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msg #41978
Ignore abbabb1tt
3/13/2006 11:52:31 AM

Anyone know if it's possible to create a screen mimicing the 'Little Book that Beats the Market'? In the back of the book, he gives the criteria for creating the screen, but I can't seem to get the same results (as he posts on when I try. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If you can come up with the filter, that would be great too. Thanks in advance. I would also welcome a pointer to another site where this filter can be created, if it is not possible on Stockfetcher. Thanks again.

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msg #41979
Ignore Koronbock
3/13/2006 12:00:42 PM

Post the criteria / conditions and someone will help you.

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msg #41991
Ignore TheRumpledOne
3/13/2006 7:47:10 PM

Been surfing the net, can't find the formula.

You can use:

for fundamental searches.

It's free to register and you can save your search criteria.


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msg #41995
Ignore abbabb1tt
3/13/2006 10:37:19 PM

Here you go:

Remove all utilites, foreign companies and financial companies (banks, etc.)
Minimum Return on Capital (pre-tax) of at least 25%
Minimum Pre-tax earnings yield of at least 10%

That's all he looks for. Companies that make a lot of cash for each dollar invested (Return on Capital) and whose stock price is discounted (Earnings Yield above 10%).

Let me know if you can do this on Stockfetcher. Thanks, guys!

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