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Real Name: Ben

Occupation: Analyst

Interests: Economics, Stocks

Location: Berkshire

Fantasy Fund: BH Trend Following

About Me:

Data Analyst for a leading UK retailer  I use the CAN-SLIM strategy on U. S. shares. Ultimate ambition is to be a full time trader. 


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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*** For some reason, this didn't load properly. Just my thoughts on using weekly charts as discussed above ***I agree with you. William O'Neill strongly recommends investors to look at weekly charts, in conjunction with the daily, to determine whether the stock is in an uptrend or not. In other words, buy the break out on a daily chart which coincides with a weekly bullish…

I agree with you. William O'Neill strongly recommends investors to look at weekly charts, in conjunction with the daily, to determine whether the stock is in an uptrend or not. In other words, buy the break out on a daily chart which coincides with a weekly bullish chart pattern too. I noted some traders identified a potential VCP on Solid State (LON:SOLI) but I had…

The NASDAQ Composite had a Follow-Through day on Friday, which is a signal the market has bottomed and a new rally is set to begin. This is defined as a major index increasing at least 1.4% with greater volume than the day before. It's measured from the when the market makes a new low and the follow through day should happen between 3 and 7…

Interesting article as always Roland! In my opinion, if you want to avoid big losses, the simplest and most effective way of doing this is to apply a stop loss. In your case, that’s 20%. I don’t disagree with tweaking your risk selection criteria to avoid low probability investments, but losses are an inherent part of investing and need to be actively managed. I work…

Hi Herbie, Unfortunately, as you don't own the underlying asset, you're not entitled to any dividends. Therefore, spread betting is for traders who are only concerned with price movements on the underlying asset. If you're looking for income, you need to buy the underlying asset, so it's best to keep this in an ISA/share dealing account. Although you can't avoid the FX fees this way,…

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