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#11
I am in the stockrover premium trial and try to make my mind up. I may be useful for the accumulation phase ;-)

Last Week I emailed Stockrover to ask for the possibility of my own metric, a Forti-Score, similar to the Piotroski F score, where one gets the number of criteria past. They answered, this option is planned for a release in the fall. Today I asked them, whether they plan to implement the CCC or the number of years of dividend raises or year of non-cuts (I would prefer this over increases  based on taking new debt). They wrote that they do not plan this, "but we always consider suggestions from our premium users".
Although I have seen SA authors doing so, now I wonder, does it make sense to score CCC stocks for their years?
Eager to hear your views, perhaps in some more appropriate part of this forum.
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#12
(07-07-2016, 03:06 PM)Forticus Wrote: Although I have seen SA authors doing so, now I wonder, does it make sense to score CCC stocks for their years?

I consider how many years a company has been raising their dividends, but it's not the end-all, be-all for me.  I tend to keep my SWAN (sleep well at night) majority of my portfolio in companies that have 20+ years of increasing dividends (JNJ, KO, etc) but I like to invest new money into faster growing companies (V, PSX, etc) that may only have 5-10 years.

And, for the record, yes PSX could be considered 25+ based on it's history with COP.  I've held COP for years and hung on to my PSX shares and have been adding ever since.  DRIP, DRIP, DRIP.
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#13
stockrover sent a note with new membership-plans (fees) : https://www.stockrover.com/blog/product-...hip-plans/
with an offer for old rates if signed before at May 30th (? not sure my understanding of this)
They seem to have done some progress since 2016. I guess, I probably take another 2 years.


Haven't done anything regarding stocks for 3,5 months now, besides of receiving dividends.
But I think it's still worth to have Stockrover set up and available whenever I would need it.
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#14
Looks like StockRover finally blocked the free tier from accessing their watchlist/portfolios. I mainly use SeekingAlpha (for news), FinViz, and StockRover, but I don't want to pay a subscription fee. What should I replace StockRover with?
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