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PEG and Price to Free Cash Flow above Market Averages
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Price/Earnings to Growth ratio, also known as the PEG ratio, is a measure of valuation of a company. The PEG ratio was made popular by Peter Lynch and it provides an easy to way to find whether a company is fairly valued, overvalued or undervalued. A stock with a...
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TSX indices - S&P/TSX composite index
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

Standard & Poor's, S&P, is well known for several stock market indexes. It releases the S&P 500 for the US market (391), the S&P/MIB for the Italian market, the S&P CNX Nifty for the Indian market (386), the S&P/ASX 200 for the Australian market and the S&P/TSX for the Canadian...
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Stocks with the highest Volume Increase
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

This screen displays stocks that had an exceptional volume increase and that are more likely to move in one way or another during the next sessions.

Using the composite function (comp), this screen returns the top 20 stocks that had the highest increase in today's volume compared to the volume of...

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Two Consecutive and Positive Earnings Surprises
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

Usually stocks respond positively to an earnings surprise. Sometimes they are up more than 10 or 20 percent and sometimes just a few percent; it all depends on the stock and more importantly on the earnings surprise number.

This screen searches for stocks that have two consecutive and positive earnings surprises....

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TSX Advance Decline
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The TSX Advance Decline item retrieves the number of advancing and declining stocks that trade in the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX. TSX is a subsidiary of the TMX Group Inc, it is based in Toronto, the largest city of Canada and it is the largest stock exchange in that country.

This...

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Low Priced Stocks After Jump UP
by pupkinus, uploaded several months ago

This screen tries to find low priced stocks that have experienced substantial run up in one day with a volume substantially higher than average for the last periods. you'd be looking to go long on the open of the next day. the screen also shows the magnitude of the move...
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Historical Stock Market Data
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Yahoo finance provides historical EOD data for several markets including US exchanges (NYSE, NASDAQ, OTCBB, Pink Sheets), EURONEXT exchanges, Sao Paulo Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange, Bombay Stock Exchange... Traders may use this item to retrieve EOD data for all stocks listed on one of the exchanges that are supported...
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