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Zacks #1 Rank Strong Buys

Zacks #1 Rank

The average yearly gain for Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) stocks is +23.96% per year since 1988.



Zacks #5 Rank

Earnings estimate revisions have triggered a sell signal on these Zacks #5 Rank Strong Sell stocks that have consistently underperformed Zacks #1 Rank Strong Buys.

Zacks Ranks

Mutual Fund Rank

The Zacks Mutual Fund Rank is a rating system that will help you find the best mutual funds to outperform the market. It is not just focused on past performance, but the likely future success of the fund. Learn more.

ETF Rank

The Zacks ETF Ranking system was designed specifically for Exchange-Traded Funds in order to help you pick the best product for your investing needs. Not only does this system take into account asset class forecasts, but it looks at several ETF specific factors, such as expense ratios and bid-ask spreads, to give investors a comprehensive account of a fund's investment profile. Learn more.

The Zacks Rank is Your Trading Advantage

S&P 500 vs. Zacks Rank
$372,248 S&P
$21,755,090 Zacks
Based on $10,000 initial investment. Results are from January 1, 1988 through October 2, 2023 and exclusive of fees, with monthly rebalancing. For more details, visit The S&P 500 index is produced by McGraw Hill.

In 1978, Zacks' Founder and CEO hit upon a key discovery: earnings estimate revisions are the most powerful force impacting stock prices. With this crucial finding, he developed the Zacks Rank to harness the power of earnings estimates.

For more than a quarter century, it has more than doubled the S&P 500 with an average gain of +23.96% per year. These returns cover a period from January 1, 1988 through October 2, 2023.

The Zacks Rank is a reliable tool that helps you trade with confidence regardless of your trading style and/or risk tolerance. To learn more about how you can use this proven system for market-beating gains, visit Zacks Rank Education.