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Does anyone know the best source to buy good independent analysis and research on listed companies?

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might assist people , if you were a little more specific with your question,  e.g.,  any country or country specific 

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I'm looking at UK listed companies. I found one website www.research-tree.com, that has a mix of independent and non-independent research, which they say covers 80% of the market and skewed towards smaller caps. They charge £25/month. I'd like to know if there are any others services like this I could compare it with.

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@elle, I use Sharescope (I think it is brilliant) and have done for many years now. As far as I am aware (please correct me if I am wrong) they do not offer independent research on listed companies but you can use them for analysis of a share for sure. I am assuming that is what you meant. 

@amphius,

I used to use Edison. You may want to look at the website below.

https://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com

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I used to use them for AIM listed companies years ago. I do not invest heavily in AIM anymore. The time I allocated to AIM was taken up by Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and Tokenisation. In fact these now take up more of my time than AIM ever did as it was a small part of my overall portfolio.

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