These are the stocks in Barron’s this weekend, and their master quant rankings in our system . . .

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Note that many of these are on a Short-Term Sell Signals, and none have a score greater than 70. Given the macro tendencies of the Barron’s Roundtable, they may be early in the calls.

Hence, these are worth  watching over the next quarter for buying — but none are really actionable immediately.

Category: Quantitative

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4 Responses to “Barron’s Stocks”

  1. michael schumacher says:

    SBUX??? That’s quite a stretch…even for Barron’s.

    I also see that Dougie Kass wants everyone to buy financial stocks.

    See a pattern emerging here???

    Ciao
    MS

  2. Knowno says:

    Barry, just signed up for Fusion IQ recently. So far I love it. Looking forward to working it into all my trading decision.

    anyway, do you have this Barron’s spreadsheet available to download (or anywhere on the FIQ site?). I’d like to upload it onto a new watchlist on the fusion-iq site so I can follow through the half of the year.

    If not no worries, I’m just a little lazy today.

    No worries if not

  3. Barry Ritholtz says:

    Its a comma delimited series

    Just cut and paste the symbols into a new watchlist

    MBI, MDVN, WYN, CNET, BCO, FLWS, SBUX, FRED, ISLE, OPTV, PBY, MDVN, SBGI, TEX, TAC, FHN, ALDN, FDRY

  4. 2and20 says:

    i have no idea what the numbers in your chart mean. i’m guessing i’m not the only one??