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solana314
3 posts
msg #82595
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11/6/2009 1:49:08 PM

I would like to find a way to assign stocks a fundamental score based on PE Ratio, Return on Equity, etc using stockfetcher. Has anyone created a scan to do this? I trade mostly on technicals, but would like to look at a fundamental score before entering trades to factor that in also. Or add a list of top fundamental stocks to a watchlist and apply my technical scans to those watchlists, but I would rather not pay for a service such as IBD. I found a free service at MSN called StockScouter which I could use. http://moneycentral.msn.com/investor/StockRating/srstopstocksresults.aspx?sco=10.

Does anyone have any other suggestions of free websites or a stockfetcher scan they use to give stocks an overall score based on fundamentals?



luc1grunt
622 posts
msg #82596
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11/6/2009 1:53:31 PM

try using finviz as a primary fundie screen and then SF for any specific TA needs/backtesting.

solana314
3 posts
msg #82598
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11/6/2009 2:13:28 PM

Thanks the finviz.com site is very helpful for fundamentals.

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #82600
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11/6/2009 3:05:43 PM

WHICH FUNDIES ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU?

solana314
3 posts
msg #82602
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11/6/2009 3:59:22 PM

I am no expert on fundamentals. I was looking to create a scan saying if PE ratio is between these values then give it a value of 1, if debt to equity is less than this value then give it a value of 1. Then sum up the individual score to give it a total fundamental score. I guess I understood my fundmentals better then I might be able to create such a query. Here are some examples of how other sites have a overall fundamental score for the stock. I think it would be useful if stockfetcher could do something similar. These sites charge $40+/month.

http://www.investools.com/tradingTools/freeStocks.swim
http://www.edutradersoftware.com/images/FundScore.jpg

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #82604
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11/6/2009 4:39:21 PM

MAYBE...


Fetcher[
SET{VAR1,COUNT(PE BETWEEN 4 AND 15,1)}
SET{VAR2,COUNT(LONG TERM DEBT BETWEEN 1 AND 10000,1) * 10}
SET{VWHAT,VAR2 + VAR1}

ADD COLUMN VWHAT
ADD COLUMN LONG TERM DEBT
ADD COLUMN PE

VOLUME ABOVE 10000000
SORT COLUMN 5 DESCENDING

]



durgin
60 posts
msg #82730
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11/9/2009 10:36:33 PM

The P/E data do not appear to be up-to-date -- looks like more than a year old.

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