A 'Stock Screener', as defined on Investopedia, is a tool that investors and traders can use to filter stocks based on user-defined metrics. When it comes to discovering new MicroCap stocks, one suggestion is to use a stock screener to narrow down your search. In this episode of the Planet MicroCap Podcast, our host, Robert Kraft @BobbyKKraft spoke with Tom Shaughnessy, Founder of SecretCaps.com (www.SecretCaps.com).
- What is a 'Stock Screener'?
- Why are Stock Screeners important?
- How and why Tom uses Stock Screeners
- Why Stock Screeners are important when researching MicroCap stocks
- What kind of data you can screen for when using a Stock Screener
- The differences between Stock Screeners: Paid for- vs. Free
- Conflicts of information between Stock Screeners
- How someone who has been investing for 30 years or just getting started can take advantage of the availability and using Stock Screeners
- You can follow Tom Shaughnessy @Toms_119