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Real Name: Ben

Occupation: Analyst

Interests: Economics, Stocks

Location: Berkshire

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…



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I use IG.com and you can definitely purchase shares listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). Simply type the stock's ticker in the Finder search bar. As a trader who makes 15-20 trades a month, I prefer IG.com because the commissions are lower compared to standard retail brokerages. I've saved c.£200 this year in commissions with IG.com when comparing against TD Investing's dealing fees. I…

Zoo Digital (LON:ZOO) looks like a fantastic trading opportunity. The stock has formed a very bullish chart pattern called a "High and Tight Flag" and has broken out of a pivot point on above average volume. High and Tight flags are one of the most profitable, bullish trading patterns you can find in the markets, so I've also taken a position this morning too!

It looks like the market makers are in full swing here, knowing they can capitalise on a large number of weak, retail shareholders. This is why I'm always cautious of stocks which make parabolic, upward moves on volume (similar to Frontier Developments) as the pull backs are vicious. In my personal opinion, there needs to be a period of consolidation before I buy back in.…

I was also a holder of Jimmy Choo (LON:CHOO) and like yourself, was chuffed a takeover bid actually materialised at premium to the (then) current share price. I sold out for 229 pence this morning because I want to keep my money churning in the market (and growing). I've used the proceeds of the sale to buy into the share price surge at Burford Capital…

Yes, Minverini looks for the VCP setup or technical breakouts first, then he analyses the fundamentals. However, he doesn't always focus on the EPS growth etc and eludes to this in the interview comments..."But sometimes you’ll get big fundamental changes that aren’t apparent in the earnings. Maybe you’ll have a company that has got approval for a new drug and you might not see it…

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