The Skaffold Score is a benchmark rating that interprets the underlying fundamentals of every listed company.
Skaffold rates Quality A, B or C. Performance is rated 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. Combined, the Skaffold Score rates companies from A1 to C5. It examines growth and consistency of a company’s earnings, the level of debt and quality of cash flow to determine the likelihood of the company suffering a major liquidity event, such as bankruptcy. The Score also examines year-to-year changes in a company’s financial position and its ability to maintain that position.
The highest quality companies score an A and are green. B-rated companies are orange and companies rated C by Skaffold are red. Skaffold’s preferred Scores are A1, A2, B1 and B2.
Skaffold displays up to 10 years of Scores for each company. The Scores are based on past reported full year results and do not take into consideration future value forecasts.
Most listed companies report their full year results in February, with the remainder reporting in August. At these times the Scores of many companies may change.
Skaffold’s Scores are completely objective and manufactured independently of human intervention and personal opinion.
Skaffold is an exciting world-first stock-selection application that rates and values every ASX-listed company.
Not a member of Skaffold yet? Review 5 stocks of your choice FREE at skaffold.com.
STEP 1: Go to skaffold.com, click TRY NOW then type in your email address, first name and daytime phone number.
STEP 2: Type in the name or stock code of a company you'd like to TRY in Skaffold.
STEP 3: Repeat this process for up to 5 companies, then click START DEMO.
You'll see the entire stock market. Your 5 companies will be coloured. Click on your companies to open Fast Facts. Click the blue information icons to learn about Skaffold's features and watch instructional videos. To experience Skaffold's interface click the blue hand icons.
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