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Real Name: Peter

Occupation: Analyst

Interests: Stocks

Location: London

About Me:

I am 30 years old and living in London.

I have been privately investing since leaving university in 2010 and been a Stockopedia member since April 2015. I see investing as a method to be able to eventually (within 5-10 years) reduce the time I spend at work in order to spend it with those I care about: Friends and family.

Investment Strategy
I trade... monthly
I tend to buy... according to my system
I hold for... a few months
I invest with... <£500k
Diversification is ... important, but not beyond 10 positions
My investing has always been based in academic research since starting in 2010/11. I have known about what the key factors are that drive excess returns for most of my investing career and have endeavoured to stick to them. Stockopedia has greatly improved my investing as it enables me to cut out all the dross shares immediately. This enables me to then compare good solid companies that are not ridiculously expensive, and also points me to all the smaller companies that fall into that category that I otherwise may never have heard of. I feel it has enabled me to treat this as a business operation rather than a personal hobby that happens to make returns.

Pgs501's Latest Comments

re: Small Cap Value Report (Wed 15 April 2020) - OBR report, BKS, CTP

pgs501 15th Apr

re: Small Cap Value Report (Fri 13 March 2020) - TRB,

pgs501 13th Mar

re: “Just Google It” – Alphabet is the most powerful collection of monopolies ever assembled

pgs501 9th Mar

re: Sylvania Platinum - cash rich, growing and cheap

pgs501 3rd Mar

re: Released - quicker Folio construction and detailed Analyst Consensus charts

pgs501 18th Feb
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