Thank you so much Jae. This is exactly what i have hoped for. This is valuable work.
Thank you Jae. Your hard work is much appreciated)
To make a long story.. short, I began learning technicals and fundamentals in 1999. Like many others at the time, I soaked IBD up, like a sponge. and made my own adjustments, like many have.
I always wanted to dig deeper into the research of the "600 Best Performing Stocks from 1952 to 2001" from one of O'Neill's books.
Jae, you have created the tools to dig deeper. Yes, by finding stocks that are strengthening fundamentally, before a big move. Of course, not all stocks stick to this pattern, but I can rattle off at least a hundred off the top of my head, that did exactly this in the past 10 years.
The key is to pinpoint when a stock is coiled like a spring. i.e. a fundamentally strong, but currently sleeping giant... and wait for the initial move.
To those who spend more time researching than trading, this addition of the quarterly numbers, would be one of the most valuable tools anywhere. Period. Why? You know the answer) To increase the probabilities of success.
In 2005, I asked IBD for historical numbers. Just like I am asking you now)
Your in depth analysis tools are much more suited to my liking. These historical quarterly numbers are essential for anyone who is looking for the next big stock to discover.... Your annual numbers and TTM already put your service in the lead, in my opinion. By adding historic quarterly numbers, you will do something that no one else has done... allowed the investor to study the critical details.
You already have the numbers by year. Spreading it out, so that we could see each quarter, would make your service that much more valuable. By not doing it... your service is still the best)
BTW Jae, I have always admired the mission you and your wife have of sponsoring children. Exactly the same mission here for several years.
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