We have updated a number of our most popular Watchlists. Each Watchlist contains an interesting set of tickers. They form a good starting point from which some promising investment candidates can be developed. Any of these Watchlists can easily be imported into your Stock Rover account from the Stock Rover Investor’s Library as shown in the screenshot below.
The updated Watchlists along with a brief description of each Watchlist are listed below. The first section contains Watchlists consisting of stocks. The second (smaller) section are Watchlists that contain ETFs.
The 25 fastest growing S&P 500 companies by revenue growth, looking at a weighted average of the revenue growth rates for the 1 year period through the 10 year period. As of July 4th 2021.
The 25 fastest growing S&P 500 companies by dividend growth, looking at a weighted average of the dividend growth rates for the 1 year period through the 10 year period. As of July 4th 2021.
The Top 25 S&P 500 Performers of 2021 over the first half of the year.
The Worst 25 S&P 500 Performers of 2021 over the first half of the year.
The 10 highest yielding dividend stocks in the Dow Jones 30, otherwise known as the Dogs of the Dow. As of July 4th, 2021.
The 5 largest stocks in the Dow 30 by market cap as of July 4th 2021.
Twenty of the largest MLPs (Master Limited Partnerships) by market cap as of July 4th, 2021.
Fifteen of the largest REITs by market cap as of July 4th, 2021.
The stocks on this watchlist were found with the Novy-Marx Quality screener, which looks for quality stocks as measured by gross profits over total assets, momentum as measured by 1 year price change and value as measured by low price to book ratios. This screener also filters out stocks with very low market caps and trading volumes. These were the top 50 stocks returned when the screener was run on July 4th, 2021.
The Top 25 ETFs by Market Cap as of June 29th, 2021.
The Top 25 ETFs by trailing three month average daily shares traded as of July 4th, 2021.
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