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Morningstar Stock Screen by Rating

Morningstar Stock Screen

Zack's screen is easy to use and quite flexible.

Quicken Stock Screen

Stockpoint stock screen with the option of selecting price moves for various periods of time.


Zack's #1 ranked stocks for timeliness

How Zack's rankings are developed

The Zacks Rank is based on four factors:

Extent to which all brokerage analysts are revising their EPS estimates in the same direction.

Size of recent changes in current fiscal year and next fiscal year consensus estimates.

Deviation between the most accurate EPS estimates and the consensus.

Based on the last few quarterly EPS surprises. The more often the company has posted a positive surprise in the past, the more likely they are to surprise in the future (and visa versa).

Barchart top 100 ranked stocks. Each is rated on a scale of 1-100.

Also shown is yesterday's, last week's, and last month's ratings.

Cnet top 25 momentum stocks rated by number of analysts following stocks.

The premise behind the Momentum Ratings is simple: the more analysts that cover a stock (within the past 60 days), the more clients that will follow their recommendations. The more clients in any single stock, the more money fueling that issue's advance.

msn listing of hot and cold parts of the market.

Click on a hot segment and top rated companies will be listed in that segment.

EquityTrader screens based on their rating system for stocks.


Small Cap Center screen using a financials, candlesticks, and numerical ratings.


Biggest daily money inflows and outflows


Smart Money publishes the results of a different screen every week. These are good screens and contain some good stock ideas.

DOH Weekly Stock Screen.

Two hundred of the largest companies in the U.S. stock market are reviewed on a monthly basis by Each company has been analyzed and graded (A-E, A=Excellent, E=Poor) over three specific areas relative to the other companies in the list. The three areas are:

1. Growth Prospects: the long term prospects the company has in the future
2. Relative Strength: the relative strength of the stock's recent performance
3. Valuation: the value of the company based on future pe to growth rate estimates

Louis Navellier's

PortfolioGrader is a dynamic online stock-grading system based on Louis Navellier's investment research. Over 5,000 stocks are rated each week with A-F letter grades. 
The portfolio evaluation is divided into two parts the Navellier Proprietary Quantitative Grade (red column) and the Overall Fundamental Grade (yellow column). These are averaged to determine each stock's Total Stock Grade (green column).

The Navellier Proprietary Quantitative Grade is based on Louis Navellier's specially designed formula that measures how well a stock is performing relative to its risk. The Overall Fundamental Grade is based on eight fundamental variables.

  1. Sales Growth how quickly are the company's sales growing
  2. Operating Margin Growth is the company managing its expenses.
  3. Earnings Growth how rapidly are its profits growing
  4. Earnings Revisions are analysts raising or lowering their forecasts.
  5. Earnings Surprises is the company beating Wall Street's forecasts.
  6. Earnings Momentum is the rate of profit growth increasing.
  7. Return-On-Equity how efficiently is the company using its resources
  8. Cash Flow how much cash is the business generating.

According to Louis Navellier's system, a stock with a Total Stock Grade of "A" or "B" is rated as a Buy. Stocks rated "C" are Holds. All stocks rated "D" or "F" are immediate Sells. The grades are updated every Monday morning

Over the past few years, A-rated stocks have been the best-performing stocks on Wall Street. For the five-year period from September 1997 to September 2002, A-rated stocks, as a group, nearly doubled their value, while the S&P 500 slightly lost money. D- and F-rated stocks have performed the worst, losing nearly half their value.