I see two words in English here, field and Yield. Not what I would call user friendly.GTR1 fits in perfectly with mechanical investing...it takes a little effort, and so keeps most people away. The code is easy to read if you've gone over Robbie's posts. No different than Radiscreen IMO.aprc=actual price, av10.a=10 day volume, dspo=days since available for purchase, trp=total return percentage, sprc=sipro price, dpsind=dividend per share indicated, fields with .s are sipro, .v are valueline, .c are CpiT...The GTR1 glossary is somewhat out of date, I guess, but most of what you need is there.And now you can generate picks with GTR1! If you haven't used GTR1, you're missing out, it is just amazing what you can do.Mark
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