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Chaikin Power Gauge Performance
Factor Reference

The Chaikin Power Gauge stock rating combines 20 fundamental & technical factors

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Marc Chaikin took his forty years of experience as a Wall Street insider and built the Chaikin Power Gauge stock rating.

Culled from over 200 factors, the Chaikin Power Gauge combines 20 of the most important factors, analyzed and distilled into a simple rating: green for bullish, red for bearish. 

It is unbiased. It is unemotional.

Financial Factors:

Long-Term Debt to Equity

Total long-term debt divided by total common equity, for the latest quarter.

Price to Book

The ratio of a stock’s current price divided by its book value per share, as of the latest quarter.

Return on Equity

Income available to common stockholders as a percentage of total common equity for the past 12 months.

Price to Sales

The ratio of a stock’s Market Cap plus long-term debt divided by sales, over the past 12 months.

Free Cash Flow

A stock’s net free cash flow relative to its Market Cap for the latest quarter.

Financial Factors:

Long-Term Debt to Equity

Total long-term debt divided by total common equity, for the latest quarter.

Price to Book

The ratio of a stock’s current price divided by its book value per share, as of the latest quarter.

Return on Equity

Income available to common stockholders as a percentage of total common equity for the past 12 months.

Price to Sales

The ratio of a stock’s Market Cap plus long-term debt divided by sales, over the past 12 months.

Free Cash Flow

A stock’s net free cash flow relative to its Market Cap for the latest quarter.

Earnings Factors:

Earnings Growth

The weighted average of the last 3 to 5 years growth in EPS.

Earnings Surprise

The weighted average of recent quarterly EPS surprises.

Earnings Trend

The EPS percentage change over the trailing 12 months.

Projected Price/ Earnings Ratio

The ratio of a stock’s current price divided by its earnings per share, as of the latest quarter.

Earnings Consistency

The consistency of EPS over recent and projected fiscal years.

Earnings Factors:

Earnings Growth

The weighted average of the last 3 to 5 years growth in EPS.

Earnings Surprise

The weighted average of recent quarterly EPS surprises.

Earnings Trend

The EPS percentage change over the trailing 12 months.

Projected Price/ Earnings Ratio

The ratio of a stock’s current price divided by its earnings per share, as of the latest quarter.

Earnings Consistency

The consistency of EPS over recent and projected fiscal years.

Technical Factors:

Relative Strength
vs Market

A stock’s six-month price performance versus the S&P500.

Chaikin Money Flow

CMF Is a proprietary technical indicator that calculates the buying pressure or selling pressure for a stock.

Price Strength

The ratio of a stock’s closing price to its 200-day exponential average (DEMA).

Price Trend ROC

The 42-day change in divergence from the stocks 200-day exponential average (DEMA).

Volume Trend

The ratio of a stock’s 30-day versus its 90-day average volume.

Technical Factors:

Relative Strength
vs Market

A stock’s six-month price performance versus the S&P500.

Chaikin Money Flow

CMF Is a proprietary technical indicator that calculates the buying pressure or selling pressure for a stock.

Price Strength

The ratio of a stock’s closing price to its 200-day exponential average (DEMA).

Price Trend ROC

The 42-day change in divergence from the stocks 200-day exponential average (DEMA).

Volume Trend

The ratio of a stock’s 30-day versus its 90-day average volume.

Expert Factors:

Analyst Estimate Trend

13-week change, mean analyst EPS estimate for the next fiscal year.

Short Interest

Percentage of a stock’s outstanding shares that investors have sold short but not yet covered or closed out.

Insider Activity

The net shares of a stock purchased by company insiders over the past six months.

Analyst Ratings

The four-week change in a stock’s average analyst rating.

Industry Relative Strength

The six-month performance of a stock’s industry versus the market.

Expert Factors:

Analyst Estimate Trend

13-week change, mean analyst EPS estimate for the next fiscal year.

Short Interest

Percentage of a stock’s outstanding shares that investors have sold short but not yet covered or closed out.

Insider Activity

The net shares of a stock purchased by company insiders over the past six months.

Analyst Ratings

The four-week change in a stock’s average analyst rating.

Industry Relative Strength

The six-month performance of a stock’s industry versus the market.
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