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Dileepa

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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

This is a simple tool to check the fundamental value of your counters.
This will fetch data from Financial Times(need internet access) and
rank the counters based on several parameters and CSE norms.

Download the tool here:
http://www.mediafire.com/view/utfewtjjpv608j2/HealthCheck_3_0_0.xlsm
1. Select the counter in C2 (Yellow cell)
2. Click on "Fetch Financials"

Health Check For Your Holdings Rating10

Originally this was developed to keep me away from troubles.
Although I'm still testing the ranking parameters,
easy access to important data will be helpful to many.
#I usually pick counters which score over 60 and avoid which are bellow 40.
This may not work on some counters.
Let me know if you have difficulties getting it to work.

Cheers..

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Kithsiri

Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 5:12 pm by Kithsiri

Thanks.
Let me know how to fetch the financials ?

Jiggysaurus

Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 5:16 pm by Jiggysaurus

Your spreadsheet gives a ranking of 36 for JKH, it may be that your ranking parameters are giving undue weightage to dividend yield. It may be better to give the user the option to change the ranking parameters.

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Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 5:33 pm by Dileepa

>Kithsiri, Just click on "Fetch Financials" button.

>Jiggysaurus,
Yes, that is due to poor dividend yield, growth rate and ROE.
I use this to find absolute safe counters.
JKH rated below 40 does not mean it is a bad investment.
(But that tiny margins and returns are a concern to me)

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Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 6:04 pm by kalum

Thanks Dileepa. I found this very much useful. Thank you.

I have few questions tough.

ex:
when i tired to analyze KAHA, it gave me rank 0. EPS /Book value and figures are wrong.

As Jiggysaurus suggested, can you please release another version where we can input some values and thresholds?

Health Check For Your Holdings Kaha11

Appreciate your effort and please keep it up. Smile

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Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 6:42 pm by Dileepa

Thank you for pointing out,
As you said Book value per share, Current ratio, Quick ratio, etc are wrong
It seems like FT data order is different for non dividend paying counters.
Will correct that next time.

Any way EPS(-0.5106 LKR ) is correct as per FT.
What is the EPS as per financial reports?
If this is wrong, need to write to FT scratch 

kalum wrote:
when i tired to analyze KAHA, it gave me rank 0. EPS /Book value and figures are wrong.

As Jiggysaurus suggested, can you please release another version where we can input some values and thresholds?

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Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:10 pm by kalum

Thanks Dileepa.
As per the last quarter report the month ended 30th sep. KAHA
http://www.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/710_1384429899438.pdf

EPS is 0.22

09 months ended - 0.24

I''m not sure if this report considering annualized value?

Sorry i didn't get what is mean by TTM.

BTW, this sort of tools that we needed. I wish you could improve this and share with us soon. This will be very much beneficial for us.Keep it up.

K.Haputantri

Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:30 pm by K.Haputantri

Thanks Dileepa, but unable to down load. I get "author version" without some cells shown in the post.

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Post Sun Nov 24, 2013 9:31 pm by worthiness

@Dileepa.
It seems that the application is not workable in Windows 8 operating system. Please advise.

prasadrmb

Post Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:12 am by prasadrmb

Thanks Deleep, Valuable one.

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Post Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:40 am by micomgi

Thank you very much Deleep. Could you please provide the password for source code, I like to change little.

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Post Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:01 pm by maurya

it does not working in my lap?? any specific system requirements??

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Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 2:43 am by Dileepa

kalum wrote:Thanks Dileepa.
As per the last quarter report the month ended 30th sep. KAHA
http://www.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/710_1384429899438.pdf

EPS is 0.22

09 months ended - 0.24

I''m not sure if this report considering annualized value?

Sorry i didn't get what is mean by TTM.

BTW, this sort of tools that we needed. I wish you could improve this and share with us soon. This will be very much beneficial for us.Keep it up.
TTM means Trailing Twelve Months.
Will do the necessary update asap.
Regards

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Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 2:53 am by Dileepa

Those who had problems,

There are some data connection problems.
Will sort that out asap and post here a new update.

Cheers..

smallville

Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:11 am by smallville

Dileepa wrote:>Kithsiri, Just click on "Fetch Financials" button.

>Jiggysaurus,
Yes, that is due to poor dividend yield, growth rate and ROE.
I use this to find absolute safe counters.
JKH rated below 40 does not mean it is a bad investment.
(But that tiny margins and returns are a concern to me)
Jiggy,

With JKH we always will have to make judgement calls. Automated tools and even sometimes ctock charts cannot be taken as guidence too..

Deleepa,

Your tremendous efforts in developing these kinda timely inventions need applause.. Thanks for the valueable tool. I found few issues with some counters, as Kalum pointed out KAHA was one and few others also missing data. At the time of writing I did not have time to analyse and tell u all this, but its good to have a look.

