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Financial Scores

Use the Financial Scores screener as part of your due diligence and fundamental analysis when determining if you want to add a company to your portfolio or not. In addition to the scores, the screener presents some core fundamental financial numbers detailed below.

Data Dictionary

Altman Z-Score

A credit-strength test that gauges a publicly traded manufacturing company's likelihood of bankruptcy, >= 3 is good and < 1.8 is bad.

Piotroski Score

Helps identify the best value stocks. 9 is the best and 0 is the worst.

Working Capital

Total Assets

Retained Earnings


Earnings before Interest and Taxes

Market Capitalization (Mkt Cap.)

Total Liabilities