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Zacks #1 Rank Uptrends

Stocks with a Zacks Rank #1, Strong Buy, with upward price momentum, market beating relative price strength, trading in the top third of their 52-week price range.

Zacks #1 Rank New Highs

Stocks making new highs have a tendency of making even higher highs, especially when they are a Zacks Rank #1 with upward earnings estimate revisions.

Recent Price Strength

This screen looks for stocks trading in the upper range of their 52-week highs, along with an attractive Zacks Rank and Average Broker Rating, proving that the "trend is your friend".

Growth And Dividend Income And The Zacks Rank

Zacks Rank stocks plus something extra. The only thing better than a stock going up is a stock going up that pays you a dividend as well. Get those stocks with this screen.

Growth And Income

This screen looks for stocks that are paying dividend yields of greater than 8%, along with other attractive fundamentals. This lower risk approach has a history of outperforming the S&P 500.

Growth And Value Stocks Plus Zacks #1 Rank

No need to choose between growth or value with this screen -- you can have them both and the Zacks #1 Rank. You’ll never settle for just one or the other again.

Zacks #1 Rank Small Cap Stocks

Small-Cap stocks have proven to be some of the best performing stocks. Add the track record of the Zacks #1 Rank to it and start trading small-caps with a level of confidence you never had before.

Low Priced Stocks

Looking for stocks priced below $20? How about stocks with discount valuations and a positive trend in earnings estimates revisions? They may be low priced now, but they won’t be for long.

Upgrades And Revisions

This screen focuses on broker rating upgrades, EPS revisions, and of course, the Zacks Rank. These powerful indicators can have a dramatic impact on the short-term performance of any stock.

Earnings And Margins

Earnings are the single most important metric for a company. Combine that with a healthy profit margin and you have the ingredients for a great company with more earnings going to the bottom line.

Zacks #1 Rank Growth Stocks

Zacks #1 Rank, Strong Buys, with a minimum 20% historical growth rate and a 20% or more projected growth rate. Big growth, past and present, for big returns.

EPS Growth, Estimate Revisions, And Positive Surprises

Top Zacks #1 Rank growth stocks with upward earnings estimate revisions and positive surprises that are poised to outperform. See if these earnings all-stars are right for your portfolio.

Upgraded Broker Ratings And Zacks Rank #1's

The only thing better than a broker rating upgrade is a broker rating upgrade and a Zacks #1 Rank. Find out which stocks are topping the list of both the Zacks Rank and the brokers.

Undervalued Zacks #1 Rank Stocks

Undervalued stocks with a Zacks #1 Rank don't stay undervalued for long. This screen puts them on your radar screen so you can take action before the rest of the crowd does.

Classic Value With Zacks #1 And #2 Rank Stocks

Classic value style stocks using P/E, Price to Sales, Price to Cash Flow, Price to Book and the PEG ratio -- all applied to the Zacks Rank 1's and 2's, Strong Buys and Buys.

Discount Fundamental Strength

This screen identifies stocks with strong underlying fundamentals and low valuations, along with solid balance sheets, and a history of profitability that are reasonably priced.

High Rank Value

Many value investors look for stocks with low P/E’s and low P/B’s. Unfortunately, not all value stocks are bargains. By requiring them to also have a top Zacks Rank, you now have a list true bargains.

Return On Equity

The ROE can tell you if a company is creating assets or gobbling up investor's cash. This is one of the best indicators of management's ability to generate profits for the company (and your stock).

PEG

If you like to use a company's P/E ratio to determine its value, you'll love using the PEG ratio. Find out which companies offer the greatest value in regard to their growth rate for stellar returns.

Zacks Recommendation has been removed. Learn more

Due to overwhelming customer feedback we have removed the Zacks Recommendation. Unfortunately, having two separate rating systems proved far too confusing to most investors. Going forward we will just focus on the Zacks Rank which has a longer and more impressive track record of outperformance. Even though the Zacks Rank is primarily used for stock trading in a 1-3 month time frame, it also can be very helpful for long term investors. To learn more about using the Zacks Rank for long term investing, click here.