[VIDEO] Ask Me Anything with Paul Scott & Graham Neary

Tuesday, Dec 12 2017 by
VIDEO Ask Me Anything with Paul Scott amp Graham Neary

Thanks to everyone that submitted their questions for Paul and Graham last month. You'll have no doubt seen Ben's extensive interview with them, where they go into great depth on broader subjects such as their investing styles, experience and habits. For some more of the fun questions, I decided to film a short video (that ended up being not so short) for your viewing pleasure.


If you're having trouble viewing the link above, there's also a Youtube version. Thanks again to Paul and Graham for taking time out of their busy schedules to film and help write this content (although they were rewarded with a few drinks in The Red Lion afterwards).

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Adam Collingburn 12th Dec '17 1 of 13

Here's a list of questions asked and the times they start:

0:03 - "Let's say you had to start over investing again with £30k how would you do it?"
2:46 - "How would go about investing £500k? How would you keep track of your positions?"
4:34 - "What's been your biggest mistake when investing?"
6:46 - "Where do you start when looking for new opportunities?"
10:31 - "How is Brexit factoring in your investments & decisions?"
12:41 - "A bear market hits us tomorrow, how do you react?"
14:54 - "How quickly do you cut a position if all signs are good but the share price keeps drifting down?"
16:34 - "Do you have any investment hobbies outside the market?"

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matylda 12th Dec '17 2 of 13

Great video guys - Thanks.

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Nick Ray 12th Dec '17 3 of 13

Because Paul and Graham have such a different approach this video is really interesting. There isn't one "right way" - you have to find your own style.

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WhaleHQ 12th Dec '17 4 of 13

Great video guys.

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snickers 12th Dec '17 5 of 13

You could have swapped "Brexit" for "Corbyn" in the 5th question. This is a nearly existential threat I would think. Maybe we are a year away from the nearest possible next election - we could see the possibility increasingly weigh down on business confidence and investor exuberance.

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Damian Cannon 12th Dec '17 6 of 13

Good fun video to watch so thanks for putting it together Stockopedia. Ironically I think that one of the key messages is that we should discover our own personal investing style and think for ourselves!

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shine66 12th Dec '17 7 of 13

Excellent questions and interesting responses : D

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Timmytrump 13th Dec '17 8 of 13

Really enjoyed the video and appreciate the honest opinions given.

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lavinit 13th Dec '17 9 of 13


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Jim Murphy 14th Dec '17 10 of 13

Nice to hear some live video chat about investing Thanks guys.

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purpleski 15th Dec '17 11 of 13

Hi Graham, Paul and Stockopedia

Thank you Paul, Graham and Stockopedia for a great interview. Wish it had been longer.

Though I am not a full time PI as I have a business to help run, Paul said at minute 7” 40’ that his aim is to track all UK small caps and that he looks at trading updates and results everyday (I assume through RNS announcements).

If you are reading this Paul/Graham how do you filter for RNS’S from only small caps? Looking at Vox markets and Investegate you can only filter by market. Is there a service that offers more control on what RNS’s one sees.

I also liked the idea of looking at a Guru screen that a stock one likes and has performed well.


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tony akram 15th Dec '17 12 of 13

excellent video

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Docharty 15th Dec '17 13 of 13

Thanks for the video. A really good insight into Paul & Graham's investing style. I don't think their approaches are all that different really - both seem to have their heads firmly screwed on & invest in companies that have good long term prospects. And if you can pick them up for a bargain so much the better!

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