10th Sep


Real Name: Zoe

Occupation: Intern at Stockopedia

About Me:

I'm a first-year undergraduate at Oxford University reading Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

I have been interested in investing since a young age as prompted by my parents but I have only properly started investing myself recently.

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Hargreaves Lansdown is one of the UK’s biggest investment brokers - and like other platforms, one of its eye-catching pages is its "Top of the Stocks" feature. You may have perused lists like this for interest or even made investment decisions off the back of them. But have you ever considered what lists like these really tell you - and whether they’re a route to…

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Thank you! I agree with you; the way I constructed the portfolios was taking a historic date, say the 9th of October 2016, and looking at what stocks HL had on its top lists on that day then using historic data calculating how the stocks from those lists performed until the next date I checked HL’s lists. In essence, I’m not testing stocks promoted today…

I mention tips simply because the top of the stocks are under the category of ‘Research and Tips’, hence mentioning they should not be tips. The point of this article is to simply point out these lists do not allow for the curation of a strong portfolio, whereas if you used Stockopedia you could create a much stronger portfolio. Regardless of sentiment, the wisdom of…

The thing is, even though we’ve focused on Hargreaves Lansdown, in a way this is a back-handed compliment. HL easily has the largest user base so there will be more traffic around their top lists compared to other brokers. And it's certainly the case that some lists - like the HL 2019 selections you mention - may pay off. But in this case, we've endeavoured…

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