Stock Screener: What should I use?

What stock screeners do you use? MSN money screener for example, does not have stocks from EU exchanges.

I’m using the app Teletrader. Quite good.

Back when I use to follow this method I used the Acquirers Multiple structure. The guy who created actually created an ETF (‎ZIG:NYSE). But TBH, this method is flawed in this new world of technology and reducing cost curves.

Just had a look… the website is like 90s Geocities style! I feel like I’m in a time machine.

Anyway, Trading View has a screener. Is that what you’re looking for?

TradingView. Works manually with free account. If you have a paid account you can set it to refresh at certain intervals.

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I’m quite happy with this style. :slight_smile:

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Looked into it, no EU stocks, but thank you!

so what method do you use now?

this is a good screener. Thank you!

stockopedia is my favourite one, there is a subscription fee. However their ranking system is really good and generally out perform the market.

Finviz is really good

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Seems a great source, but 550 per year to access European Stock data. At this stage, that would simply mean the subscription will exceed the return of investments, by a far lot.

Deep research with zero diversification. Or at worst 3 stocks. I focus on tech and reducing cost curves. A good example is ARK Invest, just look at their top 10 positions do you own research, buy and hold. Personally I don’t see anything with the same potential as TSLA right now. My expectation is around $5T-$10T in value in the next 10-20 years. So for me its very simple, all in, then dollar cost average every extra penny I can pour in. Unless I find something else that will compound at 40% per year for the next 10 years.

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What’s that future valuation based on?

I’m still undecided on the cost, no doubt they’ll be a great company though if they pull off what they say they will.

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Very good question. It appears to come with a margin of error the size of Apple’s market cap in either direction. I hope it works for the guy, though.

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Sorry for the delay Joe. It comes down to my expectation based on research for future cashflows. As Buffett has always said that’s all that matters. So based on that I think the business is likely to generate in excess of $2T of revenue (once at scale), I expect the profit on that to be $400B, so a 25x PE on that is $10T. Obviously these numbers can vary a lot. I still think no-one has any idea how big Tesla will be. Energy is going to likely fill 50%-75% of revenues.

Hey - I’ve replied, take a look. I have another video coming out tomorrow with my $10T valuation reasoning. All the best.

I’m very happy with yahoo finance. But I’m old skool and theres probably a lot better out there

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I like that as well, but not all EU stocks are there. Generally speaking I guess all screeners lack data for EU traded stocks relative to the US markets.

40%+ CAGR stocks imo FMCI(SPAC), WKHS, NIO, SPAQ(SPAC), SHLL(SPAC), RKT, BIGC, GP, INO, SPCE, FCEL, PLUG and so many more