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jdizz  - posted
ok to limit how many stocks come up in the stock screener, what are some key facts that you sould enter into the stock screener? thanks for the help
 
jdizz  - posted
like for example what sould the percentage of (roe)be.. the percentage of annual earnings growth rate... etc..
 
R1 Man  - posted
It can be anything you want. You need to ask this under General Investing Tips and if you research the topic. I'm sure you will get pages of information. But seriously, the true answer to your question is: Only you can decide what is important. You have to consider what kind of investor you are first....then go from there.
 
T e x  - posted
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Originally posted by jdizz:
like for example what sould the percentage of (roe)be.. the percentage of annual earnings growth rate... etc..

what's your real question?

just for instance, I suspect you're asking about stop-loss.

maybe, not...maybe you're really asking a fundamental-trader question. In which case, you need to reframe your question. Here, we're mostly traders, not "investors."

best wishes,

tex
 



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