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The StockScouter rating system gives every stock a grade from 1 to 10 to help you assess its potential for outperformance.

STOCK SCOUTER

StockScouter rates stocks from 1 to 10, with 10 being the best, using a system of advanced mathematics to determine a stock's expected risk and return. Ratings are displayed on a bell curve, meaning there will be fewer ratings of 1 and 10 and far more of 4 through 7.

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[BRIEFING.COM] Equity indices continue trading near their flat lines after erasing their opening losses. The S&P 500 (+0.2%) reclaimed its four-point loss during the initial 30 minutes of action, but the early run has turned into a sideways drift.

Eight of ten sectors display gains with the countercyclical utilities sector (+1.0%) in the lead. The group has extended this week' gain to 1.3%, which puts it a little behind the energy sector (+0.9%). The growth-sensitive group has padded ... More


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