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Green Zone Power Rating: 82 Strong Bullish

Strong Bullish stocks are expected to outperform the market by 3X over the next 12 months.
82
Price Based
Momentum
61
Size
0
Volatility
82
Fundamental Based
Value
84
Quality
94
Growth
67
Positive Factors (Top 20%)
Volatility: Low-volatility stocks tends to outperform high-volatility stocks.
Value: Low-valuation stocks tend to outperform high-valuation stocks.
Quality: High-quality stocks tend to outperform low-quality stocks.
Negative Factors (Bottom 20%)
Size: Stocks of the largest companies tend to lag the returns of otherwise equally-rated smaller companies.
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