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CompanySectorCurrent PriceP/E RatioMarket CapConsensus Analyst RatingConsensus Price Target
Apple Inc. stock logo
AAPL
Apple
Computer and Technology$148.11
-2.0%
24.24$2.36 trillionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.72)
$176.30
(19.0% Upside)
Microsoft Co. stock logo
MSFT
Microsoft
Computer and Technology$247.49
0.0%
26.67$1.84 trillionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.91)
$300.64
(21.5% Upside)
Alphabet Inc. stock logo
GOOG
Alphabet
Computer and Technology$97.60
-1.2%
19.38$1.26 trillionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.95)
$147.23
(50.8% Upside)
Alphabet Inc. stock logo
GOOGL
Alphabet
Computer and Technology$97.46
-1.0%
19.35$1.26 trillionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.91)
$133.90
(37.4% Upside)
Amazon.com, Inc. stock logo
AMZN
Amazon.com
Retail/Wholesale$93.41
-0.8%
85.74$952.94 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.87)
$149.40
(59.9% Upside)
Tesla, Inc. stock logo
TSLA
Tesla
Auto/Tires/Trucks$182.86
-0.2%
56.50$577.43 billionHold
(Score: 2.42)
$278.43
(52.3% Upside)
UnitedHealth Group Incorporated stock logo
UNH
UnitedHealth Group
Medical$537.62
+1.5%
26.33$502.32 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.83)
$595.11
(10.7% Upside)
Exxon Mobil Co. stock logo
XOM
Exxon Mobil
Oils/Energy$113.21
-0.4%
9.24$466.23 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.65)
$110.52
(-2.4% Downside)
Johnson & Johnson stock logo
JNJ
Johnson & Johnson
Medical$177.24
+0.1%
24.69$463.39 billionHold
(Score: 2.36)
$181.33
(2.3% Upside)
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited stock logo
TSM
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing
Computer and Technology$81.40
-0.7%
13.82$422.17 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.78)
$116.57
(43.2% Upside)
Walmart Inc. stock logo
WMT
Walmart
Retail/Wholesale$153.07
+0.4%
47.24$415.47 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.63)
$160.14
(4.6% Upside)
NVIDIA Co. stock logo
NVDA
NVIDIA
Computer and Technology$162.70
-1.5%
69.23$405.12 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.76)
$211.09
(29.7% Upside)
Visa Inc. stock logo
V
Visa
Business Services$213.79
+1.0%
30.59$404.15 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.83)
$248.14
(16.1% Upside)
JPMorgan Chase & Co. stock logo
JPM
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Finance$136.74
+0.2%
11.55$401.09 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$144.90
(6.0% Upside)
Chevron Co. stock logo
CVX
Chevron
Oils/Energy$183.70
-0.3%
10.45$355.21 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.57)
$179.85
(-2.1% Downside)
The Procter & Gamble Company stock logo
PG
Procter & Gamble
Consumer Staples$146.72
+0.2%
25.43$350.00 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.64)
$151.00
(2.9% Upside)
Eli Lilly and Company stock logo
LLY
Eli Lilly and
Medical$365.25
+1.0%
54.84$347.05 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.81)
$359.78
(-1.5% Downside)
Mastercard Incorporated stock logo
MA
Mastercard
Business Services$351.29
+0.8%
35.09$337.75 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.83)
$396.35
(12.8% Upside)
The Home Depot, Inc. stock logo
HD
Home Depot
Retail/Wholesale$326.38
+1.5%
19.67$334.12 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.75)
$346.29
(6.1% Upside)
Bank of America Co. stock logo
BAC
Bank of America
Finance$37.70
+0.2%
11.93$302.45 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.69)
$44.68
(18.5% Upside)
Meta Platforms, Inc. stock logo
META
Meta Platforms
Computer and Technology$111.41
-0.7%
10.62$295.41 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.59)
$168.26
(51.0% Upside)
AbbVie Inc. stock logo
ABBV
AbbVie
Medical$159.62
+0.1%
21.31$282.28 billionHold
(Score: 2.40)
$158.56
(-0.7% Downside)
Pfizer Inc. stock logo
PFE
Pfizer
Medical$49.21
+0.7%
9.46$276.23 billionHold
(Score: 2.36)
$56.47
(14.7% Upside)
Merck & Co., Inc. stock logo
MRK
Merck & Co., Inc.
Medical$107.50
+0.6%
17.89$272.56 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.78)
$106.00
(-1.4% Downside)
The Coca-Cola Company stock logo
KO
Coca-Cola
Consumer Staples$62.69
+0.1%
27.38$271.10 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$66.50
(6.1% Upside)
Novo Nordisk A/S stock logo
NVO
Novo Nordisk A/S
Medical$118.79
+0.8%
35.25$268.82 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.53)
$717.14
(503.7% Upside)
PepsiCo, Inc. stock logo
PEP
PepsiCo
Consumer Defensive$184.11
-0.5%
25.29$253.65 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
PepsiCo, Inc. stock logo
PEP
PepsiCo
Consumer Staples$184.11
-0.5%
26.34$253.65 billionHold
(Score: 2.42)
$181.07
(-1.7% Downside)
ASML Holding stock logo
ASML
ASML
Computer and Technology$591.84
-2.0%
35.46$242.52 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.93)
$696.46
(17.7% Upside)
Costco Wholesale Co. stock logo
COST
Costco Wholesale
Retail/Wholesale$533.66
-0.2%
40.61$236.20 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.82)
$565.54
(6.0% Upside)
Oracle Co. stock logo
ORCL
Oracle
Computer and Technology$82.72
+0.2%
39.39$223.03 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$88.58
(7.1% Upside)
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. stock logo
TMO
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Medical$551.25
+0.7%
30.99$216.20 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.56)
$619.00
(12.3% Upside)
Broadcom Inc. stock logo
AVGO
Broadcom
Computer and Technology$529.91
-0.7%
22.92$214.61 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.91)
$675.13
(27.4% Upside)
AstraZeneca PLC stock logo
AZN
AstraZeneca
Medical$66.17
+0.1%
98.76$205.05 billionHold
(Score: 2.27)
$80.67
(21.9% Upside)
AstraZeneca PLC stock logo
AZN
AstraZeneca
Medical$66.17
+0.1%
0.00$205.05 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Shell plc stock logo
SHEL
Shell
Oils/Energy$56.82
0.0%
4.96$204.40 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$67.00
(17.9% Upside)
McDonald's Co. stock logo
MCD
McDonald's
Retail/Wholesale$275.00
+0.6%
34.63$201.42 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.81)
$287.30
(4.5% Upside)
Alibaba Group Holding Limited stock logo
BABA
Alibaba Group
Retail/Wholesale$75.50
-3.8%
188.75$199.93 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.95)
$150.05
(98.7% Upside)
Cisco Systems, Inc. stock logo
CSCO
Cisco Systems
Computer and Technology$48.40
-0.4%
17.47$198.87 billionHold
(Score: 2.45)
$53.63
(10.8% Upside)
Danaher Co. stock logo
DHR
Danaher
Multi-Sector Conglomerates$267.04
+1.4%
29.51$194.40 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.83)
