Course 406: Using Morningstar's Rating for Stocks
The Bottom Line
In this course
1 Introduction
2 What Is Fair Value?
3 How Do We Assign Stars?
4 What Causes a Star Rating to Change?
5 A Different Valuation Approach&
6 The Bottom Line

Above all, keep in mind that true investing means buying a stake in a superior business at a discounted price and allowing that business to compound in value over a long period of time. It isn't hopping on the latest hot concept hoping for a quick profit. That's why the Morningstar Rating for stocks does not attempt to prognosticate short-term price movements or momentum. We believe that the long-term value of a stock is tied to how much value the company generates for its shareholders.

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