Moneycentral MSN used to have it so that you could check quarterly financials going back a few years and see if quarterly numbers are improving or slowing down. Now, it seems everywhere only goes back 4 quarters so getting YOY quarterly comps is harder to do. Anybody know of a place that goes back further? Value Line goes back further but it isn't free!LULU is another example of a stock that may fit Fab 15's profile. Getting a good screen as well as useful, easy to find data off websites will help narrow this list down. For me, I have just used IBD in the past to find momentum-type stocks. Here are the momentum type names I am following right now, APKT, ARUN, CRUS, and RVBD. Getting a screen for YOY quarterly comps growing at an increasingly high rate is probably the hardest part. I know of no such screen. However, this metric is the essence of momentum investing.Here are the rules again:http://boards.fool.com/new-faq-25192000.aspxRevenues at 35% plus YOY should produce a small list nowadays, to get that number that's been accelerating over the last 3 quarters will probably produce a very small list.The thing I think is missing from this screen is some sort of relative strength gauge. Couple the original requirements with a relative strength requirement, this is all out momentum investing. I'll continue to work on finding a website that makes this easier.
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