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Overall Rating: 1 High-Risk

Action to take: AVOID or SHORT
High-Risk stocks are expected to significantly underperform the market over the next 12 months. Short positions may capitalize on potentially negative price returns.
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Priced Based
Momentum
7
Size
62
Volatility
2
Fundamental Based
Value
22
Quality
5
Growth
9
Negative Factors (Bottom 20%)
Momentum: Stocks in downtrends and with significantly lagging momentum should be avoided.
Volatility: Stocks of the highest volatility typically underperform and pose unduly higher risk.
Quality: Stocks of the lowest quality are exposed to high operational and financial risk.
Growth: Stocks of the lowest-growth companies typically underperform the market.
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