Magic Formula Ranking as Percentile

What is the definition of Magic Formula Rank %?

This is Stockopedia's version of Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula expressed as a perhaps more understandable percentile ranking where zero is worst and 100 is best. For example if you wanted to screen for the 10% best ranking stocks in the market you would set:

Magic Formula Rank % > 90


Stockopedia explains Magic Formula Rank %...

Stockopedia publishes a Magic Formula screen. You can learn more about the Magic Formula in this article and also in our Magic Formula FAQ.


Which Guru Screens is Magic Formula Rank % used in?

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  • Apple (AAPL)

  • Shell (RDSA)

  • Twitter (TWTR)

  • Volkswagon AG (VOK)

  • McDonalds (MCD)

  • Vodafone (VOD)

  • Barratt Homes (BDEV)

  • Microsoft (MSFT)

  • Tesco (TSCO)
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