Request: BUX Zero New searching method

Hi!

This will just be a question/suggestion and i would lovee it if other users react and share their thoughts!
i once suggested this on the Youtube channel from Stevan, he liked it but i am curious about what the users think!

i was thinking if it would come in handy to have a feature while searching which is based on how long a company has been active on the market. To see which are new and which are not?

My way of thinking is as followed:

  1. i am curious to see how new and younger companies are handeling themselves in the market, just to see and learn from what it does (get more/get less in value) and also to find out when these evens occur. Not to predict the market (nearly impossible) but to learn from it!
  2. I think some people would be interested in investing in the new ones.

How it would look like:
Active since - 0-6 months
Active since - 6-12 months
Active since - 1 -2 years
Active since - 2-5 years
Active since - 5 - 10 years.

Please share your thoughts and make this open to discussion!

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Better late than never, but this would be a amazing feature!

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I like the idea of having more ways to find newer companies in general. I do wonder what you mean by ‘active on the market’ though. Do you mean time since IPO or time since they started the company? The reason I ask is that some companies do their IPO relatively late and are already established companies.

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In general i mean since they were into the stocks. All the details about how old should just be in the info part when you click on a stock.

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To be honest that would not be a big add on for me. However it would be nice to have a filters like that you proposed above. For example I am interested to find companies that have P/E <30 and P/E>0 or dividend yield bigger than 5%. Maybe different filters can come together to support the search functionality

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@Fergus maybe you can ask the team about filtering options such as mentioned above. Filters in different ways like time active or p/e?

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Hi @Cobalt yes definitely! I’ll hand it over to our product team. This can also be an interesting topic to write a data report about it :smiley:

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