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The Money Morning Stock VQScore™ – derived from our proprietary valuation system – gives you a distinct advantage when you buy (or sell) a stock.
That’s because it finds the stocks that are priced to get you the biggest returns.
We track the 1,500 most profitable companies on the market and assign each one a VQScore. To get the score, we use only the key factors that find stocks ready to outperform the market.
A stock’s VQScore is derived from a blended analysis of a company’s underlying earnings power, its profit growth, and its EPS acceleration or deceleration. Then we balance the result against recent demand for the company’s shares.
A VQScore of 4.00 or higher puts a stock in the “Buy Zone.” These are the stocks priced to make you money.
The Power of the VQScore
A stock’s VQScore is determined by its position our Value Quadrants. Each Value Quadrant represents a different combination of a stock’s value, demand, and growth prospects.
Stocks in Quadrant 4 – meaning they have a VQScore of 4.00 or higher – give you the best opportunity at the biggest returns.
Buying these shares is like picking up Netflix stock before it soared to today’s record highs. A $1,000 investment in NFLX when it had a VQScore of 4+ would be worth more than $16,000 today.
Quadrant 3 stocks – which have scores ranging from 3.00 to 3.99 – are also undervalued. They do not have the market in their favor though, like those in Quadrant 4.
Stocks with VQScores of 1.00 to 2.99 have limited future gains. They are trading closer to their fair value and, in some cases, are about to fall out of favor in the markets. This means we expect money to rotate out of these stocks or sectors.
Profit opportunities from stocks scoring 1.00 – 3.99 take a much closer analysis to find. We regularly release such opportunities and detailed stock research here.
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