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author Olivier Dambrine - May 16, 2017

Our European portfolio put down another great performance in April. YTD return is now +13.9%, firmly ahead of the STOXX600 which finished at +7.2%.

The strongest performers were:

  • Real Good Food (+41%) acquired a majority interest in Brighter Foods, a snack bar manufacturer with factories in Wales, UK...[more]
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author Olivier Dambrine - March 3, 2017

It has always been our goal to help people implement complicated quantitative models with very little effort. Our stock screener allows users to pick templates off the shelf, or users can build their own models with only a few clicks. By offering advanced multi-layered techniques, we save our users a lot of time in recreating models such as the trending value model designed by O'Shaughnessy. Recreating a multi-layered model in Excel can easily take the best part of an hour and users have to redo this exercise every time they want to get the most up to date list...[more]

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author Olivier Dambrine - February 19, 2017

Our stock screener allows you to create a wide range of screens. Some users focus on just a few factors but others build multi-layered screens, taking subsets of subsets based on different value, quality or momentum factors. Users will typically store these screens as favourites and gradually build up a portfolio based on this list. They will review these positions periodically and if these companies are still in the model, they will hold on to their stocks for a bit longer...[more]

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author Olivier Dambrine - February 3, 2017

We improved the Piotroski F-score detailed section in our scorecard. It now displays the full detail behind the formulas of each underlying signal, improving transparency and confidence in the quality of our data.

The Piotroski F-score was designed to measure the overall profitability, funding and operational efficiency of companies. It is specifically useful to evaluate high book-to-market firms, which are typically companies in financial distress...[more]

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