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DEFINITION of 'Rolling EPS'
A measure of a company's earnings per share based on the previous two quarters added to the upcoming two quarters' estimated EPS.
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BREAKING DOWN 'Rolling EPS'
This ratio gives investors a different look at the profitability of a company, as it takes into account historical and estimated earnings.
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