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Stock Grade - Fundamental Analysis

by Brian Brown, 2411 days ago
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This item downloads a measure for U.S. stocks that tells you how likely a company is to achieve its financial goals.

Quantitative research based on public companies financial statements is conducted in order to grade each stock on its ability to achieve the most important goal, which is to maximize returns for its shareholders. The research is fundamental and it is based on measures such as sales, expenses, cash flow and income.

The grade over time of the last two years is downloaded by this item. The data is stored in a custom database "stockgrade". It is an historical database that has only two fields: Date and Grade.


To plot the grade of a stock over time in a chart:

a = GetData('stockgrade', 'grade', LastData);
Plot(a, "grade", colorBlack, chartLine, StyleSymbolNone);


Here is a trading strategy that buys a stock when its grade increases by more than 5%:

a = GetData('stockgrade', 'grade', LastData);
buy = perf(a, 1) > 5;


For more information about the data: visit marketgrader.com website.


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