As many companies grapple with rising costs, slowing demand and fears of an ongoing recession, a CNBC Pro screen brought a few bright spots to the surface, revealing some names that are actually gaining momentum in the earnings. Investors have been dealing with a sharp market sell-off for the past two months as inflation worsened by the conflict between Russia and Ukraine weighs more and more on companies. This week, traders will look at more retail earnings to see how companies are coping with rising costs amid lower consumer demand. Still, investors can still pick a few winners. To find these names, CNBC Pro used data from FactSet to look for companies where analysts have been raising their estimates rather than lowering them. Specifically, we look at stocks that have a current 2022 EPS estimate that is higher than it was three months ago. These stocks are also expected to post earnings-per-share growth of at least 10% this year. They also have equivalent buy ratings from most of the analysts who cover them and are outperforming the broader market this year. Here are the stocks with the biggest gains momentum: Our screen turned up a number of energy names that have enjoyed a surge this year due to rising oil prices. Analysts covering EOG Resources, Marathon Oil, ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, Pioneer Natural Resources and Diamondback Energy raised their earnings estimates for the current calendar year. Albemarle, one of the world’s largest lithium suppliers, raised its earnings outlook twice this month as rising inflation drives up prices for battery makers that use the metal. Year to date, the stock is up almost 4%. SBA Communications, a major cell tower operator and REIT, is also on the list. In a note last month, KeyBanc analysts said SBA is a buy with “significant growth potential” as leasing accelerates. Analysts expect SBA earnings to jump 91% in 2022. Stocks are down 14% this year. Semiconductor company Analog Devices is also on the list. Earlier this month, the company reported record revenue for the fifth consecutive quarter, citing “unprecedented demand” for its products. An Argus Research note this month said strong demand and management are propelling Analog Devices through an ongoing period of supply chain disruptions. The stock price is down 8% in 2022. Other stocks that appeared on our screen include Booking Holdings, Marathon Petroleum, Valero Energy, Quanta Services, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Phillips 66, Monolithic Power Systems, Enphase Energy, WR Berkley, Halliburton Company, PTC, and Assurant.