$312.50
(17.0% Upside)
Novartis AG stock logo
NVS
Novartis
Medical$87.71
+0.5%
9.01$194.07 billionHold
(Score: 1.93)
$85.45
(-2.6% Downside)
T-Mobile US, Inc. stock logo
TMUS
T-Mobile US
Computer and Technology$151.05
+0.6%
123.81$187.93 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
$174.15
(15.3% Upside)
Accenture plc stock logo
ACN
Accenture
Business Services$296.40
+0.6%
27.68$186.90 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$337.60
(13.9% Upside)
Abbott Laboratories stock logo
ABT
Abbott Laboratories
Medical$106.96
+0.9%
24.14$186.49 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.64)
$123.00
(15.0% Upside)
Wells Fargo & Company stock logo
WFC
Wells Fargo & Company
Finance$47.44
+0.2%
12.32$180.77 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$55.03
(16.0% Upside)
The Walt Disney Company stock logo
DIS
Walt Disney
Consumer Discretionary$98.87
0.0%
57.48$180.25 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.87)
$132.07
(33.6% Upside)
Linde plc stock logo
LIN
Linde
Oils/Energy$344.42
+0.5%
45.56$170.27 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.75)
$348.72
(1.2% Upside)
NextEra Energy, Inc. stock logo
NEE
NextEra Energy
Utilities$85.34
+0.5%
43.99$169.58 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$92.90
(8.9% Upside)
Bristol-Myers Squibb stock logo
BMY
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Medical$79.24
+0.1%
25.81$168.48 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$79.00
(-0.3% Downside)
NIKE, Inc. stock logo
NKE
NIKE
Consumer Discretionary$105.96
-0.6%
30.02$166.20 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.63)
$115.25
(8.8% Upside)
Verizon Communications Inc. stock logo
VZ
Verizon Communications
Computer and Technology$39.02
+0.3%
8.46$163.88 billionHold
(Score: 2.14)
$48.60
(24.6% Upside)
Invesco QQQ Trust stock logo
QQQ
Invesco QQQ Trust
Finance$286.92
-0.7%
0.00$162.45 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Texas Instruments Incorporated stock logo
TXN
Texas Instruments
Computer and Technology$177.07
-1.1%
18.56$160.70 billionHold
(Score: 2.29)
$174.70
(-1.3% Downside)
ConocoPhillips stock logo
COP
ConocoPhillips
Oils/Energy$126.81
+0.1%
9.14$158.01 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.89)
$133.76
(5.5% Upside)
TotalEnergies SE stock logo
TTE
TotalEnergies
Oils/Energy$60.61
+0.6%
6.93$157.99 billionHold
(Score: 2.47)
$62.74
(3.5% Upside)
United Parcel Service, Inc. stock logo
UPS
United Parcel Service
Transportation$182.52
-0.2%
14.30$157.86 billionHold
(Score: 2.48)
$200.13
(9.6% Upside)
Adobe Inc. stock logo
ADBE
Adobe
Computer and Technology$334.30
-0.4%
32.97$155.42 billionHold
(Score: 2.45)
$405.42
(21.3% Upside)
Comcast Co. stock logo
CMCSA
Comcast
Consumer Discretionary$35.65
+0.3%
31.00$154.13 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$44.52
(24.9% Upside)
Morgan Stanley stock logo
MS
Morgan Stanley
Finance$90.91
+1.1%
13.19$153.65 billionHold
(Score: 2.46)
$93.31
(2.6% Upside)
Salesforce, Inc. stock logo
CRM
Salesforce
Computer and Technology$153.35
+0.7%
283.98$153.35 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.86)
$224.24
(46.2% Upside)
Philip Morris International Inc. stock logo
PM
Philip Morris International
Consumer Staples$98.25
+0.1%
17.51$152.31 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$107.50
(9.4% Upside)
Amgen Inc. stock logo
AMGN
Amgen
Medical$283.74
+0.1%
22.75$151.40 billionHold
(Score: 2.07)
$248.19
(-12.5% Downside)
The Charles Schwab Co. stock logo
SCHW
Charles Schwab
Finance$81.61
+0.2%
24.81$148.19 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.63)
$91.92
(12.6% Upside)
Honeywell International Inc. stock logo
HON
Honeywell International
Multi-Sector Conglomerates$220.05
+0.5%
28.18$147.94 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$213.38
(-3.0% Downside)
Raytheon Technologies Co. stock logo
RTX
Raytheon Technologies
Aerospace$97.47
+0.4%
32.49$143.29 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.63)
$108.73
(11.5% Upside)
Royal Bank of Canada stock logo
RY
Royal Bank of Canada
Finance$100.90
+0.0%
11.64$139.87 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.55)
$139.71
(38.5% Upside)
QUALCOMM Incorporated stock logo
QCOM
QUALCOMM
Computer and Technology$123.45
-1.4%
10.85$138.39 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.74)
$158.27
(28.2% Upside)
AT&T Inc. stock logo
T
AT&T
Computer and Technology$19.12
+0.2%
7.08$136.27 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.53)
$22.50
(17.7% Upside)
International Business Machines Co. stock logo
IBM
International Business Machines
Computer and Technology$148.37
-0.3%
108.30$134.15 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$139.40
(-6.0% Downside)
Deere & Company stock logo
DE
Deere & Company
Industrial Products$441.47
+0.9%
18.92$133.24 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.65)
$442.65
(0.3% Upside)
CVS Health Co. stock logo
CVS
CVS Health
Retail/Wholesale$101.26
+1.2%
43.09$133.05 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$118.84
(17.4% Upside)
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. stock logo
GS
The Goldman Sachs Group
Finance$388.86
+0.7%
10.36$131.68 billionHold
(Score: 2.43)
$400.19
(2.9% Upside)
Union Pacific Co. stock logo
UNP
Union Pacific
Transportation$213.33
+0.4%
19.03$131.16 billionHold
(Score: 2.37)
$221.40
(3.8% Upside)
Lowe's Companies, Inc. stock logo
LOW
Lowe's Companies
Retail/Wholesale$210.97
0.0%
20.66$130.95 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.57)
$231.35
(9.7% Upside)
SAP SE stock logo
SAP
SAP
Computer and Technology$110.65
+0.7%
36.88$130.52 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$110.07
(-0.5% Downside)
HDFC Bank Limited stock logo
HDB
HDFC Bank
Finance$69.52
+1.2%
23.81$128.51 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Netflix, Inc. stock logo
NFLX
Netflix
Consumer Discretionary$285.54
-2.0%
25.59$127.07 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$311.13
(9.0% Upside)
Lockheed Martin Co. stock logo
LMT
Lockheed Martin
Aerospace$483.46
+0.5%
22.20$126.70 billionHold
(Score: 2.36)
$464.83
(-3.9% Downside)
Unilever PLC stock logo
UL
Unilever
Consumer Staples$49.66
+0.3%
0.00$126.37 billionHold
(Score: 2.25)
$46.00
(-7.4% Downside)
The Toronto-Dominion Bank stock logo
TD
Toronto-Dominion Bank
Finance$68.06
-0.1%
10.94$123.50 billionHold
(Score: 2.11)
$100.50
(47.7% Upside)
Elevance Health Inc. stock logo
ELV
Elevance Health
Medical$513.86
+1.3%
20.16$123.33 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.93)
$577.37
(12.4% Upside)
Caterpillar Inc. stock logo
CAT
Caterpillar
Industrial Products$235.70
-0.5%
17.12$122.66 billionHold
