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author Olivier Dambrine - January 5, 2016

It's only been a couple of weeks since we launched our scorecard and it seems to be a big success. We have served up more than 2000 reports and feedback has been very positive. The scorecard is available for free for stock screener subscribers and we now added a user manual which is available here. It provides more details behind the different parts of the scorecard such as the Piotroski F-Score section, the peer comparison on single and composite factors,....[more]

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author Olivier Dambrine - January 2, 2016

We really put a lot of effort in making our new screener as simple as possible so many users have been using it successfully without ever requiring a user guide. In some cases however, it's nice to know why certain features have been added and how you can use them to get the best results out of the screener. You can find all this information in our new manual, available in the documentation section. You can also access it through this link: Stock screener manual

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author Olivier Dambrine - December 14, 2015

We're very excited to announce a brand new scorecard feature that brings the most important factors together in a single page. Click on the icon on the left of the company name in the screener to see it in action.

We hope to add more explanatory blogposts and a manual soon, but here's a quick overview of the new features:

  • A brand new scorecard with momentum, value and quality ratios.
  • Over 100 new factors so you can compare the company ratio to its sector, industry group and industry. We also added the median for each of the ratios which should allow you to get a better feel for the valuation of a stock...[more]
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author Olivier Dambrine - December 13, 2015

During the month of November the markets kept up the momentum. The STOXX600 YTD return increased from 9.5% to 12.4%. This is an increase of 290 basis points or +1080 basis points compared to the end of September, when YTD return was only 1...[more]

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