Stockopedia expands its online stock market research to Asia & Australasia

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Stockopedia.com, the online stock market research service that offers stock ranking and portfolio grading tools, has extended its coverage to Australia, New Zealand and key territories in Asia including India, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea.

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Stockopedia.com launches Asian & Australasian market coverage.

Asia and Australasia are home to some of the world’s biggest and best known companies - from Sony and Samsung to Telstra and Thai Beverage - now detailed information about them is just a click away.

Stockopedia.com, the online stock market research service that offers stock ranking and portfolio grading tools, has extended its coverage to Australia, New Zealand and key territories in Asia including India, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea.

Investors now have access to a single, affordable, online research platform to analyse and select from the best share market opportunities from over 14,000 shares across Australasia and Asia.

Stockopedia’s data and research services already cover UK, European and US stock markets. With the addition of the new regions its worldwide coverage stands at more than 30,000 shares.

Stockopedia launched its online research services in the UK in 2012. Since then, its high quality analysis tools, education and rules-based approach to investing have proved popular with investors.

Feedback from Stockopedia users suggests that wherever they are in the world, individual investors face common frustrations. Typically, they suffer from inadequate research tools and a lack of good quality financial information about companies. Professional analyst research is often restricted to institutional investors, while existing research services are often over-complicated and inaccessible.

Ed Croft, CEO of Stockopedia.com, said: “Brokerages are constantly delivering broader and cheaper execution services on global stocks, but investors are still struggling to diversify internationally because of a lack of access to quality, reasonably priced financial content.

“Our service standardises stock analysis through a factor investing framework bringing familiarity to international firms. Asia and Australasia are home to some of the world’s biggest and best known companies - from Sony and Samsung to Telstra and Thai Beverage - now detailed information about them is just a click away.”

Stockopedia’s Stock Reports give subscribers standardised access to the financial data of over 14,000 companies in key markets across Asia and Australasia. They include Japan (3749 individual stocks), Hong Kong (1780), Singapore (745), Taiwan (876), South Korea (788), India (4116), Australia (2013) and New Zealand (146). Subscribers can analyse timely financial statistics on all these stocks and access proprietary StockRanks which compare the relative Quality, Value and Momentum of stocks on a local, regional and global basis.

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Stockopedia.com helps individual investors to beat the market. Its core service is a subscription based online stock market research platform. Stockopedia runs more than 50 million calculations each morning across 30,000+ stocks worldwide. The data is used to derive StockRanks and populate StockReports and GuruScreens - lists for over 60 modelled strategies spanning famous growth, value, momentum and income approaches. Stockopedia.com attracts more than 100,000 unique visitors each month.

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