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msg #111438
2/16/2013 10:38:05 AM

New member here. I'd like to setup a canslim type filter using some fundamental strings. Is SF only technical? For example, would like to search for weekly volatility squeeze on companies that have gone ipo in the last 3 years.


683 posts
msg #111441
Ignore duke56468
2/16/2013 11:51:19 AM

It will give you some fundamentals, I have used these...

Show stocks where dividend yield is between 5 and 10
and market cap is above 50000
and average volume(30) > 5000000
close > 5
and add column dividend yield {dividend_yield}
add column dividend
and add column market cap
sort on column 5 descending

3,317 posts
msg #111443
Ignore four
2/16/2013 1:56:49 PM

Listing of Fundamentals:

[Shares Outstanding] / [Market Cap] / [PE Ratio] / [BETA] / [Percent Institutional] / [ROE] / [EPS (Current Quarter)] / [EPS (Previous Quarter)] / [EPS (ttm)] / [Fiscal Month End] / [Percent Insiders]

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