How it works

Evaluating quality of securities with "stars"

The granting of "stars" is designed to allow you to identify quality stocks quickly and easily. A similar assessment is done for funds

Therefore, a stock can earn a maximum of four stars The lowest rating a stock can have is no stars

Global Assessment

A global assessment is designed to give a quick and simple estimate of stocks and investment funds. It combines financial and technical analyses (valuation, update profits, technical factors, and group reference indices) with sensitivity analysis. A better assessment of the individual parameters leads to a better global assessment

Earnings forecast for stock

This figure indicates the profit forecast for the stock. A positive number of 2.8 indicates that compared to a forecast from seven weeks ago, the analysts updated and raised their estimates in 2.8% profit per share, a negative number indicates that the profit forecast for the stock was updated downwards

Sensitivity

Developments in the price of a stock are generally volatile and contain high sensitivity that may end in full loss. Based on their historical behavior, stocks are categorized by sensitivity level. These sensitivity levels should be taken into account only in comparison with historical shares. Please note that even stocks with low sensitivity «Both stocks and therefore are in their nature an investment with high sensitivity that may lose all value, and that the performance of the past does not indicate present or future performance

» Sensitivity «is determined by measuring» The teddy Bear effect «and» The adverse news effect «against its reference index.
There are three levels of sensitivity levels:
Low sensitivity: The sensitivity metrics descend below the global attribution average.
Mild sensitivity: The tolerance indices are positioned higher than the global reference average, but lower than the standard deviation.
High Sensitivity: The sensitivity indices are at higher levels than the standard deviation.

The system provides financial information and data to help you identify investment ideas. However, we do not advise you or guide you about this, or what products to purchase or sell – these decisions are yours only.SDIS and the system are not subject to the series, and SDIS does not hold a license for investment consultancy, investment marketing or investment portfolio management under any law. The content provided on the system is independent and not based or tailored to your personal circumstances, To your needs or for your purposes, and should not be relied on as an estimate of profitability or the suitability of an investment in a particular stock for any purpose. Past performance is not a guarantee of present or future performance. Investments may lose its full value.