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Our analysts deliver their views on new opportunities and risks, and help you make sense of the latest developments, with insights and explanations to help you invest with confidence.

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Using the power of the Stockopedia data systems we validate the findings of academic research and strip away the myths to show you what really works in investing, and how you can apply it for yourself.

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Ed Croft
Stockopedia Founder and creator of the StockRanks & popular, factor-driven NAPS model portfolio. Ed was an Oxford Scholar, graduating with first class honours before going on to work as an asset manager and private client broker at Goldman Sachs.
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Ben Hobson
Editor with 20 years of experience of writing on all areas of investment, ranging from strategies to portfolio management and investor psychology. He's interviewed some of the most influential investors in the world.
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Paul Scott
Co-author of the popular daily Small Cap Value Report. Paul trained as an accountant and was an FD before devoting all his time to the stock market in 2002. His investing journey has been a huge inspiration to many others and his market commentary is a must-read.
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Jack Brumby
Investment Writer and CFA Level 2 Candidate. Jack writes about stocks, strategies and markets, and how investors can find an edge by ignoring market noise and taking a data-driven approach to equity investing.
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Tom Firth
Quantitative Research and the brains behind the delivery of the RiskRatings, StockRank Styles and our new data systems. Formerly an auditor at Grant Thornton he's a polymath who brings an attention to detail to all our data-driven research reports.
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Oliver Cooper
Funds and Portfolios Specialist who leads the research into some of Stockopedia's biggest data projects and editorial special features. Oliver previously worked with Towry Investment Management and prior to that with Invesco Perpetual.
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Alex Naamani
Financial Analyst and Researcher specialising in building Stockopedia's growing financial databases and product development. Alex is involved in data research for editorial and regularly contributes analysis and features to the site.
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Roland Head
Investment Writer and creator of the popular Stock in Focus model portfolio. Roland's strategy targets 'growth at a reasonable price' and uses strict buying and selling rules. He regularly updates the community on his investing highs and lows.

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Financial Times
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The Telegraph
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Interactive Investor
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ShareSoc
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Simon Lambert
This is Money
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