Stock tip sheets offer the would-be investor the opinion of experts in the field. Often they provide a good starting point for further equity investigation. Personally, a tip from a respected tip sheet can help narrow the field when I’m condsidering a number of different equities for investment. And while they don’t always get it right, more often than not they’ve at least done their homework. Bigger, more well known tippers have even been known to shape the market in the short term. Whatever your feelings, having a listen to what others have to say – whether you act on it or not – can’t be a bad thing, right?
British Bulls analyzes approximately 2,500 securities on the London Stock Exchange on a daily basis using end of day data.
The data for all the stocks is downloaded and checked for false and suspicious data, the filtered data is then analyzed by a very sophisticated algorithm which issues daily signals. The commentaries are automatically generated for each signal and are revised in case of signal failures. All of this is completed within a couple of hours of the closing bell.
is a great resource for those looking for smaller cap oppurtunites (predominantly AIM listed). Often more risky than the bigger more established players on the LSE but with the potential for far greater rewards. No fly-by-nighters, the Small Company Marketwatch newsletter has been doing the rounds since 1993 and now has a dedicated following of satisfied customers.
Techinvest should be high on the list of must have newsletters for anyone serious in making money from the tech sector on the London markets. Every month since 1984 they have been informing subscribers – including institutions, analysts and private investors in more than 50 countries – on what to buy, hold and sell in the exciting tech sector.