This week, these five stocks have the best ratings in Analyst Earnings Revisions, one of the eight Fundamental Categories on Portfolio Grader.
Entravision Communications (NYSE: EVC) conducts television, radio, outdoor, and publishing operations. EVC also gets an A in Earnings Surprises. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of EVC stock.
Mellanox Technologies (NASDAQ: MLNX) designs and develops semiconductor-based, high-performance interconnect products. MLNX also gets A’s in Earnings Growth, Earnings Momentum, Earnings Surprises, Operating Margin Growth, and Sales Growth. The price of MLNX is up 212% since the first of the year. This is better than the Nasdaq, which has seen a 17% increase over the same period. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of MLNX stock.
AG Mortgage Investment Trust Inc. (NYSE: MITT) focuses on investing, acquiring, and managing a portfolio of residential mortgage assets, and other real estate-related securities and financial assets. MITT also gets A’s in Earnings Surprises, Equity, and Cash Flow. The current dividend yield is 3.1%. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of MITT stock.
MetroPCS Communications (NYSE: PCS) is a wireless communications provider and offers broadband mobile services. PCS also gets A’s in Earnings Growth and Earnings Surprises. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of PCS stock.
Cray (NASDAQ: CRAY) designs, develops, manufactures, markets and services high performance computing systems, commonly known as supercomputers. CRAY gets A’s in Earnings Momentum, Earnings Surprises, Equity, Cash Flow, Operating Margin Growth, and Sales Growth as well. Since January 1, CRAY has jumped 92%. The stock’s current trailing PE Ratio is 2.7. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of CRAY stock.
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