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By evankoh posted on 11 Jul 2016  -  23,423 views


Screener has always been one tool in SGXcafe that I enjoy using. With it, I can easily rank the hundreds of stocks listed in SGX based on whatever metrics I want. Which is also the reason why I decided to spend some time this weekend enhancing it.

Firstly, I added a few more metrics to it. Namely:
- Dividend Strength
- NAV / Price
- Cash / Price
- Cashflow / Price

There have been requests to rank only stocks in the portfolio or watchlist. Hence, I have also added the ability to only show stocks that are currently present in the portfolio or watchlist.

In addition, I have removed iSuggest, a tool that helps you to screen all stocks listed in SGX. It was built before Screener was available, and with the maturity of Screener, iSuggest has outlived its usefulness. I have thus removed it so that there are lesser tools for me to maintain.

In other updates, I have also added the function to send your market update emails to more than one email address. This was requested by several users who want to send their portfolio information to both themselves and their spouse (in fact, my wife and I also need this function). You can add additional email addresses here.

Happy investing!


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