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.
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.
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.
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.
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