John Bajkowski is president of AAII.


Allen Reeves from TN posted over 2 years ago:

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B Reddy from IL posted over 2 years ago:

I am a subscriber to " STOCK INVESTOR PRO". Is it possible for you to run this screen ever month. It will be very useful to the members.

R Curry from CA posted over 2 years ago:


Please post the SIPRO screen criteria for this

Jean Henrich from IL posted over 2 years ago:

R Curry, The SI Pro screen criteria appears below the table. You can open it in Excel by clicking on the title above the box. -Jean from AAII

Lee Dunn from NC posted over 2 years ago:

Jean Henrich:
For the SI Pro screen can you show how this screen can be used? That is, I saved this screen, but do not know how to use it. How is the information obtained and how, in a step by step example, can the investor use this screen? Thanks for your help.

Lee Dunn

Charles Rotblut from IL posted over 2 years ago:


Are you asking how to set the screen up in Stock Investor Pro? Send us a note at and we'll try to assist you.


Ron from GA posted over 2 years ago:

Where's the bottom line, the "proof of the pudding"? i.e. performance stats. All this theory sounds good, but where are the returns?

NewJoizey from NJ posted about 1 year ago:

following Ron from Georgia's comment -

Running this stringent screen would seem to yield strong companies who are doing well now, and historically are ramping their way up in their industries -

But does this necessarily correlate to a good equity investment?

Couldn't it be possible that the market already has priced in the good news about these companies?

I realize that there are no guarantees, but the presumption here is that these companies stocks are likely to increase in value shortly

- But what if any criteria in the screen serves as a supporting indicator that these companies are either undervalued or poised for growth?

Vernon Roberts from FL posted 10 months ago:

HI Since this screen is now over 1 year old, it's easy to look at the performance of these co's for the last year. Will be interesting to see how they actually performed this last year.

Vernon Roberts from FL posted 9 months ago:

Hi- Ron's comment peaked my curiosity so I did this "quick & dirty calculation, not sure the will post here very well, but I'll try. Used amibroker charting software, priemium data weekly EOD data. Calculated gain using weekly close (-1+End/Beg)*100). First: is weekly close from 8/17/2012 to 12/27/2013. Second: is sale from visual top on chart. Here's what I came up with:
8/24/2012 12/27/2013
Close CLOSE Gain/Loss

ACAT 42.97 56.77 32.12%
ASPS 84.1 160.95 91.38%
CAMP 6.81 26.26 285.61%
SPSC 33.12 67.49 103.77%
CAP 20.62 23.23 12.66%
LULU 63.87 59.16 -7.37%
MELI 79.95 106.01 32.60%
ACCO 6.8 6.4 -5.88%
KORS 53.92 80.58 49.44%
RDY 29.94 41.13 37.37%

with hindsite visual timming: same buy date
CHART PEAK close gain/loss
ACAT 10/18/2013 60.74 41.35%
ASPS 12/6/2013 169.19 101.18%
CAMP 12/20/2013 28.27 315.12%
SPSC 10/18/2013 77.98 135.45%
CAP 4/12/2013 29.7 44.03%
LULU 6/7/2013 81.43 27.49%
MELI 10/18/2013 141.77 77.32%
ACCO 1/18/2013 8.89 30.74%
KORS 12/20/2013 83.88 55.56%

Would appear that Mr. Bajkowski 's stock screen worked quite well. :-)

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