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The best market experts and stock screens 2008-01-18

By SumOfSome | January 19, 2008

I have made a few more tweaks to the scoring method, and have combined four of the reports into one table. Click on the header of any column to sort by that column. Now that I am done developing the reports, I will create a post/page that defines how exactly this is done, and continue developing info pages for each analyst/screen.

Analyst - Screen Lifetime Recent Bull Bear
The Street - All Around 10 8 6 8
The Street - Fast Growth 9 5 7 6
ClearStation ClearPick 7 7 -2 17
Future Blue Chips 6 4 4 5
Screen of Screens 5 3 4 4
MSN Stock Scouter 4 2 4 3
The Street - LargeCap 3      
Jubak Journal 3 3 1 4
MarketWatch Most 3 5 0 6
The Street - SmallCap 2      
Fool - CAPS Rated 2 0 1 1
The Street - MidCap 0      
Fool - CAPS Leader 0 0 0 0
CNN Sivy 70 0 0 -1 0
Briefing Active Portfolio -1 0 -3 0
Peter Lynch Mimic -1 -1 -2 0
Martin Zweig Mimic -3 -3 -3 -3
Warren Buffett Mimic -5 -1 -6 -3
ClearStation Community -14 -3 -18 -8

Once all of that background info gathering is completed, I can finally begin to create posts which are backed by this wonderful data!

Topics: Screen, Status | 3 Comments »



3 Responses to “The best market experts and stock screens 2008-01-18”

  1. George Says:
    January 21st, 2008 at 10:05 pm

    No Investors Business Daily CANSLIM on here? I would find it hard to believe that they are not on this list…..or is their data really hard to find if you don’t have a subscription?

  2. SumOfSome Says:
    January 21st, 2008 at 10:26 pm

    Re: George – I have the CANSLIM rules/screen on my list of screens to add. Thanks for the suggestion, and feel free to suggest others. The parameters are readily available even for non-members. I try to add 1 new screen every 2 weeks (when I run the screens), so this method will be tracked soon. Keep in mind, after I add the screen, I wait until it has had at least 10 weeks to mature before I begin posting results for it.

  3. Jack Payne Says:
    January 28th, 2008 at 7:22 am

    This is a great cross-breed of stuff. Offhand, can’t think of a better combination. Only thing we might add is the Jose Silva School of Meditation, in case the housing bubble continues to rain debris down on our heads, and we have self-hypnotize ourselves into believing in the markets again.

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