Welcome to QAV Club!
We have a lot of information and a variety of tools for you to learn the QAV method, and we know it can be a little confusing and overwhelming.
Here are my recommended steps to getting started.
1. Take some time to listen to our Getting Started episodes and read the Getting Started Guide (aka The QAV Bible). That’s really where you’ll find everything you need to know about how to make QAV work for you.
2. If you’re looking for the checklist, there are two main versions. Both can be found in our Dropbox folder. You can find a link to that below, too.
If you’re new, you should probably start with the “CR” version. It’s a simplified version of the checklist, designed for manual data entry. You can get the data from Stock Doctor or the source of your choice. It’s a good way to get familiar with the array of data we use, especially if you work your way through the Bible while you’re using it.
The TK version of the checklist is far more complex. It’s designed to be used in conjunction with Stock Doctor’s filters. You have to setup and run a SD filter, then download the result into this checklist. It’s a LOT faster and allows us to process the entire ASX in about an hour – but I recommend you don’t try this until you’re pretty comfortable with how QAV works.
Neither version of the checklist gets updated very often, mostly because we don’t want to run the risk of breaching Stock Doctor’s terms by giving away their data. The idea is that you can use the structure of the checklist with your own data inputs from SD. We only update them if we change them structurally – ie add new columns, change a calculation, etc.
3. If you are looking for Tony’s latest Buy and Watch lists, they can be found as tabs in our QAV Portfolio (see link below).