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I like Stockscreen123 because it allows you to make your own rules using data straight off of financial statements.  It is the only screener I've seen that allows you to build a net-net screen. But it doesn't have many overseas stocks in the database.  I use the financial times screener for those.

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Finviz is OK for a free screener. I found lots of inconsistencies in the data when you use it for anything other than simple p/e or p/b screens.  If the data is incorrect, the screener cannot be that reliable. Well, you get what you pay for in this case ( finviz being free).

 

Among paid screening tools, I found the AAII screener pretty good, although you have to download the data every week ( I am not sure if that is still the case). Screener.co screener is the best I have found amongst the paid screeners and the data is pretty consistent.

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Cap IQ is definitely worth the cost. FactSet is just as good for creating screens, but not as good for quickly looking through a list of companies/screen results.

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