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Top 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I log in?

    Simply click on for the Login Button in the upper left hand corner of the page.

    • If you are a member to one of Louis Navellier's subscription services, you can log in using your personal Username and Password.
    • If you are a new visitor, be sure to Sign Up Free to receive your personal login.
  • How do I save a portfolio?

    You must be logged in to save a portfolio. Once you've logged in, simply fill in the "Name this portfolio box" and click on the Save As button. Your portfolio will be saved under the My Portfolio section for easy access anytime.

  • How do I edit a portfolio?

    You can add, delete, even, rename your portfolio at any time by clicking on the Edit/Add button found next to your Total Portfolio Grade.

  • How is the Total Grade calculated?

    The Total Grade is calculated from a blend of the Quantitative Grade and the Fundamental Grade. The Total Grade indicates Louis Navellier's current buy, sell or hold recommendation.

  • How is the Fundamental Grade calculated?

    The Fundamental Grade is calculated from a weighted blend of eight fundamental variables: Operating Margin Growth, Sales Growth, Earnings Growth, Earnings Momentum, Earnings Surprises, Analyst Earnings Revisions, Cash Flow and Return on Equity. Be sure to view the Stock Report of any graded stock to see the grades assigned for each of these eight variables. TIP: Looking for the definitions of these variables? Simply scroll over those listed in the Stock Report for the definitions to appear.

  • How is the Quantitative Grade calculated?

    The Quantitative Grade is a proprietary quantitative measure. This quantitative measure is the most powerful variable in the Navellier stock-rating formula. It indicates the current level of buying pressure.

  • What do I do if my portfolio gets a failing grade?

    Do your homework. Only by getting rid of the D and F-rated stocks in your portfolio and adding more A and B-rated stocks will you be able to improve your Total Portfolio Grade. This Week's Stock Lists are a great place to begin your homework.sign up for a risk-free trial to one of Louis Navellier's subscription services.

  • Why is a stock not rated in Portfolio Grader?

    Portfolio Grader grades nearly 5,000 stocks. These stocks must be common stocks or American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) that have been traded for at least 1 year on the NYSE, NASDAQ, or AMEX. These companies must have traded more than 2500 shares over the past 20 days of trading and the most current price must be equal to or greater than $1.

    Spiders and other popular ETFs are not able to be rated because there is no fundamental data in which to evaluate.

  • How often are the Portfolio Grader grades updated?

    The Portfolio Grader grades are updated every Monday morning to reflect the most current market conditions. Look at the top of any page for the specific date that the grades were last updated.

  • What is is Louis Navellier's website for individual investors. You'll find free stock tips, daily market commentary and so much more, including information on his popular subscription services. is also home to Navellier's renowned Portfolio Grader stock-rating tool.

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5 Need-to-Know User Tips

  • Log in when you visit. Once you log in you have an all-access pass to all the features Portfolio Grader has to offer. Save your portfolio (or a few for that matter!) and so much more with the greatest of ease.

  • Check back often. Portfolio Grader grades are updated every Monday morning. Plus new articles, commentary and timely market data is updated each and every day, several times a day. So be sure to check back often.

  • View the Stock Reports. In each report you'll find an in-depth look at Louis' stock analysis, including a 12-month view of past ratings. Plus, you'll find current quote data, related articles and more.

  • View Louis' Weekly Ratings. Don't miss Louis' Weekly Ratings. From today's leader board stocks to the most-widely held to the sector's best, you'll find a host of stock ideas right at your fingertips.

  • Sort your graded stocks. Look for the arrows at the top of the columns in your graded portfolio. Click on these arrows and you can sort your portfolio accordingly. It's a quick and easy way to organize your graded results.

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More Help

  • If after reviewing the information on this page you still need help, please let us know. Send an email to [email protected] with your question. Or call 1-866-363-5768 to speak with a member of our Customer Service team.

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