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While you may have an investing style you rely on, finding great stocks is made easier with the Zacks Style Scores. These are complementary indicators that rate stocks based on value, growth, and/or momentum characteristics.
Why This 1 Growth Stock Should Be On Your Watchlist
For growth investors, a company's financial strength, overall health, and future outlook take precedence, so they'll want to zero in on the Growth Style Score. This Score examines things like projected and historical earnings, sales, and cash flow to find stocks that will generate sustainable growth over time.
Allison Transmission (ALSN)
Headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc. is a manufacturer of fully-automatic transmissions for medium and heavy-duty commercial and heavy-tactical U.S. defense vehicles. In fact, the company is the largest producer of fully-automatic transmissions, holding the leading position in several niche markets. The firm also offers electric hybrid and fully electric propulsion systems.
ALSN sits at a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy), holds a Growth Style Score of A, and has a VGM Score of A. Earnings and sales are forecasted to increase 17.7% and 7% year-over-year, respectively.
Six analysts revised their earnings estimate upwards in the last 60 days for fiscal 2023. The Zacks Consensus Estimate has increased $0.48 to $6.51 per share. ALSN boasts an average earnings surprise of 12.8%.
Allison Transmission is also cash rich. The company has generated cash flow growth of 3.5%, and is expected to report cash flow expansion of 15.8% in 2023.
Investors should take the time to consider ALSN for their portfolios due to its solid Zacks Rank rating, notable growth metrics, and impressive Growth and VGM Style Scores.
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