The Screen of Screens is a blended investment approach devised by Stockopedia. It picks stocks that are appearing most frequently across all the 'Guru Screens' tracked by Stockopedia - be they quality, value, momentum, growth or income (excluding short-selling strategies). A stock must be appearing on at least four strategies before it can qualify for the Screen of Screens. Ed Page Croft, CEO of Stockopedia, says: ?One benefit of a blended approach such as the Screen of Screens is that it builds a portfolio exposed to many driving factors of stock returns at once.? By definition, this strategy tends to highlight a list of relatively defensive stocks because they exhibit good fundamentals across a wide range of investing disciplines. The strategy was highlighted in an Financial Times feature by David Stevenson titled: "Stock screens to net the ones that get away". In it he said: "You need to use a website or system that can run the screens for you, and then identify the stocks that come up most often in each of them, which is exactly what Stockopedia has done." more »
This indicates whether the company's main listing is in London. There are many dual listed companies on the London exchange who have their primary listing elsewhere. It's value is set to either 1 or 0 where 1 indicates a primary listing in London.
Stockopedia explains Is Primary Listing...
This can be a useful flag for identifying companies eligible for inclusion in tax efficient wrappers like ISAs and SIPPs.
To filter for primary listed stocks in the relevant exchange, set this value equal to 1, or to find stocks that are primary listed elsewhere set this equal to zero.