The FTSE Show 007 | BP plc – Researching Stocks

researching stocks

How do you research a stock to invest in?

This show is dedicated to tearing apart FTSE stocks and finding the best of the best companies to invest in for share price growth.

This week we run some in-depth research and take a look at one of the most popular traded FTSE stocks BP plc with over 35 million shares traded in this company per day.

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About Chris Chillingworth

Self confessed lover of racing, american football and whiskey. Trader and Investor since 2011. Chris has now coached over +1500 traders using his mechanical systematic trading strategies and now also runs a members only watchlist of FTSE stocks.

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