(Score: 2.43)
$226.40
(-3.9% Downside)
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. stock logo
AMD
Advanced Micro Devices
Computer and Technology$75.14
-1.6%
44.99$121.15 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.79)
$99.88
(32.9% Upside)
Intel Co. stock logo
INTC
Intel
Computer and Technology$29.34
-1.1%
9.03$121.09 billionHold
(Score: 1.84)
$32.67
(11.4% Upside)
HSBC Holdings plc stock logo
HSBC
HSBC
Finance$29.72
+0.8%
9.97$120.74 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
N/A
Equinor ASA stock logo
EQNR
Equinor ASA
Oils/Energy$36.81
+2.3%
4.86$119.49 billionHold
(Score: 2.00)
$235.63
(540.1% Upside)
S&P Global Inc. stock logo
SPGI
S&P Global
Business Services$357.91
+0.1%
29.93$116.61 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
$388.69
(8.6% Upside)
Anthem Inc stock logo
ANTM
Anthem
Health Services$0.00
14.83$116.34 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
American Express stock logo
AXP
American Express
Finance$154.15
+0.1%
15.49$115.19 billionHold
(Score: 2.32)
$173.58
(12.6% Upside)
Sanofi stock logo
SNY
Sanofi
Medical$45.39
+0.8%
10.63$115.06 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Sanofi stock logo
SNY
Sanofi
Medical$45.39
+0.8%
16.45$115.06 billionHold
(Score: 2.44)
$102.88
(126.6% Upside)
Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. stock logo
KOF
Coca-Cola FEMSA
Consumer Staples$68.33
-0.1%
16.50$114.84 billionHold
(Score: 2.40)
$63.00
(-7.8% Downside)
Starbucks Co. stock logo
SBUX
Starbucks
Retail/Wholesale$99.56
+0.0%
35.31$114.27 billionHold
(Score: 2.48)
$100.04
(0.5% Upside)
Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV stock logo
BUD
Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV
Consumer Staples$56.59
+0.4%
22.37$112.05 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.55)
$61.58
(8.8% Upside)
BlackRock, Inc. stock logo
BLK
BlackRock
Finance$737.78
+0.2%
20.33$110.81 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.54)
$703.92
(-4.6% Downside)
Intuit Inc. stock logo
INTU
Intuit
Computer and Technology$392.47
-0.9%
54.13$110.63 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.91)
$533.11
(35.8% Upside)
Automatic Data Processing, Inc. stock logo
ADP
Automatic Data Processing
Business Services$263.95
+0.5%
36.51$109.49 billionHold
(Score: 2.29)
$242.27
(-8.2% Downside)
BP p.l.c. stock logo
BP
BP
Oils/Energy$35.27
+0.8%
-10.28$109.33 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.59)
$32.64
(-7.5% Downside)
Gilead Sciences, Inc. stock logo
GILD
Gilead Sciences
Medical$86.26
+1.0%
32.55$108.19 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.56)
$82.70
(-4.1% Downside)
Prologis, Inc. stock logo
PLD
Prologis
Finance$116.39
+0.7%
21.59$107.44 billionBuy
(Score: 3.06)
$145.39
(24.9% Upside)
The Boeing Company stock logo
BA
Boeing
Aerospace$178.36
+2.0%
-12.52$105.91 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.78)
$200.18
(12.2% Upside)
Medtronic plc stock logo
MDT
Medtronic
Medical$79.12
+0.1%
24.57$105.16 billionHold
(Score: 2.22)
$97.79
(23.6% Upside)
Diageo plc stock logo
DEO
Diageo
Consumer Staples$184.11
+0.6%
0.00$104.85 billionHold
(Score: 2.00)
N/A
Sony Group Co. stock logo
SONY
Sony Group
Consumer Discretionary$82.89
+0.8%
13.59$102.54 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$109.67
(32.3% Upside)
American Tower Co. stock logo
AMT
American Tower
Finance$220.08
+0.8%
34.93$102.47 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.77)
$259.40
(17.9% Upside)
Cigna Co. stock logo
CI
Cigna
Finance$323.90
+1.3%
15.47$99.03 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.65)
$329.32
(1.7% Upside)
General Electric stock logo
GE
General Electric
Multi-Sector Conglomerates$88.14
+0.3%
-15.94$96.31 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.82)
$91.00
(3.2% Upside)
The TJX Companies, Inc. stock logo
TJX
TJX Companies
Retail/Wholesale$81.03
+0.6%
28.23$94.08 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.82)
$82.42
(1.7% Upside)
Intuitive Surgical, Inc. stock logo
ISRG
Intuitive Surgical
Medical$265.13
+0.3%
69.96$93.69 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.70)
$261.05
(-1.5% Downside)
Citigroup Inc. stock logo
C
Citigroup
Finance$48.29
+0.1%
6.62$93.53 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$58.60
(21.3% Upside)
British American Tobacco p.l.c. stock logo
BTI
British American Tobacco
Consumer Staples$40.60
+0.1%
0.00$93.06 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
N/A
PayPal Holdings, Inc. stock logo
PYPL
PayPal
Computer and Technology$80.08
-0.8%
40.65$91.29 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.69)
$125.02
(56.1% Upside)
Mondelez International, Inc. stock logo
MDLZ
Mondelez International
Consumer Staples$66.69
+0.0%
29.64$91.07 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.87)
$70.94
(6.4% Upside)
Applied Materials, Inc. stock logo
AMAT
Applied Materials
Computer and Technology$105.82
-1.7%
14.22$91.04 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.70)
$120.64
(14.0% Upside)
Chubb Limited stock logo
CB
Chubb
Finance$216.23
+1.0%
15.08$89.75 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.89)
$234.73
(8.6% Upside)
Stryker Co. stock logo
SYK
Stryker
Medical$232.74
+1.1%
36.20$88.08 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.68)
$247.74
(6.4% Upside)
BHP Group Limited stock logo
BHP
BHP Group
Basic Materials$59.68
-0.6%
0.00$88.04 billionHold
(Score: 2.11)
$65.10
(9.1% Upside)
Canadian National Railway stock logo
CNI
Canadian National Railway
Transportation$127.67
+1.0%
23.21$86.45 billionHold
(Score: 2.44)
$141.55
(10.9% Upside)
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. stock logo
MMC
Marsh & McLennan Companies
Finance$171.82
+0.8%
25.80$85.22 billionHold
(Score: 2.27)
$178.73
(4.0% Upside)
Analog Devices, Inc. stock logo
ADI
Analog Devices
Computer and Technology$167.09
-1.2%
31.65$85.10 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.68)
$190.95
(14.3% Upside)
Enbridge Inc. stock logo
ENB
Enbridge
Oils/Energy$41.74
+0.7%
19.78$84.52 billionHold
(Score: 2.43)
$60.22
(44.3% Upside)
Infosys Limited stock logo
INFY
Infosys
Computer and Technology$19.92
+2.0%
28.46$83.82 billionHold
(Score: 2.25)
$21.06
(5.7% Upside)
EOG Resources, Inc. stock logo
EOG
EOG Resources
Oils/Energy$142.64
0.0%
11.21$83.79 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.95)
$156.68
(9.8% Upside)
Rio Tinto Group stock logo
RIO
Rio Tinto Group
Basic Materials$65.73
-0.6%
0.00$82.54 billionHold
(Score: 2.08)
$70.00
(6.5% Upside)
ServiceNow, Inc. stock logo
NOW
ServiceNow
Computer and Technology$407.21
-0.5%
411.32$82.26 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.87)
$537.26
(31.9% Upside)
