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Real Name: Ben

Occupation: Analyst

Interests: Economics, Stocks

Location: Berkshire

Fantasy Fund: BH1991 Fund

About Me:

Insurance professional working for a Euro Stoxx 50 company as a Portfolio Analyst. I have studied the stock market for over a year prior to making my first trade in 2016. 


Investment Strategy
I trade... monthly
I tend to buy... according to my system
I hold for... a few months
I invest with... <£50k
Diversification is ... essential to reduce risk
My investment strategy is to buy stocks: 1) Trading below their intrinsic value. 2) Strong upward price momentum. 3) Small/Micro capitalisation. 4) High dividend yield.


BH1991's Latest Blogs

Following Ed Croft's post "StockRanks return over 100% in 4 years... how have you got on?" on 15 February, I noticed a few comments which asked investors who use the Stock Ranks, to publish their screens and rationale. Therefore, I want to share my own Stock Rank screen with the investing community here at Stockopedia.Value & Momentum, which has been described as the “Holy Grail”…

In the last few months, I noticed a number of stocks, mostly small caps, have received approaches/bids by larger companies. Examples include:Punch TavernsAvescoe2v TechnologiesCrestonLavendonSkyJourney GroupOn each occasion, I have been kicking myself because I have cast my eye over each stock but decided not to invest. So this got me thinking... how can I improve my chances of finding a stock which will rocket in…



BH1991's Latest Comments

No problem, I don't mind sharing ideas/screens with others here at Stockopedia. I'm pleased to see some of my holdings pass your stringent fundamental checklist. I don't tend to place too much emphasis on balance sheet strength though. Balance sheet strength is great if you plan to hold stocks through thick and thin, but I will revert to cash during bear markets so it's less…

No offence taken. I apppreciate there are risks with my strategy so I hold all six stocks as part of a diverse portfolio of stocks, bonds, cash and peer-to-peer lending. I also deploy a strict risk strategy to cut losers early and I dont use gearing. KR, Ben

Hi Ken,After reading Minervini's book, I've also been inspired by his strategy to become a growth/momentum trader. Minervini's approach is very similar to William O'Neil's CAN-SLIM approach. I've read "How to Make Money in Stocks" and he also suggests ignoring value and purchasing high flyers with rapid growth characteristics. So if anyone is looking to gauge the success of a Minervini trading strategy on the…

Hi herbie47,I'm sorry to hear you lost money with IGR and I hope you've managed to recover your losses through other trades.Don't get me wrong, I'm not naïve to the fact that stop losses can sometimes cause more pain than benefit, but I still believe a stop loss can help manage downside risk.For example, I take your point re Brexit and I would have been…

Hi Shine66, I apply a 10% stop loss on most trades and found myself in a few situations where I've been stopped out. In my opinion, stop losses are critical risk management tools. It can be incredibly frustrating when you're stopped out unnecessarily, but they key is to have discipline and apply  stop losses because when the inevitable bear market/profit warning comes, you will be…

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