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Is there a simple way to track "dropped coverage?"

There's a simple way to track no coverage and that's to go through Barron's and check off the companies for which there are no earnings estimates.

jkm929


Pardon my ignorance, but can you do this in the online version?

On a related angle, I'd be interested to know how others here screen for stocks. I use Marketguide when I screen but I'm always leery of the data, particularly earnings data and what they use, especially since it supposedly factors out one-time charges, many of which aren't so one-time. I'd like to get Value Line but since this is a personal operation it's not practical.

Chris
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