Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Investing Resource Review: Stock Screener - Turnaround Candidates

I collected a lot of stock screens this past year. Most use the free deluxe screener available at the MSN Money website. The screens are sometimes hard to find on the MSN website, so I thought I would share them.

This is a screen that attempts to find beaten-down stocks with solid appreciation prospects.

Last Price <= 0.5* 5-Year High Price Average Daily Volume, Last Qtr. >= 10,000

Last Price >= 5

Debt to Equity Ratio <= 1.5* Industry Average Return on Equity Increased Since "In the Last Year" Return on Equity >= 0

Price/Cash Flow Ratio >= 0

Last Price >= 1.10 * 200-Day Moving Average

Last Price >= 50-Day Moving Average

Here is a link to the MSN article by Harry Domash with a description of how and why the above parameters are used.


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