Fundamental filters now avaliable!

Scans can now be created using a mix of Fundamental & Technical indicators. Fundamental parameters in scan can be validated against our fundamental page.

Example fundamental scans can be found here. We have the following list of fundamental indicators as of now:

Results for Consolidated figures in Rs. Cr.

    1. Face Value
    2. Reserves
    3. Dividend
    4. Book Value
    5. Yearly PE Ratio
    6. Yearly PC Ratio
    7. Sales Turnover[yearly]
    8. Net Profit[yearly]
    9. Net Profit Variance[yr]
    10. Net Profit[quarter]
    11. Net Profit Variance[qr]
    12. Earning Per Share[EPS]
    13. Prev Year EPS
    14. Cash Per Share[yr]
    15. Cash Per Share[qr]
    16. Cash per share[mt]
    17. Net Sales[quarter]
    18. Price to Book Value
    19. Networth
    20. BSE Value in lakhs
    21. NSE Value in lakhs
    22. Market Cap
    23. Operating profit margin[yr]
    24. Operating profit margin[qr]
    25. Gross profit margin
    26. Gross Block
    27. Total Loans
    28. Advance Given By Bank
    29. Net non performing assets
    30. TTM – Trailing 12 months Sales
    31. TTM – Trailing 12 months Operating Profit
    32. TTM – Trailing 12 months Operating Profit margin
    33. TTM – Trailing 12 months Gross profit
    34. TTM – Trailing 12 months Gross profit margin
    35. TTM – Trailing 12 months Net profit
    36. TTM – Trailing 12 months Net profit Variance
    37. TTM – Trailing 12 months EPS
    38. TTM – Trailing 12 months PE
    39. TTM – Trailing 12 months CPS
    40. TTM – Trailing 12 months Depreciation
Fundamental parameters can be added on create scan page after clicking the filter icon

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85 thoughts on “Fundamental filters now avaliable!”

  1. Hi,
    In Fundamental scanner, I would like to filter

    stocks Latest Net Profit[quarter] Greater than 1 quarter ago Net Profit[quarter] + 2 quarter ago Net Profit[quarter] + 3 quarter ago Net Profit[quarter]

  2. If possible, introduce option scan with strategies. This will require higher database but it will improve site visits.
    There are many scans which is still not possible in this since the program does not allow combination of two filters to simultaneously work for example, if one wants to know the stocks whose RSI is between 70 to 80 but Day before it was between 60 to 70 and the stock is also nearing its day’s high. It’s not possible to write such complicated but advanced scan. So please introduce such programs.

    1. You can add multiple filters to achieve this and compare today’s RSI values along with yesterday’s RSI values

    1. Between operator is nothing but a combination of >= and <=. You can group those 2 filters to workaround the between operator.

  3. Hi Akash,

    It would be great if you also introduce some industry data too. For ex : Company PE less than Industry PE

  4. Comparison of current RoE with those of the previous 3 – 4 years and comparison of current EPS with those of the previous 3 – 4 years is not possible.

  5. I guess it’s not the perfect place to ask but are there any plans for a Chartink app on Android? Please do make it as that would be way more handy and fast

  6. Fundamental scanning is great if it works well. User need to be supported for time to time guidance during usage.

  7. thanks for making this excellent tool for us i want to know how we can filter book value > CMP bcoz CMP option is not avaiable in the filter list
    thanks once again

  8. Sir, I m thankful for this excellent site, Please assist me Which filter should I use to find fundamental strong multibagger stocks, which are in sideways since long time and strong potential to move up in near future?

  9. Hi,
    I want to compare the EPS quarter over quarter and Year over year How can one do that? and what is TTM P.E?

  10. Hi, I want to filter companies whose sales have increase by 20%, so my query should be
    Sales TTM Sales Greater than Turnover[yearly]*NUMBER 1.2
    But in the examples of scans I see the following
    Sales Turnover[yearly] Greater than TTM Sales*NUMBER 1.2.

    Isn’t TTM = sum of latest 4 quarters and Turnover[yearly] last financial year? Kindly suggest.

    1. **Correcting a typo in the above msg**

      Hi, I want to filter companies whose sales have increase by 20%, so my query should be
      ‘TTM Sales’ Greater than ‘Sales Turnover[yearly]’ * NUMBER 1.2
      But in the examples of scans I see the following
      ‘Sales Turnover[yearly]’ Greater than ‘TTM Sales’ * NUMBER 1.2.

      Isn’t TTM = sum of latest 4 quarters and Turnover[yearly] last financial year? Kindly suggest.

      1. Yes, you are correct. You can use the yearly results as you’ve mentioned and multiply it by 1.2% for a 20% increase. If you want to compare the latest financial years sales up by 20%, you would need to use ‘Sales Turnover[yearly]’ Greater than ‘TTM Sales’ * NUMBER 1.2.

  11. Hi Akash- great scanner with self-intuitive interface!

    Tried using the Market Cap in the scan, but not sure if the number I type in represents crores, lakhs or thousands.

    For example I tried filtering by market cap above 100 crores by typing 100,00,00,000 and the results came up empty. Can you throw some light on this?

