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How to filter stocks based on both fundamental and technical data?


I'm trying to use the pipe to screen the stocks to analyze. I want to add some fundamental criteria and technical criteria. For example, some simple filtering criteria is:
QoQ EPS > 1.25
YoY EPS > 1.25
QoQ Revenue > 1.25
YoY Revenue > 1.25
Last Price > $10
Last Volume > 100K

Somehow I cannot find a way to mix the filters for the first 4 and and filters for the last 2.

Any suggestion?


1 response

Hi Fei Sun,
All of this is possible with the pipeline API. You can read more about it here, and there a few examples of it working here. Also, if you search in the community for pipeline, you will find lots of examples.


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