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Computerized Investing > January/February 2004

The Foolish 8 Small-Cap Screen

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by Wayne A. Thorp

Historically, small-capitalization companies have outperformed larger companies—even considering any additional risk that smaller companies exhibit. For this reason, they have long captured the attention of investors looking for tomorrow?s market heavyweights. With thousands of small caps to choose from, the process of finding the most promising small firms that warrant further research is a daunting task.

This is where stock screening can alleviate some of the burden, by allowing you to winnow the universe of stocks down to a manageable group that you can then analyze more closely.

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James Gottfried from CA posted over 2 years ago:

The table of stocks passing the screen did not work. Got error message.

Frank from VA posted over 2 years ago:

The table of stocks also did not work for me. can you fix it please??

John Barrow from IN posted over 2 years ago:

The table of passing stocks did not appear, either Table 1 or 2. Please fix this problem.

Thank you.

Lewayne Knight from GA posted over 2 years ago:

It didn't work for me either. Neither Table 1 or Table 2.

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