This will be available in the new version of the app that’s currently in development. As a first step, we’ve started adding the ability to screen over 10 year histories, for example:
1) EPS 10y CAGR %
2) Graham EPS 10y CAGR %
3) The average PE ratio over 10 years
We’ll be adding the 10 yr Sales CAGR, the 10 yr dividend CAGR, and other useful ratios, as requested, so let us know what specific 10 yr numbers you’d find most useful.
It should be anything, every bit of data that currently has six year should expand to ten. I don't use ratios most of the time, I only look at the raw figures and quite badly need a ten year history rather than six.
Good luck and thanks!
Correction: One option is to change the currency in Site Settings dropdown in the You tab when logged in, but that’s a site wide setting.
We’ve noted the request for local currencies by market and will work on it (timeline not yet known).
Thanks Dave but this has not solved the problem. If I change the site setting it will apply to all markets. In other words, I will get a foreign currency numbers also in the UK shares that I follow. What we request is to be able to see each stock's market cap and EV in its own currency, so if we have multiple sites (UK, Australia, US), each will show the numbers in its own currency.
It is indeed much desired to see Market Cap and Enterprise Value in local currencies. As all other data is in local currency using pound sterling may mislead the unsuspecting investor. In addition, showing the numbers in pounds will change market cap and EV even when there is no real change in price. Lastly, it is much easier for an investor to choose the appropriate FX rate when needed and not to depend on Stockopedia's choice and wonder whether it is an updated one.
Hi, we are considering this – it will be a function of there being enough demand given the other level 2 offerings available, so please encourage others to vote for this if you’d like to see it happen.
See also our comments here: http://help.stockopedia.com/knowledgebase/articles/47083-are-your-prices-quotes-real-time-