A decent UK stock screener for LSE?

zachk

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I have recently delved into the trading world and i just cant find a stock screener as robust and easy using as 'FinViz' for the USA markets. Does anyone know a decent similar stock screener for the UK, LSE. Thank you
 

hunter001

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I've also recently started and for stock screening I've found Yahoo finance to be pretty good, hargreaves lansdown is ok too.

What trading platform are you using? Can I ask if you've found anywhere to see pre-market data like you can on ThinkorSwim in USA? It's one thing I've really struggled to find.
 

zachk

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I've also recently started and for stock screening I've found Yahoo finance to be pretty good, hargreaves lansdown is ok too.

What trading platform are you using? Can I ask if you've found anywhere to see pre-market data like you can on ThinkorSwim in USA? It's one thing I've really struggled to find.
Thank you, at the moment i am using degiro. i have not used any other platform so i can not compare. Did you find anywhere you can see pre-market data?
 

mrpbennett

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Hi mrpbennett,

What software do you use for realtime data and real time charts ? Stockopedia looks great thanks. Have you had some really good stock picks from there? thanks again.
I don't really use real time data. You don't really need it if you're looking for long term, the only real time thing you would need is level 2 and that's if your buying lots of shares.

I have had some great picks from stockopedia, as the data they provide in their screens are awesome. I pick stocks in my preferred screen and generally only look into anything with a stock rank above 85. I read their new statements, and decide when's best to buy a share (mostly around 11am) once everything has settled.

Depends on type of trading you're after for real time stuff. I don't day trade / interday trade, so don't really need the charts. Platforms like IG provide decent enough charts for my use