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1. How to Access Stock Screener

1.1 Access 1: 「Search」 page > Screener

1.2 Access 2: 「Markets」 tab > Explore > Stock Screener


2. About Stock Screener

2.1 Supported indicators

Currently moomoo supports 14 types of indicators: Range, Descriptive, Valuations, Shareholders, Technical, Per Share, Profitability, Growth, Efficiency, Liquidity, Cash, Broker Positions, Company Valuation, and Featured Indicators.

2.2 Save a stock screening strategy

While selecting the stock screening indicators, you can view the screening results by taping "Check Results". After you select the desired indicators, you can tap 「Save」 in the upper right corner to create a stock screening strategy and save it in the cloud.

2.3 View saved strategies

Saved strategies can be found directly on the Stock Screener page.


3. Explanations of Indicators

3.1 Range

● Markets: You can choose among the HK, US, CN, SG, JP,AU and CAmarkets.

● Exchanges: You can select exchanges.

● Stocks: All stocks including those in your watchlists are available for screening.

3.2 Descriptive

● Market Cap: the market capitalization of a stock, in the legal currency of the selected regional market.

● Price:

1) Price range: You can customize the stock price range. If you fill either of the two fields, there will be no maximum or minimum price

2) New high: You can choose between "52wk High" and "To 52wk high percentage":

52wk High: The stock price reaches a 52-week high that day.

To 52wk high percentage = (last price - 52-week high) / 52-week high

3) New low: You can choose between "52wk Low" and "PCT from 52 weeks low".

52wk Low: The stock price hits a 52-week low that day.

PCT from 52 weeks low = (last price - 52-week low) / 52-week low

● % Change: You can choose among 5Mins, Today, 5D, 10D, 20D, 60D, 120D, 250D, and YTD.

● Turnover: You can customize the range of turnover for Today.

● Volume: You can customize the range of trading volume for Today.

● Volume Ratio: You can customize the range of volume ratio for Today.

● Hand Turnover Rate: You can customize the range of hand turnover rate for Today.

● Amplitude: You can customize the range of amplitude for Today.

● Position Costs: position cost distribution, also known as cost distribution of positions in float shares. It shows the number of shares held by investors at different price levels. This indicator is estimated.

1. Profit Ratio: the ratio of the current profitable positions to the overall positions;

2. Degree of Overlap: the overlap between the 90% position interval and the 70% position interval. The higher the degree of overlap, the more concentrated the position costs and the higher the volatility of the stock price.

3.3 Valuations

● PE LYR: static P/E ratio. You can customize its range.

● PE TTM: trailing P/E ratio. You can customize its range.

● PB: P/B ratio. You can customize its range.

● PS TTM: trailing P/S ratio. You can customize its range.

● PCF TTM: trailing price cash flow ratio. You can customize its range.

● Market Cap: the market value of outstanding shares, in the legal currency of the selected regional market

● Float Market Cap: the market value of floating shares, in the legal currency of the selected regional market

3.4 Shareholders

● Shares Outstanding: a company’s number of outstanding shares. You can customize its range.

● Float: a company’s number of floating shares You can customize its range.

3.5 Technical

Supported period: 60Min, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly

● MA: You can choose between Long Alignment and Short Alignment, or customize it;

● EMA: You can choose between Long Alignment and Short Alignment, or customize it;

● KDJ: You can choose among Golden Cross, Positive Divergence, Death Cross, and Negative Divergence, or customize it;

● RSI: You can choose among Golden Cross, Positive Divergence, Death Cross, and Negative Divergence, or customize it;

● MACD: You can choose among Golden Cross, Positive Divergence, Death Cross, and Negative Divergence, or customize it;

● BOLL: You can choose among Cross above the upper band, Cross below the lower band, Cross above the middle band, and Cross below the middle band, or customize it.

3.6 Per Share

Basic EPS: It indicates how much money shareholders make for each share of stock.

Diluted EPS: It indicates how much money shareholders make for each share of stock.

NOCF Per Share: It measures a company's market performance relative to its own share capital.

3.7 Profitability

ROA TTM: It measures how much net profit is generated per unit of assets. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

EBIT TTM: Also known as Earnings Before Interest and Tax, it means profit before interest and income tax are deducted, and reflects the operating results of a company's main business. It enables investors to evaluate a project without considering the applicable income tax rate and financing costs, so as to examine the project in different capital structures. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

Operating Margin TTM: It measures a company's operating efficiency. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

Operating Profit TTM: It measures a company's actual ability to make money. The higher the indicator, the better. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

Profit to Shareholders TTM: It measures a company's profitability. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

Cash to Income Ratio TTM: It measures the quality of a company's earnings. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

ROIC: return on invested capital.

