Three-year sales growth: If a company is providing something customers like, this number should easily be more than 10% per year. The higher, the better. Obviously, much larger companies -- for example
AT&T -- will be happy to achieve sales growth of 5% per year. But smaller companies going after a big opportunity should hope for much faster growth.
Canada Goose Holdings -- for example -- is a smaller company that sells outdoor clothing and has grown sales by over 30% per year over the past three years. You can find any of these growth rates by typing in a ticker on Fool.com, and clicking "Earnings/Growth Ratio" on the drop-down menu of that company's page.
Source : https://journalstar.com/business/investment/personal-finance/top-stocks-for-beginner-investors-in/article_37765830-7d62-567b-b5df-7e548f59a67c.html