Stock screeners are tools that allow you to input a specific set of criteria to create a list of qualifying stocks. From there, you can do an individual stock analysis to decide which should go on your buy list.
#1. Motley Fool
Motley Fool — Founded in 1993, The Motley Fool is an investment education website that provides a variety of free and paid content. Its primary service is the Motley Fool Stock Advisor, which provides stock picks. According to the company’s website, Stock Advisor has 4X’ed the S&P 500 over the past two decades. When you sign up, you’ll get two stock recommendations per month, ongoing sell notices, and monthly Best Buys Now. You’ll also have access to a library of stock research. Motley Fool’s Stock Advisor has a price tag of $39 per month or $99 per year.