Fundamental Scan Types

Last modified 09:58, 19 Oct 2012

Fundmental Scan Types

Twelve Fundamental pre-computed scan types are part of the ValueGain features set.

Fundamental Experts type pre-computed scans use a number of different analyses of fundamental data to identify undervalued stocks.

For each date and market, a scan is run on all stocks on the HUBB server's data base.

precompscntabsm_fundamental.gifClick on the plus sign [+] to expand each group to view its scan types.

For each row in the scan type table, the List Name of the Scan Type together with the number of results (Count) for the day that the scan took place on (Date).

By default the date of the scan will be the current date. A previous date can be selected using the Date Selector in the Pre-computed Scan work page's Function Bar. First unselect Use Current Data, then type in or select the required date in the Search Date text box. For more information, go to the Change Date help topic.

The Scan Results displayed on the right can be filtered using the Intersection tool. To include a scan type in an intersection, select its check-box [x]. This will limit the displayed results to those which are also included for any other scan type that is also selected. For more information, go to the Filter with Intersections help topic.

Click on the minus sign [–] to collapse each group to make the selection area less cluttered.

Value group

Five Fundamental scans are included in the Value group:

Select a Fundamental scan type from the list above to go to an explanation of its objectives and methodology.

Growth group

Seven Fundamental scans are included in the Growth group:

Tom Gentile's Growth Play (available only with the Optionetics System Center module)

Select a Fundamental scan type from the list above to go to an explanation of its objectives and methodology.

Income group

Two Fundamental scans are included in the Income group:

Select a Fundamental scan type from the list above to go to an explanation of its objectives and methodology.

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