TradingView’s new Stock Screener 2.0 is now available!
- 70+ stock exchanges to screen
- Global screening: select companies from any combination of countries and industries
- Screeners cover stocks, coins, indexes and ETFs
- 150+ filter fields to pick from
- Flexible timeframes: ranging from one minute to five years
- Connected all key metrics of global companies
- Instant search results, plus auto-refresh
- All essential data for fundamental and technical analysis, grouped by filters and column sets: price performance, technicals, financials, ratios, margins, growth rates, dividends, analyst ratings, estimates and others
- CSV export of screening results
- Currency conversion for financials
Want more? Best tips and tricks directly from TradingView’s Product team:
- Financial metrics can be used as filters: either view the main data sets in pre-made column sets. For example, broken down the most important metrics from reports into blocks: Income statement / Balance sheet / Cash flow, here, the data is collected in the most up-to-date frequency.
- Collected all the most important valuation and profitability metrics in one place.
- In addition to the basic financial indicators, added cool sets with ready-made analytics for companies. For example Dividend per Share Growth and EBITDA growth with YoY view
- If the user does not know where to start, informative pre-made screen sets: Most Capitalized, Highest Cash, High Capital Efficiency and much more.
- In addition to financial indicators, an impressive block of technical analysis indicators with the ability to use a variety of customizations and conditions: be the first to find a golden cross or identify an uptrend.
- You can customize the lengths of indicators, timeframes, and conditions. For example, you can search for symbols that are not currently at their yearly price highs, they have fallen slightly in relation to them, but they may still be of interest for shorting assets.
- The screener has links to TradingView’s knowledge base, the user can read about any indicator whether it’s technical or fundamental.
- Guide yourself through TradingView’s screener with the help of this YouTube tutorial