Price CAGR 5y

The 5 Year Compound Annual Growth Rate measures the average / compound annualised growth of the share price over the past five years. It is calculated as Current Price divided by Old Price to the power of a 5th, multiplied by 100.

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Absolute Strength is to be contrasted with Relative Strength where the percentage change is calculated and compared to the market or some other standard index. There is evidence to suggest that adding absolute momentum criteria on top of a relative momentum strategy can improve results.

This is because, in bear markets, stocks with high relative strength may still have low or even negative absolute momentum. After all, all a stock needs to do to have high relative strength is to perform a little better than everything else. Adding some absolute momentum criteria therefore, such as requiring that absolute momentum is positive, may be a useful addition to a momentum strategy.

Along with Dividends, the price performance is the other key component to determining Total Shareholder Return.

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The 5 highest Price CAGR Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Price CAGR StockRank
PNK:EOSSD EOS Inc 688.61 62
PNK:LBTI Lithium & Boron Technology Inc 584.26 61
PNK:LVPA Lvpal 564.95 70
NSQ:BRY Berry (Bry) 474.35 53
PNK:GCEH Global Clean Energy Holdings Inc 382.65 76
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