Stockopedia Suggestions
What new features or improvements should we add to Stockopedia? Let us know your feedback below (please note: to report a bug / data issue, please create a ticket using the “Contact Support” link on the right instead).

Calculate the Shareholder Yield and add to the screener
Shareholder yield as per Mebane Faber "Shareholder Yield" = total dividends paid + debt repaid  debt issued + stock buybacks  stock issued divided by the market cap and expressed as a percentage. It would be a highly useful screening measure and the data is available already to do it.
49 votes 
Allow users to audit the data behind ratios
By clicking on a ratio, users could see the two pieces of data used to calculate the ratio.
48 votes 
Add FreeCashflow Yield to the screener
Using EV/Free cashflow
47 votesCan anyone be more specific about what is wanted here?
We do have EV / Free Cash Flow as a screenable ratio. See EV / Free Cash Flow, Trailing 12m (EV / FCF) in the Glossary of Screenable Items (http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/ratios/), i.e. http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/ratios/evfreecashflowtrailing12m337/
Or would you like it as a valuation model? If so, how would that differ from a DCF analysis? http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/valuation/?ticker=LON:ATK
Or would you like it on the company specific stock report? That’s the most difficult given space constraints.

Provide holdings data for ETFs
Include the component companies of an ETF in your porfolio analysis
40 votes 
Add Dividend/FCF to the Stock reports
For an income investor the relationship over time between dividends and free cash flow (FCF) is a critical measurement. So a payout ratio showing say 3 or 5 year dividends to FCF over the same period would be useful.
This could easily be catered for in the "Recent History" block using a 3 year history annualised ratio.
39 votes 
38 votes

34 votes
What data points specifically would you like to see for ETFs?

29 votes

Add the ability to screen for profitability and net debt
In the same way you let us screen for FCF, FCF 1y ago, FCF 2y ago, etc... I'd like to be able to screen for profitability and net debt e.g. ROCE, ROCE 1y ago, ROCE 2y ago... This is primarily so I can see easily in a checklist how consistently profitable/unindebted a company has been. The current ability to include 5y averages for profitability is helpful but does not guarantee consistency (a company can make losses in some years and still appear highly profitable). If Stockopedia data goes back further than five years, I'd like it for as many years…
28 votes 
Add the long term debt paydown as a screenable field
use paydown of long term debt 1 year, 3 year, and 5 year as screening parameters
18 votes 
Allow the download of Price Histories like Yahoo Finance
I'd like to be able to run my own analyses in addition to the great screening you provide. It would be great if I could just get an EOD csv/text file of OHLCV, but the more fields we could add, the better (xd date, Dividend Amount etc)
17 votesThis is unlikely as it would breach the terms of our data licence. In any case, this data is available for free from Yahoo Finance or from the likes of http://www.eoddata.com/ (subscription service)

Add industry specific data/metrics to stocks
Each stock will belong to sector and each sector will have its own metrics or data which can make that stock good or bad. For example in insurance, we can have combined ratio stats, or the amount of float held on its books. For Gold miners, we have the current cost to mine an ounce of gold and the value of mines a company owns.
My idea is to have industry/sector specific screens or data which can compare stocks to their peers as well as the usual metrics that you have. Will this be possible?16 votes 
Add the CAPE by industry
CAPE level by industry to compare and contrast, or by company if available, so we can establish absolute sense of value
16 votes 
Provide data on sales and earnings forecasts
would appreciate five year earnings and sales forecasts to perform margin of safety calculations
15 votes 
Calculate the total return CAGR% for every share
For inclusion in the stocks report and as a screening option:
Total return = (change in share price + dividends earned) as a CAGR%
This would level playing field to compare high dividend shares with high growth but lower dividend shares15 votesThis is something we’re planning – see: http://www.stockopedia.com/content/howdoyoucalculatetotalshareholderreturntsr67596/

Modify the definition of the EPS Growth Streak
EPS GROWTH STREAK
Please would you add a modified version of the 'EPS Gwth Streak' criteria?
I would like it to identify the number of the years out of the last five, where there was positive growth, not the number of consecutive years. Similarly another version should identify the number of years there was positive growth in the last three years and the two forecast years, again the growth does not have to be consecutive.15 votes 
FIVE (5) YEAR PER SHARE AVERAGES FOR CASH FLOW, CAP EX & EPS
FIVE (5) YEAR PER SHARE AVERAGES FOR CASH FLOW, CAP EX & EPS
Please would you add the five (5) year historic average for ‘cash flow per Share’, ‘capital expenditure per share’ and ‘normalised earnings per share (EPS)’, this way simple sieves be used to show ‘cash flow’ exceeds both ‘EPS’ and ‘CAP EX’ on average over the last five years.15 votes 
Add ratios with price on the bottom to the screener
Add ratios to the screener with price as the bottom part of the ratio for all ratios that currently have price at the top, e.g. add earnings yield e/p as well as p/e.
Experienced screeners know that this makes tests where positive and negative results are possible much easier to do, as it removes the discontinuity at 0. Using p/e as an example, lower p/e's are better ... until you get to zero, then they are worse. It's much easier and more reliable to say earnings yield (e/p) > X%. Now smaller numbers are bad, and negative numbers are even…14 votes 
Historical data for the FTSE Indices (P/E & Dividend Yield)
The indices data page in the Directories section of your website (http://www.stockopedia.com/indexprices/) is really useful but it would be even better if it was possible to download historical data (especially for the FTSE100) for use in a spreadsheet.
13 votes 
Add Sector, Index & Country Reports  similar to StockReports
Fundamental analysis of sectors, individual indicies, countries and regions.
Presented in the user friendly visual style of the stock reports. Clearly the data presented will be different to individual stock reports.
13 votes
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