Answered By: Cynthia Slater Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016 Views: 29
The STARS rating is a measure of the degree to which S&P recommends the purchase of a stock. A high rating indicates that S&P believes it is worthwhile to buy that stock. A low rating indicates that the stock should be sold.
To find the STARS rating, search for your company's record in Standard & Poor's NetAdvantage.
- Then in the menu on the left-hand side of the page, click on "PDF" under "Stock Reports."
- At the top of the PDF that appears, you will find the number of stars S&P gives the stock.