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These wide-moat companies have positive moat trends and exemplary capital allocation ratings.
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We think these holdings are bargains.
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These heavily weighted names in the Morningstar US Dividend Growth Index are all at least 20% undervalued.
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We’ve recently updated our fair value estimates on four of the five names.
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These newly rated stocks all earn Morningstar economic moat ratings of narrow or wide.
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Here's a peek at the most undervalued constituents of the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index--as well as names that have been added and cut.
These highly rated mutual funds and ETFs may provide varying degrees of shelter, but buyer beware.
We think these companies are well positioned to benefit from one of five key trends during the next decade.
Walk away from these richly trading no-moat names with negative moat trends.
These undervalued wide-moat stocks earn low uncertainty ratings.
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We think these holdings look undervalued.
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These firms all have wide and narrow economic moats but earn poor stewardship ratings.
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These undervalued wide- and narrow-moat names were recently added to the Morningstar Global ex-U.S. Moat Focus Index.
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We expect these high yielders to sustain their dividends in the future. Plus, they're cheap.
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These high-quality names were recently added to the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index.
These wide-moat firms all earn Exemplary stewardship ratings and trade in 4- and 5-star range.
These names from the Morningstar Exponential Technologies Index are trading at 4- and 5-star levels.
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These small-company-focused mutual funds and ETFs all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Gold.
These stocks are all extremely overvalued by our standards--and carry a good deal of uncertainty, too.
These quality stocks have gained more than 15% in the last three months yet still look undervalued to us.
These names are among the cheapest in our coverage universe--and they’re growing their competitive advantages.
Our data suggests that valuations have tightened and that stocks are less attractive today than they were two months ago.
We've cut our economic moat ratings on these notable names.
These stocks are all undervalued according to our metrics.
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These consumer names are undervalued according to our metrics.
We recently upgraded Morningstar Economic Moat Ratings on these companies.
The stocks of these wide- and narrow-moat companies providing “essential” services are trading at discounts to their fair value estimates.