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Stock screening is the process of applying a set of quantifiable criteria to a universe of stocks to isolate those stocks that match the criteria. The way in which programs such as Stock Investor Pro perform this task is by using filters—a collection of comparison statements...

The Stock Investor Pro program currently contains two screens based on William O’Neil’s CAN SLIM approach. The first screen, listed as *O’Neil (CANSLIM) in SI Pro, is based on William O’Neil’s investing methodology outlined in the second edition of his book, “How to...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 11/26/2013 are available. Read more »  ...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 11/19/2013 are available. Read more »  ...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 11/12/2013 are available. Read more »  ...

There are several ways to measure the performance of a stock, typically on either an absolute or a relative basis. Price change over a specified time period is an example of absolute performance, while relative performance communicates how well a stock has performed compared to...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 1/5/2012 are available. Read more »  ...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 12/22/2012 are available. Read more »  ...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 12/15/2012 are available. Read more »  ...

Automatic update for Stock Investor Pro and SSG files as of 12/8/2012 are available. Read more »  ...