By Darren Atwater | Sunday 3 November 2019
After you have looked at the most-read articles and listened-to Bearcasts this week, answer me this question. How much foreign market companies would you like to see ShareProphets cover, in particular US, Europe, Oz, etc?
I mean, it won't mean a lick of difference–our existing writers cover exactly the copanies that interest them and Tom is not going to be authorising hiring any more writers to cover the Lithuanian Bourse-but humour me here.
Here in Canada, the media is constantly updating me on Canadian stocks (*cough pot stocks *cough*) and the US markets but we hear almost nothing of the LSE—and I know how much fun the LSE and AIM are. But the audience doesn't know that they should care.
So what about the other way around: should ShareProphets make an effort on foreign markets?
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