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When you're searching for stocks with a certain risk rating(s) ...
  1. Select the Stock radio button.
  2. Select Equal To, Better Than, or Worse Than from the drop-down box.

    Equal To will give you stocks with a rating equal to the letter grade selected.

    Better Than will give you stocks with a rating higher than the letter grade selected. A selection of letter grade B+, for example, would result in a list of stocks with ratings of A-, A, and A+.

    Worse Than will give you stocks with a rating lower than the letter grade selected. A selection of letter grade D-, for example, would result in a list of stocks with ratings of E+, E, E-, and F.

  3. Select letter rating from the drop-down box. For an explanation of the ratings, click here.
  4. Select Submit or hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
  5. Click on the name of a stock to get the risk rating and the definition of the risk rating.
  6. To view the current stock quote, simply click on the link that says "click here for quote".
When you're searching for mutual funds with a certain risk rating(s) ...
  1. Select the Mutual Fund radio button.
  2. Select Equal To, Better Than, or Worse Than from the drop-down box.

    Equal To will give you mutual funds with a rating equal to the letter grade selected.

    Better Than will give you mutual funds with a rating higher than the letter grade selected. A selection of letter grade B+, for example, would result in a list of stocks with ratings of A-, A, and A+.

    Worse Than will give you mutual funds with a rating lower than the letter grade selected. A selection of letter grade D-, for example, would result in a list of stocks with ratings of E+, E, E-, and F.

  3. Select letter rating from the drop-down box. For an explanation of the ratings, click here.
  4. Select Submit or hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
  5. Click on the name of a mutual fund to get the risk rating and the definition of the risk rating.
  6. To view the current mutual fund quote, simply click on the link that says "click here for quote".
When you're searching for stocks and mutual funds with a certain risk rating(s) ...
  1. Select the All radio button.
  2. Select Equal To, Better Than, or Worse Than from the drop-down box.

    Equal To will give you stocks and mutual funds with a rating equal to the letter grade selected.

    Better Than will give you stocks and mutual funds with a rating higher than the letter grade selected. A selection of letter grade B+, for example, would result in a list of stocks with ratings of A-, A, and A+.

    Worse Than will give you stocks and mutual funds with a rating lower than the letter grade selected. A selection of letter grade D-, for example, would result in a list of stocks with ratings of E+, E, E-, and F.

  3. Select letter rating from the drop-down box. For an explanation of the ratings, click here.
  4. Select Submit or hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
  5. Click on the name of a stock or mutual fund to get the risk rating, the definition of the risk rating.
  6. To view the current stock or mutual fund quote, simply click on the link that says "click here for quote".

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