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Jeff Partlow 4 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 4 weeks ago 6

Using Hawaiian Holdings (HA) as an example:

Current Year Mean EPS Estimate $4.77

Next Year Mean EPS Estimate $4.88

Last Year EPS $5.19

Next Year EPS Estimate $4.77

Earnings Per Share $4.52

Average Estimate EPS, Next Year $4.99

Total Basic EPS TTM $5.07

Earnings Per Share TTM $4.52 (in Compare Competitors under Selected Financials)

Is Next Year Est. $4.88, $4.77, or $4.99?

Also, it is difficult to easily determine whether the Current Year is 2017 or 2016. In Dive into Data section -- in Key Stats category it is 2017 but in Financials category it is 2016. A suggestion to help clarify Current Year would be to include it as a display data point option available in both the Screener and Compare Competitors sections.

Richard Gordon 6 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 6 months ago 1

The platform is looking really good! There is a lot of stuff there to assimilate so need to play with it for a while. But kudos on all the work you guys have done.

Under review
Ra'uf Glasgow 6 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 6 months ago 1

I often use "exclude" or "do not include" in other screeners to eliminate companies that are in a specific industry where the screener may not work (i.e. financials) or to reduce downside risk (i.e. M score five factor model failure). It would be super useful to exclude some elements as well as include them.

The screener is looking great. Thanks.

adelinme 7 months ago • updated 6 months ago 2

I've subscribe to see what's the data you have on some of the Canadian companies I want to invest to and realize...you have little if any at all...To me, this is the only thing missing that would make the platform exponentially valuable.

rfbtech 7 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 6 months ago 1

Allow me to enter a portfolio and create a table with the ticker and the four scores

newt007 8 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 8 months ago 1
David F 10 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 10 months ago 1
Richard Gordon 10 months ago • updated by Jae Jun 10 months ago 1

This is just the tip of the iceberg of what can be accomplished. I think if you have a free version of this site, say for the Dow 30 stocks so that prospective investors can come have a look at what is possible you would probably draw a lot of interest.

Also eventually you might incorporate an online stock forum like Seeking Alpha so that investors could discuss analysis of various stocks, it might make Old School Value a hub of interesting analysis and ideas. (Of course, that is probably a huge undertaking in itself so you might want to leave it until later.)

Also suggest watermarking your graphs with the Old School Value logo. If people take a screen capture and use it on Seeking Alpha its good free advertising for Old School Value.

vunanyan 11 months ago 0

data inputs for WACC, including CAPM. You can possibly have an optional beta feature, or default to industry from a reputable source.