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Ed Beal


Ed Beal is manager at the Dunedin Smaller Companies Investment Trust.

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Three small-cap stocks with big potential

There are three key attributes that smaller companies must have to outperform larger ones, says professional stock picker Ed Beal. Here, he explains what they are, and tips three such stocks to buy now.

Three small-cap stocks to buy for income

Investors who shun small-caps for their perceived volatily could be missing out on some great growth stocks, says professional investor Ed Beal. Here, he picks three such stocks to buy now.

Why I’m backing small-cap companies

Interest in small-cap companies is currently low – perhaps unsurprising given Britain’s poor economic outlook. But professional investor Ed Beal thinks that to overlook smaller companies’ investment potential is to miss a trick. Here he explains why, and tips three firms he thinks have what it takes to deliver despite the challenging economic headwinds.

Three small-cap stocks for a steady income

Investors looking to diversify their income stream are increasingly heading to overseas markets. But investors shouldn’t overlook opportunities closer to home, especially in the small-cap sector of the market, says professional investor Ed Beal. Here, he picks three smaller companies that offer both an attractive yield and dividend growth.

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