Richard Beddard

Richard is companies editor of Interactive Investor and a columnist at Money Observer magazine. A keen private investor through his Self Invested Personal Pension, he manages two virtual portfolios. The Share Sleuth portfolio is a hand-picked collection of mostly small-cap value shares, while the Nifty Thrifty is a mechanical portfolio designed to pick large, successful companies at cheap prices.

Re-assessing Games Workshop: Is it a buy?

Re-assessing Games Workshop: Is it a buy?

Having "laid into" Games Workshop 18 months ago, analyst Richard Beddard re-visits the investment case for a firm that's quadrupled since.

Are 'intelligent fanatics' running businesses you own?

Are 'intelligent fanatics' running businesses you own?

You don't need many 'moonshots' in your portfolio to do well. Here's why analyst Richard Beddard's latest reading has got him excited.

Air Partner: A successful company, striving to be more successful

Air Partner: A successful company, striving to be more successful

Despite its profitable history, analyst Richard Beddard began to doubt Air Partner and sold a stake. Here, he discusses whether it's the company or himself that is the problem.

A top-ranked, contrarian long-term investment

A top-ranked, contrarian long-term investment

Ever since companies analyst Richard Beddard has been ranking shares, this stalwart has been near the top of the list. Here's why.

This extraordinary stock is a 'buy', here's why

Share Sleuth: Howden Joinery is a 'buy', here's why

Howden Joinery has won a place in the Share Sleuth portfolio. Richard Beddard reveals the secret of the firm's success - and it's not kitchen design.

Nifty Thrifty Portfolio: 19% annual return, but room for improvement

Nifty Thrifty Portfolio: 19% annual return, but room for improvement

Richard Beddard wheels out the mechanical portfolio after a year in hibernation, but is disappointed to find the algorithm has failed to keep up with its benchmark.

Why this share is impossible to sell

Why this share is impossible to sell

The shares are on the cheap side and companies analyst Richard Beddard thinks things are more likely get better than worse for this business.

Top ranked shares for the future

Top ranked shares for the future

After upgrading his decision engine, companies analyst Richard Beddard thinks he's got to the heart of investing and the reasons we so often make mistakes.

Share Sleuth: Could Brexit cripple this special growth stock?

Share Sleuth: Could Brexit cripple this special growth stock?

After the UK exits the EU this special growth stock could suffer, worries Richard Beddard.

Two AIM companies in rude health

Two AIM companies in rude health

Portmeirion and Churchill China are survivors, but one has done far better than the other recently. Companies analyst Richard Beddard compares the rival potters.

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