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Amphenol's consistent performance attracts conservative investors

In a high-risk investment environment, many investors are turning towards profitable companies like Amphenol (NYSE: NYSE:APH) for their consistent performance. The company has demonstrated impressive annual Earnings Per Share (EPS) growth of 20% over the past three years, a metric often used to evaluate a company's performance. Such consistent growth rates are generally seen positively by shareholders, making Amphenol an attractive option for those seeking a more conservative approach.

Despite the allure of potential turnaround stories, investment legend Peter Lynch has noted that such risky bets seldom yield benefits. Companies must generate profits to sustain long-term interest from investors. In this regard, Amphenol's profitability plays a crucial role in its business success and investor appeal.

Another method of assessing a company's growth is through its revenue and Earnings Before Interest and Tax (EBIT) margins. Over the past year, Amphenol's EBIT margins have remained relatively stable, reflecting steady operational efficiency. Additionally, the company reported a promising revenue growth of 5.3%, totaling US$13 billion—an undeniable sign of progress.

While past performance is important, investors also need to consider future prospects when evaluating a company. In this context, consensus analyst forecasts for future EPS can be useful tools for making informed decisions.

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