cap 
Market Capitalization, millions 
cap > 100
Market Capitalization is greater than 100 million 
shares_out 
Shares Outstanding, millions 
shares_out > 100
Shares Outstanding is greater than 100 million 
float_shares 
Float Shares, millions 
float_shares > 100
Float Shares is greater than 100 million 
eps 
Earnings Per Share 
eps > 5
EPS is greater than 5 
pe 
Price / Earnings ratio 
pe < 15 
roe 
Return on Equity, % 
roe > 15
Return on Equity is greater than 15% 
roa 
Return on Assets, % 
roa > 15
Return on Assets is greater than 15% 
roic 
Return on Invested Capital, % 
roic > 15
Return on Invested Capital is greater than 15% 
revenue 
Revenue, millions 
revenue > 10000
Revenue is greater than ten billion 
rps 
Revenue Per Share 
rps > 5
Revenue Per Share is greater than 5 
ebitda 
EBITDA, millions; Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization (millions) 
ebitda > 10000
EBITDA is greater than ten billion 
enterprise_ebitda 
Enterprise Value / EBITDA ratio 
enterprise_ebitda < 25 
enterprise_ebit 
Enterprise Value / EBIT ratio 
enterprise_ebit < 25 
enterprise_revenue 
Enterprise Value / Revenue ratio 
enterprise_revenue < 25 
* Fundamental indicators are calculated based on Trailing Twelve Months data

Financial Ratios

leverage_ratio 
Leverage Ratio 
leverage_ratio < 5 
current_ratio 
Current Ratio 
current_ratio > 1 
interest_cover 
Interest Coverage Ratio 
interest_cover > 5 
price_book_ratio 
Price / Book Ratio 
price_book_ratio < 50 
price_tangible_book_ratio 
Price / Tangible Book Ratio 
price_tangible_book_ratio < 50 
price_cash_ratio 
Price / Cash Flow Ratio 
price_cash_ratio < 30 
price_free_cash_ratio 
Price / Free Cash Flow Ratio 
price_free_cash_ratio < 30 
debt_equity_ratio 
Debt / Equity Ratio 
debt_equity_ratio < 2 
price_sales_ratio 
Price / Sales Ratio 
price_sales_ratio < 10 
ptpm 
PreTax Profit Margin, % 
ptpm > 25
PreTax Profit Margin is greater than 25% 
peg_ratio 
PEG Ratio, 5year expected 
peg_ratio < 5 
* Fundamental indicators are calculated based on Trailing Twelve Months data

Financial Strength indicators

altman_z_score 
Altman ZScore 
altman_z_score > 3 
piotroski_f_score 
Piotroski FScore 
piotroski_f_score >= 7 
beneish_m_score 
Beneish MScore 
beneish_m_score < 2.22 
price_intrinsic_ratio 
Price to Intrinsic Value ratio. For the Intrinsic Value calculation, the Free Cash Flow valuation model is used. 
price_intrinsic_ratio < 1
Price to Intrinsic Value is less than 1. It means the stock's price is less than its intrinsic value. Thus, in this example, we want to find undervalued stocks. 
price_lynch_ratio 
Price to Peter Lynch Fair Value ratio 
price_lynch_ratio < 1
Price to Lynch Fair Value is less than 1. It means the stock's price is less than its Lynch Fair Value. Thus, in this example, we want to find undervalued stocks. 
price_graham_ratio 
Price to Graham Number ratio 
price_graham_ratio < 1
Price to Graham Number is less than 1. It means the stock's price is less than its Graham Number. Thus, in this example, we want to find undervalued stocks. 
shiller_pe_ratio 
Shiller P/E Ratio (a.k.a. CAPE) 
shiller_pe_ratio < 15 
target 
1year target price, analysts estimated 
target > 0.2 * price
1year target price is at least 20% higher than the current price 
* Fundamental indicators are calculated based on Trailing Twelve Months data

