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Can anyone recommend an online tool that would allow me to pull a list of global public stocks with a CAGR of 26% over the last 10 years? Value Line has a "Total Return 10 Year" screen but it's just US & Canadian companies. 

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Very interesting idea. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to get those global 10-baggers. May I ask what you're going to do with those stocks? Study them and look for common traits?

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I ran it for 10,000% price return to include OTCs with prices above $5 but I couldn't include dividends, unfortunately. Maybe this helps a little bit? Interestingly it looks like dividends are a big component of 10-baggers since I only got about 20 stocks looking at price action in a bigger universe. So maybe it doesn't help you.

NCPL
ONPH
XPEL
VS
HSTA
OTRK
PRTG
FTLF
IPA
GRBX
CIBH
INFG
TVTX
USIO
AIXN
CELH
FBSE
TSLA
OMQS
SKWG
SYTA
 

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On 5/5/2021 at 4:20 PM, shamelesscloner said:

Can anyone recommend an online tool that would allow me to pull a list of global public stocks with a CAGR of 26% over the last 10 years? Value Line has a "Total Return 10 Year" screen but it's just US & Canadian companies. 

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Ha - I just saw the bottom ticker of DLHC. I love this company. Been holding them About 2 years now. I love the CEO and CFO. I think they are great capital allocators. However, Zach is getting older I do worry about him retiring. Wish I had them long enough to be a 10 bagger but ill take my 200% and wont cry. They grow through acquisitions. The most common bear case I've seen presented is around their debt. However, they always find creative financing and they have a long history of paying off acquisitions early. The moat of the company is the government contracts. Its not an impenetrable moat by any means. But these contracts are made heavily on connections and trust. Its not easy to become and maintain status as a prime contractor for government agencies. Then once your in the government doesn't like change. So it can become like a pseudo switching moat IMO. 

Anyway I love DLH Corp. They are small so they get overlooked all the time.

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3 hours ago, CapriciousCapital said:

I ran it for 10,000% price return

10 bagger is 1000% not 10000% 🤓

Your screen is for 100 baggers not for 10 baggers. 🤑🤫

You also have to be careful about what exactly the screen means by %. E.g my broker shows 100% gain which makes a stock 2 bagger not 1 bagger. The same way 900% gain is 10 bagger not 9 bagger.

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24 minutes ago, Jurgis said:

10 bagger is 1000% not 10000% 🤓

Your screen is for 100 baggers not for 10 baggers. 🤑🤫

You also have to be careful about what exactly the screen means by %. E.g my broker shows 100% gain which makes a stock 2 bagger not 1 bagger. The same way 900% gain is 10 bagger not 9 bagger.

Well if you're going to go 10 why not go 100? 🤓 --rocketship--

Ok here's 1000% 10 year price "change", >=$5, >=100. Not sure if it's 10 baggers or 9 baggers like mentioned above.

