Worker ownership may sound like a revolutionary idea. But actually it’s a good way to boost capitalism – and returns for investors, says David Thornton.
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The economist John Maynard Keynes was also a very successful stock investor. Here, David Thornton outlines his three key rules for making money in the markets
Making predictions about the oil price is a mug’s game, says David Thornton. But that’s not going to stop him. So here goes with three of his own.
Maximise your penny share profits by following these ten simple rules from small-cap expert David Thornton.
David Thornton explains what penny shares are, and where to find small-cap stocks to invest in.
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.
Letting your small-cap stocks run on can make you a fortune, says David Thornton. The hard part is knowing which of your winners to back.
David Thornton outlines some things to think about when valuing a company that has never made a profit and may never have made a sale.
Returns from investing in successful small companies are consistently better than returns from investing in large companies. Small-cap expert David Thornton explains why, and how you can get in on the action.
Some investment styles really do genuinely seem to work better than others over time. And one of those is investing in small-cap stocks. Here’s why.