The DVM scores are a combination of three scores that stands for Durability, Valuation, and Momentum. Each score represents a different aspect of the stock's performance and helps investors evaluate the suitability of a stock for their portfolio. A high DVM score indicates that the stock is more promising. 

Investors can use prebuilt screeners to identify High DVMMid DVM, and Low DVM stocks. By tracking these scores, investors can identify stocks that are entering or exiting these screeners.

For more information on DVM scores, you can visit the detailed FAQ on DVM.