Is the stock screener free of charge?
Yes, the stock screener is free of charge. With more than 15,000 stocks worldwide, Eulerpool provides a comprehensive stock finder free of charge.
A stock finder (also called a stock screener) is a Software tool , welches Anlegern dabei hilft, die find the best shares . Egal, ob es darum geht z.B. unterbewertete Aktien, Growth Aktien oder Dividendenaktien zu finden, ohne die Unterstützung einer Software wäre das bei der Vielzahl an Aktien weltweit für jeden Investor ein difficult undertaking . Allein in den USA gibt es mehr als 5.000 börsennotierte Unternehmen.
We do not mean to suggest that it is impossible to find the best stocks without a stock finder, however, in any case, it would be a more time-consuming, but also more unstructured approach .
With a stock screener you can use criteria chosen by you such as P/E ratio, P/S ratio or dividend yield fully automatically search a large number of stocks. So you have to not check thousands of shares yourself , sondern lässt das Ganze die Software in a few seconds do. So you will find with high probability the Quality company , die du sonst vielleicht nicht gefunden hättest.
But a good stock screener goes beyond simply searching for stocks. After you have found the right stock, a good stock screener will provide you with a Variety of further information, evaluations and analyses about the respective company, so that you can make the most informed investment decision possible.
At Eulerpool, we offer a stock screener which Contains all the above advantages . Aufgrund des Umfangs des Tools wollen wir im Folgenden genau erläutern, was mit unserem Aktienfinder alles möglich ist.
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The Eulerpool Share Finder is divided into the following three sections:
Use the filters in the Stock Finder Universe and Criteria sections to get the results you want.
You can use the filters from the Stock Finder Universe and Criteria sections together, but you don't have to. In concrete terms, this means that on the one hand you can, for example, search for shares from Singapore regardless of criteria such as P/E ratio and market capitalization. On the other hand, you can search for companies worldwide with specific criteria such as P/E ratio less than or equal to 10 or dividend yield above 5%. By the way: In addition to Singapore stocks, Eulerpool offers a wide range of other articles, e.g. on stocks from the USA and shares from Germany .
There are no limits to your creativity in finding stocks with the stock screener from Eulerpool.
Let's now take a look at the individual areas. Because there is a lot to discover here.
As already mentioned, you can filter the stock finder universe by region and/or country. By clicking on the region or country you can make a selection. Another click removes the selection. A multiple selection is of course possible.
The following six regions are available for selection:
The enumeration of all countries would logically go beyond the scope. Nevertheless, it should be mentioned that exotic countries such as Virgin Island (Brit.) and Virgin Island (USA) can also be selected here. These are not countries, but overseas or foreign territories, but the subdivision can be quite useful in individual cases. So you may find an undervalued stock at the end of the world that no one has discovered before you.
Another helpful clue. Behind the respective regions and countries, you can see in parentheses how many shares there are in our database.
The criteria are the core of the Eulerpool stock finder and probably cannot be found to this extent in any other free stock screener.
You can filter stocks with a number of 25 criteria. You can search with a single filter, but also combine as many filters as you like. With a click on the X you can remove the selected filter.
To help you find stocks according to your preferences, we've included 3 ways to filter by, for example, P/E ratio, with Smaller Equal, Equal and Larger Equal.
In the Value field you enter your reference value. For example, if you want to find companies with a P/E ratio less than or equal to 10, you have to enter 10 in the Value field. Logical, isn't it?
Behind the Value field there is a dropdown for some criteria, where you can select billion (billion), million (million), thousand (thousand) or 1. This subdivision is useful, for example, for the criterion market capitalization. So you can design the search according to your ideas and filter e.g. for 1 billion or 100 million.
Let us now turn to the individual criteria contained in the Eulerpool Share Finder.
The criteria are divided into the following areas:
We know our community pretty well. That's why we know that price-to-earnings ratio (P/E), price, market capitalization and sector are the most chosen criteria to find stocks.
In the Sector criterion, there is no Value field, but a dropdown where you can select the different sectors. You can choose from the following:
Thus, you can also conduct your search for undervalued stocks in individual sectors. An example would be companies with a P/E ratio less than or equal to 10 from the financial sector. In combination with the Stock Finder Universe (jump to H3 "Stock Finder Universe"), you can narrow down your search even further to North America, for example. Practical, isn't it?
