I want to see the risk level of a specific stock such as Apple (AAPL) or Facebook (FB):
Use the Price and Risk Chart tool. By entering the stock symbol of your chosen company, along with a date range, you can see how the company’s risk level has risen or fallen over the past few years.
I want to see the risk levels of a whole portfolio of stocks:
Use the Portfolio Risk Table Report tool. If your portfolio is in table format, you can copy and paste the list of stock symbols into the dialog box called by the “Copy from Excel Table” button. Then just add the dates and you’ll be all set!
I know what stock I want to invest in, but I don’t know whether to buy, hold or sell that stock:
Equity Risk Sciences does not make “buy” or “sell” suggestions – our risk indicators only measure risk. However, you can use The Right Price™ or one of its derivatives (The Right Risks™, Select a Metric™, Compare 8 Metrics™) to check your company’s current risk rating and decide whether or not investing with that level of risk has been profitable or not in the past.
I’m looking for some new stocks to research – where can I screen for those?
Use the Present Screener tool. You can screen for stocks that meet a number of interesting criteria: market cap size, sector and industry, headquarters country, and of course by Price Risk, Financial Risk and Equity Risk.