Can the five stocks chosen by this year's Small Cap Zweig screen return some much-needed momentum?
By Alex Newman , 25 August 2016
The nine high-yielding stocks selected by our free-cash-flow kings screen significantly underperformed the market this year. But will this year's picks wrest back the crown from the FTSE All-Share?
Last year's high quality large-cap screen failed to beat the market for the first time since its inception in 2011. Can 2016's selection of six blue-chips return the screen to its previous highs?
The results from last year's Piotroski F-Score screen were disappointing, although the high-scoring Aim picks again delivered
The High Quality Small Caps screen has again beaten its benchmarks in the past year, although its stockpicking qualities still throws up some dicey selections
While it's been a tough 12 months for my contrarian value screen, the track record it has built up over five years is spectacular, with the top five shares boasting a cumulative total return of 139 per cent over the period, compared with 41 per cent from the FTSE All-Share