The valuation area includes the AlleAktien Quality Score (AAQS), the price-earnings ratio to expected earnings (P/E), the price-sales ratio (P/S) and the price-sales ratio to expected earnings (P/S). By
The AAQS is one of the most important AlleAktien self developed Indicator for the systematic assessment of quality companies. Further information about the AAQS can be found at here.
Of course, the Eulerpool equity screener also serves the interests of all Dividendeninvestoren . Mit Hilfe der geläufigen Kennzahlen Dividende (EUR) und Dividendenrendite (%) ist es ein leichtes, die besten Dividendenaktien zu finden.
But it gets even better. To make sure you never lose sight of a dividend payment again, we've created the Eulerpool Dividend calendar developed. With a simple search, e.g. for the name of the share or the ISIN, you get an overview of the amount of the dividend, the dividend yield, the number of payments per year and all ex- and pay-dates. The ex date is the trading day on which the share price is reduced by the dividend or the subscription right. On the pay date, the money is finally deposited in your securities account. To receive the dividend, you must have the share in your securities account before the ex-date. In addition, you can see directly in the dividend calendar when the next dividend payment will land in your securities account.
When it comes to finding dividend aristocrats, i.e. companies that have been raising their dividends for at least 25 years, we at Eulerpool have a dedicated Page built.
In the key figures, you can filter shares by EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes), profit and sales. With the Most Popular, Valuation and Dividend sections, we think you have all the tools at hand to find undervalued shares .
But we are not at the end yet. Besides the quantitative criteria the Eulerpool share finder offers the following qualitative criteria , um Aktien zu finden.
To take just one example, you can use the IPO criterion, for example, to filter for companies that have only gone public in 2022. This is certainly an exciting feature for one or the other stock analysis.
We have often mentioned that savings plans are a good way to continuously invest in stocks. How annoying it would be if you find a stock that you think is undervalued after a long research, but then it is not eligible for a savings plan with your broker.
This cannot happen with the Eulerpool share finder, at least not with the brokers Trade Republic , Consorsbank , comdirect , Scalable Capital und ING . Mit dem Filter Sparplanfähig kannst du nämlich Aktien finden, welche auch bei deinem favorisierten Broker im Sparplan zur Verfügung stehen.
After you have set the explained filters according to your wishes, you are naturally curious about the results. Are there any stocks that match your criteria?
If yes, they will be displayed in the Eulerpool Stock Finder under Results. You do not have to click on a search button or similar. The results are updated automatically. The special feature is that you can configure the results table according to your wishes.
The only column that cannot be removed is the name of the share. Logical, because without the names of the shares a stock finder makes no sense. By clicking on the arrow, you can sort the names alphabetically from A-Z or from Z-A, respectively. By the way, this also applies to all other columns, which we will discuss below.
Next to the names, the ISIN and the ticker are preset. However, these two columns can be removed by clicking on the X.
The additional columns are almost congruent with the criteria. In addition, you can also add a column for countries. Once added, these columns can also be removed with a click on the X.
This way you can easily sort the results according to your preferences.
After you have found one or more stocks that match your criteria, the process of stock analysis is of course not over yet. We would even say that the process has just begun. And this is where Eulerpool helps as well.
After clicking on a share in the share finder, you will be forwarded to the overview page of this share. Here you will find all the information you need for further stock analysis. The overview pages of the respective shares are divided into the following tabs:
In the Overview tab, you will find, among other things, the current share price or share price trend, sales, EBIT and earnings (per share) over time and various key figures from recent years. To name just a few examples.
An absolute highlight is the Valuation tab. Here you can find the specially developed Eulerpool Fair Value in relation to earnings, sales and dividends. You can see at a glance whether a share is undervalued, overvalued or fairly valued according to the historical market valuation. The fair value is recalculated daily according to the Bloomberg standard.
In addition to the fair value, you will also find the valuation according to the historical P/E ratio, EBIT and PSR.
In the next tab Dividend, a dividend investor will find all the required information such as dividend, dividend yield and payout ratio over time.
Under Forecasts you will find estimates of the share's target price. In addition to a specific value, you can also see how many analysts recommend buying, holding or selling the share.
In addition to analysts, we also let the financial community have its say here by sharing sharewise's assessment.
