Picking stocks with Piotroski F score

24 July 2018|

The Piotroski score is a discrete score between 0-9 which reflects nine criteria used to determine the strength of a firm's financial position. It is used to determine the best value stocks, nine being the best. The score was named after Chicago Accounting Professor, Joseph Piotroski who devised the scale according to specific criteria found in the financial statements. [...]

This can help you make better investment decisions – Piotroski F-Score

21 September 2016|

An unknown research paper In a research paper, written in 2000, an unknown accounting professor from the University of Chicago developed and successfully tested a ranking system where, with the use of a few simple accounting based ratios he convincingly proved that it can help you make better investment decisions. Remarkable is that this information [...]

Some of the undervalue share listed in KLSE…

20 August 2016|

On this wonderful weekend I have run some screener and did analysis with TRV Stock Analyzer to list down some of the possibly undervalued share listed in Bursa based on several criteria: 1. EV/EBIT Enterprise value to earnings before interest and tax (EV/EBIT) is a way of deciding whether a share is cheap (a low [...]