Demand and supply

short_ratio 
Short Ratio; the number of shares of a security that investors have sold short divided by average daily volume of the security 
short_ratio < 2 
short_perc 
Short % of Float; percentage of shares that shortsellers have borrowed from the float 
short_perc < 5
Short % of Float is less than 5% 
To industry ratios

tip_eps 
EPS to Industry Average, % 
tip_eps > 100
EPS to industry average ratio is greater than 100%. In this example, we want to find stocks with EPS above the industry average. 
tip_pe 
P/E to Industry Average, % 
tip_pe < 100
P/E to industry average ratio is less than 100%. In this example, we want to find stocks with EPS below the industry average. 
tip_roe 
ROE to Industry Average, % 
tip_roe > 200
ROE to industry average ratio is greater than 200%. In this example, we want to find stocks with ROE at least twice above the industry average. 
tip_price_book_ratio 
Price/Book to Industry Average, % 
tip_price_book_ratio < 100 
tip_price_sales_ratio 
Price/Sales to Industry Average, % 
tip_price_sales_ratio < 100 
tip_price_cash_ratio 
Price/Cash to Industry Average, % 
tip_price_cash_ratio < 100 
tip_debt_equity_ratio 
Debt/Equity to Industry Average, % 
tip_debt_equity_ratio < 100 
tip_ptpm 
PreTax Profit Margin to Industry Average, % 
tip_ptpm > 100 
tip_revenue 
Revenue to Industry Average, % 
tip_revenue > 100 
tip_ebitda 
EBITDA to Industry Average, % 
tip_ebitda > 100 
tip_price 
Price to Industry Average, % 
tip_price < 100 
Dividend

dps 
Dividend per Share 
dps > 10 
dvd_yield 
Dividend Yield 
dvd_yield > 2 
dvd_rate 
Dividend Rate 
dvd_rate > 1 
dvd_payout_ratio 
Dividend Payout Ratio 
dvd_payout_ratio > 30 
Quarterly data

eps_qtr 
Earnings Per Share (mrq) 
eps_qtr > 5
The most recent quarter's EPS is greater than 5 
net_income_qtr 
Net Income, millions 
net_income_qtr > 10000
The most recent quarter's Net Income is greater than ten billion 
ebitda_qtr 
EBITDA (mrq), millions 
ebitda_qtr > 10000
The most recent quarter's EBITDA is greater than ten billion 
revenue_qtr 
Revenue (mrq), millions 
revenue_qtr > 10000
The most recent quarter's Revenue is greater than ten billion 
rps_qtr 
Revenue Per Share (mrq) 
rps_qtr > 5
The most recent quarter's Revenue Per Share is greater than 5 
shares_out_qtr 
Shares Outstanding (mrq), millions 
shares_out_qtr > 100000
The most recent quarter's Shares Outstanding is greater than 100 billion 
price_qtr 
Share Price 
price_qtr > 100
Share Price is greater than 100. The value corresponds to the quarterly reporting period's last day's closing price. 
* You can also refer to the previous quarter's data using the appropriate array index. For example, eps_qtr[0] or simply eps_qtr stands for the most recent quarter's data, eps_qtr[1] means previous quarter's data, eps_qtr[2] means preprevious quarter's data, and so on.

YearOverYear performance

eps_yoy 
YOY EPS Growth, % 
eps_yoy > 20
Yearoveryear Earnings Per Share growth is greater than 20% 
net_income_yoy 
YOY Net Income Growth, % 
net_income_yoy > 20
Yearoveryear Net Income growth is greater than 20% 
ebitda_yoy 
YOY EBITDA Growth, % 
ebitda_yoy > 20
Yearoveryear EBITDA growth is greater than 20% 
revenue_yoy 
YOY Revenue Growth, % 
revenue_yoy > 20
Yearoveryear Revenue growth is greater than 20% 
rps_yoy 
YOY RPS Growth, % 
rps_yoy > 20
Yearoveryear Revenue Per Share growth is greater than 20% 
* Yearoveryear performance is calculated by comparing the most recent quarter's data to the same quarter's previous year's data.
** You can also refer to the previous quarter's yearoveryear data using the appropriate array index. For example, eps_yoy[0] or simply eps_yoy stands for the most recent quarter's yearoveryear performance, eps_yoy[1] means the previous quarter's yearoveryear performance, eps_yoy[2] means preprevious quarter's yearoveryear performance, and so on.

