A stock that scores a perfect 10 should be on every investor’s list of stocks to buy. Any company that receives full marks on quality, value, or growth are stocks I’d considering a perfect 10. For this article, I’m using StockRover’s stock screening tool, which screens for such qualities among a very large basket of companies.
That said, there’s a lot to like about most of the companies on this list. These stocks to buy tend to have strong profitability and balance sheets. Other companies that earned a strong growth score posted a strong five-year historical performance in this category. These companies also tend to have solid forward EBITDA estimates for both revenue and earnings.
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