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Jul 19, 2021 (StockMarket.com via COMTEX) -- 4 Growth Stocks To Watch This Week Ahead Of Their Earnings Report

Looking to buy growth stocks for your late July watchlist? Well, there are plenty of options for investors of all types. With the second-quarter earnings kicking into high gear in the stock market today , there comes a slew of analyst expectations, forecasts to digest ahead of their release.

For better or for worse, companies are judged by their ability to beat market expectations. Therefore, you could assume that all eyes are on companies reporting earnings in the stock market this week. But as you sip your morning coffee reading the reports from analysts, bear in mind that these are just estimates. And they are usually not consistent from one analyst to another. That's because one analyst may use different metrics to come up with his estimates compared to others.

As important as the numbers will be on the earnings report, there are also a lot of uncertainties on how the stock market will perform this week. Last week, we saw major banks like Goldman Sachs ( NYSE: GS ) and JPMorgan Chase ( NYSE: JPM ) posted stellar earnings to start the season. Yet, these impressive beats did not send the bank stocks flying. Whilst it is true that the broader stock market has been trading sideways as of late, those who have compelling revenue growth stories could attract interest from more investors. With all these in mind, do you have these top growth stocks on your list today?

Best Growth Stocks To Watch In July 2021


When you think about Netflix, you may only think about its video streaming. But this company is rapidly evolving, and last week it made an announcement to offer video games on its service within the next year. It's no secret that subscriber growth has been slowing significantly as reopening gains pace and competition among streaming services ramps up. Another major reason is that the company has also been rolling out fewer TV shows and movies due to lockdown-related production slowdowns.

Netflix has been telling investors that it will resume its strong growth rate in the second half of the year. And a lot of that has to do with its recent new releases. This then brings us to the real question, could Tuesday's report from the company be able to back up those claims with numbers? Of course, another big question many investors are looking for is whether Netflix is feeling the heat from Disney's ( NYSE: DIS ) fast-growing streaming service. And the report this week will show investors if it's still the leader in the streaming space. With all that being said, with the growth narrative for Netflix stock starting to lose its luster, would its video gaming initiative make NFLX stock a good buy?

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Domino's Pizza

Domino's Pizza has been one of the best growth stocks to buy in the stock market. In fact, DPZ stock was a favorite among investors long before the pandemic struck. Like with most restaurants, the early days of the pandemic were tough on DPZ stock. However, it has bounced back significantly thanks to its digital ordering and delivery services. From the company's first-quarter report, revenue came in 16.7% higher year-over-year amid positive domestic and international same-store sales growth. The company is slated to report its second-quarter earnings on July 22.

If anything, the pizza giant has clearly demonstrated that it can navigate the crisis well. More impressively, the recent news that it has launched robotic delivery services in the US to cut down the risk of transmission is also getting many investors very excited. If you have been a long-term shareholder, you would be glad to know that since 2009, the shares have gone up about 150 times. That's staggering to think of. While pizzas don't always sound exciting, the company could potentially still reward investors in the years ahead. The question is, can DPZ stock grow at the same pace as it did for the past decade?

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