By Laura Sánchez
Investing.com — Danelfin has released its new December ranking of the stocks most likely to beat the market. Until now, the monthly rankings were based solely on the AI Score, a score that reflects each company's probability of beating the market (the S&P 500 TR for U.S. stocks and the STOXX 600 for European stocks) in the next 30 to 90 days.
But it is important to also consider the risk associated with each stock. Therefore, Danelfin has created a new ranking, which ranks companies according to the AI Risk/Reward Score, which is an average of the AI Score and the Low Risk Score.
The Low Risk Score is a score based on negative price fluctuations (semi-deviation) over the last 500 market days. The higher the score (from 1 to 10), the lower the downside risk.
These are the Top 5 Risk/Reward Stocks, according to Artificial Intelligence data:
1. Iberdrola (BME:IBE)
2. Mapfre (BME:MAP)
3. ACS (BME:ACS)
4. Enagas (BME:ENAG)
5. Endesa (BME:ELE)
1. Nestlé (SIX:NESN)
2. National Grid (LON:NG)
3. Novartis (SIX:NOVN)
4. Zurich Insurance Group (SIX:ZURN)
5. Orange (EPA:ORAN)
1. PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP)
2. Johnson&Johnson (NYSE:JNJ)
3. Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY)
4. McDonald's (NYSE:MCD)
5. Waste Management (NYSE:WM)
1. National Grid (LON:NG)
2. Diageo (LON:DGE)
3. Severn Trent (LON:SVT)
4. Unilever (LON:ULVR)
5. BAE Systems (LON:BAES)
1. Deutsche Telekom (ETR:DTEGn)
2. Deutsche Boerse (ETR:DB1Gn)
3. SAP (ETR:SAPG)
4. Allianz (ETR:ALVG)
5. RWE (ETR:RWEG)
2. Air Liquide (EPA:AIRP)
3. Danone (EPA:DANO)
4. Getlink (EPA:GETP)
5. Bureau Veritas (EPA:BVI)
1. Snam (BIT:SRG)
2. Terna Energy (BIT:TRN)
3. Assicurazioni Generali (BIT:GASI)
4. Atlantia (BIT:ATL)
5. Italgas (BIT:IG)
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