Also, counters like JKH - Can you modify it to add a % or a value for 'future prospects' so that we can give a certain amount of value that we think appropriate for its press releases. Like JKH casino project, how it will add revenue to them and the impact it can have for their hotels.
This is kind of a 'mind value' but I donno whether this is possible. Cool 

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Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:58 pm by Dileepa

Dileepa wrote:Those who had problems,
There are some data connection problems.
Will sort that out asap and post here a new update.
Cheers..
Fixed the above issue.
Now this should work with any counter, hopefully with accurate data.
Download the new version here ↓
http://www.mediafire.com/download/nvv3l9au7w2ri3m/

1. If you can't download, Try Firefox or Chrome browser.
2. This is a macro enabled work book. Once you download check the extension.
   It should be ".xlsm"
3. Don't use "Open with" option, Download first and then double click to open.
4. You should enable macros from Trust Center settings for it to work.
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5. This need data connectivity to work. Enable data connections from Trust Center
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Let me know if receive any error messages or inaccurate data.

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Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:11 pm by Dileepa

smallville wrote:

Your tremendous efforts in developing these kinda timely inventions need applause.. Thanks for the valueable tool. I found few issues with some counters, as Kalum pointed out KAHA was one and few others also missing data. At the time of writing I did not have time to analyse and tell u all this, but its good to have a look.

Also, counters like JKH - Can you modify it to add a % or a value for 'future prospects' so that we can give a certain amount of value that we think appropriate for its press releases. Like JKH casino project, how it will add revenue to them and the impact it can have for their hotels.
This is kind of a 'mind value' but I donno whether this is possible. Cool 
small,

Thanks for the feed back. I think data issue is almost fixed now.
Will think about the future prospects issue.
Currently I'm thinking about a statistical method analyses the entire market at once.

Cheers..

cseguide

Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:25 pm by cseguide

Dileepa wrote:
smallville wrote:

Your tremendous efforts in developing these kinda timely inventions need applause.. Thanks for the valueable tool. I found few issues with some counters, as Kalum pointed out KAHA was one and few others also missing data. At the time of writing I did not have time to analyse and tell u all this, but its good to have a look.

Also, counters like JKH - Can you modify it to add a % or a value for 'future prospects' so that we can give a certain amount of value that we think appropriate for its press releases. Like JKH casino project, how it will add revenue to them and the impact it can have for their hotels.
This is kind of a 'mind value' but I donno whether this is possible. Cool 
small,

Thanks for the feed back. I think data issue is almost fixed now.
Will think about the future prospects issue.
Currently I'm thinking about a statistical method analyses the entire market at once.

Cheers..
Thanks Dileepa and keep it up and best wishes for developing a statistical method analyses that you hope to do.

smallville

Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 8:41 pm by smallville

Dileepa wrote:

Currently I'm thinking about a statistical method analyses the entire market at once.

Cheers..
Fantastic news mate.. Keep it up Wink

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Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 8:51 pm by kalum

Thanks Dileepa. I will download this now and come back to you with feedback. As small has mentioned this type of commitment need to be appreciate and it is very much valuable for us. I wish you happy trade. keep it up. Smile

sriranga

Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 8:54 pm by sriranga

Great.Thanks Dileepa, really valuable. Appreciate your commitment and effort.

Backstage

Post Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:02 pm by Backstage

Thanks Dileepa, you, Hunter and Kalum are adding some much needed freshness to the forum. Much appreciated.

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Post Wed Nov 27, 2013 11:19 am by kalum

Thanks Dileepa,

This is a brief input of my findings.

I have gone though shares randomly and some of them reflect wrong values.
ex: LMF,KAHA

How ever some shares work perfect.
(based on 2013 audited annual report), Im not sure how to calculate TTM values, but they seems ok when consider the past figures of financial reports.
ex: ALLI,ASIR, etc:

As i have mentioned, it is awesome effort, and i highly appreciate your effort. please keep it up!



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Post Wed Nov 27, 2013 11:29 am by kalum

Backstage wrote:Thanks Dileepa, you, Hunter and Kalum are adding some much needed freshness to the forum. Much appreciated.
Thanks Backstage. It's a pleasure if i could help someway to this forum.
But i honestly think my contribution to the forum is less significant compared to the effort of this forums admins and moderators and senior members. Smile

K.Haputantri

Post Wed Nov 27, 2013 12:32 pm by K.Haputantri

Fantastic Dileepa!!!
No more research, no more reading of lengthy financial reports spending valuable hours. ?Will it make us lazy couch potetos. Any way, you are an asset to the forum. Continue the Good work bro. I know you can do much more and we support your yomen service.cheers

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