“Import Stocks” will guide you through creating a watchlist of user input stocks to find out information on the stocks individually and as a whole.
Click on the Import Stocks function on your account screen.
In the resulting window, type in about 10-15 stocks that you own or are thinking about owning. After pressing DONE, the heat map will display all of the stocks you entered.
After pressing DONE, the heat map will display all the stocks you entered.
Click on a stock in the heat map and notice the information displayed in the “tear sheet.”
By default, the tear sheet will be “Synopsis.” Click “Switch tear sheet” in the bottom right of the pop-up to get a different information set.
After reviewing your stocks with tear sheets, Blacklist some screeners to ensure none of your stocks pass them.
Switch to the Blacklist Tab and click “click to blacklist screener.”
In the resulting window, search “yellow flag” in the search bar and choose some of the yellow flag screeners.
After pressing done, if any of your stocks pass the red flag stock screeners, then they will show up on your heat map with a sell suggestion.
In my heatmap, SNGX, BWS, HCLP, EPL, and FTR pass one or both of the Blacklisted screeners so they show up with a sell suggestion.
Now, let’s find out more information on the group of stocks that are on this watchlist.
Switch over to the Results Breakdown Tab at the bottom of the program
The pie charts displayed are fields from the Synopsis tear sheet described in the section above.
The size of each section in a pie chart relates to how many stocks are in that section.
From the breakdown of my results, it looks like most of the stocks I entered have high betas.
Click on the Beta pie chart to find out the ranges for each section, then click “Sort results by Beta” at the top of the pop-up.
The heat map containing all of the stocks you entered will now be sorted by PE like you see below: