Tom Bishop


BI Research

  • Editor of BI Resarch
  • MBA in Finance from Cornell Univeristy
  • 40 Years Industry Experience

About Tom

BI Research is edited by Tom Bishop, who developed the roots of the BI Ranking while earning his MBA in finance from Cornell University. He has been actively investing in the stock market for over 40 years. So, unlike many on Wall Street, the editor isn't wet behind the ears, having experienced several bear markets and countless 10-20% corrections since 1969. BI Research began publishing in 1981 and has been published continually with the same editor since that time. Tom does all the research himself using a fundamental approach and his time tested BI Ranking System. He and BI Research have been written about in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Money, Barron's, Business Week, and countless local papers like the Miami Herald.

Tom's Articles

I think 2022 will be tougher going for the stock market than 2021; however, for the year ahead I think Ramaco (METC) has a lot of things going for it, explains small cap expert Tom Bishop, editor of BI Research.
InMode (INMD) is a leading global provider of minimally and non-invasive cosmetic procedures; it develops, manufactures and markets devices harnessing novel radio-frequency technology, explains Tom Bishop, editor of BI Research.
Tom Bishop specializes in uncovering under-the-radar opportunities in small cap stocks. His Top Pick for 2021, Anavex (AVXL), is up 400% so far this year, making this the #1 performing stock out of 122 investment ideas in our 2021 Top Picks report. Here's a mid-year update on the stock from the editor of BI Research.
Herc Holdings (HRI) is in the equipment rental business to customers that want to build or repair something, explains small cap expert Tom Bishop, editor of BI Research.

Tom's Videos

Tom Bishop of Anavex Life highlights some of the best performers and his current outlook on these mid-year Top Picks for

Newsletter Contributions

BI Research

BI Research is an 12-page investment newsletter which uses fundamental analysis and emphasizes mid to smaller cap stocks. The newsletter consists of a detailed recommendation that runs about two pages, followed by a brief market commentary section that also summarizes the recommended percentage of stocks vs. cash.

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