QuarterOverQuarter performance

eps_qoq 
QOQ EPS Growth, % 
eps_qoq > 10
Quarteroverquarter Earnings Per Share growth is greater than 20% 
net_income_qoq 
QOQ Net Income Growth, % 
net_income_qoq > 10
Quarteroverquarter Net Income growth is greater than 20% 
ebitda_qoq 
QOQ EBITDA Growth, % 
ebitda_qoq > 10
Quarteroverquarter EBITDA growth is greater than 20% 
revenue_qoq 
QOQ Revenue Growth, % 
revenue_qoq > 10
Quarteroverquarter Revenue growth is greater than 20% 
rps_qoq 
QOQ RPS Growth, % 
rps_qoq > 10
Quarteroverquarter Revenue Per Share growth is greater than 20% 
* Quarteroverquarter performance is calculated by comparing the most recent quarter data to the previous quarter's data.
** You can also refer to the previous quarter's Quarteroverquarter performance using the appropriate array index. For example, eps_qoq[0] or simply eps_qoq stands for the most recent quarter's Quarteroverquarter performance, eps_qoq[1] means the previous quarter's Quarteroverquarter performance, eps_qoq[2] means preprevious quarter's Quarteroverquarter performance, and so on.

Annual data

eps_y 
Earnings Per Share 
eps_y > 15
Last fiscal year's Earnings Per Share is greater than 15 
net_income_y 
Net Income, millions 
net_income_y > 50000
Last fiscal year's Net Income is greater than fifty billion 
ebitda_y 
EBITDA, millions 
ebitda_y > 50000
Last fiscal year's EBITDA is greater than fifty billion 
ebit_y 
EBIT, millions 
ebit_y > 50000
Last fiscal year's EBIT is greater than fifty billion 
ev_y 
Enterprise Value, millions 
ev_y > 100000
Last fiscal year's Enterprise Value is greater than 100 billion 
revenue_y 
Revenue, millions 
revenue_y > 50000
Last fiscal year's Revenue is greater than fifty billion 
rps_y 
Revenue Per Share 
rps_y > 15
Last fiscal year's Revenue Per Share is greater than 15 
roe_y 
Return On Equity, % 
roe_y > 15
Last fiscal year's Return On Equity is greater than 15% 
roa_y 
Return On Assets, % 
roa_y > 15
Last fiscal year's Return On Assets is greater than 15% 
roic_y 
Return On Invested Capital, % 
roic_y > 15
Last fiscal year's Return On Invested Capital is greater than 15% 
free_cash_flow_y 
Free Cash Flow, millions 
free_cash_flow_y > 10000
Last fiscal year's Free Cash Flow is greater than ten billion 
debt_equity_y 
Debt / Equity Ratio 
debt_equity_y < 2
Last fiscal year's Debt / Equity Ratio is less than 2 
buyback_yield_y 
Buyback Yield, % 
buyback_yield_y > 3
Last fiscal year's Buyback Yield is greater than 3% 
dvd_yield_y 
Dividend Yield, % 
dvd_yield_y > 2
Last fiscal year's Dividend Yield is greater than 2% 
dpr_y 
Dividend Payout Ratio, % 
dpr_y > 20
Last fiscal year's Dividend Payout Ratio is greater than 20% 
shares_out_y 
Shares Outstanding, millions 
shares_out_y > 100000
Last fiscal year's Shares Outstanding is greater than 100 billion 
price_y 
Share Price 
price_y > 100
Share Price is greater than 100. The value corresponds to the annual reporting period's last day's closing price. 
* You can also refer to the previous fiscal year's data using the appropriate array index. For example, eps_y[0] or simply eps_y stands for the most recent fiscal year's data, eps_y[1] means previous fiscal year's data, eps_y[2] means preprevious fiscal year's data, and so on.

5Year Annual Growth (CAGR)

