Stock market history shows the best stocks to watch often have a 95 or higher Composite Rating in the early stages of a big price move. The stories below show which top stocks have just hit this benchmark of top stock ratings.
Top 5% Of All Stocks
The Composite Rating, which ranges from 1 (worst) to 99 (best), provides an overall score based on the stock’s grade for each of the other IBD SmartSelect Ratings. Use Stock Checkup to instantly get pass or fail ratings for these stock ratings and other metrics.
- EPS Rating: Tracks annual and recent quarterly earnings. Range: 1 (worst) to 99 (best).
- SMR Rating: Measures sales growth, profit margins and return on equity. Range: E (worst) to A+ (best).
- RS Rating: Gauges a stock’s strength compared to the entire S&P 500 universe of stocks. Range: 1 (worst) to 99 (best).
- Accumulation/Distribution Rating: Tracks institutional buying and selling in the stock over the last 13 weeks. Range: E (worst) to A+ (best).
Best Stocks To Watch And Stock Ratings: It’s All Relative
The Composite Rating, EPS Rating and SMR Rating are relative stock ratings, meaning they compare the performance of the stock to that of all other stocks on the market.
So a Composite Rating score of 95, for example, means the stock is outperforming 95% of all stocks in terms of the most important fundamental and technical stock-picking criteria.
While you should never buy a stock based solely on its ratings and you should always check the stock chart and current market trend before investing, keep an eye on the stocks highlighted below. Their rising Composite Rating and relative strength lines reveal signs of stock market leadership.
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