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Updated: 7 Jul 2016
posted on 15 Dec 2015  -  4,437 views
There exists hundreds of stocks in SGX and deciding what to buy next is not an easy task. In
part one of the "What to buy next?" article, I shared a few tools in SGXcafe designed to help me with this problem, including a new screener tool,
Screener added to SGXcafe about 3 weeks ago.
Screener was met with very positive response and high usage, and I received comments on how useful it was and requests to add more metrics. Therefore, I decided to spend more time improving it and have since doubled the number of metrics available to screen stocks from the initial 15 to current 30. I am happy to add more metrics if you have additional suggestions.
Updates: As of 7th July 2016, there are more than 40 different metrics.
I have also incorporated Screener to the daily market update email of SGXcafe. This would enable you to create a screener profile (or use the default profiles) and have its results sent straight to your inbox daily without having to perform the screening action manually everyday. Of course, you can always adjust your
email preferences if you prefer not to receive Screener updates.
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