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Jack Brumby

Joined: Mar 14, 2019
  • Analysis & Comment

Jack Brumby's Comment & Analysis
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Investing in equities can be a rocky ride for retail investors, but a solid track record of dividend payments is one way a listed company might look to share price volatility. If a dividend becomes...
Most investors would agree that the best quality companies in the stock market often make the best investments as well. I'm talking about some of the most respected names... the ones that seem to be...
Around 90% of the world's data has been created in the last two years - so understanding the difference between what is meaningful and what is just noise is more important now than ever. Successful...
UK stocks paid out an eye-watering £100 billion in dividends last year. While big, blue-chip names often dominate the discussion when it comes to dividends, high yielding small and mid-cap...
There's an exclusive group of stocks that most investors would love to own. These companies have stellar track records, sparkling reputations and the ability to deliver stunning returns over long...
So said legendary stock trader Paul Tudor Jones. Investors would do well to heed his advice. Big losses are the death knell to a portfolio, and that’s why great investors focus on risk just as...
It has long been understood that cheap stocks have a tendency to outperform expensive stocks in the stock market. While this is not true every single year, over almost every 3-year cycle in the...
Finding stocks that have both positive share price momentum and improving financial health trends is a great way of finding pockets of quality and momentum in the stock market. A simple and effective...
Stockopedia’s own data points to a jarringly simple stock market truth amidst the daily whirlwind of financial data: share prices that have gone up tend to keep going up. Stockopedia’s own...
The average investor often significantly underperforms a simple index. Blame the neurological wiring that we all share. Chances are, your behavioral biases are hurting the performance of your...