For a growth investor we want to see EPS growth % for current year and next year so then we can compare this growth with the industry growth. Knowing this helps to determine if i want to spend my time to investigate further for this company.
EPS growth F1 = 20%
EPS growth F2 = 30%
Calculation is simple, using consensus estimates.
It think it would be very productive to have something like invest tools "Big Chart"
. To will help identify at a glance to industries to screen for possible value. Thxs
The stock database or rating_database page shows this formatting bug, but the csv export is correct.
Put up a shortlist section (much like the portfolio section but without the need to insert transactions)
The suggestion is to create a shortlist section emulating a porfolio from the day the ticker is shortlisted without the need to insert transactions. Would be easier to follow-up potential acquisitions instead of having to keep them written somewhere else than in the own OSV environment.
Can OSV please show historical PEGs? Like, in the Key Facts, show what the PEG was throughout the years. just like PE and the EV/EBIT from 2012-2017 etc. It is not helpful for companies that aren't well known or small, but very helpful for mid caps and up.
I think I sent an E-mail a while back on this, but could you guys perhaps add a Shareholder yield (Dividend + Debt Pay Down + Share buyback)? It's a better way yield than dividends in many ways and it shows how the company is adding value to the shareholder.
The second metric I would really like to see is the Price to Product Research Ratio. It would just show the R &D relative to the current price. (An amazing metric to combine with the Price to Sale ratio)!
Thanks for your time Jae! :)
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