EBITDA: Short for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization, it means profit before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization, and reflects a company’s net cash flow without being affected by its capital structure and taxation.

EBIT Margin: It means the profit margin before interest and income taxes are paid. The higher the indicator value, the stronger a company's profitability from sales revenue.

EBITDA Margin: It means the ratio of EBIT plus depreciation and amortization (earnings before interest and income tax + depreciation + amortization) to sales revenue. The higher it is, the stronger a company's profitability from sales revenue.

Financial Cost Rate: It reflects the level of a company’s financial expenses.

Dividend: the portion of retained earnings that a company pays to its shareholders. Dividends are part of shareholders’ returns on investment in a joint-stock company (the other part is capital gains) and are remuneration paid to capital.

Dividend Yield: the ratio of the total dividend payment for a year to the current market price. It is a simplified form of investment yield and measures whether a company is a worthy investment.

Net profit: a company’s total current profit after deducting income tax, i.e. net profit. It measures the company’s operating efficiency.

Revenue: a company’s various incomes from sales of products or provision of labor services during its production and operation.

Gross Margin TTM: the ratio of gross profit to sales revenue (or revenue), where gross profit is the difference between revenue and operating costs corresponding to such revenue. It measures profitability.

Net Margin TTM: Also known as net profit margin on sales, it is the ratio of net profit to sales revenue, and reflects the amount of net profit brought by each currency unit of sales revenue, indicating profitability in relation to sales.

ROE: Short for Return on Equity, and also known as Profit on Equity, it is the ratio of net profit to average shareholders' equity, and is the measure of a company's net profit divided by its equity. This indicator reflects the company’s profitability in relation to its equity and measures the company’s capital utilization efficiency. The higher the indicator value, the higher the return on investment.

3.8 Growth

Net profit growth rate: It means the growth rate of a company’s current net profit compared with its previous net profit. The larger the indicator value, the stronger the profitability of the company.

Operating Revenue Growth Rate: It means the growth rate of a company’s current operating revenue compared with its previous operating revenue. The growth rate of the main business represents the increase or decrease of revenue from the main business compared with the previous year, and is an important indicator for evaluating the growth status and development ability of the company.

EBIT YoY: It reflects the year-on-year growth rate of a company's EBIT. The higher the indicator value, the better.

Operating Profit YoY: It reflects the year-over-year growth rate of a company's operating profit. The higher the indicator value, the better.

Total Assets YoY: In the case of higher return on equity (ROE), a higher growth rate of total assets indicates stronger future development of a company.

Profit to Shareholders YoY: It reflects the year-over-year growth rate of operating profit. The higher the indicator value, the better.

Profit Before Tax YoY: It reflects the year-over-year growth rate of operating profit. The higher the indicator value, the better.

EPS YoY: It measures the growth ability of dividends.

ROE YoY: It measures the growth ability of shareholders’ returns.

ROIC YoY: It measures the growth ability of return on investment.

NOCF YoY: It measures the growth ability of operating quality.

NOCF Per Share YoY: It measures the growth ability of cash flow corresponding to shareholders’ equity.

3.9 Efficiency

Operating Cash Flow TTM: It measures a company’s operating quality. (This indicator is calculated based on data in the latest financial report.)

Total Asset Turnover: It means the ratio of a company’s revenue to its total assets. The higher the indicator value, the better.

Fixed Asset Turnover: It means the ratio of a company's annual net product sales revenue to its average net value of fixed assets. It reflects the company’s turnover of fixed assets and thus measures the fixed asset utilization efficiency. A higher ratio indicates higher utilization efficiency and better utilization effect of fixed assets.

Inventory Turnover: It reflects thenumber of times inventory is sold or used, that is, the liquidity of inventory and the reasonability of inventory funds. This indicator is used to encourage companies to improve their fund usage efficiency and short-term solvency whiling ensure the continuity of production and operation.

Accounts Receivable: Too many receivables indicate that the company is not able to collect money or receivables (in particular) are overstated in the statements.

3.10 Liquidity

Debt Ratio: the ratio of a company’s total liabilities to its total assets. It measures the company’s long-term solvency.

