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HokieDoc1
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11/27/2017 11:24:52 AM

Does anyone know where I can access a list of the F-scores for stocks for free ?



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11/28/2017 11:45:16 PM

hokie

https://fintel.io/screen/piotroski-score-screen

https://www.gurufocus.com/term/fscore/NYSE:MMM/Piotroski%2BF-Score/3M+Co

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11/28/2017 11:55:46 PM

pthomas

from article:
"And I’m not going to explain the X-pattern in detail for you here — I’m not a chart-trading expert, it looks like he’s using (at least in part) something called the Aroon indicator, which is a trend indicator that you can see described here or here,it basically measures the days since a high (or low) price was hit and gives buy (or sell) indicators when the “days since a high” indicator crosses over (or under) the “days since a low” indicator.

If you see “AROON 25” it means they’re using 25 days as the timeframe — so a stock would be at 100 on that indicator if it just hit a 25-day high (or low) price, or at 0 if it has been below the 25-day high (or above the low) for 25 days. For a lot of stocks, these lines will cross frequently — for some that are consistently rising or falling, they might not cross in a year or more."



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