Moneylife Stockgraders
Moneylife Digital Team 02 July 2022
Guidelines 
 
1. The Grader captures the first two of the three intrinsic factors that drive a stock: valuation, returns and growth. Since growth is volatile and difficult to capture through a metric, we have used only the first two factors. In place of growth, we have provided long-term price trend. 
 
2. In this system, A is a higher rank than B and so on. Since, in valuation lower is better,...
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