This page contains various stock watchlists to try to help investors find undervalued stocks. Some of  theses tools were designed by my good friend Adib of

S&P 500 by 52 week low prices

Portfolio Tracking And Watchlist Stocks/a> (close ended fund details) (a great tool to calculate various returns on your investment. You can put in initial investment, time horizon, expected return, expected inflation, tax rate, and annual investments).

Mutual Fund Expense CalculatorThis calculator can help you analyze the costs associated with buying shares in a mutual fund. By entering a few pieces of information, found in your fund’s prospectus, you can see the impact of fees and operating expenses on your investment.



Dogs of the Dow

Stocks with Highest Piotroski Scores

Graham Number (NCAV) Stock Screen

S&P 500 Map Heatmap (great tools)

Dividend Yield Ranking for the S&P 500 by Company And Industry

S&P 500 by P/E


General watchlist and Portfolio tracker


Watchlists by Greg Speicher

Companies in the Value Line Investment Survey universe which have one of the following characteristics: 1) high return on equity over the past ten years, 2) high growth in book value over the past ten years, or 3) strong sponsorship by top value investors.

Watchlist – Part 1

Watchlist – Part 2

US Exchanges 52 Week Lows

Toronto (TSX) 52 Week Lows

London (LSE) 52 Week Lows

Return on assets (5 yr avg) > 12%; P/E < 10

Magic Formula

Morningstar Screens

Low-Priced Growth Stocks

Bargain Small Caps

List of Retailers


The tables will be updated every six months, in January and July, via Novel Investor

Novel Investor Asset Class Returns TableSource:

Source: Novel Investor

Novel Investor International Markets Returns TableSource:

Source: Novel Investor