David Thornton explains why employee share ownership schemes are a strong signal for investors to snap up the shares.
Articles written by David Thornton
The best way to narrow the wealth gap is by making ordinary workers richer, says David Thornton. Share schemes are one of the best ways of doing that.
Internet bulletin boards can be very dangerous places for investors, says David Thornton. They’re certainly not a place for reliable stock tips. Here’s why.
Blue-chip CEOs have very little effect on the corporations they head, while small cap CEOs are much more in tune with their companies. David Thornton explains why.
A new management team at troubled insurance outsourcer Quindell hopes to turn the company’s fortunes around. David Thornton weighs up their prospects.
Good shareholder information gives investors confidence, says David Thornton. And few companies provide better information than Next.
After a decent start, 2014 wasn’t very kind to investors in small-cap stocks. But, says David Thornton, there’s plenty of scope for a good run in 2015.
A few bad apples dragged down Britain’s small-cap index this year, says David Thornton. But there were also some stand-out winners.
By making Aim stocks eligible for tax-free Isas, George Osborne has really increased the potential returns for investors, says David Thornton.
Ignore the hype surrounding George Osborne’s ‘pensioner bonds’, says David Thornton. Investing in penny shares makes much better sense.