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Founded in 2000, Fat Prophets has grown to become one of the world’s leading independent stock market research houses.
When we launched with our quirky, yet hopefully memorable name, we saw a finance industry that was out of touch with investors needs. A new breed of Do-It-Yourself investors was entering the market and they needed stock market research they could trust.
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