Rules of thumb for stock report metrics?

Friday, Jul 05 2019 by
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The video here . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h09vKwhM8Lg . is very good, but are there any rules of thumb for the metrics here https://ibb.co/r0Ljs2z . How do I know what is good/acceptable/bad?

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Nick Ray 5th Jul 1 of 1

Look at the boxes on the right which are a visual representation of the "rank".

If the box is more than half filled and coloured green then the stock's metric is better than 50% of the stocks in that universe (either industry or market.)

If it is yellow or red then it is worse than 50% of the stocks in that universe.

It is very handy quick visual check of where the stock stands on a range of metrics.

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