These narrow-moat firms have positive moat trends and are run by exemplary stewards of capital.
These newly rated stocks all earn Morningstar economic moat ratings of narrow.
These stocks all enjoyed upgrades to their economic moat ratings last month.
These small companies are all trading in 1- and 2-star range.
These large companies lack economic moats and have negative moat trends--but we think they’re attractive nonetheless.
There were fewer opportunities as the third quarter ended.
Just because a company has been downgraded by Morningstar doesn't mean investors should sprint for the exits.
We recently brought these narrow-moat names under analyst coverage.
Two dozen wide- and narrow-moat small companies are undervalued, according to our metrics.
We upgraded the economic moat ratings of two stocks last month--and downgraded the ratings of two others.
The moats of these 14 large-cap companies may be wide, but they’re deteriorating.
These 15 wide- and narrow-moat names are significantly overvalued by our measures.
These wide-moat, large-cap names have staying power.
We think these wide-moat companies are poised to experience meaningful economic benefits in the future.
We raised our economic moat rating on two stocks and lowered it on two others in July.
These companies are all new to coverage during the past two months--plus, they earn narrow or wide Morningstar Economic Moat Ratings.
These wide-moat firms all earn Exemplary stewardship ratings and trade in 4- and 5-star range.
These stocks all experienced significant fair-value increases in June--and one enjoyed a moat boost, too.
These stocks carry sky-high price/earnings ratios, but we think they're actually undervalued.
These no-moat names are all up twice as much as the market this year, yet are trading in 4- and 5-star range.
These wide- and narrow-moat stocks are up more than twice as much as the market this year, yet remain undervalued by our metrics.
One stock graduated to narrow-moat status last month, while three others enjoyed fair value increases of 20% or more.
These high-quality names are resilient and undervalued.
These high-quality names are trading at 5-star levels.
These companies new to our coverage list all earn economic moat ratings of narrow or better.
These wide-moat, low-uncertainty names are reliable.
One stock achieved wide-moat status last month, while three others earned narrow moat ratings.
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These are the most undervalued stocks we cover with positive moat trends.
A dozen names in the sector earn positive moat trends—and two of the bunch are on sale.
We also upgraded two stocks to narrow-moat status last month. And the icing on the cake: Most of these names are undervalued by our metrics.
We’ve cut our fair value estimates on these stocks by more than 10%, but we still like the fundamentals of these companies--at the right price.
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These narrow- and wide-moat names are beating the market this year yet remain undervalued according to our metrics.
These wide-moat, low uncertainty names may be slightly overpriced today, but they should be on quality seekers’ watchlists.
These stocks enjoyed fair value increases in February. But are they worth buying today?
These companies may have what it takes to thrive in the future.
These undervalued names may not have moats today, but they're maintaining or growing their competitive positions.
Several cases can be made for buying what seem to be fairly valued high-quality stocks.
One new stock under coverage earned a narrow moat in January, while four other firms experienced fair value increases of more than 10%.
These low- and medium-uncertainty stocks are trading at the largest discounts to our fair value estimates.
These firms all have wide and narrow economic moats but earn poor stewardship ratings.
These wide-moat, low uncertainty names are trading in 4- and 5-star range.
One company was awarded a moat last month while a few others experienced fair value increases of 10% of more.
More than 50 stocks derive their wide moats from just one source. Is that a problem?
These wide- and narrow-moat stocks are each up more than 20% this year and are undervalued by our metrics.
These wide- and narrow-moat companies have all undergone fair value cuts of 10% or more, yet we think they're attractively priced.
We raised the economic moat ratings of two stocks last month and significantly increased our fair value estimates on 10 others.
These wide- and narrow-moat stocks moved into 4-star territory after Tuesday's market rout.