Year-over-year revenue growth shows how a company's revenues have changed over the past year. When people talk about a company growing, they're generally talking about revenue growth.

It is a determining factor in investor sentiment, and eventually stock price. The revenue growth rate helps investors compare competitive companies directly and determine how quickly they're growing/declining compared to each other.

Revenue Growth = (Current Year Revenue - Previous Year Revenue) / Previous Year Revenue

At EEON, we rely heavily on revenue growth in our proprietary stock rating system. Along with momentum, revenue growth is a key component of both our growth and scalability scores.