 34.35. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 34.09% over the last year. This is a risky stock that is significantly more volatile than the overall market (beta = 2.36). It might be undervalued at current levels, with a PEG ratio at 0.68, and P/FCF ratio at 7.91. The stock has also gained 15.52% over the last year.

3. Alkermes, Inc. (NASDAQ:ALKS): Drug Delivery Industry. Market cap of $1.35B. RSI(14) at 36.39. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 25.12% over the last year. It has a relatively low correlation to the market (beta = 0.69), which may be appealing to risk-averse investors. The stock is also a short squeeze candidate, with a short float at 5.14% (equivalent to 7.25 days of average volume).

4. GrafTech International Ltd. (NYSE:GTI): Industrial Electrical Equipment Industry. Market cap of $2.35B. RSI(14) at 36.75. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 24.86% over the last year. After a solid performance over the last year, GTI has pulled back during recent sessions. The stock is 9.63% below its SMA20 and 4.71% below its SMA50, but remains 13.3% above its SMA200. The stock has also gained 46.86% over the last year.

5. Western Digital Corp. (NASDAQ:WDC): Data Storage Devices Industry. Market cap of $6.89B. RSI(14) at 34.41. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 21.09% over the last year. The stock has also performed poorly over the last month, losing 12.55%.

6. Carnival Corporation (NYSE:CCL): General Entertainment Industry. Market cap of $32.11B. RSI(14) at 33.05. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 18.74% over the last year. The stock has gained 15.24% over the last year.

7. Dolby Laboratories Inc. (NYSE:DLB): Diversified Electronics Industry. Market cap of $5.59B. RSI(14) at 30.97. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 17.91% over the last year. The stock has also performed poorly over the last month, losing 16.37%.

8. Quicksilver Resources Inc. (NYSE:KWK): Independent Oil & Gas Industry. Market cap of $2.46B. RSI(14) at 37.76. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 17.04% over the last year. It's also been a rough couple of days for the stock, losing 5.75% over the last week.

9. Syntel, Inc. (NASDAQ:SYNT): Information Technology Services Industry. Market cap of $2.12B. RSI(14) at 38.71. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 14.48% over the last year. After a solid performance over the last year, SYNT has pulled back during recent sessions. The stock is 7.2% below its SMA20 and 4.18% below its SMA50, but remains 15.32% above its SMA200. The stock has gained 45.5% over the last year.

10. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT): Application Software Industry. Market cap of $219.13B. RSI(14) at 34.26. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 13.42% over the last year. The stock has lost 6.36% over the last year.

11. BB & T Corp. (NYSE:BBT): Regional Bank. Market cap of $18.77B. RSI(14) at 38.9. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 12.96% over the last year. The stock has gained 1.05% over the last year.

12. Newmont Mining Corp. (NYSE:NEM): Gold Industry. Market cap of $26.99B. RSI(14) at 36.07. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 11.56% over the last year. Risk-averse investors may like the fact that it has relatively low correlation to the market (beta = 0.36). The stock is currently in a downtrend, trading 5.99% below its SMA20, 6.86% below its SMA50, and 8.99% below its SMA200. The stock has also lost 7.41% over the last week.

13. Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK): Communication Equipment Industry. Market cap of $32.98B. RSI(14) at 32.38. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 11.02% over the last year. Offers a good dividend, and appears to have good liquidity to back it up--dividend yield at 6.28%, current ratio at 1.55, and quick ratio at 1.4. The stock is currently stuck in a downtrend, trading 10.86% below its SMA20, 15.15% below its SMA50, and 11.84% below its SMA200. The stock has also performed poorly over the last month, losing 18.88%.

14. First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR): Semiconductor Industry. Market cap of $12.48B. RSI(14) at 39.42. The company has outperformed analyst earnings estimates by an average of 10.50% over the last year. The stock is a short squeeze candidate, with a short float at 27.85% (equivalent to 9.62 days of average volume). It's also been a rough couple of days for the stock, losing 10.66% over the last week.

Source: 14 Oversold Stocks With A Track Record of Beating Analyst Estimates