3 Downgraded Stocks to Avoid No Matter What

The POWR Ratings have been calculated to zero in on stocks that have been downgraded or upgraded. Take a look at the latest downgrades and you will find some familiar names. The bottom line is that plenty of stocks soared to new heights during the pandemic without sufficient justification. In other cases, these downgrades are the result of fundamentals going in the wrong direction…

Without further ado, let’s delve into three of the latest POWR Ratings downgrades in MongoDB (MDB – Get Rating), Hyatt Hotels (H – Get Rating), and Almaden Minerals (AAU – Get Rating).

MongoDB (MDB – Get Rating)

MDB provides a database platform, cloud management services, business intelligence products, and plenty more. Businesses in all sorts of industries ranging from healthcare to media, government, financial services and entertainment use MDB’s tech products.

MDB has an overall grade of F, which translates into a Strong Sell rating in our POWR Ratings. The company has D grades in the Value, Growth, Sentiment, and Stability components of the POWR Ratings. Investors who are curious as to how MDB grades out in the remainder of the components such as Quality and Momentum can find out by clicking here.

Out of the 128 stocks in the Software – Application industry, MDB is ranked 117th. Click here to find top-ranked stocks in this industry. The stock is up a whopping 570% over the past three years. Its price-to-sales ratio of 35.5% is quite high indicating the stock is very overvalued.

Click here to check out our Cloud Computing Industry Report for 2021

Hyatt Hotels (H – Get Rating)

H is a worldwide hospitality business that develops, operates, manages, franchises, and licenses properties such as hotels and resorts. As of the spring of this year, H had over 1,000 properties. H has an overall grade of D and a Sell rating in our POWR Ratings system. The company has a Sentiment Grade of F and grades of D in the Value, Growth, and Stability components. Click here to learn more about how H fares in the rest of the components such as Quality and Momentum.

Out of the 19 publicly traded companies in the Travel – Hotels/Resorts industry, H is ranked…

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