    Also, how is the market cap itself calculated? Is it a fairly static field in the database, or is it dynamically calculated based on the latest price (close)?

  12. I would like to know what Net Profit variance means. How would I filter companies registered profit jump by certain % yoy or qoq. I saw few samples which compare TTM again net profit yearly, but the results are not as intended.

    1. Net Profit variance compares the actual with the budget values, we currently don’t have historic data for profits, but we’ll plan on adding that shortly

  13. Can you please add more fundamental indicators like ROE, ROCE, ROA, Historic values and 3,5,10 years average, Debt to equity ratio, Interest coverage ratio etc. These parameters will make the fundamental scan more effective, otherwise parameters available till now are quite limited.

  14. Hi – i am looking for the following scan to filter stocks .. is there a way to achieve this ?
    1) Only NSE Stocks
    2) ROE >15%
    3) EPS Growth Rate >15% ( Qtr on qtr )
    4) Sales Growth Rate >17% (Qtr on Qtr)
    5) Sales Growth Rate >17% ( Year on year)

  15. How do I represent Dividend Yield in terms of percentage in a fundamental scan? For ex, I want to filter out only the companies that are providing a dividend yield of 1.5% or above.

  16. Hi – i am looking for the following scan to filter stocks .. is there a way to achieve this ?
    1) NSE /BSE Cash Stocks
    2) Sales for latest qtr = greater Than all qtr
    3) profit for latest qtr = greater Than all qtr
    4)OPM >= 15%
    5) MCAP >500 cr < 15000 cr

  17. Can I apply following criteria Shareholding Fii increasing or dii increasing or public decreasing and reserve increasing?

  18. Hi, how to filter stocks based on this criteria as defined for Bulk Deals.
    “A bulk deal in the share market is a deal where the total quantity of shares bought or sold is greater than 0.5% of the share capital of the company.”

    So, how to filter such stocks where in the last 5 minutes a bulk deal as per above definition was executed?


    1. Greetings!

      At this moment, we do not offer the feature you mentioned. Nonetheless, we are actively exploring the option of adding it along with new indicators.

      I am unable to provide a specific timeline for the addition of this feature, but I have forwarded your request to our Development team for future consideration.

      We value your patience and look forward to enhancing our service for our valuable users.

    1. Hello,

      We currently support only NSE cash stocks and indices; we plan to add BSE cash stocks and indices too shortly.

  19. I wish to code following ,How can i code it using chartink Editor

    Current price > High price all time*0.85 AND
    Piotroski score >7 AND
    Profit growth >15 AND
    OPM >15 AND
    Market Capitalization >100 AND
    Market Capitalization 50 AND
    RSI 0

    1. Hello,

      This can be done with the help of a custom indicator/formula. Here is an example scan for your reference:

      Note: In the above scan, we have considered the annual values for the profit growth and OPM. Can you please elaborate more on RSI 0 and market cap 50?
      To use this custom indicator, you can “Copy scan” scan & make changes. You can view the logic of the custom indicator by clicking on the purple sign(>>) next to the indicator.

      Also, you can create your own custom indicator by copying/pasting the logic from the indicator shared here:

      Once you create your custom indicator, it should be visible in the dropdown list under “derived/custom indicators”. Here is a short video on how this can be done.:

  20. This is pine script, I need to create a scanner for this? how to I create custom indicator for this?
    // Copyright (c) 2018-present, Alex Orekhov (everget)
    // Adaptive Moving Average script may be freely distributed under the MIT license.
    study(“Adaptive Moving Average”, shorttitle=”AMA”, overlay=true)

    length = input(title=”Length”, type=integer, defval=14)
    fastLength = input(title=”Fast EMA Length”, type=integer, defval=2)
    slowLength = input(title=”Slow EMA Length”, type=integer, defval=30)
    highlightMovements = input(title=”Highlight Movements ?”, type=bool, defval=true)
    src = input(title=”Source”, type=source, defval=close)

    fastAlpha = 2 / (fastLength + 1)
    slowAlpha = 2 / (slowLength + 1)

    hh = highest(length + 1)
    ll = lowest(length + 1)

    mltp = hh – ll != 0 ? abs(2 * src – ll – hh) / (hh – ll) : 0

    ssc = mltp * (fastAlpha – slowAlpha) + slowAlpha

    ama = 0.0
    ama := nz(ama[1]) + pow(ssc, 2) * (src – nz(ama[1]))

    amaColor = highlightMovements ? (ama > ama[1] ? green : red) : #6d1e7f
    plot(ama, title=”AMA”, linewidth=2, color=amaColor, transp=0)

    1. Hello,

      The pine script that you have shared has a variable names ‘ama’ which is self-referencing. So, this indicator won’t be possible.

  21. Is it possible to get results of only those which have posted their recent financials.
    E.g. Net Profit % increase 1.5 times in Quarter March 2024. So that only company which have posted their March 24 results and have NP% increase 1.5x will show.

    1. Hello,

      This won’t be possible. If the company did not release any report then for that stock the scan will consider the 2nd quarter as the recent one. If they released the 3rd quarterly report then the scan considers that as the current quarter.

      If you want we can create the scan for the same as per the above logic.

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