Online Share Selection Database
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Interactive Share Selection:
Choose your selection criteria from the statistics below:

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Selection Statistics:
Click on links below for more information about each Share Selection criteria.

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Current Date (guests) or Historical Data (subscribers only):

Strength Rating:
Current Relative Price Strength Rating

Greater than > e.g. >0 (shares in an uptrend)
<0 (shares in a downtrend)
Less than <

Strength Rating:
Share Price Strength Ranking (0-99)

Any value
0-49 (strongest shares)
50-99 (weakest shares)

Insider Trades
The number of on-market trades by Directors buying or selling shares. These are the more knowledgeable investors.

Brokers Following
The number of Brokerage firms following the company closely enough to publish Profit Forecasts.
Neglected shares tend to be under-valued.

Price / Net Tangible Assets

Greater than > e.g. <1.0 (price is less than NTA) <0.5 (price less than 50% NTA)
Less than <

Return on Equity
A high ROE indicates a very profitable business.

Greater than > e.g. >20 (greater than 20% ROE)
Less than <

High volatility shares will rise (or fall) most with stockmarket fluctuations.

Greater than > e.g. >1.0 (above average volatilit
Less than <

Price/Earnings Ratio
A low P/E ratio indicates a share may be under-valued by the market.

Greater than > e.g. <10 (price less than 10 times earnings)
Less than <

Dividend Yield
A high Dividend Yield indicates under-valuation (and an expected high income return).

Greater than > e.g. >5 (Yield greater than 5%)
Less than <

Price/Sales Ratio
A low P/S ratio indicates a share is under-valued relative to its revenues. The P/S ratio is particularly useful when there is no P/E and Yield).

Greater than > e.g. <1.0 (price less than revenues)
Less than <

Market Capitalisation

Greater than
(in $ million)
> e.g.>100 (coys bigger than $100m) or <25 (coys smaller than $25m)
Less than
(in $ million)

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