I used investing magazines to generate ideas, and then a spreadsheet to screen beyond that. I would then do a deeper review if it looked interesting.
Yes: 1) it has enabled me to build much more sophisticated screens. 2) I am able to screen many more companies. 3) while I still read investing publications, I am also confident generating my own ideas from the screens and then researching them 4) I also get ideas from the discussion boards - especially the daily Small Cap Value Report 5) When I have identified something I want to research more closely, I use Stockopedia to drill down on the detail - the layout makes it really easy to do so.
Robert uses Stockopedia to help screen the market and find ideas
My results have definitely improved. For me that is down to Stockopedia and the fact that I have stopped working full-time, so that I have more time to research. When I was working full-time I was missing opportunities as I didn't have time to research them.
I cannot recommend Stockopedia highly enough to investors.
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