eps_5y_growth 
Earnings Per Share 5Year Annual Growth, % 
eps_5y_growth > 20
Earnings Per Share 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
net_income_5y_growth 
Net Income 5Year Annual Growth, % 
net_income_5y_growth > 20
Net Income 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
ebitda_5y_growth 
EBITDA 5Year Annual Growth, % 
ebitda_5y_growth > 20
EBITDA 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
ebit_5y_growth 
EBIT 5Year Annual Growth, % 
ebit_5y_growth > 20
EBIT 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
ev_5y_growth 
Enterprise Value 5Year Annual Growth, % 
ev_5y_growth > 20
Enterprise Value 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
revenue_5y_growth 
Revenue 5Year Annual Growth, % 
revenue_5y_growth > 20
Revenue 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
rps_5y_growth 
Revenue Per Share 5Year Annual Growth, % 
rps_5y_growth > 20
Revenue Per Share 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
roe_5y_growth 
Return On Equity 5Year Annual Growth, % 
roe_5y_growth > 20
Return On Equity 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
roa_5y_growth 
Return On Assets 5Year Annual Growth, % 
roa_5y_growth > 20
Return On Assets 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
roic_5y_growth 
Return On Invested Capital 5Year Annual Growth, % 
roic_5y_growth > 20
Return On Invested Capital 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
free_cash_flow_5y_growth 
Free Cash Flow 5Year Annual Growth, % 
free_cash_flow_5y_growth > 20
Free Cash Flow 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
debt_equity_5y_growth 
Debt / Equity Ratio 5Year Annual Growth, % 
debt_equity_5y_growth > 20
Debt / Equity Ratio 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
buyback_yield_5y_growth 
Buyback Yield 5Year Annual Growth, % 
buyback_yield_5y_growth > 20
Buyback Yield 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
dvd_yield_5y_growth 
Dividend Yield 5Year Annual Growth, % 
dvd_yield_5y_growth > 20
Dividend Yield 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
dpr_5y_growth 
Dividend Payout Ratio 5Year Annual Growth, % 
dpr_5y_growth > 20
Dividend Payout Ratio 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
shares_out_5y_growth 
Shares Outstanding 5Year Annual Growth, % 
shares_out_5y_growth > 20
Shares Outstanding 5year compound annual growth rate is greater than 20% 
* You can also refer to the previous fiscal year's 5Year Annual Growth data using the appropriate array index. For example, eps_5y_growth[0] or simply eps_5y_growth stands for the most recent fiscal year's EPS 5Year Annual Growth, eps_5y_growth[1] means previous fiscal year's EPS 5Year Annual Growth, eps_5y_growth[2] means preprevious fiscal year's EPS 5Year Annual Growth, and so on.

5Year Averages

eps_5y_avg 
Earnings Per Share 5Year Average 
eps_5y_avg > 15
Earnings Per Share 5year average is greater than 15 
net_income_5y_avg 
Net Income 5Year Average 
net_income_5y_avg > 50000
Net Income 5year average is greater than fifty billion 
ebitda_5y_avg 
EBITDA 5Year Average 
ebitda_5y_avg > 50000
EBITDA 5year average is greater than fifty billion 
ebit_5y_avg 
EBIT 5Year Average 
ebit_5y_avg > 50000
EBIT 5year average is greater than fifty billion 
ev_5y_avg 
Enterprise Value 5Year Average 
ev_5y_avg > 100000
Enterprise Value 5year average is greater than 100 billion 
revenue_5y_avg 
Revenue 5Year Average 
revenue_5y_avg > 50
Revenue 5year average is greater than fifty billion 
rps_5y_avg 
Revenue Per Share 5Year Average 
rps_5y_avg > 15
Revenue Per Share 5year average is greater than 15 
roe_5y_avg 
Return On Equity 5Year Average 
roe_5y_avg > 20
Return On Equity 5year average is greater than 20% 
roa_5y_avg 
Return On Assets 5Year Average 
roa_5y_avg > 20
Return On Assets 5year average is greater than 20% 
roic_5y_avg 
Return On Invested Capital 5Year Average 
roic_5y_avg > 20
Return On Invested Capital 5year average is greater than 20% 
free_cash_flow_5y_avg 
Free Cash Flow 5Year Average 
free_cash_flow_5y_avg > 100000
Free Cash Flow 5year average is greater than 100 billion 
debt_equity_5y_avg 
Debt / Equity Ratio 5Year Average 
debt_equity_5y_avg < 2
Debt / Equity Ratio 5year average is less than 2 
buyback_yield_5y_avg 
Buyback Yield 5Year Average 
buyback_yield_5y_avg > 3
Buyback Yield 5year average is greater than 3% 
dvd_yield_5y_avg 
Dividend Yield 5Year Average 
dvd_yield_5y_avg > 2
Dividend Yield 5year average is greater than 2% 
dpr_5y_avg 
Dividend Payout Ratio 5Year Average 
dpr_5y_avg > 20
Dividend Payout Ratio 5year average is greater than 20% 
shares_out_5y_avg 
Shares Outstanding 5Year Average 
shares_out_5y_avg > 100000
Shares Outstanding 5year average is greater than 100 billion 
* You can also refer to the previous fiscal year's 5Year Average data using the appropriate array index. For example, eps_5y_avg[0] or simply eps_5y_avg stands for the most recent fiscal year's EPS 5Year Average, eps_5y_avg[1] means previous fiscal year's EPS 5Year Average, eps_5y_avg[2] means preprevious fiscal year's EPS 5Year Average, and so on.
