Monday, June 25, 2007

Comeback Stocks - Stock Screen

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 what I found.

This screen looks for out of favor large caps. The screen looks for the largest members of the S&P 500 who have had a negative return in the last year. The 10 with the greatest precent change are then considered. Here are the parameters for the screen:

Screening Parameter: S&P Index Membership = S&P 500

Screening Parameter: Market Capitalization >=$10,000,000,000

Screening Parameter: Last Price >= 5

Screening Parameter: 52-week price change percentage: <= 0

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


OptionPundit said...

Thanks for sharing this Steven. MSN deluxe is one of my most preferred screener. And the best part is, it's free :)

Cheers and profitable trading,

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