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Wayne Thorp

author Image Wayne A. Thorp is a vice president and senior financial analyst at AAII and editor of Computerized Investing. Follow him on Twitter at @WayneTAAII.


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Areas of Expertise: computerized investing, stock analysis, stock screening, technical analysis

Twitter Feed: @WayneTAAII

Topics Presented in Speeches: “How to Analyze a Stock,” “Finding a Stock Winner: First Step Screening,” “Computerized Stock Screening & Analysis” and “Stock Screening Using Stock Investor Pro

Biography:
Wayne A. Thorp is a vice president at AAII and the editor of Computerized Investing, a newsletter considered to be the premier publication covering the use of personal computers for financial planning, investment analysis and portfolio management. As a financial columnist for AAII, Thorp has written a column for the AAIIJournal on technical analysis as well as articles on stock screening and analysis. He is also product manager for the Stock Investor Pro computerized fundamental data and screening program and serves on the Stock Superstars Report (SSR) and Dividend Investing (DI) advisory committees.

Thorp is a graduate of DePaul University in Chicago, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance. He was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2002. He has been with AAII since 1997.

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  1. Stock Screens »

    A High-Yield Approach to Value Investing

    Dividend-paying stocks can provide a beneficial diversification component to aggressive, high-growth stock portfolios. How should you screen dividend reinvestment plan stocks? A conservative high-yield approach.

    June 2006 | Journal

  2. Stock Screens »

    The Muhlenkamp Approach: Screening for High ROEs at a Reasonable Price

    Ronald Muhlenkamp, lead manager of the Muhlenkamp Fund, takes a total return approach to investing, using a bottom-up strategy to select stocks, but adjusting benchmarks based upon the broad economic environment. AAII’s screen using the Muhlenkamp approach was one of the top-performing growth and value screens for 2005.

    May 2006 | Journal

  3. Computerized-investing »

    Web-Based Stock Screening Services

    Check out the strong combination of features offered at today’s stock screening Web sites. A look at 14 on-line services that can help you troll for prospective stocks.

    May 2006 | Computerized-investing

  4. Computerized-investing »

    Web-Based Stock Screening Services

    Check out the strong combination of features offered at today’s stock screening Web sites. A look at 14 on-line services that can help you troll for prospective stocks.

    May 2006 | Computerized-investing

  5. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Apple Computer's announcements over the last year have the potential to level the playing field for Mac and Windows users. What their plans can mean to you.

    May 2006 | Computerized-investing

  6. Computerized-investing »

    Technical Analysis and Charting Software

    The wide and diverse area of technical analysis and charting software includes 21 programs that may be of interest to the typical individual investor. What the current versions of these 21 can offer you.

    March 2006 | Computerized-investing

  7. Computerized-investing »

    Technical Analysis and Charting Software

    The wide and diverse area of technical analysis and charting software includes 21 programs that may be of interest to the typical individual investor. What the current versions of these 21 can offer you.

    March 2006 | Computerized-investing

  8. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Which way the Super Bowl market indicator points in 2006.

    March 2006 | Computerized-investing

  9. Stock Screens »

    Screening for the Future Stock Market Winners

    What does it take to become a winner? In 1989, Marc Reinganum examined the common characteristics of a group of winning stocks. Based on that research, AAII developed the Stock Market Winners screen, a growth and value approach that last year was one of the top performers.

    February 2006 | Journal

  10. Stock Screens »

    From Peak to Valley: The Stock Strategy Landscape in 2005

    It was a rocky start, but the market, as well as most strategies, finally found their footing in 2005, with 43 of the 54 strategies AAII tracks turning in a positive performance for the year. For the second year in a row, the Michael Murphy value-priced technology screen led the way, while the growth-and-value Zweig approach held its long-term standing.

    January 2006 | Journal

  11. Computerized-investing »

    Editor's Outlook

    Wayne A. Thorp, CFA, financial analyst at AAII, takes the helm at Computerized Investing with this issue.

    January 2006 | Computerized-investing

  12. Stock Screens »

    Getting Your Money's Worth: Screening for Return on Equity

    Return on equity (ROE) is a popular measure of profitability and corporate management excellence. How to screen for stocks with strong and solid ROEs.

    November 2005 | Journal

  13. Computerized-investing »

    PC Buyer's Guide for the Individual Investor

    Factors to consider when purchasing a new computer system, including guidance on the current and future standards for computerized investors.

    November 2005 | Computerized-investing

  14. Computerized-investing »

    PC Buyer's Guide for the Individual Investor

    Factors to consider when purchasing a new computer system, including guidance on the current and future standards for computerized investors.

    November 2005 | Computerized-investing

  15. Stock Screens »

    The King of Value: Screening for Low Price-to-Free-Cash-Flow

    For many investors, cash is 'king' when it comes to selecting stocks, since growth in sales, earnings and asset values is ultimately fueled by a company's cash-generating ability. And now cash may be king when it comes to stock screening as well--AAII's free cash flow screen (low price-to-free-cash-flow) is one of the top-performing value strategies tracked by AAII. A look at the low price-to-free-cash-flow screen.

    October 2005 | Journal