I woke up with my usual routine this morning, rolled over, bleary eyed and grabbed my kindle to thumb through the FT Money section to find a wonderful write up of Stockopedia's Premium feature set by David Stevenson in the Adventurous Investor column.
In the piece he highlights the "gloriously designed pages" and "long list of in-depth valuation measures" and I am sure he won't mind me quoting a few snippets from the piece for Stockopedia readers:
Firstly on the screener....
In the US there are already some great stock screening websites... but now there is an equivalent in the UK, www.stockopedia.com , which has just released the beta version of its new stock-screening tool. It charges £14.99 per month but allows you to see all the stocks that are currently identified by the most successful value investing screening processes... Each stock screen comes with an excellent introduction and some limited backtesting of its stockpicking success since the end of last year.
And on the stock reports...
For each company, you can click through to a superb profile page, featuring a huge range of valuation metrics.... Having used the site, my general view is that the individual company pages on Stockopedia are an absolute delight and incredibly easy to read - very "Web 2.0"
He also highlights our use of advanced professional grade filters such as the Piotroski F-Score
"widely regarded as one of the most powerful predictive, value-based signals in the world of value investing, and sits at the heart of professional screens run by the likes of Andrew Lapthorne at Societe Generale."
and Altman Z-Score...
a more specific balance sheet measure that attempts to predict "how likely a company is to head into serious financial difficulty in the next 2 years. "Again this is a powerful, professional grade measure.
I'm very pleased to see that the fruits of our labour are worthy of a review by such a prestigious columnist and do hope that you'll check out the full article which is available here http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6362157c-8eb9-11e1-aa12-00144feab49a.html
If you are keen to take a closer look at our premium feature set - we are offering a 2 week free trial which is available here.
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