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Mimoun bankodad
ReplyMimoun bankodad - 1 week ago
dat ik ben Mimoun bankodad uit noord marroco noord Afrika en ik woon 25 jaar in Nederland ja heb ik altijd problemen in center waar ik woon van mensen zo groep mensen bezig zijn dat ik heb van hun pijn is, en van ander groep mensen bezig zijn teeg en vinden beter is dat ik ben hun hart zijn is de best ..., ja heb ik gezien en met helle veel ja maar wel ben ik akkoord dat ik door gaan met tijd mij is en mijn geloof.
FranktheTank
ReplyFranktheTank - 1 month ago
If I want to use FCF yield what should I do?
Gujarbhai
ReplyGujarbhai - 1 month ago
Fast grower and dividend screen under the Guru Focus drop down screen are the same. Both showing dividend screen and fast grower screen needs to be updated.
Rdornau
ReplyRdornau - 2 months ago
How do I export an entire screen to excel? this
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 3 months ago
The best way to contact us about screener issues is to use the contact us link at the bottom of the page.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 4 months ago
any reason why GF rarely addresses issues regarding the screener?
Carol Nadon
ReplyCarol Nadon - 4 months ago
Mr Bruce Berkowitz (Trades, Portfolio) bought some pieces of Sears Canada. I can't see this in the All in one Guru screener. How come ?
Pancho.glez@google
ReplyPancho.glez@google - 4 months ago
This screen is giving me different result for the same filter when I'm going across different tabs(fundamentals, Valuation, Profitability, etc..)
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 5 months ago
hi Guru,not sure if you are aware of this,but when i select the dividend view(between price and guru buy/sell,i am getting data error
Askabry@facebook
ReplyAskabry@facebook - 5 months ago
I am sure this must have been asked before, but ... why does the Peter Lynch valuation, on the summary page, differ in the two places we find it? The screener (and on the summary page) it is likely to have one value, and in the graph below - in the case of Dover (DOV) - a lower one. Thanks!
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 6 months ago
Srichardson,They told me they would look into the issue,but have not gotten any confirmation.Im pretty sure there is a glitch
Srichardson
ReplySrichardson - 6 months ago
Taowave,
Was this answered?
Ryi
ReplyRyi - 6 months ago
Hi Gurufocus
Can you make a option to allow us to look at the TTM instead of full year numbers? TTM is a very powerful filter
Thanks :)
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 6 months ago
Hi,I am looking at your P/DCF field and it appears to be inconsistent.
If I select 1 as my upper limit,the EPS based model works as I expected and no values are greater that 1.However,if I choose the CF based model,with an upper limit of 1,I get values that are all > 1.Are you showing the inverse by accident? If I choose the Avg approach,I get values as low as .58 and as high as 2.58..

Can you please confirm,and also confirm why EV/Sales is showing up negative..
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 6 months ago
hi,
i think i figured out the issue.All my portfolios with inception dates from 2013 work as expected.Any portfolios initiated in 2012 or earlier are not being calculated
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 6 months ago
Hi,
When I set up a custom view to analyze my portfolios,I am noticing an inconsistency for the field that shows "performance relative to S&P".Some portfolios display values,but several are empty with no data.

Would you please confirm

thanks

Allan
DBrizan
ReplyDBrizan - 6 months ago
Gurufocus,
Thanks for the link.
cheers
Darryl
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 6 months ago
Gurufocus,run your peter lynch screen,and add the column ev/sales..almost every value is negative..out of the 68 entries,only 2 are poitive
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 6 months ago
@DBrizan, they are different parameters. You can find detailed explanation for all of them in this page: http://www.gurufocus.com/term/pettm/CEO/P%252FE%2BRatio%2528ttm%2529/
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 6 months ago
@Taowave, please give examples.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 6 months ago
How does one get a negative EV/Sales when a company has far more debt on the books than cash??
DBrizan
ReplyDBrizan - 6 months ago
Hi,
Symbol CEO
When I use the screener and list the avg earnings P/value it shows 0.31 which agrees with the margin of safety of 69% on the DCF calculator but on the summary tab for symbol CEO under the "Valuation & Return" box the price/DCF ( projected) is listed as 0.80 but it should say 0.31. Could you explain this apparent error please?
cheers
Darryl
DBrizan
ReplyDBrizan - 6 months ago
Hi,
When I run the general screener with the following parameters
avg DCF P/value range 0.1 to 1.2
avg earnings P/value range 0.1 to 1.2
avg FCF p/value 0.1 to 1.2

I get a number of results that are out of range for example
avg DCF P/value range values up to 7.25
avg earnings P/value range values up to 17.95
avg FCF p/value values up to 2.35 and a number of blank values and some values less than 0.1 also show up.
Is this a glith in the program?
cheers
Darryl
Aroundde
ReplyAroundde - 7 months ago
Hi, if i would like to scan for companies that have P/FCF of > 0.1, how can I do that? It seems that I am only able to select 1 or none at all.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 7 months ago
hi,
was running a Piotroski f score screen and came across an issue that perhaps you could explain.The stock HIHO showed up with an F score of 7.When I researched the stock and its F score breakdown,it had two conflicting numbers.The F score as of today was 7,but the detailed breakdown scored an 8.Would you explain that?
Ambrish Kinariwala
ReplyAmbrish Kinariwala - 7 months ago
Good stock screener. I had a couple of questions.
1. When I screen the stock for P/E ratio of 1 to 15, it shows the stocks with an incorrect trailing 12 months P/E ratio. For example NYSE:ESV shows the P/E (ttm) of 8.3 whereas on Google finance the P/E is 27.12. May I please ask if this is correct? Am I missing something?

2. This is about the actual use of ratios. For example P/FCFF ratio, how we're suppose to select the values. Once I select the Price, the numbers in FCFF field will change accordingly. Why is that so? Could you please explain the logic? If you can provide examples that would be great. If its in one of your learning videos, then please let me if you could, the exact time when in the video.

Many thanks.
Culpel
ReplyCulpel - 7 months ago
Best screener on the web?
Jane818
ReplyJane818 - 7 months ago
New to web. What is the GOGO Peter Lynch Earning Line? What is the Fair Value for GOGO?

Thanks.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 7 months ago
Thanks Gurufocus,So its really Net Cash as opposed to Cash per share.Appreciate the help
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 7 months ago
@Taowave, this link explains how the negative cash is from:

http://www.gurufocus.com/term/netcash/AFH/Net%2BCash/Atlas%2BFinancial%2BHoldings%2BInc
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 7 months ago
@Pancho.glez@google, cannot reproduce the issue.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 7 months ago
hi,why am i getting negative cash/share in the screener column when the company has cash on the balance sheet? As an example look at AFH and bring up the column cash per share,I get -10.02..