As the name suggests, in the Shareholder Structure tab you will find information about which investor holds which share of the stock. Especially for large stocks like Microsoft and Apple, it is interesting to see that asset managers like Vanguard and BlackRock own a larger part of the stock, especially via ETFs.
We are particularly proud of the stock analysis tab. We wouldn't buy a share without an in-depth qualitative analysis. Here we link to high-quality analyses from members of the community in text but also in video form.
Über alle Reiter hinweg findest du im rechten Bereich weitere Informationen zur jeweiligen Aktie. In Bezug auf den letzten Absatz findest du hier auch die Informationen, ob es zu diesem Unternehmen bereits eine hochwertige Analyse auf AlleAktien gives.
Furthermore, in this section you will find fundamental data, information on whether the stock is eligible for savings plans at Trade Republic, Consorsbank and Co., documents such as insider transactions and quarterly reports, and finally links to news and press releases from relevant portals such as Seeking Alpha, Reuters and StockMarket.com.
The exciting thing about the Eulerpool share finder in connection with the overview pages of the shares is that the information can be found throughout. This means that you can find information about key figures, dividends, savings plans, etc. from the stock screener on the respective overview page of the stock. In the development of Eulerpool, the common thread for you as an investor is particularly important to us.
The goal of many investors is to find undervalued stocks. In this Post we have explained how you can basically find undervalued stocks.
One of the most important ratios for finding undervalued shares is the P/E ratio. You don't even have to calculate this yourself, as every financial site on the Internet will do it for you.
But you usually can't do much with the P/E ratio of a company, unless you want to look at the P/E ratio of that company over time.
However, you usually have to compare this value with other companies (in the same industry). And this is where the Eulerpool stock finder comes into play. Without such a tool, comparing countless P/E ratios becomes a time-consuming endeavor.
With the support of Eulerpool's stock screener, you can invest the time gained in the intensive analysis of the companies. Because we want to mention clearly that no tool replaces a qualitative analysis of the company. Rather, the combination of the two worlds leads to finding an undervalued stock.
It is also important to understand that an undervalued stock can never be found using only a ratio such as the P/E ratio. If it were that simple, then all stock investors would be rich.
Finally, it should be mentioned that a stock screener is helpful in finding undervalued stocks because different criteria can be combined. For example, you can search for companies with a P/E ratio less than or equal to 15, an AAQS greater than or equal to 8 and a dividend yield greater than or equal to 5%. Without a tool like the Eulerpool Stock Finder it is impossible to find such companies with just a few clicks.
Now that you know how the Eulerpool Stock Finder works and how you can use it to find undervalued stocks, the question remains why you should use our stock screener.
In fact, there are several stock finders on the market, which are usually free of charge, at least in the basic version. So it can't be due to the price.
Ultimately, of course, a lot depends on your personal preference. How intuitive is it to use? Are all the filters I need available? Are there enough stocks in the database? These are just some of the questions you will inevitably ask yourself as a user of a stock screener.
We at Eulerpool have tried to implement all wishes of our community with our stock finder. And of course we are open for further suggestions and wishes. This is a big difference to many companies that have no direct contact to their community. There, changes based on wishes from the community are difficult or often even impossible.
At the moment we at Eulerpool offer a stock screener with over 15,000 stocks in the database (worldwide, not only limited to the USA and Europe), which can be selected with 25 filters. If you have found a suitable stock, you will find a lot of additional free information. In addition, you do not need to register to use the Eulerpool Stock Finder. Simply call up the page and find the best stocks directly.
Finally, we have to deal with one important point of a stock finder separately. Namely, the topic of data quality.
At Eulerpool, we obtain our data from a variety of sources. In addition to collecting our own data, we obtain data from various smaller and larger providers with the aim of providing you, the user, with the best possible data quality. From this pool of data, we then determine the key figures such as P/E ratio and PSR.
If you notice an error in the metrics, we would appreciate feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Often it is not an error, but we have taken a different starting point for the calculation, e.g. for the P/E ratio not the profit from this year, but from last year or from the last four quarters. But if it is a real error, your feedback will help us to provide the highest possible data quality.
In conclusion, there is nothing more to say except that it is high time to find undervalued stocks with the Eulerpool stock finder.
Yes, the stock screener is free of charge. With more than 15,000 stocks worldwide, Eulerpool provides a comprehensive stock finder free of charge.