Welcome to the Equitylink website.
When Equitylink was started in 1993, it was a pioneer in its field of publishing research on small and medium sized companies in the UK. It remains an entirely independent organisation and is not tied to any stockbroker, bank or any other financial institution.
Drawing on the resources and expertise we have assembled over the years means that today, Equitylink's newsletters are amongst the leading sources of investment advice on small and medium sized quoted companies in the UK. We have established effective contacts with many leading stockbrokers, professional advisers and small company management.
Most other newsletters rehash press releases whereas we personally visit more than 200 small quoted companies each year which form the basis for buy and sell recommendations to our subscribers.
Our two newsletters
Our mission is to help you make the right financial decisions. You can find out more on precisely how we do that with the links below.
The Small Company Sharewatch (SCSW), launched in 1993, is a stockmarket newsletter which concentrates on small, dynamic growth shares. The most persuasive reason for subscribing is the performance of our selections. The basic technique is simple - the search for "something new" that will trigger a rerating, whether it be a product, an acquisition, an event or a change in management.
The Momentum Investor is our most recent title and was launched in 1998. The methods it uses to unearth stockmarket stars applies equally well to FTSE-100 stocks and small company shares and works even in uncertain markets. Unlike most newsletters, we don't waste our time and yours watching the defectives - those poor stocks which look dirt cheap but never seem to go anywhere. At TMI, our distinct focus is relative strength i.e. is the share performing better than the overall market?
We enjoy helping people make the best of their financial lives and we hope you'll find our publications useful and enjoyable too!
Remember, past performance is not an indication of future performance and you may lose some or all of the money that you invest in shares. The performance of individual companies can vary widely and some can fail. Most of the shares recommended are smaller company shares which can be riskier to invest in than blue chips.