User Guide: how to use the freefincal mutual fund and stock screeners

Here are three videos that describe  how to use the freefincal mutual fund and stock screeners. I did not realise that I had 60+ videos in my youtube channel!Do check them out when you have some time.

The first is the latest: How to use the mutual fund performance consistency screener published a couple of days ago.

II The second is "How to select an equity mutual fund in 30 minutes", based on the Mutual Fund Screener Version 6.0 and Freefincal Mutual Fund Screener with SIP Returns.

Google sheet compatible versions are also available.

III The third is based on the freefincal Excel Stock Screener. This does not have any audio commentary. A Google sheets edition of the stock screener is also available.

You may also wish to use the Automated Stock Analysis with Screener.in data and How to Build a Stock Screener

Do give these screeners a try and let me know if you have any feedback.  Happy Diwali to all.

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