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Last update: Nov 27, 2023
Growth investors are looking for stocks showing high revenue and EPS growth. We will have a look here to see if PALO ALTO NETWORKS INC (NASDAQ:PANW) is suited for growth investing. Investors should of course do their own research, but we spotted PALO ALTO NETWORKS INC showing up in our Louis Navellier growth screen, so it may be worth spending some more time on it.
Every day ChartMill assigns a Fundamental Rating to every stock. The score ranges from 0 to 10 and is determined by evaluating multiple fundamental indicators and properties.
PANW gets a fundamental rating of 6 out of 10. The analysis compared the fundamentals against 280 industry peers in the Software industry. PANW has only an average score on both its financial health and profitability. PANW is showing excellent growth while it is valued at reasonable prices. Keep and eye on this one! These ratings would make PANW suitable for growth investing!
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PALO ALTO NETWORKS INC
NASDAQ:PANW (2/21/2024, 7:00:12 PM)After market: 268.4 +6.43 (+2.45%)
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