Screen your way to profits with new screener
Empirical Finance has launched a simple stock screener for general usage (read, free). And it's pretty nice.In its announcement of the launch of Empirical Finance Data, the company said the site is intended to accomplish a few goals
That's cool for me -- that's what Tradestreaming is all about. Finding the tools, data and research to make more accurate -- profitable -- investment decisions. This dovetails nicely into the category we call Stock Screening 2.0 -- using technology and proven investment techniques to quantify the investment process. The screener is super simple and currently sizes stocks up in 4 ways
- Demystify quantitative long/short.
- In our mind, the only reason many fund managers can pitch overpriced products to investors, is due to a serious information asymmetry problem. We are here to shakes things up a bit.
- Currently, the only way to access quantitative long/short equity is via expensive private placement vehicles (e.g., hedge funds), expensive mutual funds, and expensive managed accounts. The key theme across all these vehicles is the following theme, “EXPENSIVE.”
- Allow “hands-on” investors an opportunity to build straight forward quantitative portfolios using high-quality data via our basic screening tools.
- Joel Greeblatt's Magic Formula
- Piotroski's F-score
- Novy-Marx's Profit and Value Score
- Cooper, Gulen and Schill's Asset Growth strategy