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Valuation table - Indices

Stock index Index-related info Distribution of X-FIN ratings
Current
value
Intrinsic
value
Up/down
pot'l, %
Stocks
rated
Rated
buy
Rated
sell
Rated
hold
Most
undervalued
Most
overvalued
 USA Dow Jones Industrial Avg 23377 20067
-14
28 14% 43% 43% TRV, GS, V, CSCO MCD, XOM, CVX, BA
 USA S&P 500 Index 2575 2602
+1
454 29% 48% 23% MU, WDC, ALK, ICE YUM, CHK, DVN, FMC
 USA S&P 400 Midcap Index 1835 1733
-6
338 27% 60% 13% TECD, IDCC, GNW, DBD CC, ENR, TIME, AMD
 USA S&P 600 Smallcap Index 912 991
+9
509 29% 54% 16% AXL, SVU, SLCA, VECO SPXC, SGMS, TGI, AKS
 USA S&P 100 Index 1137 1116
-2
90 24% 36% 40% ABT, BLK, MET, CVS MCD, OXY, XOM, CL
 Canada S&P/TSX Composite 16026 17945
+12
210 27% 63% 10% SCL, EFX, BBU-UN, AQN BBD-B, PLI, CEU, TRP

Valuation table - Sectors

Sector Average stock up/down
potential, %
Distribution of X-FIN ratings
Stocks
rated
Rated
buy
Rated
sell
Rated
hold
Most
undervalued
Most
overvalued
  Energy
-31
301 17% 76% 6% NGL, RCON, BPT, TGS CHK, LGCY, CGG, PED
  Basic Materials
-26
220 17% 71% 12% WLKP, SLCA, SBGL, IOSP CSTM, AMRS, CC, AKS
  Industrials
-2
557 29% 54% 17% INTT, TOPS, RILY, MTZ EVRI, YRCW, ENR, ENPH
  Cyclical Consumer Goods
+2
507 31% 51% 17% TECD, CALI, AXL, KGJI CMLS, RAVE, BBRG, SHLD
  Non-Cyclical Cons. Goods
-3
185 28% 58% 15% CRESY, SVU, MLP, AGRO REED, WTW, RIBT, LOV
  Healthcare
-37
418 16% 74% 10% EVH, PDLI, UG, MGLN HALO, NKTR, NEOS, BIOS
  Technology
-12
517 23% 62% 15% LIVE, MU, IDCC, TCX DTRM, WK, BNFT, INAP
  Telecommunications
+4
67 34% 54% 12% WPCS, NTL, FTR, IGLD GNCMA, GLOW, I, WIFI
  Utilities
-2
99 25% 62% 13% SPKE, EDN, PAM, SJI NRG, NFG, OGS, TERP
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