THE September 2014 PASSING COMPANY LISTS AND PERFORMANCE DATA IS NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE

Posted on September 15, 2014 | Stock Screens

YTD Return of Top Performers: Rule #1 Investing 50.3% — ADR Screen 37.0%

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THE August 2014 PASSING COMPANY LISTS AND PERFORMANCE DATA IS NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE

Posted on August 15, 2014 | Stock Screens

YTD Return of Top Performers: Rule #1 Investing 50.3% — ADR Screen 35.1%

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Inve$tWare Quality Growth Screen

Posted on August 11, 2014 | Stock Screens

A screen that employs the NAIC’s Stock Selection Guide in order to develop a growth screen which seeks out reasonably priced stocks of “good quality” companies that merit further investigation.

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Dividend (High Relative Yield) Screen

Posted on August 4, 2014 | Stock Screens

By identifying stocks with growing dividends and yields above their historical average, this strategy follows a contrarian approach to investing.

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P/E Relative

Posted on July 28, 2014 | Stock Screens

A valuation method that searches for stocks with a relative price-earnings ratio below 100% and upward earnings estimate revisions to find companies that may be undervalued.

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Kirkpatrick Bargain

Posted on July 21, 2014 | Stock Screens

A stock screening methodology created by Charles Kirkpatrick that uses the best triggers found in his testing of relative value, relative reported earnings growth and relative price strength.

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THE JULY 2014 PASSING COMPANY LISTS AND PERFORMANCE DATA IS NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE

Posted on July 15, 2014 | Stock Screens

YTD Return of Top Performers: Rule #1 Investing 54.5% — ADR Screen 38.1%

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Zweig Screen

Posted on July 14, 2014 | Stock Screens

A strategy incorporating a “shotgun” (screening a large number of companies) and “rifle” (narrowing the list to select companies) approach to finding companies that exhibit strong earnings and sales growth, reasonable price-earnings ratios and strong relative price strength.

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Lynch

Posted on June 30, 2014 | Stock Screens

An approach that focuses on both earnings and assets in order to find undervalued stocks of companies that have the capability to earn future income.

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Rule #1

Posted on June 24, 2014 | Stock Screens

Based off Warren Buffett’s number-one rule, “Don’t lose money,” this screen seeks to buy stocks of a solid business at an attractive price.

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