Do you want to know if the Top 10 Stocks would have been better than the index? The table below answers this question: For all indexes with green bars, the Top 10 Stocks performed better than the index. For all indexes with orange and red bars, the Top 10 Stocks performed worse.
The length of the bar indicates how much better or worse the Top 10 Stocks were. If the bar is longer for one index compared to another index, the performance of the Top 10 Stocks for that index was better than for the other index.
This information shouldn't be used to make investment decisions, because past performance is no indication of future performance. Use this information only for two purposes:
1. To get an understanding of how well the Obermatt Top 10 Lists performed in the past.
2. To understand how good a particular investment strategy was in the past.
Example: If you see a stock index name in the list below with a rank of 20 (out of 100) on Growth, it means that the Top 10 Growth Stocks in that index had a worse return than the index itself.
To learn about the profile of each stock index, see our Research Profiles.
Current Top 10 Stock Returns
Last updated: January 13, 2017. Top 10 returns are updated yearly. (Obermatt Stock Update)