One of the best AVs out there at detecting things, and nowhere near the number of false alarms as Kaspersky and many others.
If you're going to link an AV comparison guide, use a good one, not what you linked.
Monthly reports change insofar as who is at the top in various categories. Overall NOD32 wins the 'false alarm' category as well as the impact on system resources catagory.
The best overall AVs out there over the last few years in regards to protection vs other factors (like false alarms, impact on system resources, invasive/annoying notifications, etc) are (in alpha order) : Bitdefender, F-Secure, Kaspersky, and NOD32. They all offer very good protection and are about equal in this regard. Protection however isn't the only important factor in an AV for many people. If it was then I'd add AVG, Avast, and others to the list of good AVs (protection wise these are good AVs, but they fail in other factors).
I've personally used all of these except Bitdefender (just haven't ever needed to as I became happy with NOD32). As someone who travels in the darker alleys of the web Kaspersky gave me far more false positives than F-Secure or NOD32 did. In fact, it was those false positives that lead me to get rid of it. I personally prefer NOD32 to F-Secure as I found F-Secure to lock down my computer a little more than I personally like (your average user probably wouldn't notice this though) as well as it's a usually quite a bit more expensive (at least in the U.S.; you can often find NOD32 or Kaspersky on sale for much less than F-Secure at newegg.com and other vendors).
So again, if one finds false positives in Kaspersky to be an issue (as I once did), then I recommend NOD32.
Also, no matter what AV you use, I recommend getting your hands on a copy of Malwarebytes as well, as even the best AVs sometimes fail to catch all the malware there is out there. With a good AV and Malwarebytes you've essentially got two good strong condoms on, and will be unlikely to ever catch any unwanted malware, save for the kind that you might actually give the ok to install (like some companies tool bar via another companies installer; but not everyone considers this malware).
if you ever end up with crap you find hard to get off your computer and your OS, AV, or Malwarebytes doesn't do the job, then I recommend RevoUninstaller.