Category Archives: Stock Screening

McDonald’s Stock Analysis – Technicals

In my previous two posts I examined various fundamental and valuation metrics for McDonald’s using historical data over a 10-year time span.  From these analyses, MCD was awarded 3 of 3 stars in the fundamentals section for having an average … Continue reading

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McDonald’s Valuation

In my previous post, I examined the fundamental business performance of McDonald’s over the last 10 year time period.  Based on this analysis, MCD was awarded 3 of 3 stars in the fundamentals category for having an average RoE of … Continue reading

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McDonald’s Stock Analysis – Fundamentals

Though I will eventually get around to analyzing Canadian dividend growth stocks, I am presently involved in screening my current U.S. stocks.  Though I performed in-depth reviews of each of my holding prior to investing, I am interested in keeping … Continue reading

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JNJ Technical Analysis

In my previous posts I have examined various fundamental and valuation metrics for Johnson & Johnson using historical data over a 10-year time span. From these analyses, JNJ was awarded 3 of 3 stars in the fundamentals section for having … Continue reading

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JNJ Valuation

In my previous post, I examined the historical performance of Johnson & Johnson using various fundamental analysis metrics. Based on these calculations, JNJ was awarded 3 of 3 stars in the fundamentals category for having an average RoE of greater … Continue reading

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Down to Business – JNJ Fundamental Analysis

To get this blog started on the right foot, I’m going to postpone some planned discussion and get right to the heart of the matter; analyzing potential stocks for investment. As I am interested primarily in dividend growth stocks in … Continue reading

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