Investment Ideas for Inquisitive Investors

Moulton Harrox Members (“MHM”) is for people interested in investing and ready to make their own investment decisions but who don’t have the time to uncover compelling, off-the-radar ideas.

Investment Ideas for Inquisitive Investors

The I’s (eyes) principle: We find the ideas, you choose to invest

Finding investment ideas takes a huge amount of research time and due diligence – time many of us don’t have.

Therefore, investment decisions are often handed to third party managers, significantly impacting returns due to fees, or made by utilising share ‘tips’ from sources (sometimes unverified) with their own agendas. Moulton Harrox Members is set to change that.

The platform provides an investment summary, financial analysis and valuation framework for a concentrated number of diligenced ideas that individual investors can execute. A transparent catalogue of case studies of the founder’s investments, alongside an ongoing review of the watchlist of ideas, provide an iterative feedback process for constantly improving pattern recognition of good investments. Incorporating discussion boards, it also provides a professional forum of diverse but like-minded people to share and discuss ideas in a verified environment, improving investment outcomes for all members.

Membership is invite only, but a limited number are reserved for application

Member invite code

Pricing & Membership

About Us

Moulton Harrox is named after our founder’s primary school as a reminder to never stop learning, and that learning is best achieved through practice and persistence. Our founder has more than 22 years’ experience in financial markets* with a unique profile combining financial, operational and governance expertise. He completed >$30bn of M&A / capital market transactions as an adviser and principal and has held board roles of private equity owned investee companies.

After years of delegating investments to third party managers and having raised and managed private institutional funds, our founder began investing 100% of his liquid assets in a long-term, concentrated equity portfolio in 2019, focused on relatively unknown, off the radar companies with limited research coverage.

This investing journey led to two key insights:

1) Fund management fees do not deliver value in a world where everyone can access the public markets through low-cost broking services; and​

2) Well researched and compelling ideas are difficult to uncover by busy individuals who don’t have the time for detailed diligence​

Nick Hargrave
Founder & CEO

Sarah Shilling
Director

Our Founder, Nick Hargrave, is now using this experience and an extensive database of screened ideas generated over 10 years of public market investing, alongside learnings and acquired pattern recognition from identifying winners and potential pitfalls, to help democratise investing through Moulton Harrox Members. With a strong value proposition, a willingness to share ideas publicly and a review process that measures outcomes against original theses, the platform is designed to provide the highly differentiated offering for individual investors that is missing from the market.

Additionally, MHM benefits from the expertise of our Director, Sarah Shilling, who is a c-suite level, PR and marketing authority with extensive experience across a wide range of industries. As an Advisory Board member of Angel Academe, the award-winning angel network investing in female-founded tech start-ups, Sarah brings significant investment insight alongside her operational and communications expertise. 

*11 years’ investment banking experience at Rothschild and UBS, 8 years of private equity experience (identifying take-private opportunities in public markets) / fund management at DBAY Advisors (including Board roles for the holding companies of Unlimited Marketing Group and Eddie Stobart Logistics) and 3 years’ listed equity investing experience at Moulton Harrox.​
Member benefits

Investment idea memos

Case studies

Watchlist

Discussion boards

Approach to due diligence

Memo user guide