Pinduoduo Inc. stock logo
PDD
Pinduoduo
Retail/Wholesale$65.75
-1.4%
30.87$81.44 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.82)
$76.27
(16.0% Upside)
Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund stock logo
BND
Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund
$72.56
0.00$81.29 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Northrop Grumman Co. stock logo
NOC
Northrop Grumman
Aerospace$527.83
+1.4%
15.00$81.24 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.73)
$536.92
(1.7% Upside)
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated stock logo
VRTX
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Medical$312.98
-1.0%
24.68$80.34 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.65)
$305.33
(-2.4% Downside)
Altria Group, Inc. stock logo
MO
Altria Group
Consumer Staples$44.74
-0.6%
17.41$80.18 billionHold
(Score: 2.09)
$46.64
(4.2% Upside)
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. stock logo
REGN
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
Medical$736.23
+0.1%
15.52$80.18 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.59)
$766.81
(4.2% Upside)
ICICI Bank Limited stock logo
IBN
ICICI Bank
Finance$23.00
+0.1%
22.33$80.17 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. stock logo
EL
Estée Lauder Companies
Consumer Staples$220.01
-1.2%
36.73$78.50 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.77)
$262.41
(19.3% Upside)
Booking Holdings Inc. stock logo
BKNG
Booking
Retail/Wholesale$1,984.63
+0.8%
32.59$76.98 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.77)
$2,424.85
(22.2% Upside)
The Progressive Co. stock logo
PGR
Progressive
Finance$131.57
+0.4%
93.31$76.98 billionHold
(Score: 2.00)
$120.38
(-8.5% Downside)
Duke Energy Co. stock logo
DUK
Duke Energy
Utilities$99.62
+1.1%
20.08$76.71 billionHold
(Score: 2.27)
$105.09
(5.5% Upside)
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited stock logo
CP
Canadian Pacific Railway
Transportation$81.46
+0.9%
32.98$75.77 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.57)
$84.57
(3.8% Upside)
Brookfield Asset Management Inc. stock logo
BAM
Brookfield Asset Management
Finance$46.56
+1.9%
22.71$75.42 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$63.40
(36.2% Upside)
Target Co. stock logo
TGT
Target
Retail/Wholesale$163.38
0.0%
22.38$75.20 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.74)
$185.07
(13.3% Upside)
The Southern Company stock logo
SO
Southern
Utilities$66.91
+0.8%
21.17$72.84 billionHold
(Score: 2.00)
$71.42
(6.7% Upside)
Schlumberger Limited stock logo
SLB
Schlumberger
Oils/Energy$50.83
-1.1%
24.44$72.08 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
$54.37
(7.0% Upside)
3M stock logo
MMM
3M
Multi-Sector Conglomerates$129.04
+0.8%
11.24$71.33 billionHold
(Score: 1.75)
$132.93
(3.0% Upside)
Illinois Tool Works Inc. stock logo
ITW
Illinois Tool Works
Industrial Products$228.97
+0.1%
26.14$70.34 billionHold
(Score: 1.91)
$202.00
(-11.8% Downside)
Zoetis Inc. stock logo
ZTS
Zoetis
Medical$150.10
-0.2%
34.27$69.96 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.86)
$215.17
(43.3% Upside)
General Dynamics Co. stock logo
GD
General Dynamics
Aerospace$253.77
+0.6%
21.13$69.67 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.71)
$267.50
(5.4% Upside)
Vale S.A. stock logo
VALE
Vale
Basic Materials$15.12
3.52$69.42 billionHold
(Score: 2.46)
$17.50
(15.7% Upside)
GSK plc stock logo
GSK
GSK
Medical$33.99
+0.9%
4.17$69.12 billionHold
(Score: 1.89)
N/A
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. stock logo
APD
Air Products and Chemicals
Basic Materials$309.91
+0.6%
30.56$68.76 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$299.28
(-3.4% Downside)
Humana Inc. stock logo
HUM
Humana
Medical$540.95
+0.5%
24.53$68.48 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.79)
$579.00
(7.0% Upside)
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. stock logo
MUFG
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
Finance$5.42
+3.8%
14.26$68.37 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
N/A
Moderna, Inc. stock logo
MRNA
Moderna
Medical$176.40
-0.2%
6.38$67.77 billionHold
(Score: 2.42)
$176.93
(0.3% Upside)
HCA Healthcare, Inc. stock logo
HCA
HCA Healthcare
Medical$239.37
+0.9%
13.52$67.67 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.78)
$235.10
(-1.8% Downside)
The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. stock logo
PNC
The PNC Financial Services Group
Finance$167.65
+0.7%
12.64$67.62 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$188.56
(12.5% Upside)
Waste Management, Inc. stock logo
WM
Waste Management
Business Services$164.46
+0.3%
30.57$67.51 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$170.75
(3.8% Upside)
Becton, Dickinson and Company stock logo
BDX
Becton, Dickinson and
Medical$238.06
+0.3%
40.49$67.46 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$267.70
(12.5% Upside)
CSX Co. stock logo
CSX
CSX
Transportation$32.02
-0.2%
17.12$67.32 billionHold
(Score: 2.48)
$34.31
(7.1% Upside)
Bank of Montreal stock logo
BMO
Bank of Montreal
Finance$99.33
-0.1%
7.52$67.27 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.70)
$159.69
(60.8% Upside)
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras stock logo
PBR
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras
Oils/Energy$10.30
+1.6%
1.98$67.18 billionHold
(Score: 1.86)
$14.26
(38.4% Upside)
JD.com, Inc. stock logo
JD
JD.com
Retail/Wholesale$49.48
-5.3%
549.84$66.69 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.75)
$81.92
(65.6% Upside)
Canadian Natural Resources Limited stock logo
CNQ
Canadian Natural Resources
Oils/Energy$60.16
+0.3%
7.47$66.62 billionHold
(Score: 2.44)
$88.14
(46.5% Upside)
Eaton Co. plc stock logo
ETN
Eaton
Industrial Products$166.11
+0.5%
29.04$66.06 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.55)
$161.67
(-2.7% Downside)
U.S. Bancorp stock logo
USB
U.S. Bancorp
Finance$44.26
+0.3%
10.51$65.76 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
$55.17
(24.6% Upside)
América Móvil, S.A.B. de C.V. stock logo
AMX
América Móvil
Computer and Technology$20.50
+0.3%
6.90$65.19 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.71)
$21.68
(5.8% Upside)
Fiserv, Inc. stock logo
FISV
Fiserv
Business Services$102.49
+0.4%
32.13$65.08 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.61)
$123.38
(20.4% Upside)
The Sherwin-Williams Company stock logo
SHW
Sherwin-Williams
Construction$249.52
-0.2%
33.76$64.66 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.53)
$275.22
(10.3% Upside)
UBS Group AG stock logo
UBS
UBS Group
Finance$18.55
+0.5%
8.75$64.55 billionHold
(Score: 2.30)
$19.82
(6.8% Upside)
