after 5yr max, a column showing industry average would be very insightful.
Hi there , AMZN current assets on site shows 60.2B and current liability shows 57.8. So, I was assuming I should be getting somewhere around 2.4B. But it shows 11.48 B. Do you use another formula? Many thanks Roy
When reviewing a company's common sized statements% on the excel sheet it will help to have industry averages to compare performance such as average SGA for an industry. This idea came to me when I was reviewing Statement% and I wanted to know whether the company is paying high SGA or normal SGA.
BTW I like the "Compare Competitors" section very clear, easy to use and to the point as well as the other features. Thank you for this great work.
When I enter as stock, ie, GE, the program says the stock does not exist in the database. How can I corret this?
I have a position in HWCC that is up 40%. Yet it does not show up in the Best Performing Stock list. LZB, is however on list. It is only up 13%. Something wrong here, or am I missing something?
I would like it if there was a way to easily see the average annual return for x years. As it is now, I have to hold the mouse on the graph from year start and then at year end to see the difference. (Unless I am missing something).
The second tab in the Portfolio contains closed positions as well as current positions. It would be helpful to somehow easily view only current positions. Since I have more than 10 holdings, I can't see them all at the summary page.
As you know, I sent you the email shown below last week but never received the courtesy of a reply -- so I'll try it here:
I have often used your Quality and Value Scores as good metrics, but never the Growth Score.
This morning provides a good example of why:
BIG just reported earnings and the stock is tanking. Your Growth Score for them is B and here’s two of their 4 metrics:
Sales % Change TTM 0.1%
Sales 5 Yr +TTM CAGR % 0.2%
These sales numbers are anemic (below inflation rate), yet via your Growth Score Guide this is considered a positive growth metric. No way.
A +5% CAGR is much better growth than +0.2% (obviously), and your model needs to be nuanced enough to reflect that.
I hope you are open-minded when it comes to modifying/improving your metrics. If you are, I’d be happy to provide suggested Growth Score improvement thoughts.
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