Earnings Potential

Earnings Potential

The amount a person or company might be able to earn. There is no time frame implied in the definition. For example, one may discuss the earnings potential of a company next year or of a person over his/her lifetime. A number of factors, notably experience, expertise, connections and competence may affect earnings potential.
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However, recent studies reveal a positive correlation between attending a diverse college and having greater earnings potential and future household income.
Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty (DGSIR) has introduced an agent-led program designed to maximize coaching, reentering, information sharing and earnings potential throughout the organization.
View: The cash brings in a huge potential for acquisitions, with a significant improvement to earnings potential at VT.
This approach may result in higher coverage levels for young workers, for example, who may have low incomes now but great earnings potential.
Paige was prescient with her selection of biotech firm Sepracor (Nasdaq: SEPR) as a company that had great earnings potential.
Since the services are still in their nascent stages, it's difficult to gauge their earnings potential, said analyst Jeffrey Logsdon, managing director of Gerard Klauer Mattison & Co.
The earnings potential of the acquired company must be significant to cover that dilution.
The selection of Envirotest for these contracts significantly enhances the company's earnings potential, size and market presence.
As we have said previously, we feel that this quarter signifies continued improvement in the earnings potential of the organization.
Still, Nalbone said he is maintaining a buy recommendation on the company because of its future earnings potential.
40 percent would pay for earnings at a given price), while 35 percent rated present and near-term earnings potential as most important (i.