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Zoo Digital passes   / 4 of the Greenblatt's Magic Formula Strategy.
History This screen implements the Magic Formula value investing strategy pioneered by hedge fund manager, Joel Greenblatt. It is based on buying 20-30 "good, cheap companies" defined as having the best available combined MFI ranking in terms of Earnings Yield and a Return on Capital.  Greenblatt argues that return on capital is the best determinant of whether a business is a good one or not (companies that can earn a high ROC over time generally have a special advantage that keeps competition from destroying it, such as a unique business model). Earnings yield is his metric for 'cheapness'. Greenblatt believes that stock prices of a firm can experience “wild” swings even as the value of the company stays relatively constant giving investors opportunities to buy low and sell high. more »

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Mkt Cap £m > 30
Magic Formula Rank > 0
Rank ( Earnings Yield % ) < 99%
Rank ( ROC % Greenblatt ) < 99%
Qualifies in the top 30 stocks sorted by Magic Formula Rank ascending

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