One of the most commonly asked questions we receive from Premium Subscribers to F.A.S.T. Graphs™ is: how do I screen for stocks where the price is below the orange line? Therefore, I have prepared this video in order to offer several techniques that can accomplish the task of identifying stocks whose price is below the orange valuation reference line.
However, there are caveats that need to be recognized and understood. The simple fact that the price is below the given valuation reference line is not enough to indicate that a given stock is an attractive investment. There are many other considerations that must be evaluated. These would include but are not limited to future growth potential, quality of the company, historical operating history, level of debt and numerous other fundamental factors.
Moreover, although the F.A.S.T. Graphs™ screening tool is, in our humble opinion, a good one, there are many other good screening tools available. However, our screening tool, like all others, is limited regarding identifying quality stocks for investment. Just like all other screening tools, each candidate that is screened requires further evaluation. Furthermore, any screened list produced will also need to be culled. In my opinion, this can only be done by carefully evaluating the actual F.A.S.T. Graphs™ and FUN Graphs on each individual candidate. However, this process can be facilitated efficiently via the F.A.S.T. Graphs™ portfolio review.
With the above said, this video should help Premium Subscribers get started with finding attractively valued research candidates. The techniques to identifying undervalued stocks can and should start out simple, but then can be enhanced in order to drill down to specific candidates depending on each subscriber’s personal goals, objectives and risk tolerances. Therefore, the techniques presented in this video can be further enhanced depending on the skills, investing knowledge and imaginations of each unique subscriber.
Co-Founder F.A.S.T. Graphs™