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Overall Rating: 93 Strong Bullish

Action to take: BUY
Strong Bullish stocks are expected to outperform the market by 3X over the next 12 months.
93
Priced Based
Momentum
82
Size
27
Volatility
46
Fundamental Based
Value
90
Quality
99
Growth
100
Positive Factors (Top 20%)
Momentum: Strong-momentum stocks tend to outperform weak-momentum stocks.
Value: Low-valuation stocks tend to outperform high-valuation stocks.
Quality: High-quality stocks tend to outperform low-quality stocks.
Growth: High-growth stocks tend to outperform low-growth stocks.
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