Buy-and-hold investors should want to see evidence of several key characteristics before they commit to a company. Richard Beddard explains what they are and highlights his current favourite buys.
Articles written by Richard Beddard
Trifast, a British supplier of industrial fasteners, has tightened up its act over the past decade. And it’s now looking like a very good investment.
Avon Rubber, the breathing and dairy farming equipment maker, has a promising future , says Richard Beddard.
Quartix, the Aim-listed maker of devices to track vehicles, looks attractively valued, says Richard Beddard.
Victrex makes most of the world’s supply of PEEK, the material it invented 40 years ago.
Cohort, the defence technology group, has moved with the times and owns a compelling collection of companies.
Scientific-equipment maker Judges Scientific is expanding rapidly and doesn’t deserve to be ignored by investors, says Richard Beddard.
The slump in XP Power’s share price is absurdly overdone. Investors should seize this buying opportunity.
Profitability at British engineer Goodwin has slid in the past few years, but the outlook has greatly improved.
High street stalwart Next is adapting well amid turmoil in the retail sector.