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.

This share wins place in Sleuth's portfolio

This share wins place in Sleuth's portfolio

Companies analyst Richard Beddard has made a rare acquisition to his portfolio, but either trimmed, or sold completely, stakes in three others. But which ones?

The case for investing in Woodford Patient Capital

The case for investing in Woodford Patient Capital

Following a trip to the AGM, companies analyst Richard Beddard discusses Woodford Patient Capital trust and its ambitious targets.

Why this serious investor is seduced by Churchill China

Why this serious investor is seduced by Churchill China

A visit to Churchill China's Stoke-on-Trent HQ impressed companies analyst Richard Beddard. But is he minded to buy the shares.

The easy way to buy top companies at the right price

The easy way to buy top companies at the right price

A new book really does tell you how to identify good companies and buy them at reasonable prices. Companies analyst Richard Beddard runs through the basics.

Share Watch: Four stocks of interest

Share Watch: Four stocks of interest

Richard Beddard looks at the shares that takes his fancy this month.

What our man learned about Next from Lord Wolfson

What our man learned about Next from Lord Wolfson

It's fallen off Richard Beddard's 'buy' list, but the companies analyst tells us what he found out about Next at its brief AGM in Leicester.

Seven shares for the future

Seven shares for the future

Rising share prices have shrunk the number of companies recommended by Richard Beddard's Decision Engine to just seven.

Next shares are a 'tough hold'

Next shares are a 'tough hold'

If Next's retail business recovers its shares are currently good value, argues companies analyst Richard Beddard. But there's a problem.

New share added to this outperforming portfolio

New share added to this outperforming portfolio

After much pontification, companies analyst Richard Beddard has a new addition to his portfolio, but what's he bought and which share did he sell to pay for it?

Why I'd like to invest in Anpario shares

Why I'd like to invest in Anpario shares

Despite seeing potential in this AIM share, companies analyst Richard Beddard says they're not cheap. Will he buy them?

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