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Xtddd
ReplyXtddd - 11 hours ago
i find there are many stocks ' tangible book value pe share are wrong! it needs more improvments
Kroete
ReplyKroete - 1 week ago
Great Screener!
Jmh600
ReplyJmh600 - 2 weeks ago
Would there be any chance that you could develop a formula that would allow the user to define his own variable e.g. Revenue/Assets?

I'm trying to look at companies based on their asset turnover and finding some solutions to it but something like what I described would be much more elegant.
Goforit
ReplyGoforit - 3 weeks ago
All-in-one screener broken. Instead of a list of stocks I get a video of how to use the screener
Xtddd
ReplyXtddd - 3 weeks ago
please add tangible book value
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 3 weeks ago
Cchokel, use the filter "Predictability" under "Fundamental" tab.
Cchokel
ReplyCchokel - 3 weeks ago
How do I see those stocks that Guru rates as 5 stars?
CoalreadGuru
ReplyCoalreadGuru - 3 weeks ago
could you include the DCF calculation as a field in the downloaded xls?
CoalreadGuru
ReplyCoalreadGuru - 3 weeks ago
I scrren with div yeild, and download to xls file, but unable to see the Div yeild in the downloaded xls.

Could you adv how to have the Div yield in the down loaded xls file?
Xtddd
ReplyXtddd - 3 weeks ago
great screener.
CoalreadGuru
ReplyCoalreadGuru - 3 weeks ago
I have found the answer, it is under predictability
CoalreadGuru
ReplyCoalreadGuru - 3 weeks ago
How could I set the number of Star(select from Not rated to 5) in the screener?
Yago
ReplyYago - 4 weeks ago
It would be awesome to display the guidance in real time, and how different scenarios of adjustment in the guidance could affect on the valuation.
Xtddd
ReplyXtddd - 1 month ago
Goforit,
that is right
Goforit
ReplyGoforit - 1 month ago
Jeffthro007,
Did you think of just reporting the problem(s) to Charlie? It's a complex site with things sometimes getting screwed up when they make changes, but I've always found the customer service to be very good. Try complaining to Morningstar and see how soon they fix their problems!
Goforit
ReplyGoforit - 1 month ago
Is anyone aware of a finance website that not only provides raw valuation numbers, such as the trailing PE, but also ratios that take into account one-time adjustments. Leap Frog is a perfect example: It currently has a raw PE of 6.3 (fantastic apparent value), but after taking into account one-time tax benefits used for the Dec 2013 10-K filing, the actual PE is 15.6 (See 3/18/2014 “Seeking Alpha” LF article). I am not referring to forward PE estimates but, rather, adjusted trailing PE’s. Better yet, a website with a screening option for these valuations. This is not a criticism of GuruFocus, since I have yet to find any websites with these numbers (too much labor, as compared to automated computations).
BertG
ReplyBertG - 1 month ago
I've also subscribed to European stocks. Unfortunately the results now include symbols of the "home" exchange plus symbols of a European resp. US exchange. For example TIF and TIF.Germany. This is quite annoying: it makes the list at least twice as long as necessary; sometimes the "foreign" symbol does not include the complete data set. GF should always list the home exchange data only. If someone wishes to see if the stock is listed elsewhere he or she could see it on the stock's main page.
Xtddd
ReplyXtddd - 1 month ago
excellent screener!
Gilz_101@yahoo
ReplyGilz_101@yahoo - 1 month ago
No lists are being generated...
CapitalRev
ReplyCapitalRev - 1 month ago
I'm irritated at GF at the moment. I have seven screens, all of which have been altered or deleted. When I go through the tedium of rebuilding the simplest of my screens, no list is generated (a list should be generated given how broad the screen in question is). Is anyone else experiencing this problem? Is there some obscure rule that says I must refresh my screens occasionally? Thanks
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 1 month ago
hi,
I keep on getting a data error when trying to view the "Profitability" tab.everything else is fine.

