Change Log

November 2020

New ratio for median sales growth of 10 years

Added a new ratio called: Sales growth 10years median

It is pretty useful to find companies with consistent growth. It is best used together with CAGR ratio.

Example query:
Sales growth 10years median > 10% AND
Sales growth 10Years > 15%

Updated import / export trade data till September 2020

Data related to HS wise imports and exports has been updated till September 2020.

Added EPS and delta on latest results page

Latest results page
The page for latest quarterly results not shows the change in sales and EPS. Also added price for each company.

Added buy backs in corporate actions

Corporate actions (in the balance sheet section) didn't include buy-backs earlier. Now they include buy backs too. All corporate actions are shown since 2005.
Buy backs are included in corporate actions

October 2020

New design for picking columns

Added new Ratios Gallery for choosing columns
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Added new performance chart

We have added a new chart that shows last 50-60 quarters at a glance. It shows the volatility in numbers and margins. It is pretty addictive once we get used to it.
Performance chart of companies with quarterly sales and margins
We borrowed this chart from Sandeep who often shared this graph on ValuePickr. Thanks to him for also doing a short chat on how he uses this graph.

New design of Screener

The new design organises the content into "cards". It makes things easier to find and scan. Plus we made a lot of changes to make the pages more friendly on mobiles and tablets.

We have also changed the font to make it more readable. It works particularly well on small devices. We have also added a new "dark mode" which is easier on eyes during night.
Screener new design with dark mode
The new design focuses on organisation and simplicity. It also gives us some space to add new content in future 😉. 

Thanks to Vishnu for the brilliant design work.

September 2020

New ratios

We have added new ratios for:
Average EBIT 5Year
Average EBIT 10Year
Advance from Customers
The average EBIT ratios are useful for filtering companies where the earnings have suddenly fallen. This was often used by Ben Graham in his book "Security Analysis".

Advance from Customers is a very powerful ratios for finding companies with float.