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Screen Stocks

To investigate stocks for potential investment according to a predetermined set of criteria. For example, an investor may screen stocks according to the lowest price, the most market capitalization, the most favorable price-earnings ratio, or any number of other variables. One may also combine criteria while screening stocks. The process is designed to help one make the best investment decisions, and is often accomplished with the help of a computer.

screen

To examine various securities with the goal of selecting a limited number that meet certain predetermined requirements. For example, an investor might screen all electric utilities for stock that offers a dividend yield of 8% or more and a price-earnings ratio of 8 or less.

Screen.

A screen is a set of criteria against which you measure stocks or other investments to find those that meet your criteria.

For example, you might screen for stocks that meet a certain environmentally or socially responsible standard, or for those with current price-to-earnings ratios (P/E) less than the current market average.

A socially responsible mutual fund describes the screens it uses to select investments in its prospectus.

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Moving beyond initial training, professional screeners will be able to use the simulator to maintain their proficiency, just like the airline pilots.
In addition, Screener's front-end visual component testing solution enables developers to test individual UI components to get the fast feedback they need in the early stages of the development cycle.
To cap it off, the Manunuri officers and members pointed out that they 'heed the plea for all award-giving bodies to be extra careful with the screeners entrusted to them,' asserting that, 'then as now,' they 'will never participate in the unauthorized reproduction, uploading, and public viewing of these films because piracy violates the very ideals for which MPP was established.'
In its pitch to Congress, the TSA said PreCheck would relieve lines, requiring fewer screeners. But the program didn't ramp up nearly as quickly as expected, enrolling roughly a third of the 30 million passengers the agency hoped would have applied by now.
In STI's experience, gained from its own screeners working at German airports, and from international clients, we can see that Germany has set high standards which should be implemented in other countries.
Airport security screeners face the same quirk of human perception, but for them it's a deadly game of spotting threats amid the clutter on checkpoint video monitors.
As the player setting the ball screen rolls (5), the ball-side-wing-player (2) sneaks up and sets a back screen for the screener (5), the player rolling after setting the initial ball screen (Diag.
To reassure the customer of the ALLU screener crusher capacities, Ideachip Argentina and Eco2site organized a demonstration at the actual construction site of one potential customer.
One of the most significant changes was the shift from using private screeners to using federal screeners at all but five commercial airports in the United States.
The latest task order awards, valued at a total of $5.6M, include increased numbers of new hire screener training; the addition of both passenger and baggage cross-over training; federal flight deck officer training course planning and scheduling; EEO training course planning and scheduling; and training systems development.
Since the implementation of the new federal law late last year, the composition of the new screener work force has radically changed.