Grid Views are a great tool to use when looking for new investment ideas. Essentially they are collections of companies (represented by their Snowflakes) based on certain criteria. If you didn’t have time yet to explore our curated collection, you can do it here.
Here we’d like to teach you how to create your own Grid View using Advanced filtering so you can find stocks which will exactly fit your investment criteria.
The easiest way to create your own Grid View is to define the Snowflake shape you are interested in, simply by pulling the points. This way you are using results from our analysis to define the stocks you are looking for.
Let’s say we are looking for US undervalued stocks our Snowflake filter would look like this:
You can choose from up to 24 sectors and 157 industries such as:
If you want to be more specific you can filter stocks based on any of the metrics used in our analysis (or their combination).
Examples of metrics you can filter for:
Example: How to create the Biotech Breakthroughs view: