Healthy investor relations are an important part of investing. But as David Thornton explains, you can have too much of a good thing.
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Turkey is a modern, prosperous nation with plenty of interesting stocks, says David Thornton. Here he picks the best way to buy in.
Russian stocks have been in free fall for quite some time. But as David Thornton explains, there is one event that might herald a rebound.
David Thornton explains how to tell if a cheap stock is good value or if it will slide further, and examines a small-cap publisher to see if it’s worth buying.
David Thornton explains why working out how much your portfolio is worth isn’t as straightforward as you might think.
In investing, as in sport, it doesn’t pay to get complacent, says David Thornton. When things start going wrong, it can be very difficult to turn things around.
Huge pharmaceutical giants can end up with lots of drugs that are too small to make a difference to their business. That’s where this small-cap firm comes in.
As Tesco’s plight shows, even the most ‘defensive’ of stocks can be a risky investment. The answer is to diversify your holdings, says David Thornton.
The collapse of mobile phone retailer Phones 4U is a good example of why the private equity business model doesn’t work, says David Thornton.
Apple’s new toys may be thrilling for tech geeks, but the real excitement for investors lies in its new payment system, says David Thornton.