Chartink Screener – Fundamental and Technical Scanner

Fundamental and Technical Analysis Scanner or Screener are widely used tools by stock market experts. Stock Scanner tool helps investor and trader in doing a fundamental and technical analysis. On scanner tool, you can filter stocks based on various parameters such as stock price, daily moving average, market cap, dividend yield and many more.

I have already discussed 5 Stock Screener websites for doing fundamental analysis of the stock. In this post, I will share information about Chartink Screener. Chartink is most popular stock screener website that provide both fundamental and technical screener tool. It also provides a facility to generate SMS and E-mail alert. Let’s take a quick look at Chartink Scanner.

Chartink Scanner – Fundamental Analysis Filters

Readymade Fundamental Analysis Filter

Chartink Provides multiple readymade fundamental analysis filters. In order to access fundamental scans kindly visit –

You will be able to see readymade category wise scanner. In order to find specific scanner enter your query in the search tab and press Search scans. It will show relevant scanner associated with your search query. For more information refer to the following screenshot.

Chartink Search

How to create own filter for Fundamental Analysis?

It is easy to create your own customize filter using Chartlink website. Let’s try to understand the process by example.

Example -1  Suppose you want to find out and compare Stock with Highest EPS.

  • The first step is going to Screener tool.
  • From navigation tab click on “Create Scan” under scanners tab.
  • Click on green color funnel – Filter icon.
  • Select “Earning Per Share [EPS]” from a drop-down menu.
  • It will automatically open another menu where you need to select “Greater than”
  • Now enter the value of EPS.
  • Next is press Run Scan button.
  • It will display all stocks with EPS greater than a value specified by you.

Chartink stock screener EPS

Example -2 Suppose you want to find out low debt companies.

  • Visit Chartink screener tool.
  • Click on green color funnel – Filter icon.
  • Select “Total Loans” from a drop-down menu.
  • Next is select “Equals” and enter number 0.
  • Press Run Scan button and you will be able to see debt-free companies on the screen.

Chartink Low Debt

Chartink Scanner – Technical Analysis Filters

 Technical Analysis filters help you to do technical analysis. You can find many things such as candlestick scans, buy/sell signal, stock with rising/falling price, increase in volume, bullish golden cross scan, technical breakouts etc.

How to create own filter for Technical Analysis?

Example -1 Suppose you want to find High Volume Stocks.

  • The first step is going to Screener tool.
  • From navigation tab click on “Create Scan” under scanners tab.
  • Click on green color funnel – Filter icon.
  • Select “Volume” from a drop down menu.
  • Now select “Greater than equal to” and Enter Number.
  • Press Run Scan button and you will be able to see all high volume stocks on your screen.

Chartlink Scanner – How to create and configure alert?

You can also configure SMS or E-mail alert for all these reports.

In order to configure alerts, you need to click on “Create Alert” button as shown in the screenshot below.

chartink create alert

However, it is premium facility and you need to pay money for the same. Monthly cost for this facility is Rs.750.

You can configure to run alerts every 5/10/15/20/30/60/120/240 minutes & on daily, weekly or monthly basis. Alerts can also be configured to run after market close & open.

Do you think Chartink Scanner for Fundamental or Technical Analysis is helpful?

Do share your views and experience in the comment section.

Article by Raviraj

Raviraj is the man behind He is graduate in finance, engaged in blogging since 7 years. Moneyexcel blog is ranked as one of the Top 10 Personal Finance Blog in India. He is not affiliated with any financial product, service provider, agent or broker. The purpose of this blog is to spread financial awareness and help people in achieving excellence for money. Please note that the views expressed on this Blog/Comments are clarifications meant for reference and guidance of the readers to explore further on the topics. These should not be construed as investment advice or legal opinion.

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