Earnings season will begin ramping up next week and traders should know that some names having a consistent track record of beating analyst expectations and moving higher on the back of their quarterly results. The first quarter of 2022 brought a bunch of macroeconomic worries for the market in the war in Ukraine, rising inflation and rates hikes from the Federal Reserve. Now, traders can focus on making bets at how individual companies are faring. To prepare for a new string of earnings, CNBC Pro reviewed Bespoke Investment Group data to decipher which companies tend to beat earnings estimates and trade higher. Here are some of the biggest winners to look out for in the week ahead: ASML Known as one of the premium semiconductor companies, shares of this European firm traded have plummeted 24.9% since the start of the year, as the industry faces a broader sell-off. Even amid the ongoing disruptions, the company has said it expects an annual revenue growth rate of roughly 11% between 2020 and 2030. Two tech investors also expect the Dutch firm to top a $500 billion market value in 2022. ASML , which reports results Wednesday, surpasses earnings expectations 79% of the time, according to Bespoke data. Its shares on average also gain 0.87% after the company reports earnings, the data shows. Halliburton The oilfield services firm reigns among the companies that have benefitted from a rise in oil prices fueled by the conflict in Ukraine, with its stock surging 78.2% in 2022. When fuel prices increase, Halliburton also tends to see some of the largest gains on average , according to a recent screen from CNBC Pro. Halliburton outshines earnings estimates 82% of the time and its stock trades about 1% higher on average afterward, according to Bespoke data. The company will report earnings on Tuesday. Lam Research Shares of Lam Research have come under pressure as the chip industry struggles, falling about 36.6% this year and 15.2% this month. But the semiconductor company has a strong track record of outperforming earnings estimates, topping expectations 92% of the time, according to Bespoke data. The company reports earnings on Wednesday and sees its stock soar 1.08% on average following a win, according to Bespoke. SVB Financial The bank, which is set to report earnings Thursday, has beaten earnings expectations 90% of the time and gains an average of 1.91% on the back of its quarterly numbers, according to Bespoke. Shares of SVB Financial have plummeted about 25.2% this year. Tractor Supply Tractor Supply beats earnings expectations 75% of the time and averages a 1.48% gain after posting its quarterly results, according to Bespoke data. Goldman Sachs recently listed the company among its stock picks to play deglobalization , which included a slew of names that could benefit from relocating operations to the U.S. or onshoring trends. Tractor Supply will report earnings Thursday, and its stock is down about 4.4% this year. Union Pacific The railroad operator exceeds earnings estimates 84% of the time and averages a gain of 0.78% after posting quarterly results, Bespoke data shows. Shares of Union Pacific , which will report earnings on Thursday, have dipped 9.9% this month and are down 2.3% year to date, as the transport industry faces inflationary headwinds. Bank of America recently downgraded the stock and eight other transport companies on fears that weakening demand and falling prices could hurt the industry, while Goldman Sachs named the railroad company as a potential beneficiary of onshoring trends .
ASML Holding Semiconductor company logo seen displayed on smart phone. ASML is a Dutch company and currently the largest supplier in the world of photolithography systems for the semiconductor industry.
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Earnings season will begin ramping up next week and traders should know that some names having a consistent track record of beating analyst expectations and moving higher on the back of their quarterly results.