This screen provides a selection of stocks that may be of interest to the value investor. Be sure to read the accompanying article for more detailed explanations regarding the use of the filters.
Using our stock screener to find the best value stocks
Simply put, the value investor specifically looks for companies whose market value (stock price) is lower than their current intrinsic value.
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A description of the fundamental filters related to valuation, like price/earnings, price/book, peg ratio
Investors come in different styles and sizes. In this article we take a look at four different fundamental screens that can serve as a basis for building your own investment portfolio with ChartMill. I'll explain what each style entails and what basic filters you can use in ChartMill to get a first basic selection.
In this video, I use the stock screener to arrive at a basic list of high-quality value stocks of interest to value investors.
The lower the Price to Earnings ratio, the cheaper the company and the more likely it is that the company in question is undervalued.
The same percentage is used as an outlook for the next year.
The current ratio measures the extent to which a company is able to meet its short-term financial obligations that fall due within one year (current liabilities)?
Debt / equity is used to determine the level of debt of a company. The total debt is compared with equity to understand the extent to which debt is used as a leverage to finance a company. Too much debt constitutes a risk in more volatile times if a company can no longer meet its obligations.
Companies that pay dividends will generally be considered to be on a more stable growth path.
If profits can be increased over several years, it is a good indication that it is a safe company which reduces your risk.
To properly compare results, it is best to use a custom table view (more info in the article and video).