The Components page lists all of the components (individual stock symbols) found in that industry or sector, ranking them by their Weighted Alpha (a rating of growth patterns in a one-year period).
The industry's last price is the Weighted Alpha, which is the average Weighted Alpha of all the components in the industry group. The chart at the top of the page shows the 1-Year change in Weighted Alpha for the industry. A Performance table highlights the industry's change in Weighted Alpha for a number of periods.
You can view all of the stocks contained in the industry by clicking on the FlipCharts link. My Barchart subscribers can download the Components quoteboard (the individual stocks found in the industry) by clicking the Excel link. You may also view a more detailed quote and chart of the industry by clicking the "View Quote" text link in the Snapshot quote area.
The Industry Components can be displayed using multiple Views. In addition to the four standard Views, any custom views you create through your free My Barchart membership are available for use on this page.
- Main View: displays the stock components ranked by Weighted Alpha, showing the Symbol, Name, Weighted Alpha, Last Price, Change, Percent Change, High, Low, and Time.
- Technical View: displays the stock components ranked by Weighted Alpha, showing the Symbol, Name, Today's Opinion, the 20-Day Relative Strength, 20-Day Historic Volatility, 20-Day Average Volume, and the 52-Week High and Low price of the stock.
- Performance View: displays the stock components ranked by Weighted Alpha, showing the Symbol, Name, Last, Weighted Alpha, Year-to-Date Percent Change, 1-Month, 3-Month, and 1-Year Percent change. The Performance View is based on 21-days (1-month), 65-days (3-months), and 260-days (1-year) of trading activity.
- Fundamental View: displays the stock components ranked by Weighted Alpha, showing the Symbol, Name, Weighted Alpha, Market Cap, P/E Ratio, Earnings per Share (E.P.S.), 60-Month Beta, Return on Equity and the Price per Sales.
>About Weighted Alpha
Weighted Alpha is a measure of how much a stock has risen or fallen over a one-year period. The original research was restricted to large cap stocks, so the corresponding rise in the S&P 500 index was subtracted; however, as there are a number of interesting stocks that do not fit well into any category, and others that fit into more than one category, the results are presented without subtracting any index.