Symbol,10 Year Change,Last Price,10-Day Average Volume
NCPL,389900,12.48,187.3
ONPH,168233.3333,28.55,115220.8
VS,146627.2727,8.1,106889.7
XPEL,144850,60.13,111682.8
OTRK,47650,31.45,211983.1
PRTG,35250,28.03,13210.9
FTLF,34650,41.7,846.5
IPA,29053.84615,7.87,74946.1
GRBX,23600,9.695,924647.7
TVTX,23400,21.315,359666
USIO,22307.40741,6.04,92127.2
CELH,18329.62963,50.645,854863.9
TSLA,12133.40708,680.64,28679460
SYTA,11192.20023,9.7,9906.4
BYRN,10581.81818,21.4,228089.1
OMQS,10506.06061,11,14383.2
PATK,9563.946579,96.3,182128.4
BTX,7637.672584,37.84,21113990
MTA,7075.572519,9.4758,210574.5
HSBI,6965.714286,24.73,33896.9
HROW,6758.333333,8.16,191525.7
ORGS,6535.458138,5.61,412291.1
BEEM,6097.87234,30.2,220451.8
GMBL,5340,11.32,1234259
NCRA,5250,7.5,709.5
REPX,4914.760148,37.0601,23778.8
CRDF,4642.105263,10.01,796170.1
RGEN,4496.029777,189.99,343819.7
ELAMF,4378.26087,10.3,103.8
HQI,4359.52381,18.73,22287.6
LFMD,4231.578947,8.61,608743
SMTI,3800,27.03,23119
LGO,3791.050584,17.955,125408.4
TREE,3661.29666,193.82,380974.5
TPL,3452.540875,1701,53571.2
CZR,3388.737201,104.255,3386961
BLFS,2907.518797,31.42,260954.6
NVDA,2906.832298,596.81,5665010
AXON,2880.865604,137.65,336967.6
TAL,2838.510709,57.08,4056491
NEO,2800.689655,42.39,819072.7
TREX,2774.374577,108.4149,494804.9
CODA,2650,8.16,9661.8
APPS,2451.25,66.19,2772208
HSKA,2416.109046,202.96,63416.3
ALGN,2392.412617,601.91,684398.2
STAA,2348.798521,137.575,581635.5
TCX,2323.4375,78.18,27843.4
OXBC,2284.607692,30.9999,914.1
DXCM,2280.679547,365.17,925247.3
LAD,2167.859273,381.92,254159.4
CLWY,2111.428571,15.48,2722.8
CMGR,2087.5,5.15,54249.1
INTZ,2059.574468,10.65,508727.2
BLDR,2039.917695,51.72,2003994
NHTC,2033.333333,7.82,24828.7
MMAC,2031.25,16.978,33306.3
SAIA,2021.70389,240.87,189649.9
INS,1990.909091,37.1238,45942.5
MPWR,1956.631709,341.2069,366724.4
RWWI,1948.611111,14.5,3100.9
EVI,1941.269841,26.701,12249.7
LINK,1908.064516,12.4,16962.9
HMTC,1908,5.02,1099.1
MKTX,1883.763003,443.65,287981.7
DPZ,1860.027347,432.06,661001.1
SLP,1853.287197,57.43,216757.5
MODD,1823.076923,5.055,6126.4
LEAT,1766.666667,13.8,2156.6
NXST,1763.545568,148.75,468497.8
SUND,1694.871795,7,1742.9
PAR,1686.698337,78.72,183277.1
NBSE,1651.724138,5.03,489933
ABMD,1645.690673,299.96,304156.6
FICO,1634.070175,504.48,162238
GNRC,1614.224138,325.8848,705869.2
CIBH,1603.703704,23,812.9
TYL,1579.949979,407.1946,265158.7
AMZN,1573.26417,3317.7,5065366
ADUS,1564.664311,97.3299,142996.3
BNCC,1560.434783,38,6708.6
XPO,1540.340909,145.6,1016458
MELI,1530.413708,1497.44,415873.5
ODFL,1506.899187,268.06,511383.5
CRAWA,1485.714286,30,111.3
IESC,1470,51.91,62491.5
OPRX,1466.993464,53.64,136648.4
NSSC,1442.66055,33.77,41957.6
NFLX,1423.882446,508.055,4352388
MANH,1394.963214,135,521056.1
ORBN,1392.85629,47.5,664.9
CHDN,1390.672574,202.75,237191.5
GCEH,1385,5.99,23307.7
SYTE,1380,7.4,506.3
ADBE,1347.934132,494.63,1900221
POOL,1346.125707,440.46,267275.5
GRVY,1344.382022,108.05,51376.3
STMP,1343.146067,188.485,231318.1
EXAS,1340.133333,109.1,1396618
ALTO,1331.707317,5.815,2403294
TCEHY,1329.927007,79.2,1761730
ZYXI,1319,14.5,325695.7
TTNDY,1318.38565,97.4,17354.6
WST,1318.080069,332.3542,441482.2
DLHC,1269.333333,10.235,7552
MA,1269.11577,377.72,3235718
NOTV,1261.691542,27.84,125360.2
SAM,1257.31409,1128.565,149118.8
AMEH,1249.664992,32.44,101284.5
WAL,1243.964422,105.34,605461.4
LEXX,1234.782609,6.0373,4872382
ALNY,1231.653226,133.52,561291.2
MED,1225.210918,276.2299,103776.2
IDXX,1212.604628,551.13,352776.3
AVGO,1184.961329,454.555,1728505
ENTG,1172,113.6,939349.9
MSCI,1171.806521,482.67,329843
LRCX,1169.668929,631.29,1169478
ABG,1160.819771,207.4,143815.6
MDVL,1140,13.42,26172.4
URI,1139.435601,343.71,632118.8
CUSI,1136,15.45,2230.2
PODD,1131.322957,240.695,477193.4
ASML,1130.205855,658.77,799832
CDNS,1124.903475,130.48,2353867
NBIX,1123.392613,91.28,735915.4
PDEX,1120.324865,35.05,18510.4
ISDR,1103.913043,26.76,29270.5
ENSG,1101.557925,87.0773,302774.6
CSGP,1095.005097,841.96,218764.6
OSBC,1084.87395,14.02,109373.3
ICTSF,1083.333333,7.1,535.7
V,1065.193301,232.88,6948419
NTES,1064.191769,111.51,1358454
SPSC,1063.133098,100.06,147733.1
PGTI,1061.702128,27.625,306130.7
LGND,1052.962625,130.02,137043
KSPN,1050.887574,19.2923,19811.8
CTAS,1040.879479,357.56,317759
PLBC,1034.322034,27.73,13261.2
ZBRA,1030.479616,489.1231,339246.2
ARWR,1012.881356,66.3896,737360.2
UNIB,1009.022556,14.75,454.9

 

 

 

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On 5/6/2021 at 11:57 PM, Arski said:

Very interesting idea. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to get those global 10-baggers. May I ask what you're going to do with those stocks? Study them and look for common traits?

Haha, I'm not sure yet! Hopefully one of them clunks me over the head as an obvious 10 bagger over the next decade 😉

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