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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”

Biography:
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 30 years.

Articles by this Author


  1. Computerized-investing »

    Comparison: Web-Based Stock Screening Services

    A look at 15 Web sites that offer fundamental stock screening tools for finding stocks that fit the criteria you seek.

    May 2004 | Computerized-investing

  2. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    The trend in Web-based fundamental screening services.

    May 2004 | Computerized-investing

  3. Stock Screens »

    The Weiss Approach: Finding Value in Dividend-Paying Blue Chips

    A review of the Geraldine Weiss screen to identify sound companies trading at reasonable dividend yield valuation levels.

    April 2004 | Journal

  4. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Comments on QuoTrek, the leading wireless handheld quotation and news service.

    March 2004 | Computerized-investing

  5. Stock Screens »

    Winners and Losers in the 2003 Performance Race

    The Piotroski small-cap value approach and the Zweig growth and value strategy are the two big winners in AAII's annual comparison of major stock screenig strategies tracked on AAII.com.

    January 2004 | Journal

  6. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Thoughts on fighting adware and spyware.

    January 2004 | Computerized-investing

  7. Stock Screens »

    Keeping a Pulse on Expectations: Screening for Earnings Revisions

    Slight changes in expectations for future earnings or the earnings growth rate can strongly impact a stock's price. Tracking these expectations and their changes can be a rewarding stock strategy.

    November 2003 | Journal

  8. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Comments on high-speed Internet connections.

    November 2003 | Computerized-investing

  9. Stock Screens »

    AAII's Low Price-to-Sales Screen: Strong Performer in Mixed Market

    Screening provides a disciplined aproach to selecting stocks that match up with one's investment philosophy. However, it's a first step in the stock selection process and should be followed up with in-dpeth company analysis.

    September 2003 | Journal

  10. Computerized-investing »

    Comparison: Comprehensive Web Sites

    Compare 12 one-stop investment centers that offer a range of financial information and tools on-line.

    September 2003 | Computerized-investing

  11. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Comments on all-in-one investing Web sites and using a DRP through a broker.

    September 2003 | Computerized-investing

  12. Stock Screens »

    How the Strategies Have Fared: A Mid-Year Performance Review

    The Foolish Small Cap 8 strategy shot past all of the other strategies in the first half of 2003, while the long-term leader in the growth category continues to be the O'Neil CAN SLIM approach.

    August 2003 | Journal

  13. Stock Screens »

    Searching for the Upcoming Stock Market Winners

    The original rules developed by Marc Reinganum to identify stock market "winners" produced returns that were significantly higher than the market.

    July 2003 | Journal

  14. Computerized-investing »

    Comparison: Mutual Fund Screening Systems

    Comparing the data and screening power of six software programs and nine Web-based services for locating funds that meet your criteria.

    July 2003 | Computerized-investing

  15. Computerized-investing »

    Comparison: Mutual Fund Screening Systems

    Comparing the data and screening power of six software programs and nine Web-based services for locating funds that meet your criteria.

    July 2003 | Computerized-investing