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John Bajkowski

author Image John Bajkowski is president of AAII.

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Areas of Expertise: stock screening, dividend investing, model portfolios, Stock Superstars Report

Topics Presented in Speeches: “Finding a Stock Winner: First Step Screening” and “AAII Shadow Stock Portfolio: From Theory to Application”

John Bajkowski is president of AAII. As financial analyst for AAII, John writes a column on screening stocks. He also serves on the Dividend Investing and Stock Superstars advisory committees. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and management from DePaul University. He has been with AAII for over 25 years.

Articles by this Author

  1. Features »

    Screening for Stocks Using the Contrarian Investment Strategy

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Applying the David Dreman approach using the Stock Investor screening program.

    October 1997 | Journal

  2. Features »

    Seeking Stocks With Momentum: A Look at Relative Strength Measures

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Where to find a stock's relative strength and how this momentum indicator is calculated.

    August 1997 | Journal

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    Investment Characteristics of Firms With Dividend Reinvestment Plans

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Screening on the investment characteristics of firms with dividend reinvestment plans.

    June 1997 | Journal

  4. Features »

    Screening for Growth and Value Based on "What Works on Wall Street"

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Screening stocks based on James O'Shaughnessy's Cornerstone growth and value approaches.

    April 1997 | Journal

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    Out of the Wall Street Spotlight: The 1997 Shadow Stocks

    Feature: AAII's annual list of small firms that are not followed by many research analysts.

    February 1997 | Journal

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    Shadow Stock Rookies: Firms That Are New to the 1997 Listing

    Stock Analysis Workshop: A closer look at the 94 stocks new to AAII's 1997 Shadow Stock list.

    February 1997 | Journal

  7. Features »

    Using Price-to-Sales Ratios to Screen for Out-of-Favor Stocks

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Research suggests that the price-to-sales ratio may be a better determinant of undervalued stocks than price-earnings ratio. Building a screen based on the price-to-sales ratio.

    October 1996 | Journal

  8. Features »

    The Basics of Cash Flow Analysis in the Stock Selection Process

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Studying the cash flow of companies reveals the effectiveness of their managment. The basics of cash flow and applying a cash flow screen.

    August 1996 | Journal

  9. Features »

    Investment Characteristics of Firms With Dividend Reinvestment Plans

    Stock Analysis Workshop: A look at the investment characteristics of companies that offer dividend reinvestment plans.

    June 1996 | Journal

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    Screening for Cash-Rich Firms That Will Put Their Money to Good Use

    Stock Analysis Workshop: Is a high cash position a healthy sign in a firm? Maybe, but maybe not. Screening for cash-rich stocks and interpreting the results.

    April 1996 | Journal

  11. AAII Model Portfolios »

    Shadow Stock Rookies: Firms That Are New to the 1996 Listing

    Our annual screen for Shadow stocks turned up 125 companies not included in last year's listing.

    February 1996 | Journal

  12. AAII Model Portfolios »

    Out of the Wall Street Spotlight: The 1996 Shadow Stocks

    AAII's annual listing of smaller-capitalization stocks that are out of the glare of research analysts and insititutional investors.

    February 1996 | Journal