Looking for beta testers

For the last couple of years I have been trying to set up a new way for investors to quickly and easily analyze stocks. I know of a lot of online platforms that provide information like summary financial statements already, but none have the level of customization that I think is necessary for an investor. I wanted to set up a completely customizable spreadsheet that an investor could personalise to analyze stocks however they want to, and that would populate with reliable data on any stock at the click of a button. Moreover I wanted to provide this analytical tool cheaper than you can get elsewhere on the web. I have now almost realized this vision, and I have what I believe is an invaluable analysis tool, the only thing left now is to see if other people agree, and to test it out for real. That is where I need the help of my readers.

I need volunteers to use this spreadsheet to analyze stocks and give me their feedback on it. There is nothing in particular I will require from you, simply use it as you see fit and give me any comments you have. This is what I have to offer to any would be testers…

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Chancellor announces New ISA (NISA)

If you aren’t a UK based investor then this article probably wont interest you. But if you are, then you’ll want to read on. The chancellor George Osborne has just announced some of the most major changes to ISAs in a decade. I’m very pleased about them, and along with AIM shares becoming ISA eligible, investors are now in a much better position to wrap their entire portfolio in a tax free ISA.

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