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Finding Stocks. Meeting II 2005-2006 EM-Trade. Stock Market Game. To be eligible for the $100 + prize you must add your name and login name to the post " SMG Login Names " on the Stock Market Game sub-conference (it's an editable document). www.marketocracy.com. Color. Name.

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Finding stocks

Finding Stocks

Meeting II 2005-2006

EM-Trade


Stock market game
Stock Market Game

  • To be eligible for the $100+ prize you must add your name and login name to the post "SMG Login Names" on the Stock Market Game sub-conference (it's an editable document).

    • www.marketocracy.com


Stock market game leaders

Color

Name

Portion

Consumer Discretionary

30%

Health Care

66%

Information Technology

4%

Stock Market Game Leaders

As of 12/04/05

  • Matthew Perrigino

  • Pear MBP$12.37


Stock market game leaders1
Stock Market Game Leaders

As of 12/04/05

  • Michael Kushner

  • dakush23MDK$10.80


Stock market game leaders2
Stock Market Game Leaders

As of 12/04/05

  • John MacLellan

  • jmacdizzleJGM$10.61


Places to find screeners
Places to Find Screeners

  • www.cnbc.com

  • finance.yahoo.com

    • Finance search

      • Stock Screener

  • Broker screeners

  • www.Marketwatch.com

    • Investor tools

      • Tool bar on the left


Types of stocks
Types of Stocks

  • Growth Stocks

    • A company whose earnings are expected to grow at an above average rate relative to the market

    • A growth stock usually does not pay a dividend, as the company would prefer to reinvest retained earnings in capital projects. Most technology companies are growth stocks

  • Value Stock

    • A stock that tends to trade at a lower price relative to it's fundamentals (i.e. dividends, earnings, sales, etc.) and thus considered undervalued by a value investor. Common characteristics of such stocks include a high dividend yield, low price-to-book ratio and/or low price-to-earnings ratio

  • Growth Stocks

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  • Value Stock

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Market capitalization
Market Capitalization

  • Defined: A measure of a public company's size. Market capitalization is the total dollar value of all outstanding shares.

  • Calculated: Multiply the number of shares by the current market price.

  • Small cap

    • Refers to stocks with a relatively small market capitalization. The definition of small cap can vary among brokerages, but generally it is a company with a market capitalization of between $300 million and $2 billion

  • Mid cap

    • Companies having a market capitalization between $2 billion and $10 billion

  • Large cap

    • Companies having a market capitalization between $10 billion and $200 billion


Basic parameters
Basic Parameters

  • Industry group

  • Market Cap

  • Index Membership

  • Dividend yield

  • Price/Earnings Ratio

  • Volume

  • Debt/Equity Ratio

  • Revenue growth

  • Earnings growth


Screen values growth stocks
Screen Values : Growth Stocks

  • Tech stocks

  • Varying market caps

  • No dividend yield

  • High P/E

  • Varying volume

  • High debt/equity

  • Revenue and Earnings?


Screen values value stocks
Screen Values: Value Stocks

  • No specific industry

  • Mid to Large market caps

  • Fallen member of Dow or S&P

  • Low or midrange P/E

  • Varying volume

  • Low or medium debt/equity

  • Good revenue and earnings growth