Welcome to Tim's Stock Lists, your road to financial freedom!

What is Tim's Stock Lists all about?

Using years of software engineering, financial analysis, and cloud development skills, Tim has put together several algorithms that query the financial data on all of the stocks listed on the NASDAQ, NYSE, and AMEX exchanges. These algorithms generate lists of stocks and options reports that meet a certain set of criteria, depending on what the investment strategy is for the particular algorithm.

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Why use them?

Value

Putting valuable stock and option information into the hands of people interested in trading stocks and options.

Savings

No need to subscribe to expensive data feeds and waste time crunching numbers, this site does it for you!

Targeted

We give you the information you need to pick stocks that meet certain high-level criteria, but basically the ones that are making money and don't owe any money to anyone! We also give you timely options reports so you can produce income in your portfolio while you are accumulating great stocks!

What are the options reports currently available?

Naked Puts, Covered Calls, Credit Spreads (Bear and Bull), and Ladders (Bear and Bull). Plus, other tools like Liquidity and Volatility reports. These reports will help you find the best opportunities for generating sustainable income in your portfolio.

The options data is constantly being updated on the site every 20 minutes. There are also text alerts that get sent out to members who have entered their mobile phone into their profile. These text alerts are signals for potentially highly profitable option trades and only get sent out when certain criteria are met.

More strategies and option trading ideas are being added all of the time based on user feedback!

How do the stock lists work?

Each night, the app downloads stock data on all of the stocks from the NASDAQ, NYSE, and AMEX exchanges. Once downloaded, the data is then processed against the various algorithms to produce the lists of stocks meeting the investment strategy criteria.

Currently there are three stock list strategies:

Growth Stock Lists

The algorithm for this strategy identifies stocks that are generally classified as growth stocks, but with extremely stringent criteria. This algorithm screens stocks that meet the following criteria:

  • Positive earnings growth
  • P/E ratio that is half the growth rate (or less)
  • P/E ratio that is less than the Industry P/E Ratio
  • P/E ratio that is less than the Sector P/E Ratio
  • Positive net cash position the past year and most recent quarter
  • Equity to debt ratio greater than 0.75 for past year and most recent quarter
  • Positive net income past year and 12 trailing months
  • Free cash flow ratio greater than 0 and less than 10
Small Cap Stocks

Warning - this list is not for the faint of heart! The algorithm for this strategy identifies small cap stocks that are under the radar, growing their revenue at a high rate, and increasing their earnings (even if they are operating at a loss). This algorithm screens stocks that meet the following criteria:

  • Revenue growing by at least 20% average per year over the last 5 years
  • Market Capitalization under 2 billion
  • Price to Sales (P/S) ratio 12 trailing months <= Industry P/S ratio twelve trailing months
  • Price to Sales (P/S) ratio 12 trailing months <= Sector P/S ratio twelve trailing months
  • Net Income past year > Net Income prior year OR Net Income 12 trailing months > Net Income prior year OR Net Income 12 trailing months > Net Income past year
Dividend Stock Lists

The algorithm for this strategy identifies stocks that in the past have consistently paid dividends and have sound financial fundamentals in place to continue to pay dividends out to their shareholders over a long period of time. This algorithm screens stocks that meet the following criteria:

  • Declared an ex-dividend date
  • Forward annual dividend rate greater than 2
  • Positive net cash position the past year and most recent quarter
  • Equity to debt ratio greater than 0.75 for past year and most recent quarter
  • Current ratio most recent quarter greater than 2