The Value Score

Comparatively cheap companies where you can get the most "bang for your buck".

Inputs to our calculation

Why does this matter?

Value investors tend to focus on stocks that appears to be trading for less than their intrinsic value. A high value score indicates a company may be undervalued. Value investors analyze a company based on Price to Earnings, Price to Book, Dividend Yield and Earnings Yield.

Value investing involves buying securities that appear underpriced by some form of fundamental analysis. Value investing is derived from the original teachings of Benjamin Graham and David Dodd.

Growth

The companies with the fastest revenue growth.

Momentum

Companies with upward short-term momentum that could produce short-term gains.

Scalability

Companies we deem as scalable – derived from private equity formulas.

Value

Comparatively cheap companies where you can get the most "bang for your buck".

Profitability

Companies with rock solid profitability, integral in future performance.

Safety

Companies directly correlated with the market, these generally provide low-risk.

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