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Discussion in 'Ask any question!' started by dragonflyuk, Jan 9, 2020.

  1. dragonflyuk

    dragonflyuk New Member

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    Does anybody know of a website, that will allow me to upload a list of say 2000 stocks, then filter them down by things like, RSI, Dividend Yield, etc. I'm sure I could write a quick and dirty script to do it, but surely someone has done it before?
     
  2. HerbertPigg

    HerbertPigg Member

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    What exactly do you want to know?
     
  3. dragonflyuk

    dragonflyuk New Member

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    I have a list of products available on my revolut account (list is a limited subsection of US Stocks), I already buy stocks when I have a little spare cash, but I want to do some deeper research, so it would be good to filter the stock list down, to say the with a Dividend Yield > 4% and then filter that list further using something like MACD etc, to pick good times to buy etc. So ideally I want to stack my filters, to get to a selection of stocks that I then manually research.
     
  4. TomB16

    TomB16 Well-Known Member

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    You are looking for a stock screener.

    There are lots of them on the interweb. Google for the win.
     
  5. hitman

    hitman Active Member

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    finviz.com is free, if you want you can upgrade to elite for a small fee.
     
  6. dragonflyuk

    dragonflyuk New Member

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    Thanks, guess it's a case of knowing what to phrase to google.
     
  7. dragonflyuk

    dragonflyuk New Member

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    Had a very quick play, and finviz, the only one that seems to let me start with my own list of stock, but the paste box, doesn't have enough space for my starting list, I might have to do it in stages.
     

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