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Six share tips for value investors in 2018

Six share tips for value investors in 2018

Companies analyst Richard Beddard uses his decision engine to identify the most resilient, adaptable, profitable and fairly run firms for both income and growth in 2018.

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'.

10 cheap growth stocks

10 cheap growth stocks

When markets race higher, it's easy to overpay for growth stocks. Stockopedia's Ben Hobson tells us how to avoid it, and names 10 shares currently offering growth at a reasonable price.

Two growth bargains I’d buy and hold for the next decade

Finding growth stocks that have what it takes to churn out returns year after year is difficult, but not impossible. Indeed, I believe I've stumbled across two such companies, which are revealed in full below. 

Alumasc shareholders pass all resolutions at AGM

Alumasc Group has confirmed that all resolutions were passed by shareholders at yesterday's Annual General Meeting.

At 2:05pm: (LON:ALU) Alumasc Group PLC share price was +3p at 168.5p

2 shockingly cheap stocks under £2

Shares of Alumasc (LSE:ALU) are down 3.5% at 166p after the company released a trading update ahead of its AGM today. With the update telling us "the Board's expectations for full-year results remain unchanged," the City consensus earnings per share (EPS) forecast of 21.6p puts the company on a bargain-basement price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 7.7.

Director Deals - Alumasc Group PLC (ALU)

Jon Pither, Non Executive Director, bought 18,250 shares in the company on the 11th September 2017 at a price of 172.00p. The Director now holds 290,376 shares.

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Director deals data provided by www.directorsholdings.com

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.

Keep holding these shares for the future

Keep holding these shares for the future

Despite some problems, there's no reason to ditch these two stocks yet, argues companies analyst Richard Beddard. He's holding because of what they might still achieve in the future.

2 top stocks under £5

Earlier this month, construction materials firm Alumasc (LSE:ALU) reported record levels of revenue for its most recent financial year, as it shifted its focus purely to building products for the first time in its 70-year history.