thanks,

Allan
Questionablecontent
ReplyQuestionablecontent - 1 month ago
Could you make a screen for Gross Profitability over Assets? (Revenue - COGS)/(Total Assets)
Eldredge
ReplyEldredge - 2 months ago
Would someone be kind enough to tell me how to set a screen criteria for stocks making 52 week highs today? I have other criteria I want to add to screener but I can't find where the 52 week high is.
MCube78
ReplyMCube78 - 2 months ago
Gurufocus, is there any chance you could add some more consistency to the NCAV criterion? The screener allows you to set P/NCAV, but then in "Active Filters" you get the NCAV (i.e., not P/NCAV) and then if you download the excel file you get (again) P/NCAV but in a column titled NCAV!
Thank you for the good work
The.Intelligent.Investor
ReplyThe.Intelligent.Investor - 2 months ago
Gurufocus, can you please make this P/E (NRI) that you speak of a screen criteria in the future along with P/(average of last 3 year's earnings)?
Fleetcor
ReplyFleetcor - 2 months ago
How would I set up stock alerts based on any of the ratios such as price decrease by 10%, ALtman <1.8 etc.
CollinMoshman
ReplyCollinMoshman - 2 months ago
This is the best screener I’ve found, but I’d really like to see two changes made:

1. Redefine the NCAV variable to: Current Assets – Total Liabilities. This is the standard definition of Net Current Asset Value given by Investopedia, the Gurufocus Net-Net newsletter, Old School Value, etc.

2. Add in a new variable called NNWC (net net working capital), defined as NCAV currently is with AR and inventory discounted.
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 2 months ago
"How do I get to a screed that just shows me the highest overall guru rated stocks - 4 or 5 stars?"

Please use this link:

http://www.gurufocus.com/screener/#&minPredictability=40&&tab=9
Cchokel
ReplyCchokel - 2 months ago
How do I get to a screed that just shows me the highest overall guru rated stocks - 4 or 5 stars?
Deckard
ReplyDeckard - 3 months ago
Right I am confused about the "Valuation Ratio" (All-in-One Screener) items of Price/DCF XXX. All three seem to give an output inconsistent with what you expect. For example, if I screen a Price/DCF Average between 0.1 and 0.9, I get results that include results of >0.9 as well as companies without a DCF valuation. Is this a glitch with all three ratios ? (note the results heading needs to be repaired)
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 3 months ago
will do, Phatstax.
Phatstax
ReplyPhatstax - 3 months ago
With regards to the insider ownership the minimum value you can select other than 0 is 10% witch is extremely high. It would be nice if you could select some smaller numbers or top #.
Ppltd
ReplyPpltd - 3 months ago
Hi,

I would like to search for companies that have ROE of at least 15% every year for the past 5 years. Google Finance have it, and hope gurufocus have it as well.
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 4 months ago
hi Taowave,

1. The 12-month growth rate is TTM growth rate.
2. We don't support the most recent quarter relative to 1-year ago.
3. Some of the parameters require you to set the minimum values. it might be avoided and we will look into this.

The best way to contact us it to open tickets and we can fix there.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 4 months ago
If I select 1 year EPS growth rate and select the top 10,I get 10 stocks.5 stocks have astronomical growth rates,but the sixth stock has a growth rate of 8% and the balance have no growth rates displayed.

Something appears to be not working correctly..
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 4 months ago
Gurufocus,
I meant most recent quarter compared to one year ago..

Is your 1 year growth rate TTM vs one year ago or MRQ vs one year ago quarter?

I cant click for a definition

Thanks
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 4 months ago
regarding the price/net cash field.if you do not set a lower boundary,as in 0 or .1,your results will be innacurate.You cant leave it blank as you have it set in your pre set screen..pleae confirm
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 4 months ago
Hi,
I see that there is no field for Quarterly earnings and would like to know if I could somehow add that field to the list of stocks that meet my criteria..I try to avoid stocks that have had a disasterous MRQ.

Any thoughts other than doing it manually..
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 4 months ago
Hi,Did you happen to make a fix for screening for stocks with a Piotroski score of 9? I now get stocks having a vlaue of 9..

