Develop a system designed to identify funds which have a higher probability chance of beating the market.19 votes
Mutual Funds also or this service is no good for me. Other platforms give full global coverage of ALL Instruments for about the same price. SharePad is an example. £50 per month. Its not as pretty as Stockopedia but good. I am on a free trial. Shame! Cya!7 votes
Maybe veering beyond the scope you wish to take this brilliant tool, but how about setting up a fund (or funds) that track StockRanks. This would provide a much more transparent investment route with investors completely understanding the methodoloy under which their money is invested. I would jump on top of these funds if offered.2 votes
My investment trusts are all classified as financial companies, true, but it would be useful to break this own into sector classification perhaps using the AIC system or similar to give a truer picture of asset allocation2 votes
Little suggestion: You now make it seem that holdings are dirt cheap by using their short term investments as "cash etc." while these should not be seen as cash and cash equivalents in this case. Holdings' core business is investing so these positions should not be seen as cash. It is confusing.
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