Raphael's Story

How did you pick investments before you used Stockopedia?

"I read a lot - industry news, blogs, forums... - and serendipity played an important part of my investment process.

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Has using Stockopedia changed your approach to investing?

"Certainly. The screeners are really convenient and powerful, and the StockReports are very efficient to decide at a glance if a company is worth investigating further. This helped me discover companies that would not have been on my radar otherwise."

Raphael uses Stockopedia to help him discover companies that would not have been on his radar otherwise.

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"My performances are indeed better, and having the numbers to back my choices help me to invest more decidedly. Before, I often had good performance on smaller positions but I had not dared to increase these due to self-doubt. Now I can boost these position sizes confidently."

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