Publishing the Boss Score – call for technical help
A few month ago I described my Scoring model which tries to identify potentially interesting stocks which show low fundamental volatility at attractive valuations and ROEs above cost of capital (“Boss” for “Boring sexy stocks”).
In the meantime I have built up a Excel database of around 1.500 stocks (and growing…). As I am a big fan of sharing information, I tried to come up with a convenient and cheap way to publish the results.
Ideally I would like to have something like an “Online database” where one could search & filter by certain categories, like Name, Score, Volatility, ROE and then get the results. And of course this should be easy to implement (no programming, easy update and free of charge).
So far I managed only to embed a google spreadsheet into WordPress. I imported the first 50 stocks in the database starting with A in a test page on the blog. The page is online already since a couple of weeks but so far no one has noticed (or no one is interested anyway). The result looks like this:
(By the way, Accell really looks good in the model…..)
Google Docs is a great way to do this. As soon as I update the Google sheet, it updates automatically in the blog. However, embedding the sheet in WordPress does not allow to use the search function or similar things
So here is the question:
Does anyone have an idea how to make the embedded google sheet more user friendly, i.e. searchable through something like a drop down menue ? I don’t really want people to access the underlying sheet.
Or is there another way to put a searchable Excel sheet online without programming and costs ?
In the meantime alternative I would just publish selected subsets like Top 10 per country or something like that.
So if you know how to do this, please send me a mail or comment on the page.