A fair pricing model - $10 a month

No lock-in. Cancel anytime. Money goes towards development and server costs.

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The future of scanning

Stock screener and research platform for swing traders.

  • Try 30 days for free. No credit card needed, so your trial won't auto-renew by default.
  • Advanced report view that combine the best of fundamental and technical indicators.
  • Powerful and easy-to-use stock screener.
  • Build together. Join our Discord server and discuss what to work on next.

This to me is by far the most technological advanced stock screener you will find in the current market place. For 10 dollars this is a * steal.


Frequently asked questions

Is base.report right for me?

It’s aimed at swing traders with average holding periods of a few days to a few weeks. We’ve optimized for scanning momentum breakouts, mean reversions, and similar setups based on technical analysis.

Where can I learn more about how base.report works?
The videos library is a great place to start! We also have a list of guides. If you have any specific questions, please reach out to us. We’re always happy to help.
What is BPR?
It stands for ‘base performance rating.’ It’s a price performance rating, on a 0–100 scale, that represents the stock’s strength, based on its current price relative to recent highs and lows across 20-day, 50-day, and 200-day periods. A stock with a price closer to its recent highs will have a higher score.
What is ADR%?
The average daily range, calculated as a percentage over the past 20 trading sessions, is a volatility indicator. It gives you an idea of how ‘fast’ the stock has moved recently.
How often is the data updated?
Both pricing and fundamental data are updated daily about one hour after the market closes. The data also updates at 20:00 EDT to account for post-market trading. News data is updated on demand whenever you visit a report page.
What are the limitations of base.report?
We lack time-sensitive data, so base.report isn’t great for scanning for episodic pivots. More generally speaking, base.report lacks strong charting capabilities. Tools like TradingView or TC2000 are already great at that, and we offer screener export options to both TradingView and TC2000 so you can get the best of both worlds.
Where do you get the stock data from?
All of our stock data is provided by EODHD APIs.

I've been using it since its inception and I love it. Great tool for looking up setups and as a study source. I also believe it has enormous potential to continue improving.