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.

15 stocks in the 'buy zone'

15 stocks in the 'buy zone'

After rejigging the algorithm and reassessing every share ranked by his Decision Engine stock screener, companies analyst Richard Beddard has a lot to report on.

Should you buy Haynes shares?

Should you buy Haynes shares?

Haynes is an itch that companies analyst Richard Beddard cannot stop scratching. Here, he tells us whether he's ready to buy.

Share Sleuth: Be wary of excessive executive pay

Share Sleuth: Be wary of excessive executive pay

When shareholders wave through share option remuneration packages, executives can cash in without doing the solid work needed. Richard Beddard issues a warning.

Are FW Thorpe shares a bargain?

Are FW Thorpe shares a bargain?

Companies analyst Richard Beddard believes FW Thorpe will prosper for a long time, and the market likes what is sees.

What's really going on at Finsbury Food?

What's really going on at Finsbury Food?

Analyst Richard Beddard is preparing to throw questions rather than bread rolls at the baker's AGM next week. Here's what he thinks of the shares now.

Is superstar Tristel unbeatable?

Is superstar Tristel unbeatable?

It's dominated one market, could dominate others, is debt free, highly profitable, growing, and has competitive advantages, but analyst Richard Beddard is getting cold feet.

Ovid's shares for the future

Ovid's shares for the future

Speculators focus on extremes, leaving good firms at reasonable prices in the middle - unloved and undervalued. Here's why Richard Beddard's stocks are 'safest in the middle course'.

Should investors avoid shares on the acquisition trail?

Should investors avoid shares on the acquisition trail?

Growth through acquisition is always risky, and XP's purchase of Comdel is no exception to that rule. Richard Beddard sheds light on a portfolio favourite.

Why Colefax will be sticking in this portfolio

Why Colefax will be sticking in this portfolio

If the pound doesn't surge, profits at Colefax should improve, believes analyst Richard Beddard. But why does he liken them to a pair of shorts?

Could Alumasc shares be a bargain?

Could Alumasc shares be a bargain?

Companies analyst Richard Beddard gives us his view on this good business which is expected to do well over the very long-term.

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