Nygren is a value investor who looks for companies that he thinks are trading below what he considers to be their intrinsic value.
Founded in 2010, the English Tea Shop is a leading global speciality tea company.
It’s the mega-yachts that are grabbing all the attention at the film festival.
From an award-winning barn conversion in the Howardian Hills in North Yorkshire to a stone farmhouse in Penzance, Cornwall.
Diesel cars have come a long way and electric vehicles show promise. But James Lewisohn is sticking with petrol cars – at least for now.
Entrepreneurs Zoe Armstrong and Ali Watkiss set out to make sunglasses indestructible in launching SunGod.
Plans to clean up the sector could cast spread betters in a whole new light. Matthew Partridge reports.
John Stepek looks at how the main asset price charts are faring ahead of the weekend, starting with bitcoin’s recent meteoric rise.
While Anthony Scaramucci didn’t get his hoped-for White House job, he still commands respect among hedge-fund managers.
Those who want to bring back British Rail have forgotten how much of a disaster it was, says Max King.
Alice Grahns picks three of the best mountain holidays this summer.
With the London International Antiquarian Book Fair around the corner, now’s the time to dip into the world of rare books.
Ford’s latest model does a grand job of living up to the GT’s fearsome reputation.
David Prosser looks at what the party manifestos hold in store for smaller businesses.
Before buying a property within a retirement community, do your research, says Sarah Moore.
Oliver Butt explains why a new retail bond from Burford Capital is an attractive opportunity.
The “triple lock” state pension promise has become a key election battleground, with the Conservative Party manifesto suggesting it should be downgraded.
Ruth Jackson explains how the juggling money between high-interest current accounts, could earn you an average 3% interest on up to £17,000 of money, retaining instant access.
The Mixed Thing is punk rock Beaujolais with flamboyant juicy fruit and a sense of humour, says Matthew Jukes.
Professional investor Paul Mumford look for shares that offer solid long-term growth potential, which look undervalued. Here, he picks three such contrarian stocks to buy now.