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    Default Finding quality companies

    Hi forum followers,
    I am posting this topic to see if any traders of aussie shares have been able to identify a useful stock screener to use to find quality companies here in aus. Having traded US stocks a little, I have found that there are a number of good web sites and free stock screeners to use to find good companies in the states. I was hoping that someone may be able to pass on some information on good websites for looking at market, sector analysis and some good tools to use in particular a stock screener.

    When I talk about quality companies I am looking for companies with positive earnings growth, revenue growth and a positive profit margin.

    For traders of US shares have a look at smartmoney.com for good tools especially the sector tracker and market map. Yahoo did have a good stock screener as well but not for austalian shares.

    Thanks for any information..........

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