Understand the snapshot search filter (for stocks)

The following table describes all the criteria found in the snapshot search filter.

Criterion Description
Style box The style box is a nine-square grid that classifies securities by size along the vertical axis (i.e. large, mid and small) and by value and growth characteristics along the horizontal axis (i.e. value, core, growth). Different investment styles often have different levels of risk and lead to differences in returns.
Rating The star rating is a measure of a fund’s risk-adjusted return, relative to similar funds. Funds are rated from one to five stars, with the best performers receiving five stars and the worst receiving a single star.
Avg vol (1 Mo) The average daily trading volume of common shares over a specified period, expressed in number of shares. The daily volume is collected; the average daily volume is calculated.
Country The country of origin of the security.
Exchange The exchange the security trades on.
Daily vol The number of shares or contracts traded for a security in one day.

Tip: to learn more about a label, hold your mouse pointer over the help icon that appears next to the label.

The tabs on the right will update dynamically to display result(s) as you modify the criteria within the snapshot search filter. Use the pagination tool at the bottom of the tab to navigate through multiple pages of results.

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