Try New GuruFocus Summary Page
The website's summary page got a face-lift
GuruFocus has launched a new design of its stock summary page. To help users become more familiar with the new layout, it contains a navigation bar that allows them to move to a specific section of the summary page. Figure 1 illustrates the new header section of the page, including the navigation bar.
Key fundamental data header
As Figure 1 illustrates, the header section includes key fundamental data for a stock as well as a new GF Score chart. Figure 2 illustrates a sample GF Score chart for Apple Inc. (APPL).
Financial strength and profitability
As Figure 3 illustrates, the content for financial strength, profitability and GF Value sections are like those for the old version. GuruFocus applies the traffic-light concept, in which green highlights good indicators while red highlights potential warning signs for the stock. Orange and yellow highlights cautionary signs: The indicator is close to a median benchmark threshold, which can either be the industry median value or historical median value.
Users can view a stock’s warning signs by clicking the “Warning Signs” item on the navigation bar. Figure 4 illustrates a sample Warning Signs section for Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL, Financial)(GOOG, Financial).
The traffic-light concept applies to the warning signs as well: red for severe warning signs, orange for medium warning signs and green for positive investing signs.
Figure 5 illustrates a sample Financials section for Google.
The Peter Lynch Chart applies the legendary Fidelity Magellan Fund manager’s concept in which one can compare a stock’s price line to an earnings line at 15 times earnings.
The performance section includes a chart and a few tables illustrating the performance of the stock compared to its competitors.
The business description section gives information about a company’s business and competitors.
The Executives section provides information about a company’s board of directors and C-level employees.
Users can switch back to the old version of the Summary Page by clicking on the “Back To Old” button as Figure 11 illustrates.
GuruFocus welcomes any feedback about the new stock summary page. Users can make suggestions using the “Design Feedback” button as Figure 12 illustrates.