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The other day, I sent you an email entitled “Stock Market Mentorship: I Will Guide You From Your Baby Steps to Your Giant Leaps.”
You should now know that my purpose on why I founded the Stock Signals Philippines is to make sure that you are disciplined with your trade and investment decisions, organized with your trade and investment setups, and knowledgeable with why you do what you do and how you do it.
Today, I’d like to show you the tool that I use when I trade or invest in the Philippine Stock Exchange. I am using my own Stock Ranking System. I’ve made this available for all members of the Stock Signals Philippines.
Members will find this on their Dashboard. See the image below.There are three (3) tabs in the Stock Ranking System.
- General Information
- Fundamental Analysis
- Technical Analysis
You can show all 300+ companies listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange at once or display the stocks by sector.
You may also show the winners and losers either by sector or as a whole. In addition to that, there’s a Search area where you can easily find the stock that you’re looking for.
The General Information tab displays the following information:
- Stock Code
- Last Price
- % Change
- Open Price
- Low Price
- High Price
- Net Foreign Transaction
Each of these columns can be sorted or ranked. Meaning to say, you can arrange the values either in an ascending or descending order by clicking any column.
For example, in this image, I displayed all stocks in the Financial sector. Then, I ranked their Net Foreign values in a descending order because I’d like to know which among these stocks was highly favored by the foreign investors.
When it comes to medium-term to long-term investing, one of the parameters that I check is the foreign fund flow. I want to know whether foreign investors are in an accumulation mode for a particular stock or not.
While only 1.5 percent of the 712,549 stock market accounts as of 2015 were accounted for by foreign investors, foreign investors hold the bigger money.
Didn’t you notice why our stock analysis always includes the foreign fund flow? We won’t incorporate it in our reports if it has an insignificant value, after all.
The Fundamental Analysis tab displays the following information:
- Stock Code
- Current Ratio
- Debt-to-Asset Ratio
- Debt-to-Equity Ratio
- Net Profit Margin
- Book Value
- Earnings-Per-Share (year-to-date)
- Price-to-Earnings (year-to-date)
- Price-to-Book Value
- Price-to-Earnings of PSEi
I am not going to explain what each financial ratio are because that defeats the purpose of having nearly 30 videos where we explained these financial ratios and other valuable lessons.
Yes, I know it doesn’t make sense having an automated system like this if you are not aware of the significance of each ratio.
That is the reason why we have Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced Courses for all our members. These are the webinar videos. Our members can play these videos anytime and anywhere they like.
You will appreciate the entire Stock Ranking System after watching all those videos. Only then will you understand the role of these financial ratios in decision-making.
I’d like to highlight this VALUATION column. When you do medium-term to long-term investing, it is best to identify stocks that are either Fairly Valued or Undervalued. While you can snub this parameter when you do short-term trading, it still helps to know the valuation of stock from the vantage point of fundamental analysis.
Just like the General Information tab, you may display all stocks at once or per sector. You may also filter the stocks either by winners or losers. You may rank them by clicking whichever column you like.
The Technical Analysis tab displays the following information:
- Stock Code
- Last Price
- Support 1, 2, and 3
- Resistance 1, 2, and 3
- 5-, 10-, 20-, 50-, 100-, and 200-day Trends
- Relative Strength Index (RSI)
- Volatility (Risk Level)
- Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
- Simple Moving Averages (5-, 10-, 20-, 50-, 100-, and 200-day)
- Exponential Moving Averages (5-, 10-, 20-, 50-, 100-, and 200-day)
Like in the financial ratios in the Fundamental Analysis tab, all of these technical indicators and oscillators were discussed in our webinar videos.
When I do a short-term trading, I identify three trailing stop-loss (TSL) points. I checked the 3 levels of support and resistance when I identify my 3 TSLs. This is important for me because I know that experienced traders are also watching those levels of support and resistance. I want to avoid getting whipsawed. I want to avoid being wiped out early in the game.
This Volatility column represents my proprietary risk level indicator. This column tells me whether the stock has a low, medium, high, or extreme level of risk based on its 252-day or 365-day record.
I am a high-risk trader when I do a short-term trading. But there are days, depending on the market volatility, when I only want to trade low-risk to medium-risk stocks. This system is a big help for me whether I do a short-term trading or a long-term investing.
Now, let’s say I am checking the Stock Ranking System because I’d like to identify stocks that suit my criteria for a long-term investing.
I displayed the stocks in the Financial sector and found out that BDO has an undervalued valuation. Because I’d like to study stocks with an undervalued valuation to check whether they pass all my criteria for long-term investing, I clicked on the BDO stock code.
Yes, the stock’s solo page will be displayed when you click the stock code from the Stock Ranking System.
This is what appears when I clicked BDO from the Stock Ranking System.
Because of the availability of all the information that I need to know about the stock (whether it’s about fundamental or technical analysis), it’s easy for me to have a focused study on any stock’s data.
I don’t have to go to other websites to make a data-driven decision. The Stock Ranking System is all I need.
Know that some of the features in the Stock Signals Philippines are not available to retail investors. These are exclusive to our members.
I’d like you to know that we continuously develop the system and improve our services so we can serve you well.
I’d like to challenge you.
For 30 straight days (without fail), watch all those 26+ webinar videos and ask as often as possible in our forum. You would come better off than you were before.
Know that the Stock Ranking System is just one of the many features you will get when you become our member today.
Click the link below to learn more about how we can help you today.