Buzz about Stockopedia in the Press
The mainstream press has given Stockopedia some wonderful reviews and endorsements. Our work and innovations have not gone unnoticed on this side of the Atlantic. We will try to keep this page updated with links to the best articles and pieces that are published in print and online. To read a list of recent user testimonials click here!
David Stevenson, the 'Adventurous Investor' columnist for the FT and highly successful investor, gave Stockopedia a full page review and glowing endorsement. We highly recommend reading the article he wrote about Stockopedia and the hunt for classic value stocks. His understanding of Value Investing and Stock Picking is second to none having been the author of many books including 'Smarter Stock Picking'.
"...gloriously designed...the individual company pages on Stockopedia are an absolute delight and incredibly easy to read... featuring a huge range of valuation metrics... powerful, professional grade measures..." ...more
Matthew Vincent, the Serious Money columnist for FT Money, also wrote a significant article about the value of Stockopedia in filtering out potential earnings manipulators from Portfolios. We recommend reading his excellent article about Professor Beneish's M-Score that is only published by Stockopedia on this side of the Atlantic.
Shareholders seeking an early warning of when to sell up, and traders aiming to profit from falling prices, can now use an online indicator to spot companies with potentially unreliable earnings.
Daily Mail / thisismoney.co.uk
Simon Lambert, editor of the UK's largest finance website thisismoney.co.uk and contributor to the Daily Mail, published a fantastic article that covered Stockopedia's screening technologies and the possibilities for investors to copy the investment strategies of finance legends. We can't recommend reading this article highly enough - it gives an excellent balanced overview of some of our work.
[Stockopedia] takes the idea of share screening and adds in a cunning twist. Not only can you drill down into individual stocks, but you can also check what shares would fit into the strategies of a whole host of famous and successful investors and build your own portfolio based on this. One of the advantages of using a share screening service like Stockopedia is that it helps throw up companies that you would otherwise not find out about. It also helps investors avoid getting caught in the traps that even the biggest household name dividend shares can lay.
Richard Beddard, Interactive Investor blogging legend and Money Observer portfolio manager, has long run a mechanical investing strategy inspired by the research studies of Joseph Piotroski and Joel Greenblatt. He has transferred the data service that generates the list of his 'Nifty Thrifty' portfolio over to Stockopedia's service having previously used a competitor. This is a tremendous validation of our approach and is written up in detail here.
Rather than retiring the Nifty Thrifty algorithm I’m going to revitalise it by employing a new data service from Stockopedia. Because of my doubts about the calculation, I altered the formula last summer to increase the safety factor by prioritising higher F_Scores, a decision I feel able to reverse now the Nifty Thrifty is using data from Stockopedia.
ShareSoc is the UK's leading independent Shareholder's Society. As an activist set of shareholders with a keen eye for value and company networking we were glad to receive their endorsement to their rapidly growing membership. To read the original piece please click here
"The Stockopedia Pro service ... presents all the data on any UK company that you are likely to want and hence saves you doing the analysis... this is a highly recommended service..."
David Budworth of The Times reviewed the notable outperformance of the Stockopedia Guru Strategies for the calendar year ended January 2013.
Investment website Stockopedia has set up a series of “guru models” which look at the individual shares that some of the world’s legendary investors would be buying under current conditions.... Around 85 per cent of the models outperformed the FTSE last year. ...more
Telegraph journalists regularly reference Stockopedia in their articles - such as in this piece by Andrew Oxlade...
This innovative investing website has devised portfolios that adopt the approach of investment gurus such as Warren Buffett. Since it began doing so at the start of 2012, the FTSE 100 has returned 16pc. The Buffett approach, by contrast, has given a 36pc return and the Benjamin Graham method would leave you 41pc better off. Now that’s good value....more
The Independent on Sunday
The editors of the Independent on Sunday gave Stockopedia an excellent write up with regards to tracking the strategies of the legends and avoiding disaster.
"Stockopedia ranks, filters and sorts business data provided by Thomson Reuters to find the best opportunities ... its indicators flagged Supergroup as high-risk shortly before the retailer tanked 40 per cent..." ...more
Stockopedia received an excellent endorsement in the printed MoneyWeek magazine and is used extensively for stock picking ideas by their excellent team of writers. An example of their use of Stockopedia is in this article regarding screening for value stocks.
Stockopedia has been filmed and reviewed in an extensive piece by CNN that was aired internationally several times during the summer of 2012. We don't currently have footage but will be adding soon.