These guys claim they will become the Bloomberg terminal for everyone.
As mentioned, I’ve been using the app for a month or so now and it’s saved me time. I’ve used both their main competitors, Stockopedia and Simply Wall St before, but I like where they’re heading which gives me the features I want.
I’ve been looking at the future roadmap and asking questions about the fees, if they can deliver the new features like ESG screening and cleaning up the interface then that fills my need.
My trading brokers don’t help with the research side, which hasn’t bothered me as I do my own fundamental analysis in my spare time. I find it refreshing to have a fintech that isn’t just another robo or broker. It’s more of a compliment to other fintech I’ve seen.
I’ve invested in Monzo and sadly missed out on FT. I’m thinking about putting down for these guys as I’ve enjoyed the experience so far. I’ve missed out on the SEIS allowance but they’re overfunding with EIS, so that gives me some downside protection.
Monzo was more of an emotional decision for me and it feels like this is too, it’s a service I want to see exist with the features I want and it feels like that is the driving force behind my rational.
Is there anything else I should consider? These guys are so early stage which I haven’t touched before as an investor.