Stockopedia Articles Now Available on Bloomberg

Friday, Feb 12 2010 by

Hi All, we are pleased to announce an important content syndication partnership with Bloomberg. Traders and Investors who use Bloomberg terminals to monitor their portfolio will now have ready access each day to a selection of some of the best content from Stockopedia.

Bloomberg is well known for its News division, but the terminal also aggregates many other sources, now including Stockopedia. Investors can filter those sources by topic, categories or companies.

Going forward, if you write relevant content on stocks and investing which is promoted to "Published Article" status, this will be accessible by traders and fund managers browsing for those topics on their Bloomberg terminals.

Getting Started

If you have a Bloomberg terminal, try typing NH BLG_STOCKOPEDIA  , or simply typing “Stockopedia” in the command line and select from the autocomplete and you’ll see the key recent headlines from the Stockopedia News and Article Platform.

You can then click into any individual item in this list, and it will take you to Stockopedia via a Bloomberg web browser.

The system also lets you filter the stream by a portfolio of stocks, just as you will be able to do in the upcoming version of Stockopedia 3.0.

We are excited about this partnership given our long-term goal of breaking down communication barriers between institutional and individual investors. We'll be announcing more partnerships along these lines shortly.

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As per our Terms of Use, Stockopedia is a financial news & data site, discussion forum and content aggregator. Our site should be used for educational & informational purposes only. We do not provide investment advice, recommendations or views as to whether an investment or strategy is suited to the investment needs of a specific individual. You should make your own decisions and seek independent professional advice before doing so. Remember: Shares can go down as well as up. Past performance is not a guide to future performance & investors may not get back the amount invested.

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About Dave Brickell

Dave Brickell

Dave is one of the co-founders of Stockopedia.  Over the last twenty years, hedge funds and the financial institutions at the heart of the City have become increasingly dominated by quantitative analysis, high quality data and computing power. They have learned to invest in ever more optimal ways designed to prey on the weaker hands in the market. Unfortunately, the resources available to individual investors have just not kept pace. We believe strongly in the power of quantitative models & analysis to improve investor decision-making and don't see why their benefits should only be enjoyed by those wealthy enough to invest in hedge funds.  more »

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