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Jae Jun 1 year ago • updated 6 months ago 2

idea is to create an empty slate for people who want to create and keep their own valuation models.


This will eliminate your need to update formulas when I make changes to the spreadsheet.


Jae,


This suggestion parallels the suggestion I had regarding putting the financial statements into a format that I was taught while working for Gabelli & Co. It combines quarterly with annual financial statements in an intuitive manner that makes it much easier to discern the business trends in the financial statements.


Several months ago I emailed you a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet which outlined the desired format. I know you are busy working on higher priority projects (notably, the OSV screener). So if there is any way I could do some grunt work to help on the project, I would be happy to. For example, I already have a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet built in the desired format. All that needs to be done is to put the proper formulas into each cell. If you could provide me with a list of mneumonic codes of all the quarterly financial data items used to access the Edgar database, along with a sample formula that goes into a few of the cells, and I would be happy to complete putting formulas into the spreadsheet. You could then insert the spreadsheet into your existing OSV Stock Analyzer as a separate sheet.


How does this sound?

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Hi Fletcher,

There's no API at the moment to easily plug formulas unless you do the regular excel functions.


Here's what I suggest, with the existing spreadsheet.
  • create a new tab
  • unhide "StatementsDataEOL" as it houses all the data on the spreadsheet each time a stock is pulled. This is your starting point and base.
  • With the new tab, link back to the StatementsDataEOL by typing in = in a cell then clicking on the desired cell from StatementsDataEOL
  • This way, you can build out the format you sent me