I just adapted a little utility script to visualise EPS % increase (quarters vs Year -1) and sales.
I used the code from @ARUN_SAXENA and modified it to fix what I saw as issues.
(Using base 3M instead of 1M +
request.earnings(syminfo.tickerid, earnings.actual, ignore_invalid_symbol=true)
This script creates a little table in an indicator below your chart that allows you to view the earnings per share over the last year as well as calculates the year over year earnings per share growth. According to IBD, strong EPS growth is a great indicator of a potential super-performer stock so hopefully this will make it easier to keep an eye on this metric. ...
A very rudimentary version of Warren Buffett's 10X Pretax Rule:
How it works:
I took the Financial data provided on the platform; Annual 'Pretax Income' divided by the Annual 'Total Common Shares Outstanding', then multiply by 10.
There are many annual reports to suggest that when Warren Buffet buys large quantities of stocks, they are bought at a price...
Quarterly EPS, PER, total revenue(FQ) (in million unit), PSR can be shown as an indicator.
Check only one indicator for the chart visibility.
四半期毎のEPS, PER, 年間売上, PSRをインジケーターとして表示することができます。
This indicator shows quarterly EPS and PER.
Uncheck EPS or PER for the chart visibility.
"standard" and "diluted" mode can be selected for EPS setting.
P1 is because to me, this is a priority 1 indicator, so I have P1 and P2 indicators ordered on the favorite list.
What can you check on the selection pane?
On “period”, you can show the data related to:
the fiscal quarters
or the fiscal years.
You can select a pack of financial data that I have organized in sections:
Revenue & earnings
EPS & DPS (EPS,...
Quick script to check the PEG Ratio.
What is PEG Ratio?
The price/earnings to growth ratio (PEG Ratio) is a stock's price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio divided by the growth rate of its earnings for a specified time period. The PEG ratio is used to determine a stock's value while also factoring in the company's expected earnings growth, and is...