tracking stocks with the smoothest upward trending charts over the last 10 years

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tracking stocks with the smoothest upward trending charts over the last 10 years steve yarnall 3/31/12 10:36 AM
is there a tool folks would suggest or share that a novice small time investor could use to filter down to stocks with chart trends similar to let's say mcdonalds (MCD) for the last 10 years? I see e.g. using the  stock over the last ten years with a 10-year hi/lo spread stat as a method...but some of these stocks like walmart (WMT) don't reflect the same trending growth over the 10 years...
Re: tracking stocks with the smoothest upward trending charts over the last 10 years John C Gilmour 3/31/12 12:06 PM
How about on any Google Finance page click on Stock Screener (top left)
A very useful tool.

Good hunting,

J


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On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 1:36 PM, steve yarnall <svya...@gmail.com> wrote:
is there a tool folks would suggest or share that a novice small time investor could use to filter down to stocks with chart trends similar to let's say mcdonalds (MCD) for the last 10 years? I see e.g. using the  stock over the last ten years with a 10-year hi/lo spread stat as a method...but some of these stocks like walmart (WMT) don't reflect the same trending growth over the 10 years...

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Re: tracking stocks with the smoothest upward trending charts over the last 10 years ABCDE 4/19/12 9:59 AM
I dont know of any specific tools to accomplish this, although you may want to Google search for 'dividend aristocrats' which are generally stocks that have paid regular dividends over the past 25+ years, e.g. stocks like IBM, and MCD.