The list of companies selected in the search by name (or by stock screeners, as we will see below) will be displayed on the table of companies page.
This is a special display table that shows rating information both in tabular and graphically form using a horizontal bar chart that provides a visual reference to the value of the ratings.
Each column contains the values of a given rating for all the companies in the table. By default only the main ratings are shown: Gradement rating, price fairness rating, solvency rating and profitability rating. With the +Rating button you can add new ratings (there are a total of 25 ratings available per company). With -Rating you can eliminate some rating from the companies table.
You can switch between Table mode, with a display suitable for desktop computers, or Column mode with a data rendering mode most appropriate for mobile devices.
At any given time only one of the columns in the companies table or rating table can display the reference bars. These bars allow you to graphically visualize the value of the column ratings. It can be seen as a bar graph rearranged horizontally over the column.
Clicking on the name (in the top row) of a particular column and the Show reference bars option will change the refence bar of the current column to the selected one.
The first column reference bar (with a white background color) is a special bar that marks the reference line postion within the column. This is a line that runs vertically through the column. By default the initial value of the reference line is 7. Automatically the rows whose value exceeds that of the reference line will be marked with a darker color, this way we have a quick visual reference of which are the companies or ratings that surpass a certain value. Clicking on this first reference bar will access a context menu that will allow you to change the value of this reference line.
If you click on the name of any given company in the table of companies you will get the rating table associated with that company. By default this table shows:
By using the +Rating button you can add more relative ratings to the ratings table. As with the table of companies, you have the -Rating available to remove ratings from the table. You also have here available the table and column display modes.