Colgate-Palmolive stock logo
CL
Colgate-Palmolive
Consumer Staples$76.77
-0.2%
33.38$64.12 billionHold
(Score: 2.36)
$82.42
(7.4% Upside)
Occidental Petroleum Co. stock logo
OXY
Occidental Petroleum
Oils/Energy$70.28
-1.2%
5.85$63.88 billionHold
(Score: 2.37)
$76.11
(8.3% Upside)
The Bank of Nova Scotia stock logo
BNS
Bank of Nova Scotia
Finance$53.36
+0.5%
8.11$63.57 billionHold
(Score: 2.23)
$90.99
(70.5% Upside)
Aon plc stock logo
AON
AON
Finance$307.08
+0.9%
23.84$63.52 billionHold
(Score: 1.63)
$291.00
(-5.2% Downside)
Micron Technology, Inc. stock logo
MU
Micron Technology
Computer and Technology$58.41
-0.9%
7.56$63.50 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.73)
$69.97
(19.8% Upside)
Boston Scientific Co. stock logo
BSX
Boston Scientific
Medical$44.15
+0.6%
105.12$63.24 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
$47.71
(8.1% Upside)
Blackstone Inc. stock logo
BX
Blackstone
Finance$90.00
+1.7%
25.42$63.16 billionHold
(Score: 2.40)
$113.10
(25.7% Upside)
CME Group Inc. stock logo
CME
CME Group
Finance$175.00
-0.6%
23.81$62.95 billionHold
(Score: 2.29)
$223.86
(27.9% Upside)
Airbnb, Inc. stock logo
ABNB
Airbnb
Computer and Technology$97.67
+1.1%
40.70$62.74 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$141.70
(45.1% Upside)
Equinix, Inc. stock logo
EQIX
Equinix
Finance$674.66
+0.4%
88.19$62.43 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.69)
$751.18
(11.3% Upside)
Truist Financial Co. stock logo
TFC
Truist Financial
Finance$46.92
+1.1%
10.76$62.25 billionHold
(Score: 2.38)
$55.09
(17.4% Upside)
ABB Ltd stock logo
ABB
ABB
Industrial Products$31.55
+0.3%
15.54$61.99 billionHold
(Score: 2.36)
$29.54
(-6.4% Downside)
Lam Research Co. stock logo
LRCX
Lam Research
Computer and Technology$453.25
-1.8%
13.00$61.81 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.57)
$484.86
(7.0% Upside)
Pioneer Natural Resources stock logo
PXD
Pioneer Natural Resources
Oils/Energy$254.14
-0.1%
9.06$61.49 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$282.33
(11.1% Upside)
Crown Castle Inc. stock logo
CCI
Crown Castle
Finance$141.19
+0.8%
37.95$61.14 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$163.93
(16.1% Upside)
Charter Communications, Inc. stock logo
CHTR
Charter Communications
Consumer Discretionary$390.11
0.0%
12.19$60.73 billionHold
(Score: 2.35)
$512.35
(31.3% Upside)
MetLife, Inc. stock logo
MET
MetLife
Finance$76.95
+0.3%
28.93$60.38 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.92)
$78.08
(1.5% Upside)
Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. stock logo
ICE
Intercontinental Exchange
Finance$107.12
+0.2%
23.75$59.83 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$126.17
(17.8% Upside)
Marathon Petroleum Co. stock logo
MPC
Marathon Petroleum
Oils/Energy$125.20
-0.3%
5.50$58.68 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.82)
$124.71
(-0.4% Downside)
Norfolk Southern Co. stock logo
NSC
Norfolk Southern
Transportation$252.32
+0.5%
18.55$58.42 billionHold
(Score: 2.24)
$243.71
(-3.4% Downside)
Dollar General Co. stock logo
DG
Dollar General
Retail/Wholesale$257.23
+0.4%
25.62$58.02 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.86)
$269.85
(4.9% Upside)
Activision Blizzard, Inc. stock logo
ATVI
Activision Blizzard
Consumer Discretionary$73.47
-4.1%
34.49$57.50 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.53)
$94.28
(28.3% Upside)
General Motors stock logo
GM
General Motors
Auto/Tires/Trucks$40.46
+0.9%
6.86$57.48 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.57)
$51.74
(27.9% Upside)
Constellation Brands, Inc. stock logo
STZ.B
Constellation Brands
Consumer Staples$310.00
1,000.03$57.19 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Emerson Electric Co. stock logo
EMR
Emerson Electric
Industrial Products$96.12
+0.2%
17.77$56.85 billionHold
(Score: 2.42)
$96.17
(0.0% Upside)
Uber Technologies, Inc. stock logo
UBER
Uber Technologies
Computer and Technology$28.50
-1.0%
-6.28$56.84 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.96)
$48.64
(70.7% Upside)
Ford Motor stock logo
F
Ford Motor
Auto/Tires/Trucks$14.08
+0.4%
6.40$56.61 billionHold
(Score: 2.21)
$18.07
(28.4% Upside)
Thomson Reuters Co. stock logo
TRI
Thomson Reuters
Business Services$115.93
+0.4%
60.07$55.75 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.75)
$124.67
(7.5% Upside)
Moody's Co. stock logo
MCO
Moody's
Finance$301.00
+1.0%
35.92$55.14 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$291.53
(-3.1% Downside)
McKesson Co. stock logo
MCK
McKesson
Medical$383.34
+0.7%
27.05$54.35 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$395.91
(3.3% Upside)
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. stock logo
KDP
Keurig Dr Pepper
Consumer Defensive$38.25
-0.2%
20.79$54.17 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. stock logo
KDP
Keurig Dr Pepper
Consumer Staples$38.25
-0.2%
29.88$54.17 billionHold
(Score: 2.29)
$39.75
(3.9% Upside)
Monster Beverage Co. stock logo
MNST
Monster Beverage
Consumer Staples$103.37
-0.5%
45.74$53.93 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.69)
$103.50
(0.1% Upside)
KLA Co. stock logo
KLAC
KLA
Computer and Technology$380.02
-1.5%
17.16$53.86 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.69)
$378.28
(-0.5% Downside)
Enterprise Products Partners L.P. stock logo
EPD
Enterprise Products Partners
Oils/Energy$24.75
-0.1%
10.67$53.85 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.73)
$30.44
(23.0% Upside)
Relx Plc stock logo
RELX
Relx
Computer and Technology$28.09
+0.4%
0.00$53.84 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
N/A
Eni S.p.A. stock logo
E
ENI
Oils/Energy$29.72
+1.2%
2.88$53.58 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.60)
$16.25
(-45.3% Downside)
O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. stock logo
ORLY
O'Reilly Automotive
Retail/Wholesale$855.97
+0.6%
26.13$53.56 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.73)
$819.33
(-4.3% Downside)
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company stock logo
ADM
Archer-Daniels-Midland
Consumer Staples$97.40
+0.6%
13.43$53.51 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.60)
$91.00
(-6.6% Downside)
Valero Energy Co. stock logo
VLO
Valero Energy
Oils/Energy$138.40
-0.6%
5.91$53.36 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.91)
$139.69
(0.9% Upside)
Freeport-McMoRan Inc. stock logo
FCX
Freeport-McMoRan
Basic Materials$37.15
-2.3%
14.13$53.10 billionHold
(Score: 2.25)
$38.07
(2.5% Upside)
Public Storage stock logo
PSA
Public Storage
Finance$298.61
+0.5%
12.14$52.45 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.60)
$368.91
(23.5% Upside)
Phillips 66 stock logo
PSX
