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Are you going to write and publish reports for some European stocks?
posted Jul 30 '11 by ff
Hi Alex,
I've appreciated very much this kind of report!! Very clear, detailed and it gets to the point!!
Sincere congratulations!!
TWO QUESTIONS:
1) Are you going to write and publish similar reports for some interesting European stocks?
2) I've had a try with your stock screener SO2 and I've realized that as far as European Markets, Rule n. 1 stocks are more probable to be found in German and British markets. Is that true? Or is it just an impression of mine?
Let me know if you feel like!
Ciao!
Fab, greetings from Italy.

ALEX
Re: Are you going to write and publish reports for some European stocks?
posted Jul 30 '11 by alex
Fab, thank you for your kind words. I cannot take full credit for the report though, I would not be able to do even half of it by myself. I do really see this mothly report (I hope we will be able to publish it monthly) as a product of collaborative afforts of S2O community. So, if you are interested in certain stock analysis - vote for this stock :-) I mean, suggest the stock for the next report in this forum. If you want to be part of S2O research team - go ahead and send what you discovered so far, everybody else will step in and help you to work on the report.
Speaking of European Markets, I think you can find more good stocks there partially because we have the best data coverage for German and British Markets. On top of that, there are probably the largest number of publicly traded companies in Europe. So, statistically, the more stocks you have, the higher probability of a good stock :-)

FF
Thank you very much for your response!
posted Jul 31 '11 by ff
Hi Alex,
thank you very much for your prompt response! That's very kind of you!
As far as what you have written about European markets, I would say that it's not a chance that the best bargain with Rule n. 1 can be found in German and British markets because Germany and UK are the best economies in the European Union from any point of view! It's true that they are different economic systems but they are still the best!
Lucky them!
Apart from that, London is one of the most important stock exchange in the world!!
Anyway, you are right when you say :
"statistically, the more stocks you have, the higher probability of a good stock"
I look forward to reading the new report about Google.
All the best!
Fab, greetings from Italy.

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