Select Stocks Using the Joel Greenblatt Magic Formula

Version 3 of the freefincal excel stock screener now includes the Joel Greenblatt Magic Formula Screener. This quickly allows you to select quality companies available at attractive prices. The screening can be done index-wise. sector-wise and market-cap-wise. The financial data is obtained from Value Research and the multiple screens available have been created with the help…

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Download new versions: Robo advisory template + Stock analyzer + Mutual Fund Tracker

This is a triple update announcement. Download new versions of the  (1) freefincal robo advisory template  – this gives you a start-to-finish investment plan; (2) Automated Mutual Fund and Financial Goal Tracker – this allows you to dynamically track your mutual fund investments and associated goals; (3) Automated Stock Analyzer with MorningStar financials – value a stock in…

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Pros & Cons of Finding Stocks with Earnings Power for Long-Term Profits

In this guest post, R. Srivatsan discusses the pros and cons of using a stock valuation technique known as Earnings Power Box, introduced by Hewitt Heiserman, Jr, in his book,  “It’s Earnings That Count: Finding Stocks with Earnings Power for Long-Term Profits”. Regular readers maybe aware that Srivatsan has already introduced the technique in his first post:  It’s…

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Automated Earnings Power Stock Analysis With Screener.in data

The freefincal automated stock analyzer (screener.in edition) now has now auto-generates Hewitt Heiserman Jr.’s Earnings Power Box, thanks to efforts of R. Srivatsan, who explained how to identify good business from bad one using it: It’s Earnings That Count: Forget the next Infy; Can you identify the next Satyam? I had previously published a version that uses morningstar…

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