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Pullback to EMA 20 during Downtrend
by Kelvin, uploaded several months ago

Screens stocks using Ketlner's Channel and MACD histogram slope.
I screen for a NEGATIVE MACD Histogram slope below the 0 reference line to prevent being too late for the pullback.
Filters stock that either have it's close lower than the -2 ATR or has a price rejection candle with the low greater...

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Stocks outperforming their Industry
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The following screen calculates the average one-month return for each stock and compares that value with the one-month return of their corresponding industry. The average industry return is calculated using the "comp" function. More info can be found on our blog posts about this composite function.

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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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Percentile Rank of PEG, Price/Free Cash Flow and Price/Sales
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

This trading screen uses three fundamental valuation ratios to create a ranking system using the composite function.

The screen consists of calculating the percentile rank of the inverse of each valuation ratio (Based on all U.S. stocks) and then returning the percentile rank of the following measure (0.4 * Percentile Rank...

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Volume Ratio Rank Screen
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

An increase in volume can be detected in several ways. For example, you can calculate the ratio of the total volume in the last five bars to the volume of the last 50 days. The higher the ratio is the higher the increase of the volume during the last days.

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Stocks with an EPS Several Times Higher than the Industry Average EPS
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

This fundamental screen looks for stocks with high earnings per share (EPS) value.

Screen Rules:
- Industry average EPS for the stock is positive
- Industry average EPS only includes stocks with a price higher than 2 ...

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Stock Correlation with its Industry - Change over time
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The screen returns the correlation of each stock with its industry for the last 250 and 30 trading days.
It displays five columns:
- Symbol: The stock symbol name
- Close: The close price at the screen date
- Return: The one-bar return of the stock ...

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