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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. Read more »  ...

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. Read more »  ...

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

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....

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. Read more »  ...

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. Read more »  ...

YTD Return of Top Performers: Rule #1 Investing 50.6% — ADR Screen 27.7% Read more »  ...

YTD Return of Top Performers: Rule #1 Investing 37.3% — ADR Screen 26.5% Read more »  ...

YTD Return of Top Performers: ADR Screen 25.2% — O’Shaughnessy: Tiny Titans 19.7% Read more »  ...

YTD Return of Top Performers: O’Shaughnessy: Tiny Titans Screen 16.5% — ADR Screen 15.5% Read more »  ...