We’ve been producing company research for over 25 years and understand the markets like the back of our hand. But less about us… 

Brokerlink is about you, reader – the investor. Your time is far too valuable to spend it wading through pages of exhaustive investor information. Which is why we do all the digesting for you. We delve into our client companies’ activities and financial records, crunch the facts, and give guidance on future prospects.

Our research is presented in deliberately concise and compelling investor snapshots, and delivered in a format that’s visually interesting, clear, and easy to digest for existing and potential investors.

Brokerlink companies pay for our research service which allows quoted companies to communicate and engage with both existing and future investors. This is achieved by providing professionally written yet deliberately concise research notes on the company, which can then be easily disseminated by the company to any interested parties. These notes are also distributed by Brokerlink to a wide range of organisations and our interested readers, who either follow or are involved directly with the stockmarket.

Our readership may include stockbrokers, fund managers, media contacts and a variety of online platforms as well as individual investors themselves. In addition, all notes are published and promoted through this website. 

Our research

We believe research should bring a company to life for its investors. This is why we present our research notes in a visually interesting format that gets to the heart of the information – quickly and easily.

The information provided includes a summary of the group’s activities, details of its financial history and estimates of the company’s profits and earnings for future years.

How we do it

Research notes are prepared by us using information that is generally freely available. This can be from the company’s own website or other sources. In terms of financial forecasts, we will use forecasts that are available in the market so that we are in line with other analysts. With this information at hand we can usually prepare a note within a few days, crucial if a client company needs a note publishing to coincide with its interim or annual results.

If this is the case, then to speed up the process we are used to being made insiders as we are both authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Results can therefore be supplied to us in confidence before they are released to the market to enable the note to be prepared.

It is also important to point out that no notes are distributed without approval by the client company and embargoes can be applied if required.


Brokerlink requires readers to register for full access to our company research. This not only gives us important insight into our readership, meaning we prepare and share the most compelling and relevant content for our audience, but also means we will only ever send you information and updates that are relevant to your interests. For more, visit our Registration page, or, if you’re already registered and your interests change, remember to update your preferences on the Account page.


Although the service can be used by any quoted company (including those on AIM) it is primarily aimed at smaller companies which suffer from a lack of research coverage and exposure to investors. As a result, these companies are often overlooked by investors even though they still have a compelling story to tell. Many smaller companies find that the only research published on them is provided by their own corporate broker and, even then, this is only circulated to a relatively small number of institutional investors.

The impact of regulation

The introduction of MiFID II (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II) on 3 January 2018 has changed the way in which stock market research is regulated. Under the new Europe-wide regulations, the costs of research and trading need to be split out and clearly identified when charged to a client. The effect of this has been a reduction in the amount of research produced in general, with smaller quoted companies particularly affected. This makes it even harder than ever for small companies to attract the attention of investors or potential investors.

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