Protect Your Portfolio

What is StockArmor?

StockArmor generates a report that reveals potential weaknesses in a company's financial health. The report is emailed to you in a PDF document.

How does StockArmor do that?

StockArmor reviews the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Cashflow Statement of publicly traded companies. Using a set of proprietary metrics, a report is generated showing any financial challenges the company faces.

How does StockArmor help me as an investor?

Healthy companies should be included in a balanced investment porfolio. If there is a stock in your portfolio that is not financially sound, you should know about that.

What should I do if a stock I own has a financial weakness?

StockArmor does not offer investment advice other than to be well diversified. Our service is intended to give you information that you can use to decide if a company is healthy or not.

How long does it take to get the report?

The report is usually ready within a few hours, often sooner. In some cases, it can take up to 24 hours. If there are any issues we'll issue a full refund.

Do you have a sample report?

Here is the report for Tesla Inc (TSLA) for the quarter ending 9/30/2020.

Is there anything else I should know?

Only company stocks trading on the NYSE and NASDAQ are supported. ETFs and Mutual Funds are not supported.

How much does the report cost?

$3.99 USD

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