Helal Miah

Helal Miah is an investment research analyst at The Share Centre. He graduated with a degree in economics in 1998 and has since been working within the investment industry. He has helped manage private client, institutional, retail and hedge funds with a focus on asset allocation and global macro strategies. He has worked for Smith & Williamson, Schroders, The Industrial Bank of Japan and Mitsubishi Corporation. He has also spent some time as an independent proprietary trader, trading the US equity futures market. He holds the Securities Institute Diploma having passed papers in Fund Management, Private Client Investment Management & Advice and Regulation. He holds the Investment Management Certificate and has passed the CFA Level 1.

Posts from Helal Miah


Viewpoint: Six stocks for your ISA

National Grid (FTSE 100) – a lower-risk option for income-seekers National Grid has overcome some regulatory issues in 2013 and is looking to invest roughly £26bn over the next seven


Royal Dutch Shell a buy despite profit pressure

Despite the fact that fourth quarter earnings, due to report on Thursday, will fall short of expectations due to higher exploration costs and weaker demand for downstream products, we believe


BP a buy after raising dividend

This was a positive set of Q3 results and the company remains on track to meet operating cash flow targets. Capital expenditure will remain in the region of $24 to


Viewpoint: Burberry a buy after Arendts

Burberry has changed its strategy, becoming less reliant on discounts at department stores, in favour of fully priced merchandise. The idea is to improve the exclusivity of the Burberry brand


Builder share prices may be overvalued

Data from The Share Centre’s Profit Watch UK shows revenues in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector rose 7.4% to £18.6bn last year and net profits performed much more