Phillips 66
Oils/Energy$110.78
+0.1%
5.07$52.36 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.64)
$116.73
(5.4% Upside)
Palo Alto Networks, Inc. stock logo
PANW
Palo Alto Networks
Computer and Technology$172.77
-0.2%
-350.20$51.90 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.88)
$231.86
(34.2% Upside)
Marriott International, Inc. stock logo
MAR
Marriott International
Consumer Discretionary$162.53
+0.7%
24.78$51.45 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$176.43
(8.6% Upside)
Sempra stock logo
SRE
Sempra
Utilities$163.46
+0.3%
22.93$51.38 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$166.40
(1.8% Upside)
Dominion Energy, Inc. stock logo
D
Dominion Energy
Utilities$61.53
+0.8%
22.05$51.27 billionHold
(Score: 2.14)
$75.08
(22.0% Upside)
Synopsys, Inc. stock logo
SNPS
Synopsys
Computer and Technology$332.64
-0.5%
50.48$50.86 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.77)
$404.54
(21.6% Upside)
VMware, Inc. stock logo
VMW
VMware
Computer and Technology$119.26
-0.1%
35.92$50.45 billionHold
(Score: 2.44)
$139.86
(17.3% Upside)
TC Energy Co. stock logo
TRP
TC Energy
Oils/Energy$49.26
+0.9%
19.47$49.85 billionHold
(Score: 2.10)
$67.00
(36.0% Upside)
General Mills, Inc. stock logo
GIS
General Mills
Consumer Staples$82.97
+0.2%
17.47$49.25 billionHold
(Score: 2.20)
$78.20
(-5.7% Downside)
American Electric Power Company, Inc. stock logo
AEP
American Electric Power
Utilities$95.47
+0.4%
19.77$49.06 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.75)
$99.60
(4.3% Upside)
Banco Santander, S.A. stock logo
SAN
Banco Santander
Finance$2.92
+2.5%
5.03$49.04 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$3.93
(34.7% Upside)
Vanguard Total Intl Stock Idx Fund stock logo
VXUS
Vanguard Total Intl Stock Idx Fund
$52.62
+0.2%
0.00$48.97 billionN/A
(Score: 0.00)
N/A
AutoZone, Inc. stock logo
AZO
AutoZone
Retail/Wholesale$2,562.12
+1.8%
21.80$48.63 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.81)
$2,407.13
(-6.0% Downside)
National Grid plc stock logo
NGG
National Grid
Utilities$61.70
+0.4%
0.00$48.18 billionHold
(Score: 2.33)
N/A
Centene Co. stock logo
CNC
Centene
Medical$84.86
+1.5%
24.74$48.05 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.76)
$98.68
(16.3% Upside)
Suncor Energy Inc. stock logo
SU
Suncor Energy
Oils/Energy$35.41
-0.9%
8.12$47.94 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.55)
$51.33
(45.0% Upside)
The Hershey Company stock logo
HSY
Hershey
Consumer Staples$233.76
+0.7%
30.52$47.94 billionHold
(Score: 2.41)
$229.00
(-2.0% Downside)
MercadoLibre, Inc. stock logo
MELI
MercadoLibre
Retail/Wholesale$951.57
-1.1%
177.20$47.86 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.90)
$1,317.00
(38.4% Upside)
Amphenol Co. stock logo
APH
Amphenol
Computer and Technology$80.34
+0.3%
26.96$47.81 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$84.56
(5.2% Upside)
Stellantis stock logo
STLA
Stellantis
Auto/Tires/Trucks$15.21
+1.1%
0.00$47.65 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.62)
$21.14
(39.0% Upside)
The Kraft Heinz Company stock logo
KHC
Kraft Heinz
Consumer Staples$38.90
39.69$47.65 billionHold
(Score: 2.36)
$40.75
(4.8% Upside)
Itaú Unibanco Holding S.A. stock logo
ITUB
Itaú Unibanco
Finance$4.86
+0.6%
8.68$47.63 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
$6.33
(30.3% Upside)
Constellation Brands, Inc. stock logo
STZ
Constellation Brands
Consumer Staples$257.49
+0.3%
830.64$47.50 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.85)
$279.43
(8.5% Upside)
Corteva, Inc. stock logo
CTVA
Corteva
Consumer Staples$66.33
+0.8%
35.47$47.39 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.80)
$71.93
(8.4% Upside)
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc. stock logo
SMFG
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
Finance$6.87
+2.2%
7.72$47.22 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
N/A
Edwards Lifesciences Co. stock logo
EW
Edwards Lifesciences
Medical$76.36
+0.6%
32.91$47.21 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.79)
$107.29
(40.5% Upside)
ING Groep stock logo
ING
ING Groep
Finance$12.04
+1.6%
11.92$46.96 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.75)
$13.87
(15.2% Upside)
Agilent Technologies, Inc. stock logo
A
Agilent Technologies
Computer and Technology$156.96
+1.0%
37.64$46.47 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.69)
$157.00
(0.0% Upside)
Shopify Inc. stock logo
SHOP
Shopify
Computer and Technology$36.79
+0.1%
-14.51$46.46 billionHold
(Score: 2.44)
$61.86
(68.1% Upside)
Cintas Co. stock logo
CTAS
Cintas
Industrial Products$456.27
+0.2%
38.25$46.33 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.67)
$440.70
(-3.4% Downside)
Snowflake Inc. stock logo
SNOW
Snowflake
Computer and Technology$144.72
-1.2%
-66.69$46.31 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.62)
$207.86
(43.6% Upside)
Roper Technologies, Inc. stock logo
ROP
Roper Technologies
Computer and Technology$436.38
+0.6%
16.03$46.28 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.57)
$494.33
(13.3% Upside)
Lululemon Athletica Inc. stock logo
LULU
Lululemon Athletica
Consumer Discretionary$361.16
+0.2%
42.29$46.05 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.76)
$400.74
(11.0% Upside)
FedEx Co. stock logo
FDX
FedEx
Transportation$176.70
+0.2%
13.05$45.98 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$207.16
(17.2% Upside)
Johnson Controls International plc stock logo
JCI
Johnson Controls International
Industrial Products$66.85
-0.1%
30.25$45.91 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.90)
$67.43
(0.9% Upside)
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. stock logo
CDNS
Cadence Design Systems
Computer and Technology$167.31
-0.1%
58.91$45.90 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.64)
$192.75
(15.2% Upside)
Ambev S.A. stock logo
ABEV
Ambev
Consumer Staples$2.91
-0.3%
18.19$45.80 billionBuy
(Score: 3.00)
N/A
Kimberly-Clark Co. stock logo
KMB
Kimberly-Clark
Consumer Staples$135.03
+0.8%
25.57$45.57 billionHold
(Score: 1.87)
$129.38
(-4.2% Downside)
Southern Copper Co. stock logo
SCCO
Southern Copper
Basic Materials$0.00
17.65$45.45 billionHold
(Score: 1.67)
$50.80
American International Group, Inc. stock logo
AIG
American International Group
Finance$61.08
+0.2%
3.63$45.38 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$63.20
(3.5% Upside)
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited stock logo
TAK
Takeda Pharmaceutical
Medical$14.58
+1.5%
27.00$45.21 billionModerate Buy
(Score: 2.50)
$24.00
(64.6% Upside)
Aflac Incorporated stock logo
AFL
Aflac
Finance$72.50
+0.7%
9.25$45.08 billionHold
(Score: 2.20)
$65.58
(-9.5% Downside)

