Dreman With Est Revisions Screen
Posted on May 28, 2012 | Stock Screens
This screen, based on David Dreman’s philospohy, looks for companies with a low price-earnings ratio that have had recent upward earnings revisions.
The April 2012 passing company lists and performance data is now available on-line.
Posted on May 15, 2012 | Stock Screens
YTD Return of Top Performers: Piotroski: High F-Score 40.6% — Graham-Enterprising Investor 30.3%
Rule #1 Investing Screen
Posted on April 25, 2012 | Stock Screens
This screen searches for companies that meet Town’s “Four Ms”—meaning, moat, management, and margin for safety.
Posted on April 16, 2012 | Stock Screens
AAII’s Price-to-Sales screen searches for exchange-traded stocks with a current price-to-sales ratio less the company’s average and median industry price-to-sales ratios.
Fundamental Rule of Thumb
Posted on April 10, 2012 | Stock Screens
AAII’s Fundamental Rule of Thumb screen is a universal screen that seeks growth companies and mature dividend payers.
Estimate Revisions Up 5%
Posted on March 28, 2012 | Stock Screens
One of AAII’s most consistent and best performing screens, the Est Rev Up 5% screen looks for companies that have had their earnings estimates revised upwards by at least 5% over the past month.
IBD Stable 70 Screen
Posted on March 16, 2012 | Stock Screens
Based on the CAN SLIM system, this screen finds companies with strong growth in earnings on both a year-on-year and a quarter-on-quarter basis.
The March 2012 passing company lists and performance data is now available on-line
Posted on March 14, 2012 | Stock Screens
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YTD Return of Top Performers: Piotroski: High F-Score 37.1% — Graham-Enterprising Investor 29.2%
Posted on March 2, 2012 | Stock Screens
Although Buffett is a known value investor, he still places focus on a business’s growth prospects and management. Passing stocks have strong margins and return on equity.
Weiss Blue Chip Dividend Yield Screen
Posted on February 17, 2012 | Stock Screens
Based on Geraldine Weiss’ philosophy, this screen seeks out companies with both earnings and dividend growth.