You may want to look at your screen "Stock sold than less cash"..One of your requirements is that Price/Net cash <1....

Look at TIVO..On the summary page it trades for over 6 for Price/Net Cash,yet it is coming up under your screen as having Price/NetCash <1...That is one of many stocks with this issue..

I like the screener alot,but have found many unusual outputs that appear to be in error..

Perhaps I am missing something,but I dont think so:)
Enchantedman
ReplyEnchantedman - 4 months ago
Never mind, just found it
Enchantedman
ReplyEnchantedman - 4 months ago
Is there a way to get historical p/e
Tmacpherson1966
ReplyTmacpherson1966 - 4 months ago
Alvindern,

Wow. I'm disappointed to hear this. I have found the functionality of Gurufocus extraordinarily rich and comprehensive. What were you looking for if I may ask? Best.

Tom

Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 5 months ago
"dividend growth rate" is the annual compound average rate over the past 5 years.
Archiedividend
ReplyArchiedividend - 5 months ago
Can you explain to me what the "dividend growth rate" measures. I see here for example a dividend growth rate of 22.90 for CA, however I calculate that the dividend growth rate between 2012 and 2013 is 150% as it increased to $1.00 from $0.40. Data I am using is Morningstar. Furthermore, is the P/E 12 trailing months? Can you describe how the share buyback rate is calculate and what variables are taken into consideration? Thank you.
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 5 months ago
"Current quarter growth rates"? do you mean this quarter relative to previous quarter?

If you mean relative to 12 months ago, our 1-year growth rate should be close enough.
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 5 months ago
Any chance we could have a field for Current quarter growth rates for sales/earnings?
Taowave
ReplyTaowave - 5 months ago
I find it highly unlikely that there isnt one stock in the entire US stock market with a Piotroski score of 9.Would you verify that?
Alvindern
ReplyAlvindern - 5 months ago
I WAS DISAPPOINTED IN YOUR ANSWER TO MY QUESTION YESTERDAY AND I FOUND YOUR ANSWER AND WEBSITE GENERALLY SPEAKING, NOT TOO HELPFUL. ACCORDINGLY, PLEASE CANCEL MY TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION AND SEND ME AN EMAIL CONFIRMING THAT YOU WILL IMMEDIATELY DO SO AND THAT THERE WILL NO CHARGE ASSESSED AGAINST MY ACCOUNT.
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 5 months ago
hi Alvindern,

you can use this link: http://www.gurufocus.com/screener/index.php#&minROE=150&maxROE=175&tab=9

After you get the list, click on ROE column to sort it.
Alvindern
ReplyAlvindern - 5 months ago
how do I get a list of the highest roe stockd, ranked from the highest 70
G.cesa
ReplyG.cesa - 5 months ago
Hello, I'm looking for clues...Is it possible to extract stocks using FORWARD MULTIPLR EVALUATIONS based on consensus here? I'm tlking about forward P/E (1-2 years) or forward P/BV, MANY THANKS
Skukes
ReplySkukes - 5 months ago
I think you just select under 15 P/e using the valuation tab
Kimball
ReplyKimball - 5 months ago
Is it possible to filter only Peter Lynch chart's. That is those only companies with Stock Price, Green line less than Lynch's Blue line price?
Investor7
ReplyInvestor7 - 5 months ago
i am interested in stock screener for asian market, can i only subcribe for asian market and dont include the usa market which stated in the premium membership package.
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 5 months ago
Who is the dataprovider for the financial data?

The raw data is provided by Morningstar. Most of the ratios, valuation numbers are calculated by ourselves.
Leonderks
ReplyLeonderks - 5 months ago
Who is the dataprovider for the financial data?
Sisteve@aol.com
ReplySisteve@aol.com - 5 months ago
I'm interested in screening for stocks with high short interest. Is there a way to do that with this screener?
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 6 months ago
Tbell50
ReplyTbell50 - 6 months ago
How do I find real time buys for david tepper
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