Your comments

When looking at it overall, the growth stocks There are also other stocks that have done very well so there seems to be some selective bias.

Because it's not a linear system, there are some counter intuitive factors which requires a lot of testing.

We don't define a stock with a Pio F score of 4 but a CAGR of 5% is better in growth than a stock with a Pio F score of 8 with 0.3% growth. Since we are trying to eliminate low quality stocks as the first criteria and rank them, it's not as easy as just comparing numbers linearly.

working on some additional fixes to improve this.

Fixed and released in last weeks version.

@Jay

investigating

Understand the need. Unfortunately, we don't have that data set for now.

Yes will be doing more updates as I'll be more active with this portfolio. Will keep you posted on the blog and email.

@ironsights,

These stocks are not supported because there is no financial data associated with it. If you look up their sec filings, you'll see what I mean.

https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?action=getcompany&CIK=0001665059&owner=exclude&count=40&hidefilings=0


They have only filed to register on the exchanges.

Definitely not something I want to be discussing daily. And for legal reasons of not wanting people to copy, it's only going to be updated a few times a year. Thinking of making a separate page for it as it's not good practice to force load a portfolio onto people's accounts.