4 UPGRADED Stocks to Ride the Q4 Rally

The market is in an interesting place. We have very strong price action with the market melting up and the Russell 2000 (IWM) leading. This is despite expectations that the market would see some selling due to the upcoming election, failure to reach an agreement on a stimulus package, and rising coronavirus case counts…

This type of market action implies that the bad news has already been discounted. Under these conditions, traders and investors should look to buy fundamentally sound stocks. Our POWR Ratings can help you identify these stocks.

Let’s take a look at four of the more intriguing POWR Rating upgrades: NVR (NVR), Masimo (MASI), NeoGenomics (NEO), and Workiva (WK).


Building and selling homes, condos, and townhouses are one of the better ways to make money in 2020. This is NVR’s business. With homes selling like gangbusters, NVR is raking in the cash. The company’s homes are mainly built on a pre-sold basis. NVR also has a mortgage banking service and title service business.

Chances are you have seen NVR operating under the moniker of Ryan Homes, Heartland Homes, and/or NVHomes. The POWR Ratings show NVR has A grades in the Buy & Hold and Trade grade components. The stock is ranked 12th of 21 in the Homebuilders space. Home construction in the United States was up more than 22% this summer. Building permit applications are up nearly 20% from June. This is the perfect time to own homebuilder stocks such as NVR.

Masimo (MASI)

Health monitoring systems have quickly advanced, proving capable of accurately measuring everything from pulse rate to blood oxygen saturation levels. MASI makes such systems. The company’s systems also monitor blood constituency including total hemoglobin, breathing, and brain activity.

MASI has A grades in each POWR Rating component. The stock is ranked in the top 25 of 140 in the Medical – Devices & Equipment category. Of the seven analysts who have studied MASI…

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