This is a strategy that aims to highlight companies showing growth at a reasonable price. This is a mix of value and growth investing often abbreviated as 'GARP'. GARP investors typically target more sustainable growth rates of 10% – 20%, as opposed to an aggressive growth investor who might target 25%+ growth rates. GARP investors also tend to focus on a company having a high return on capital (especially relative to their industry average) as an indication of superior potential. You can read more here.
Smarter Stock Picking: Using Strategies from the Professionals to Improve Your Returns
by David Stevenson
This screen implements the generic GARP approach outlined in David Stevenson's excellent book, "Smarter Stock Picking".
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|Timeframe||Screen Returns||FTSE 100||Outperformance|
|Average No. of Holdings||7.5|
|Ticker||Name||Mkt Cap £m||Sector||EPS 3y CAGR %||EPS 5y CAGR %||P/E||ROCE %||ROCE % PTTM||Net Mgn %||Net Mgn % 1y Ago||RS 1y|
Can't see the share you expect? View this screen as a checklist to find out why.