Scoring Models

All you need to know to build and use the Scoring Models tool

Introduction to scoring models

An automated scoring model of some kind is the most disruptive and unique thing that SCRAB has to offer. The whole idea of scoring models is to define your criteria of what a "good stock" means to you, convert these criteria into numbers, and let ...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

Setting up predefined scoring model

You can create strategies either from scratch or based on existing templates. This section explains the procedure to create a strategy using an existing template. 1. Navigate to Strategy  >  Create New Strategy  on the  Navigation Menu . The  Cre...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

Building your own scoring model

You need at least one scoring model up and running to take full advantage of our systems. No doubt about it. The only question is whether you're going to use one of our preconfigured models or build your own unique scoring model.  This article e...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

Different types of rules you can use

When adding a new rule to the scoring model, you need to decide what kind of rule you want to apply. Think of it as a logical expression or an instruction given to our algorithms on how to approach and score the particular metric. We have preconfi...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

How to configure different types of rules

All of the rules in the scoring models have something in common and a few things that are different.  These are things that are repeated in every rule: Name & Category Choosing the Name is up to you, as well as the Category , but we suggest usi...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

Configuring the advanced settings

You can configure the advanced settings of a strategy including the number of years required since the company issued IPO, the tolerance for low scores and missing data of companies, green score threshold, and red score threshold. 1. On the  Strat...

Avatar

By Mike Darkowski

February 15, 2023

How to add a new rule or configure existing one?

If you need a full guide on how to create a full scoring model from scratch and add your first rule to it, please refer to the article: Building your own scoring model In other case, below you can find only a short tip on how to add/adjust/delete...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

How to copy, delete and configure the model

Click on the Scoring top menu, choose the scoring model you want to configure, and click the Configure Tab. You should see something like this: Make sure you're working on the desired model. Double-check its name in the upper left corner.  Below t...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

Adjusting the Auto-Channel Rule for a company

When configuring the Metric Value in Historical Range Rule, you'll notice two possibilities: to draw a horizontal or diagonal Auto-Channel. In most cases, one of these will be enough. But in rare situations, you might want to adjust the channel au...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

February 22, 2023

Additional options to My Companies list

There are a few additional semi-advanced options and tools that you might want to apply to your company list in any scoring model. You can find them in the upper right corner: First, you have the Filter icon, which allows you to... apply filters...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

How to use the Quick Score tool

The Quick Score tool allows you to quickly check the total scoring for multiple companies without adding them to any scoring model (that is, without using up your 1000/2000 quota). To access the tool, go to the Scoring top menu, select the desired...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023

How to use the Scores Breakdown tool

The Scores Breakdown tool allows you to compare many different companies in detail without actually adding them to any scoring model (that is, without using up your 1000/2000 quota). The main difference between the Quick Score  and Scores Breakd...

Avatar

By Tomasz Trela

March 2, 2023