818: Vox Screens Stocks: John & Justin pick two stocks using the Piotroski Score

The Vox Markets Podcast

02-08-2022 • 24 mins

Each week we'll use a variety of stock screening approaches to come up with a list of stocks which fit the criteria of this week’s stock screener, then John & Justin will pick a stock from the list, explain what they like about it.

This week we are filtering using the Piotroski Score

The Piotroski score is a discrete score between zero and nine that reflects nine criteria used to determine the strength of a firm's financial position. The Piotroski score is used to determine the best value stocks, with nine being the best and zero being the worst.

The Piotroski score was named after Chicago Accounting Professor Joseph Piotroski, who devised the scale, according to specific aspects of company financial statements. Aspects are focused on the company’s accounting results in recent time periods (years). For every criterion met, one point is awarded; otherwise, no points are awarded. The points are then added up to determine the best value stocks.

John's Pick is:

Sanderson Design Group #SDG

Sanderson Design Group PLC is a luxury interior furnishings company that designs, manufactures and markets wallpapers, fabrics and paints. In addition, the Company derives licensing income from the use of its designs on a wide range of products such as bed and bath collections, rugs, blinds and tableware.

Sanderson Design Group's brands include Zoffany, Sanderson, Morris & Co., Harlequin, Scion, Clarke & Clarke and Archive by Sanderson Design.

Justin's Pick is:

SpaceandPeople #SAL

The SpaceandPeople markets sell and administer promotional space as well as on-mall and short-term retail space in high footfall venues, including shopping centres, garden centres, city centres, retail parks and train stations.

They match brands, promoters and retailers to the venues and footfalls that are right for them.