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Many investors get a sense of satisfaction from evaluating their own stocks. However, if you’re new to investing, the thought of doing your own research can seem intimidating. 

In this piece, we'll give you a basic structure of how to evaluate a stock before buying it. We’ll also go over some common concepts and what to look for within those documents to help you understand how it all fits together. 

Stock evaluation refers to a reasoned and objective analysis of a company’s finances. This includes looking at current and past earnings reports, understanding the basics of a company's balance sheet as well as relevant financial ratios. Evaluating stocks also means understanding a company’s position within its sector. This can include knowing who the company competes with and how much market share it has.

Stock evaluation also requires you to consider your own investment objectives and risk tolerance. For example, if your portfolio consists of high-quality dividend-paying stocks, you shouldn’t waste time learning how to evaluate a stock of an unprofitable company with little-to-no revenue. Riskier stocks, on the other hand, might be right for growth-oriented investors willing to take on additional risk.  

Stock evaluation is also different for traders and investors. Traders are more concerned about short-term price movement in a stock (measured in days or weeks and sometimes just hours) and can include concepts such as uptrend gaining momentum. Therefore, a trader’s research falls into the area of technical analysis and involves looking at buying and selling signals. 

Some people say investing in stocks is like gambling. However, investing is more similar to a major purchase, like a house. When you buy a house, you take steps to give yourself every chance that the house and property will be worth more than what you paid for it when you sell it.

These steps might include: 

  1. Having a home inspection performed. 
  2. Doing an analysis of the market to make sure you’re not paying too much. 
  3. Understanding the area that you’re buying in to help ensure there are buyers for the house when you want to sell. 

You may encounter a similar thought process (although on a smaller scale) when making investment decisions. The saying “buy low, sell high” simply means you buy a stock today with the idea that it will be worth more when you want to sell it. That may be in one year, but more than likely, it’s in five years, 10 years and sometimes 20 or more years. 

You may hear about undervalued stocks or overvalued stocks, but how do analysts decide on the fair market value for a stock and a target price? They usually take a look at some common documents that publicly traded companies must provide by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). 

You can typically find these forms on investor relations pages of companies' websites. MarketBeat also provides many of these documents under the "financials" tab for an individual stock. For example, you can check out the financials for Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA)

Let's take a look at some other important documents and what to look for. 

Balance Sheet and Financials

Looking at a company’s balance sheet allows you to get an objective analysis of the company’s financial position. If you were seeking the advice of a financial advisor, the advisor would require you to furnish a list of all your assets and liabilities (debts). They do this to understand the current state of your finances and how that fits with your stated goals. 

In the same way, looking at a company’s balance sheet helps you understand the health of a business and whether or not it is growing. A certain amount of debt is expected and can even be healthy. However, if the company doesn't generate enough income to pay that debt, it can be a concern. This is particularly true when interest rates rise and the dollar doesn’t go as far. 

Form 10-Q

As part of a company’s earnings report, they are required to file a 10-Q form, an overview of the company’s performance and a comparison point for investors between previous quarters. The 10-Q contains relevant financial statements, commentary by management and any disclosure the company wishes to make relevant to that quarter. Companies must file the 10-Q 40 or 45 days after the end of the quarter. The 10-Q is not audited. 

Form 10-K

The 10-K form is more comprehensive than the 10-Q form. The SEC requires companies to file a 10-K annually. It contains significantly more detail than the 10-Q, including information about the company’s history and organizational structure. It is similar to an annual report sent to all shareholders but contains more detailed information since it summarizes an entire year. 

In addition to studying the company’s balance sheet, investors will frequently hear several ratios thrown around such as price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio and price-to-book (P/B) ratio. Take a look at a brief description of each and why they are important. 

Debt-to-Asset (D/A) Ratio 

The debt-to-asset ratio lets investors see the percentage of a company’s total assets that it paid for with borrowed money. This is a measure of how solvent a company is, which can be a key indicator of how likely it would be to fall into financial distress.

For example, if a company has a debt-to-asset ratio of 0.50%, that means that the company uses debt to finance 50% of its assets. That would mean the company’s equity financed the other 50%. 

Debt-to-Equity (D/E) Ratio

The debt-to-equity ratio is similar to the debt-to-asset ratio but uses total equity as its denominator as opposed to only total assets. This allows investors to have an understanding of how a company’s capital structure is based on debt and how much is based on equity financing. 

Earnings per Share (EPS) 

This ratio takes a company’s profit after subtracting taxes, bond interest and preferred stock payments and divides it by the number of outstanding common shares. A company’s EPS is typically referred to as the “bottom line” when a company delivers its earnings report. 

Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio

The price-to-earnings ratio is one of the most commonly cited ratios. It measures how much an investor will have to pay for $1 of a company’s earnings. To calculate the P/E ratio, investors divide the price of a stock by either its most recent earnings per share (trailing P/E) or by its predicted earnings (forward P/E). 

