From the top, available filters are Home, Popular Filters, My Portfolios, My Watchlists, and Search by Tickers. The Home tab allows users to quickly select, sort, and access stocks that have particular outstanding qualities. A user can sort by highest or lowest market cap, highest or lowest price change for a certain period, or highest or lowest Odds of Success according to a particular indicator.
The 'Popular Filters' feature generates a list of frequently viewed selections across each security type. The 'My Portfolios' and 'My Watchlists' tabs make it easy for users to add stocks to a personal account for easy access in the future. 'Search by Tickers' is the inverse of the Home preset, where instead of searching by a characteristic of the stock, a user can add a number of stocks to the search list in order to compare them.
Below that bar, users can select the type of security to view (stocks is pre-selected). Next to that bar, users can select the search criteria previously added to a personal account by clicking 'My Filters.' The range of options available to traders is expansive, giving ultimate flexibility for how to search for trade ideas. For example, to the right of 'My Filters,' you'll see that there are six types of searches available: Industries, Performance, Smart, Indexes, Theme, and Tickers.
These search options present the viewer with information which can also be manually added to reflect the same results. However, the 'Smart' tab provides an illustrative way to combine search criteria to generate a specific set of stocks suitable for any type of strategy or analysis. By using any of the presets along with specified search criteria, a user is able to generate and analyze a unique set of stocks or ETFs.
Once a user selects filters, it is easy to toggle between technical and fundamental analysis, fundamentals raw data, earnings and dividends data, and AI and Human Intelligence predictions on a particular stock or ETF. Definitions are available for most of the search criteria on the Screener, by clicking the 'Definitions' link right above the list of stocks resulting from the search. For more information on a particular indicator, clicking on 'Articles' under the 'Academy' tab is a good place to look. Users can search by keyword to read more about what the indicator is and how to use it. Definitions for Tickeron's proprietary indicators can be found under the Fundamental Analysis section of any stock's Summary tile.
Let's look at the Technical Analysis tab to learn how the Odds of Success are calculated for this part of the Screener.