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Stock ranking/screening Similar to Investor's Daily

While I have some background in investing Technical and fundamental, and Python I generally have found that stock picking is one way I often improve my results. I Like the general approach that Investors Daily implements and have used other programs such as Vector vest and a few others whose names escape me at the moment that implement similar screens.

I do not see any screening capability here or am I missing something?

Once screened, I then start to look for correlations moving averages and other market indicators to develop a more optimized portfolio, and of course always on the hunt for thr elusive early warning leading indicators.

Any thoughts?

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Have you tried the research platform here in Quantopian? It has built-in access to both pricing data and fundamental data for screening via get_pricing() and get_fundamentals().

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So then I could get a bunch of symbols eg all s&p 500 and rank them By relative price strength over varying time periods? Has anyone put up sample algorithms?

Take a look at this thread to simulate the SP500 stocks: https://www.quantopian.com/posts/simulating-s-and-p-500-russel-1000-russell-3000-in-research

And then this sample algo to rank securities based on their returns: https://www.quantopian.com/help#sample-meanreversion

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This may be enough to get me started! Thanks