The P/E ratio is used to compare stocks, particularly those that are within the same sector. This is because some sectors, such as technology stocks, generally have higher P/E ratios on the expectation of larger earnings. 

Price-to-Sales (P/S) Ratio

The price-to-sales ratio is a measure of a stock’s relative value. To calculate the P/S ratio, investors will divide the company’s stock price by its latest annual sales per share. The conventional wisdom is that the lower the P/S ratio, the better value the stock has. Like the P/E ratio, this ratio should be compared with other stocks in a sector. 

Price-to-Earnings Growth (PEG) Ratio

One limitation to the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is that it is limited to a moment in time. That’s why some investors prefer the price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio. This is also referred to as the “price-to-earnings plus growth” ratio. The PEG ratio takes the P/E ratio and divides it by the anticipated growth rate of a company’s earnings over a specific time period. 

Price-to-Book Ratio

The price-to-book (P/B) ratio is a measure of how valuable a company would be if it had to be sold off today. In other words, if the company goes bankrupt, how much — if anything — could investors expect to receive for their investment? 

A company’s book value includes assets such as equipment, buildings and land plus anything else a company can sell for cash, including its stock and bond holdings. 

Return on Equity (ROE)

Return on equity (ROE) measures how efficiently a company uses its capital for investments to generate earnings growth. This is one of the key measures of profitability for an investor. The ratio calculates the company’s net income or profit in comparison to its shareholder equity. 

Dividend Yield

Investors interested in buying dividend stocks will want to pay attention to the company’s dividend yield. To calculate, divide the stock’s annual dividend by its stock price. However, because it is based somewhat on the company’s stock price, dividend yield by itself can be misleading. Investors should also consider how much of a dividend they will receive on an annual basis as well as consider the ability of the company to continue issuing — and even better — increasing its dividend amount. 

Knowing which financial metrics to look at and what they mean can help you evaluate a stock. But how do you know which stocks to evaluate or why? In this section, we’ll give you some tips for deciding which stocks to consider evaluating. 

Step 1: Have a game plan.

You know the saying: If you don’t know where you want to go, any road can get you there. Before you start evaluating stocks to buy you should understand your goals and investment style. It can start by answering questions like:

  • How much money will I be putting in? You may not have an exact figure in mind. But you should have a rough idea of how much money you plan to invest over time. Since most investors own many stocks, you’ll have to decide how much you’re willing to invest in any particular stock. Many online trading apps such as Webull and Robinhood allow investors to buy fractional shares. 
  • When will I need the money? The longer your timeframe, the less concerned you’ll likely be about daily or monthly price movement. 
  • What is my risk tolerance? Only you can answer this. You can start by asking how you would feel if your investments dropped 25% or more in one year. This is because many investors find they are more willing to accept risk when the market goes up. But stocks never move in one direction all the time. It’s always realistic to consider how you will react when stock prices are falling.
  • Am I looking for growth or income? This is not to say you can’t or shouldn’t have both in your portfolio. In fact, there’s a whole category of stocks that are labeled “growth and income” stocks. But you should ask yourself what your primary purpose for owning the stock will be. For example, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) pays a dividend. But it’s not really an income stock. It’s a growth stock that happens to pay a dividend. Similarly, a utility stock such as Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK) may provide you with some stock price appreciation. However, the stock is likely to underperform the market. However, you may want to invest because of the company’s dividend, which is historically one of the most generous in the utility sector.

Step 2: Narrow the field.

There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of publicly traded companies that can be good investments. However, for most individual investors, a portfolio of between 10 to 20 companies is considered optimal. That number allows you to diversify your portfolio without having too much exposure in one single sector. Consider these questions:

  • What do I know about? There’s something deceptively simple about buying stocks in areas in which you have expertise. This doesn’t mean that these are the only stocks you buy, but having an area of expertise may alert you to some great stocks that other investors may overlook. 
  • What do I know about the company? This question relates to the one above. In fact, this is a strategy often attributed to Warren Buffett. The Oracle of Omaha strongly believes in only buying stock in a company when you understand how they make their money and only if they offer a competitive advantage. 
  • What is the company’s management team like? Every quarter, most publicly traded companies host analysts and investors on a conference call to discuss quarterly earnings. Investors can hear the CEO speak and get a sense of his or her vision and outlook for the company. It’s also a good idea to look at the composition of the company’s board of directors. Specifically, you want to see people likely to provide the company with independent and possibly contrarian thinking. 
  • What do analysts say about the stock? Analysts give stock ratings. In general, a “buy rating,” or “outperform rating,” means the stock is likely to outperform the market. A sell rating, or an “underperform rating,” also sometimes called a “moderate sell,” means the stock is likely to underperform the market. A “hold” rating, or “neutral” rating means the stock is likely to perform in line with the market. Make sure you access legitimate ratings from reputable sites like MarketBeat.
  • Does the stock trade at a good volume? This is also known as liquidity. The idea is that you want to invest in the most active stocks. These stocks are easier to buy or sell because there is demand for the company’s shares. It doesn’t mean you can’t buy a share that trades on lower volume, but it may be tougher to buy or sell for the exact price targets you want. 

Step 3: Challenge your assumptions.

Ask yourself, “What market conditions would make me feel negatively about this company and its stock? How likely is that scenario to play out?”

It’s important to understand how a company makes money and how strong they are financially. Companies that operate from a position of financial strength carry much less risk than those still dependent on debt to finance their day-to-day operations. Both can be profitable stocks, but one may not fit your risk tolerance as well as the other. 

Step 4: Seek professional help.

The process of evaluating a stock is not based on some proprietary formula not available to individual investors. However, sometimes you don’t have time to evaluate stocks on your own  — you likely have a life and a job and simply may not have the time to perform the due diligence that you can.

Experienced professionals and brokerage firms can do the hard work of evaluating stocks for you. They can be a good resource when you’re too busy to do it yourself. Going back to the idea that investing in stocks is similar to buying a house, when most people buy a house, they use a realtor for their expertise. They know the market and have already performed a lot of research. More than likely, they have access to data unavailable to you.

In the same way, an investment advisor can do some of the legwork for you (for a fee, of course). But that may be money well spent if they guide you into profitable stocks (or mutual funds for ample diversification). Choose advisors who take a fiduciary position, which means they only profit when your portfolio does well. 

When you first try to analyze a stock or first learn how to evaluate stocks, you may still feel overwhelmed. That’s a good reason to lean on the tools that MarketBeat provides. On a stock’s profile page, we include many of the common metrics and ratios that we listed in this article. Now that you have an idea of what they mean, you can start to get a picture of what stocks you would like to buy within the overall market. 

Practice makes perfect. Before you commit money to a stock, consider putting it on your watchlist. It can help you make stock decisions that fit your investment strategy and risk tolerance. If it fits your needs, take the step of buying the stock. If it doesn’t, there are plenty of other stocks out there, just waiting to be discovered, guided by informed investing decisions.

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