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10 year Multi year Performance at a glance as a graph

Tobias 1 year ago • updated 1 year ago 4

The multi year performance is great (remember reading about this in F-Wall Street), however it would be nice to be able to switch to or see the actual numbers for the last 10 years as a graph.


Value: It would make it possible to form an opinion on how stable the company is at at glance and if the numbers correlate the way one would expect them to.


Possible use:

Phil Town talks about how he use certain growth values to indicate a company's moat. From his Rule one website:

"Moat

Companies that have had a sustainable moat usually demonstrate consistent increase in the growth of Earnings per Share (EPS), Sales per Share, Book Value per Share (BVPS), and Operating Cash Flow per Share (OCPS). Review these numbers and charts to determine if

this company has had a sustainable advantage over its competition in the near past."


On his checklist he checks that all these growth rates have been above 10%, and he talks about how he use this to trigger questions if these graphs aren't parallel.


With the multi year performance it's easy to see the number by it self, but it's not seen at a glance how one number develop compared to another number.


I gave this as an example. I am sure others have other numbers from the performance table they would like to look at as well. (I know I do).


The graph would be laid out as years on the y-axis and % on the x-axis and the graphs would have different colors (I guess) for the different performances.


Like this: This is 3M. If the lines started to cross each other, I'd want to know why.


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Planned

Add portfolio/watchlist tracking to app.

gmjerome69 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 1
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Canadian and international stock screening?

Harry Hong 2 years ago • updated by Jae Jun 2 years ago 1
+2

allow user to customize the dashboard

Phil Gerity 2 years ago • updated by Jae Jun 2 years ago 1
+2

keep tabs or company name at the top of the page while scrolling down

Jae Jun 2 years ago 0

Want to see the name or the symbol of the stock without having to scroll back to the top.

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Under review

Setup Alerts

Jae Jun 1 month ago • updated 1 month ago 1

From Jason Fernando: Is there any way that I can set up OSV so that it alerts me (email or SMS) whenever a new companies lands on one of my screeners? It would also be useful for it to alert me when a company currently on the screener ceases to be on it.

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Completed

Biggest action score climbers?

Tobias 2 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 6 days ago 3

I was wondering if it would be interesting to see the biggest action score climbers of the day or week or so. I would limit it to A and B graded stocks to keep the list relevant. I am not exactly sure if this would create any extra value, but I was thinking the biggest climbers would be stocks to watch and maybe start looking into. I would also think that typical value trap stocks would not show up on such a list, but I could be wrong on this.


Just a thought I had. Maybe you could run a small test screen and see what came up and let us know what you see?


Anyone else think this is a good idea?

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Under review

Add Some Momentum Variables to the Screener

Jeff Partlow 2 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 2 months ago 2

I greatly appreciate how the Quality, Value, and Growth related variables combine to determine the OSV Action Score.  I also appreciate the large number of variables available in the OSV Screener so us users can develop our own custom screens.  However, I have found no Price Performance (aka Price Momentum) variables now available in the OSV Screener.


Many highly regarded studies have concluded that Momentum is also an important consideration in stock picking.  Here are the ones available on my broker's (Schwab's) online Screener:

Price Performance:

Price Change

  • Year To Date
  • Last 5 Days
  • Last Month
  • Last 3 Months
  • Last 6 Months
  • Last 12 Month

Performance vs. S&P 500

  • Year To Date
  • Last Month
  • Last 3 Months
  • Last 6 Months
  • Last 12 Months

Performance vs. Industry

  • Year To Date
  • Last Month
  • Last 3 Months
  • Last 6 Months
  • Last 12 Months

Total Return

  • 1 Year
  • 3 Year
  • 5 Year
  • Percentage Below 52 Week High
  • Percentage Above 52 Week Low
  • Beta

I certainly don't expect you to include all these variables, but adding a few of them would be an important addition to the OSV Screener. 


Thank you for your consideration.      

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Very nice!

Richard 3 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 2 months ago 1

I really like the all the new features.  It makes the whole process of analyzing companies very easy and clear.

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Dividend Stock related numbers

James H 4 months ago • updated by Jeff Partlow 4 months ago 2

I'd love to have (Free Cash Flow / Dividends Paid) in the key ratios section. Maybe dividends are pretty unpopular with the user base here, but this is an important ratio for those of us that look at dividend stocks. It's easy enough to calculate from the financials but it would be a nice time saver.

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[EDIT] Please post your 2 must have calculations to analyze dividend stocks.