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I found the Tiny Titans was theoretically nice but a little too tiny with too much slippage. In the past I’ve used a slightly modified version which I labeled Mid Titans. Be aware the AAII screens don’t reflect real trading, they include all passing stocks no matter how many or how few and no consideration of slippage.

From 20200103 till last Friday for monthly run with my backtester:
ci.EXCHANGE <> 'O' \
ci.COUNTRY = 'United States' \
PSD.PRICE * PSD.AVM_03M/21 > 450 \
PSD.MKTCAP >= 50 \
PSD.MKTCAP <= 225 \
ISQ.EPS_Q1 > 1.03 * ISQ.EPS_Q5 \
PSD.PRICE > 0.85 * PSD.PRICEH_52W \
MLT.PSPS > 0 \
MLT.PSPS <= 1 \
order by (psd.RS_26W) DESC
Top 10 Hold till drop 15

CAGR Fri 72.1% Mon using (O,(HL)/2,C)/3 66.5%, Friction 0.35% on all trades, GSD 34.8% CAGR/GSD 2.1
UlcrIndx 4.2% MxDD 9.3% Annual Turnover 795%

Not my results, I’ve been mostly in less gain, less excitement much less effort ETF allocations.
But can't completely quit, still run a couple of screens

RAM
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