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Articles written by Richard Beddard
Wargamers love Games Workshop, but investors have had the most fun recently. Richard Beddard explains what behind the company’s turnaround in fortunes.
Alumasc should profit in both sunshine and storms thanks to its balance of different businesses, says Richard Beddard.
Churchill China is much loved by customers and investors alike, says Richard Beddard. Wait for a chance to buy in.
The quiet growth of low-cost airline Jet2 has taken both competitors and investors by surprise – unless you were looking in the places most fund managers ignore.
What is it that makes great business leaders stand out from the crowd? Two American small-cap investors think they have found the answer, reports Richard Beddard.
Investing in companies that qualify for business property relief can reduce costs when your estate is passed on. Richard Beddard selects seven of the best.
Investors get excited by IPOs on the stock exchange. But new flotations tend to disappoint over time. You should back the old-timers, says Richard Beddard.
A consumer product is generally the end result of a whole chain of activities. Some links in that chain make better investments than others. Richard Beddard explains.
Executive pay has been rocketing for decades, exciting the envy of wage slaves. But should investors avoid or opt for stocks helmed by well-rewarded executives, asks Richard Beddard.