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This question is for jeydee, (John), who is a general expert and computer expert. The question is what tool can I use to get a list of stocks, NYSE and NASDAQ, whose prices are greater than or equal to $90? Thank you.

Hi,

Okay, first go to the following page, and scroll down towards to bottom of the page, then click on the ",download the MSN Money Investment Toolbox" link.

http://moneycentral.msn.com/investor/controls/PortPromo.asp

This will take you to the download page of MoneyCentral where the tool will start downloading and installing automatically. When it finishes you will see a chart in the box. When you do click the "I See The Chart" link..

If you get to a sign-in page just ignore it and go to the following page instead:

http://moneycentral.msn.com/investor/home.asp

On the left side of the page you will see a list of links. Look for Stock Screener under Stocks and click on it. This should take you to the Deluxe Screener page which looks like this:

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Now click on the field under Field Name. A drop down menu will appear. Select > Stock Price History , then select Last Price, as shown below:

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Next go to the next field to the right, i.e. "Operator", and click on it and choose the "> =" i.e. grater or equal sign:

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Finally go to the next field to the right , i.e. "Value", and click on it and choose "Custom Value" then enter 90.

You have now created the first criteria for this particular search. To add another criteria to this search query click again on the first field to the left "Field Name" and choose another criteria from the list. Repeat the above process until you have completed the second criteria.

You can add as many criteria as you like to build you specific search query. For example the criteria would be:
1- Stock price greater or equal than 90
AND
2- Stock is on the NYSE Exchange
AND
3- With P/E Ratio = or above a certain value
AND
4- Five Year Average Return = or greater than a certain value
ETC.

Then click the Run Search button to start the search.

When done, click on File > Save to save this search query for later use.

Hope this helps. If you need further information please feel free to ask.

 

 

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