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Last update: Sep 18, 2023
In this article we will dive into World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE) as a possible candidate for growth investing. Investors should always do their own research, but we noticed World Wrestling Entertainment showing up in our CANSLIM growth screen, which makes it worth to investigate a bit more.
Every day, ChartMill assigns a Technical Rating to each stock, providing a score ranging from 0 to 10. This rating is determined by evaluating various technical indicators and properties.
Taking everything into account, WWE scores 3 out of 10 in our technical rating. Although WWE is scoring some points because its good overall performance in the market in the past year, recent evolutions are not that positive. Both the medium and short term picture give negative signs.
For an up to date full technical analysis you can check the technical report of WWE
ChartMill utilizes a proprietary algorithm to assign a Fundamental Rating to every stock. This rating, ranging from 0 to 10, is computed daily by analyzing a variety of fundamental indicators and properties.
Taking everything into account, WWE scores 7 out of 10 in our fundamental rating. WWE was compared to 75 industry peers in the Entertainment industry. Both the health and profitability get an excellent rating, making WWE a very profitable company, without any liquidiy or solvency issues. WWE is not valued too expensively and it also shows a decent growth rate. With these ratings, WWE could be worth investigating further for quality investing!.
Check the latest full fundamental report of WWE for a complete fundamental analysis.
More ideas for growth investing can be found on ChartMill in our CANSLIM screen.
This is not investing advice! The article highlights some of the observations at the time of writing, but you should always make your own analysis and invest based on your own insights.
World Wrestling Entertainment
NYSE:WWE (9/11/2023, 7:04:00 PM)After market: 100.65 0 (0%)
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