We set out to produce research that is detailed, in depth and long term. We aim to illustrate where a company is going and how it is trying to get there, providing opinion and interpretation alongside the raw data.

Our reports include:

  • 2 year forward earnings forecasts.
  • Company history, including its ability to forecast earnings accurately.
  • Financial metrics.
  • Analysis of market dynamics as relate to specific divisions and products.
  • An assessment of management and management strategy.

Our research products include:

Company Report – a detailed analysis of the fundamentals of a business including its earnings outlook, competitive environment, financials and valuations.

In Brief – a short update summarising company specific developments that may impact stock prices.

Storm in the News – a compendium of news items, both in Japan and elsewhere, and accompanying assessment of their potential implications, for portfolio stocks and otherwise.

We also produce thematic reports and screenings, as well as bespoke projects by client request.

Currently research is distributed via email and aggregated platforms, including Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, Factset and S&P Capital IQ.

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  • Investment Week Investment Research Awards 2017 – Best Research Report: NET One Systems (7518), ‘Secure network solutions.’ Highly commended.

  • "Storm successfully identifies themes within the Japanese market, producing insightful research into original ideas to access these themes. You can tell the business has been set up by people who previously managed money as their research is in-depth, useful and not short term."

  • “Extremely helpful, diligent and differentiated Japanese equities resource. Understand how we invest and what we look for in companies.”