This month I am introducing what I call "Robert's Liquid List"
Each month I run a scan across all the Australian stocks (more than
2400), to find those that meet my own liquidity criteria. For a few
months now the list has contained about 400 stocks each month. Then
during the month when I am scanning for investable or tradeable stocks, I
only search through my Liquid List of about 400 stocks, and I ignore
all the other stocks in the market. This means the scans run faster, and
I don't even look at the so-called illiquid stocks.
Premium Toolbox Members can see more information about my Liquid List, and a link to download the list of stock codes, on this new web page
. There are a couple of ways to navigate to this new web page - from the public Stock Liquidity web page
; and the Toolbox home page sitemap
(under the "Share Market" heading); and the Premium Members Gateway
(there's a link to this on the top of the Toolbox Home page); and the Share Market
web page Quick Links section
(on the left).
are actually three slightly different lists available to download, the
first two of which are details in which you might not be interested:
Robert's Liquid List
- The "Investors / Weekly Table" - A list of the stock codes with key price data and Fundamental Analysis data, based on the long-term version of Robert's Liquidity Rules.
- The "Traders / Daily Table" - A similar list of stock codes and data, based on the shorter term version of Robert's Liquidity Rules.
- An amalgamated list
of all the stock codes from the two lists above, and containing only
stock codes with no price data. This list can be easily imported into
your own watchlist in a spreadsheet or in charting software like
will be refreshed on a monthly basis, within a few days of the end of
each month, and available for Premium Members to download. How to use this list?
- We could take this list as it is, and use it for our Weekly Watch
List instead of the XJO list of 200 stocks. This would double the number
of stocks on our list. In this way we could look for rising stocks
using the same Weekly Watch List criteria
Alternatively, you could adopt the methods used here to find liquid
stocks, and adjust the search criteria, and look for a slightly varied
set of liquid stocks.
This month there are no new or updated eBook (PDF) Articles on this topic; but the existing ones are:
There are now a total of 109 Articles in this collection of eBook Articles - a total of 465 pages of information!
You can see the Master List of all Articles here (recently new or updated ones are highlighted), and the Detailed Topic Index here.
forget to see the updated Table of Contents pages for the Share Trading
articles (see links in the side-bar at right).