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  • JayBird10 2017-01-13 21:14
    richday101 : JayBird10 Thanks, so much for the screening values. I have seen several of these screeners over the years and wondered what Dr. Allen recommended. Yes Richday101, Here is a pdf of the spreadsheet he uses.  If I could figure out how to copy and send the actual spreadsheet I would.  But this will enable you to see the inputs from the balance sheet. file:///D:/Users/Julian/Documents/CHOOSE%20STOCKS%20WISELY/GuruFocus%20SpreadSheet_revised1228-1.p ...
  • JayBird10 2017-01-13 07:33
    Richday 101, This is JayBird10.  I'm new to GuruFocus and I had commented about an article titled How To Analyze A Company, and I had posted a brief comment about Dr Paul Allen's analysis approach from his book Choose Stocks Wisely.  For some reason I couldn't figure out how to get back to the article to post a reply to your question about his criteria. Here are the criteria from the book:  Price to Book < 1; Price to Sales < 1; Quick Ratio &gt ...
  • David Goodloe 2015-02-19 10:31
    richday101: David, it looks like the 2 winners of "Contest: Pick The Stocks Warren Buffett Bought In The 4th Quarter" are:
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    I'll pass that information along to our CEO.

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  • richday101 commented on James Li's article 02-19 13:50
    Value Screeners Identify Top Sectors
    Since 2009, GuruFocus has implemented an eclectic variety of value screeners to help investors find good value opportunities around global stock...
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    richday101 02-19 13:50
    • Thanks, James. That works out to 9.8% to 7.1% per year over the 11 year period which is better than the S&P500 which had a 5.4% without dividends reinvested, and 7.5% with dividends. 

      Was there any survivorship bias (i.e. stocks eliminated due to bankruptcy, etc)?

      The Strong Stocks Portfolio is not listed in the above portfolios list. Please may we have the link.

      Strong Stocks 2017: 180.79% (9.8% per year)

      Strong Stocks 2017 version 1: 150.46% (8.7% per year)

      Strong Stocks 2017 version 2: 111.83% (7.1%  per year)
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