In our screener, you can use as many or as few criteria as you want. If you need inspiration, click on the cloud icon in the upper right corner and choose our predefined set of criteria. You can also save and load your own set of criteria here.
Now let's fill in some requirements:
- Countries, sectors,and industries are apparent and don't require further explanation. If you leave these fields empty, the screener will consider all stock exchanges and industries searching for your companies.
- Market cap is the minimum or maximum threshold for capitalization. We suggest using SCRAB to analyze companies with at least a few billion dollars of the market cap because usually, there are not so many analysts covering small-cap companies, and the quality of data is poor, but it's really up to you. By the way, you can type the "b" for billions or "m" for millions here.
- EPS Average Estimated Annual Growth in the Next 2 Years is the first default requirement in our screener used just as an example. You can keep it, or you can get rid of it. Let's keep it and set the minimum threshold for 15%. That threshold means that the screener will filter out all companies that do not meet that criterium (their average forecasted EPS growth is no more than 15% a year on average). We do not want to set the maximum threshold here.
- Revenue Average Estimated Annual Growth in the Next 2 Years is the second default requirement in our screener used just as an example. You can keep it, or you can get rid of it. Let's keep it and set a little less rigorous requirement here because revenues typically rise slower than the EPS.
- Using the button "Add criteria" we can add and set up many additional requirements. For now, let's add just one as an example, which is Debt to Assets. This time, we want to set up not the minimum, but the maximum threshold, so all companies with at least 0.5$ debt on 1$ assets (which is 50% or more) are excluded from our list.
- Let's click the Run button and see what happens.
This is the view you'll probably see:
From here, you can:
- Sort the list by clicking on the particular header of the table
- Filter the list further by setting more logical conditions
- Copy the results to a clipboard
- Export the results to a CSV file
- Go to the following steps, which are:
- Displaying total scores for all of the companies found
- Showing detailed scores for a max of 15 companies
- Viewing the companies in the Master Chart tool
- Viewing the companies in the Multi Chart tool
Click on the links above to go to the appropriate manual for further details.
Good to know
To select multiple companies, single-click on as many individual company lines as you want:
If you want to select all visible companies at once, press and hold the left Shift button and then click the last company on the list to select all of them.