OK, let me think about it. We may need to create a whole Alerts tab to make this robust, but it might be overkill. However, offering things that other people don't -- like alerting based on changes to key ratios that can change over time -- is obviously important. If we move this out of the Portfolio or Screener section, it might actually be easier.
I might post a survey to see what major features current members want most, so you all can help with our prioritization.
Can you tell us a little bit about why you want this information and what you hope to use it for?
I had been thinking of implementing it in the Portfolio. That way, you can track your existing portfolio in case something hits your price target and you want to sell. Or, you could create a "target" portfolio of stocks that are interesting but would need to hit a certain price target for you to buy.
Maybe in the future we could create alerts based on arbitrary metrics besides price, but I'll have to give that more thought
Fair enough. We'll update these.
Good call. We're going to make some initial improvements to the main summary chart, and will include this. The features are finished, but we will release them later this week.
I'll wait to see if anyone else is interested in Shareholder yield.
In the meantime, you've asked for both EV to R&D and Price to R&D per share. Tell me a little more about what you're hoping to get out of them.
International expansion is something that we're considering. Our current data providers are US-only, and it's very expensive to add international markets data. Would you be prepared to spend another couple hundred per year for more markets? We're worried about recouping the investment.
You should be able to do this. It's working for me, but let know if I'm missing something!
Hi Vince, I'm not sure what a Uniform Cash Flow analysis is. Do you mean a Uniform Credit Analysis? If so, I believe this is most appropriate for lenders when evaluating whether cash flows are sufficient to cover loans, but not necessarily for valuing a company. Let me know if I'm misunderstanding you, though.
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