We’ve been working on some more upgrades, and today, we are proud to announce the Piotroski Scores. The Piotroski Score is a set of fundamental tests originally created to determine whether a value stock is a trading at a low price for a reason, or if it is a good value stock to buy. In his research, Joseph Piotroski, the author of this system, found that value stocks with high scores outperformed all value stocks by 7.5% a year.
The Piotroski score for any single stock can be accessed from the stock’s page, just like the stock rating or dividend rating. (example: Google) We also created a page describing the scoring system in detail. As with our stock ratings, the individual scores are available to anyone, but the sortable rankings of stocks are not. Premium members can access the full rankings, while basic members can view those for mega-cap stocks and the Dow.