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Tom Bulford


Tom worked as a fund manager in the City of London and in Hong Kong for over 20 years. As a director with Schroder Investment Management International he was responsible for £2 billion of foreign clients' money, and launched what became Argentina's largest mutual fund.

Now working from his home in Oxfordshire, Tom Bulford helps private investors with his premium tipping newsletter, Red Hot Biotech Alert.

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Articles written by Tom Bulford

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Taking big profits from takeovers

You need to be on the look out for takeover targets when stock markets are this bearish. Real profits can be made when small-caps become the focus of acquisitions. Here, Tom Bulford tips the most exciting sectors to watch – and the ones to avoid.


An unloved small-cap property company

As an investment idea, owning shares in UK commercial property companies is on the contrarian side. But this small-cap company is making a healthy return on its portfolio and has good prospects for the future, says Tom Bulford.


How you could profit from rogue traders

With the UBS debacle just the latest in a long line of rogue trading fiascos, banking chiefs will be working overtime to get a firmer grip on their employees’ activities. And for one company, that means profit, says Tom Bulford.


Why overtrading can kill your returns

Investing has changed radically over the last few years. Electronic trading and instant communication mean shares can be bought and sold in a matter of seconds. But rather than being a good thing, all this could make a serious dent in your profits, says Tom Bulford.


A vital message for investors in energy

Investing in penny shares carries more risk than buying blue-chip stocks, but the rewards can be so much higher. Here, Tom Bulford looks at the energy industry, where a tiny share a successful oil project can send a small-cap company’s value soaring.


Profit from India’s wind-power revolution

India is in desperate need of energy. And it aims to make up much of the shortfall with renewables. Here, Tom Bulford looks at one small-cap company that is poised to profit from India’s fast-growing wind energy sector.

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