The company website link under the research menu should go to the company's investor relations webpage instead of just the general company main page. When I click on this link it's because I'm looking for the IR info and sometimes have to hunt for it. Or, create a company IR link above the existing company website link in the research menu.1 vote
you should have a tab for directly inputting the stock high price because if the stock has no prior earnings, it is impossible to get a sensical high p/e forcast, ie ROKU. We expect earnings in the future but cannot use the SSG because of this problem3 votes
At this time we are concentrating on updates that enhance the core principles of the SSG methodology. Companies without earnings or companies with declining fundamentals are not good candidates for the SSG.
Expand Low PE input on SSG and SSG Plus to include a second decimal place; 20.56. The high PE input has two decimal places. Please expand this field for the Low PE.3 votes
Increasing precision on the low P/E or high P/E input does not increase accuracy. We encourage all users to view the SSG as an estimate and therefore P/E and price forecasts use 1 digit of precision. Thank you for pointing out the 2 digits of precision on the SSGPlus high P/E entry! We’ll get that corrected.
you get it1 vote
Hmmm. App was rewritten in 2015.
SSG Plus and SSG Core now allow for importing .itk files. It would also be nice to be able to import .ssg files. Toolkit is able to export in both the .itk and .ssg formats. Our club uses the .ssg format because one member has Stock Analyst, which is unable to import .itk files.1 vote
.SSG data files are being deprecated as they do not contain enough data to completely re-create a study in the CoreSSG or SSGPlus.
Stock Rover is a very comprehensive research facility that provides near one-stop researching. It does not offer estimates, just the data so better fit is under the Key Statistics drop down. The free version offers more than what most stock researchers would need to produce a quality stock study.20 votes
StockRover does not fit within our general guidelines for research links for a number of reasons:
1 – the site requires a sign-in by all users. The only other link that is similar to this is SeekingAlpha and that caused some serious discussion. In that case the benefit of an excellent list of transcripts outweighed the login aspect. Additionally on Seeking Alpha’s site you can still see some functionality without logging in.
2 – The direct, ticker-specific links to Stock Rover’s functionality do not work when using a phone or tablet.
3 – The information available when reviewing a specific company does not appear to be better or more comprehensive than similar information obtained on other sites.
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