Current Ratio: It measures a company’s ability to pay short-term liabilities. The higher the indicator value, the better.

Quick Ratio: It measures a company’s ability to pay short-term liabilities with its most liquid assets. The higher the indicator value, the better.

Current Asset Ratio: It measures a company’s amount and liquidity of its current assets.

Current Debt Ratio: It measures a company’s amount of current liabilities and debt pressure.

Equity Multiplier: It indicates a company’s debt level. The greater the equity multiplier, the higher the debt level.

Equity Ratio: It reflects whether shareholder's shareholdings are too much (or not sufficient), etc., and from another aspect, it shows the degree of a company’s operation on loan. It is one of the indicators to measure a company's long-term liquidity.

Cash and Cash Equivalents: It measures a company's cash flow position.

3.11 Cash

OCF/Sales: It measures the liquidity of revenue.

OP/EBT: It measures the percentage of profit from operation.

3.12 Broker Positions

Position Distribution: It is the ratio of top brokers' positions to all brokers' positions in a certain stock on the most recent trading day.

Position Change: It means the percentage change in the corresponding brokers' positions in a certain stock on the most recent trading day.

Number of Brokers: It means the number of brokers holding the corresponding stock on the most recent trading day.

Brokers Ranking List: It is the ranking of brokers by number of positions in the corresponding stock on the most recent trading day.

Participant Holding: It is the ratio of the corresponding brokers' positions to all brokers' positions in the corresponding stock on the most recent trading day.

Broker Position Ratio: It is the ratio of all brokers' positions to the outstanding shares on the most recent trading day.

Broker Position Change: It means the change in the ratio of all brokers' positions to the outstanding shares on the most recent trading day.

3.13Company Valuation

By Percentile: It means the position of the current valuation in history.

By Sector Ranking: It means the position of the current valuation in the sector.

By Market Ranking: It means the position of the current valuation in the market.

PE (P/E Ratio TTM) = Stock Price / Earnings per Share (Earnings Per Share = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholders of The Parent Company for The Last 12 Months / Total Number of Shares)

PB (P/B Ratio) = Stock Price / Net Asset per Share (Net Asset per Share = Shareholders' Equity / Total Number of Shares)

PS (P/S Ratio) = Stock price / Revenue per Share (Revenue per Share = Total Revenue for The Last 12 Months / Total Number of Shares)

Notes: Generally, the lower the valuation, the higher the investment value.

1. The PE Model uses the net profit indicator to calculate a company's valuation and is more applicable to companies that are stable and profitable in a long term.

2. The PS Model uses the revenue indicator to calculate a company's valuation and is more applicable to high-growth companies that are not currently profitable.

3. The PB Model uses the net asset indicator to calculate a company's valuation and is more applicable to companies with heavy assets and unstable earnings, or to cyclical industries.

4. If none of the above conditions are met, the PS Model is displayed by default.

5. The system recommends valuation models based on the calculations of relevant financial indicators. This content is for reference only and does not constitute any investment advice.

3.14 Featured Indicators

Analyst Rating: analysts’ ratings of a certain stock. There are five levels: Sell, Underperform, Hold, Outperform, and Buy.

Indicator Interpretation: The analysis of 12 indicators points to an overall trading status of a certain stock:

Hyper-Overbought: a danger signal, indicating high short-term risks.

Overbought: a warning signal, indicating a relatively pessimistic trend.

Neutral: an uncertainty signal, indicating an uncertain trend.

Oversold: a positive signal, indicating a relatively optimistic trend.

Hyper-Oversold: an opportunity signal, indicating a chance of a rebound in the short term.

Market Sentiment: It is derived by analyzing the opinion (positive, neutral, or negative) of each piece of news about a certain stock, and reflects the overall market sentiment towards the stock.

This presentation is for informational and educational use only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. Investment information provided in this content is general in nature, strictly for illustrative purposes, and may not be appropriate for all investors.  It is provided without respect to individual investors’ financial sophistication, financial situation, investment objectives, investing time horizon, or risk tolerance. You should consider the appropriateness of this information having regard to your relevant personal circumstances before making any investment decisions. Past investment performance does not indicate or guarantee future success. Returns will vary, and all investments carry risks, including loss of principal. Moomoo makes no representation or warranty as to its adequacy, completeness, accuracy or timeliness for any particular purpose of the above content.