This how-to shows how to create a strategy in Equities Lab, and how to do some basic analysis of it. For humor value, we take the point of view of a children's book character, named Amelia Bedelia, who has no common sense. We have all felt this way some times.
This how-to shows how to create a strategy in Equities Lab, and how to do some basic analysis of it. For humor value, we take the point of view of a children’s book character, named Amelia Bedelia, who has no common sense. We have all felt this way sometimes. Create A Screener A quantitative mutual fund is a screener.  …
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Intuitively, most investors would assume that consistent growth in free cash flow within a company, would result in a high performing stock. Well today we're going to test out that theory with the "Free Cash Flow Growth Leaders Stock Screener".
Intuitively, most investors would assume that consistent growth in free cash flow within a company, would result in a high performing stock. Well today we’re going to test out that theory with the “Free Cash Flow Growth Leaders Stock Screener”. With this screener, we’re looking for: · Large and stable companies; companies that have a market cap over a billion dollars sectioned off into their respective sectors.…
I've been seeing a lot of articles recently that are very focused on the idea, that by purchasing the industry or sector that performed best over the past year you are giving you the best chance at making returns. I'm a little skeptical, but just as hopeful to see whether or not this is a potential new avenue to take in my portfolio.
I’ve been seeing a lot of articles recently that are very focused on the idea, that by purchasing the industry or sector that performed best over the past year you are giving you the best chance at making returns. I’m a little skeptical, but just as hopeful to see whether or not this is a potential new avenue to take in my portfolio.…
Are the FANG stocks invincible?
Tech has been on an absolute tear this year with the whole sector up almost 20% since the beginning of 2017, with an outstanding performance from the FANG stocks. FANG is an acronym used for arguably the most notable tech companies in today’s market which have continuously churned out tremendous returns.…
Relative Strength Indicator (RSI)
I’m not a big technical trader. That being said, a lot of people in the information age are, and because of that we have been sure to include a number of technical indicators within the Equities Lab system. One such indicator, the relative strength index(RSI), is extremely common among technical analysts, and I think it is time to put the RSI indicator to the test.…
Low debt vs. High debt
Debt, a word that consumers and college students know all too well. How do companies view debt, and how does it affect their stock price? Let’s find out by taking a look at both high-debt and low-debt companies. High Debt This screener finds companies with a debt to equity ratio ranking them in the top 25% of the market, total liabilities to assets ranking in the top 25% of the market while outperforming by 2%.…
Trumping the Market
   Over the past few weeks’ major indices have continued to hit new all-time highs, it seems like almost every industry is performing well. However, it’s important not to get lost in all the commotion and news surrounding the markets and continue to look for safe investments with “yuge” returns. Under the current administration, investors are anticipating a more pro-business environment complimented by tax cuts and deregulation for certain industries.…
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   In my last blog, I wrote about getting used to the Equities Lab software and how it can be so very useful for finding value in certain sectors with advanced screening. Another useful way to use the stock screening software is to find investments you should avoid. For example, let’s take a look at some big retail names.…
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May was a difficult month for almost every sector. The markets were beaten up again and again. However, is there a shining light somewhere?Above you see heat map of every invest-able stock in the US market that has a close > 0, total yearly revenue > 0, and a trading volume value over $500,000 sorted by sector.…
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A few sell in may articles…Have you read any “sell in May and Go Away” articles? These articles suggest that returns from May to October are terrible. So bad, in fact, that you’d be better off just avoiding the whole mess altogether. I’ve included some of the better-written posts for your reading pleasureForbes: Sell in May and Go away?…