Jitta Ranking would rank wonderful companies at a fair price not only based on Jitta Score but also Jitta Line to shows which stocks are the best investment opportunities right now. However, Jitta Ranking also takes into account recent business performance and would rank businesses with growth potential higher than businesses whose growths are slowing down. This is why you'll see stocks with a lower Jitta Score ranked higher than stocks with a higher Jitta Score. This doesn't necessarily mean that you wouldn't profit from buying high-Jitta-Score stocks. You just might profit more from stocks ranked higher on Jitta Ranking.
Articles in this section
- Why does Company B have a higher rank even though the Jitta Score of Company A is greater and the Jitta Line is quite similar?
- Can Jitta Ranking make real return or not?
- Invest Jitta Ranking listed in Library or in Explore by Country?
- What’s the difference between Jitta Ranking in Library and Explore by Country?
- Buying Jitta Ranking ending or beginning of year which is better?
- Between Rebalancing every 12 months and rebalancing every time Jitta Ranking is updated, which one has better return?
- Should we avoid cyclical stocks?
- When will Jitta Ranking be updated?
- How was the return by Jitta Ranking during the Hamburger crisis (2008)?
- How to invest based on Jitta Ranking?