The presented below ten names from the Technology sector were selected with a couple of criteria:

  • Piotroski F-Score (TTM)  > 6 (this measures the overall health of a company)
  • Altman Z-Score (TTM) > 1.8 (1.8 is a threshold below which a stock is believed to have 80% chances of bankruptcy within two years)
  • Mean analysts rating is > 4.0; in the ratings, 1 stands for Strong Sell and 5 means Strong Buy recommendation
  • The number of analysts that assessed the stock > 4

Presented is also the short ratio (Short %), which indicates the number of shares that investors sell short over the average daily volume of the stock.

Each numeric parameter is marked with a color: towards green if considered to be advantageous and towards red if below expectations.

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The presented below nineteen names from the Healthcare sector were selected with a couple of criteria:

  • Piotroski F-Score (TTM)  > 6 (this measures the overall health of a company)
  • Altman Z-Score (TTM) > 1.8 (1.8 is a threshold below which a stock is believed to have 80% chances of bankruptcy within two years)
  • Mean analysts rating is > 4.0; in the ratings, 1 stands for Strong Sell and 5 means Strong Buy recommendation
  • The number of analysts that assessed the stock > 4

Presented is also the short ratio (Short %), which indicates the number of shares that investors sell short over the average daily volume of the stock.

Each numeric parameter is marked with a color: towards green if considered to be advantageous and towards red if below expectations.

See some other screens from the investing-scientist, e.g.:

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The presented below thirteen names from the Basic Materials sector were selected with a couple of criteria:

  • Piotroski F-Score (TTM)  > 6 (this measures the overall health of a company)
  • Altman Z-Score (TTM) > 1.8 (1.8 is a threshold below which a stock is believed to have 80% chances of bankruptcy within two years)
  • Mean analysts rating is > 4.0; in the ratings, 1 stands for Strong Sell and 5 means Strong Buy recommendation
  • The number of analysts that assessed the stock > 4

Presented is also the short ratio (Short %), which indicates the number of shares that investors sell short over the average daily volume of the stock.

Each numeric parameter is marked with a color: towards green if considered to be advantageous and towards red if below expectations.

See some other screens from the investing-scientist, e.g.:

The calculations were done in Python using data purchased from eodhistoricaldata.com (this is a referral link: if you register, I might earn $5).

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These are sixteem/n names from NYSE and NASDAQ whose Altman Z-Score dropped recently, so that they are now in the so called Altman Distress Zone. A distress zone (Z < 1.8) means that a company has more than 80% of chances of bankruptcy in two years. The Altman Z-Scores were calculated for eight consecutive quarters, starting from the current one (Q1).

If you are unfamiliar with the Z-Score, its meaning and interpretation, here are some reads for you:

For  a listing of companies with nice and recently improved Z-Scores, see 18 healthy stocks that recovered from Altman Z-Score Distress Zone

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These are eighteen names from NYSE and NASDAQ that have significantly improved their Altman Z-Score, recovering from the so called distress zone to the green zone. A distress zone (Z < 1.8) means that a company has more than 80% of chances of bankruptcy in two years. The Altman Z-Scores were calculated for eight consecutive quarters, starting from the current one (Q1). When populating the list below, it was also required that Piotroski F-Score is 7 or higher, indicating rather healthy companies with quality of their fundamentals above average.

If you are unfamiliar with the Z-Score, its meaning and interpretation, here are some reads for you:

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These are 39 names from NYSE and NASDAQ that have high Piotroski F-Score (TTM) over the last eight quarters. In the table below provided are F-Scores for the consecutive quarters, starting from the recent one (Q1).

When identifying these companies, it was required that in 7 out of 8 most recent quarters the Piotroski F-Score was 7 or higher.

If you are not familiar with the score, its meaning and interpretation, here are some reads for you:

In short, the score helps to find healthy stocks with good fundamentals but it does not serve to find undervalued stocks. I’m using it to get long-term investment candidates, but further research is required!

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Here’s my selection of fifty stocks that scored lowest in my screening – for details see below. Briefly, for each stock from NYSE and NASDAQ for areas were assessed: Valuation (V), Profitability (P), Growth (G) and Health (H); then, the overall score (here: Score) was calculated and what you see below is an ordered list of worst scoring stocks.

A listing of top 50 stocks is available there.

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Here’s my selection of fifty stocks as of Sept 9th that scored highest in my recent screening – for details see below. Briefly, for each stock from NYSE and NASDAQ for areas were assessed: Valuation (V), Profitability (P), Growth (G) and Health (H); then, the overall score (here: Score) was calculated and what you see below is an ordered list of top stocks.

Compare with last week’s listing.

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Here’s my selection of fifty stocks that scored lowest in my screening – for details see below. Briefly, for each stock from NYSE and NASDAQ for areas were assessed: Valuation (V), Profitability (P), Growth (G) and Health (H); then, the overall score (here: Score) was calculated and what you see below is an ordered list of worst scoring stocks.

A listing of top 50 stocks is available there.

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Here’s my selection of fifty stocks that scored highest in my recent screening – for details see below. Briefly, for each stock from NYSE and NASDAQ for areas were assessed: Valuation (V), Profitability (P), Growth (G) and Health (H); then, the overall score (here: Score) was calculated and what you see below is an ordered list of top stocks.

Compare with last week’s listing.

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