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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.

Two high-growth small-caps I’d buy to retire on

Small-cap investing can be a bit of a hit or miss venture, but I believe looking to smaller stocks that are less frequently covered by analysts can unearth some great companies whose shares trade at bargain prices while offering phenomenal long-term capital appreciation prospects. And I think I've discovered two such under-the-radar options in speciality electronics manufacturer Acal (LSE:ACL) and chemicals producer Treatt (LSE:TET).

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.

2 growth stories for your retirement portfolio

Pets at Home (LSE:PETS) the UK's leading specialist retailer of pet food, accessories and veterinary and grooming services, reported a 7.2% increase in revenue and a 3.2% increase in profit before tax for FY17.

Director Deals - Treatt PLC (TET)

Richard Hope, Financial Director, has re-invested 1,303 shares in the company on the 10th May 2017 at a price of 424.00p. The Director now holds 209,442 shares.

Director deals data provided by www.directorsholdings.com

2 super growth stocks that could help you retire rich

For those seeking spectacular earnings growth in the near term and beyond, I reckon investors could do a lot worse than check out Spirent Communications (LSE:SPT).

The Crawley firm has seen its share price accelerate as speculation that it could be a takeover target has hit fever pitch. Indeed, Spirent hit record tops above 125p per share just today after analysts at Citi lauded the quality of the tech play's business and favourable exposure to end markets.

Treatt - A Brilliant Half

Treatt has delivered yet another strong set of results. The business continues to perform very well and the constant stream of upgrades demonstrates the strength of momentum as the company moves further up the value chain. The pipeline is looking increasingly strong and recent growth means capacity expansion costing $11-14m is required at Treatt USA and is independent of the UK site relocation. We upgrade our FY18 and FY19 earnings estimates by c 2% and c 4%, respectively.
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Treatt - Another Upward Surprise

Despite the surprise trading statement of 23 February, which led us to raise our sales forecasts by c 10% and PBT and EPS by c 20-30%, Treatt has yet again upgraded its outlook for FY17, which leads us to raise our EPS forecasts again by c 6-9%. Our fair value increases to 401p (from 350p) as a result. The constant stream of upgrades demonstrates the strength of momentum in the business as the company moves further up the value chain.
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Top stocks for April

We asked our writers to share their top stock picks for the month of April, and this is what they had to say:

Roland Head: Anglo American

Shares of mining giant Anglo American (LSE:AAL) have risen by 154% over the last year. It would be easy to think about taking profits at this point, but I believe Anglo shares fell too far last year and could rise further.

These Brexit winners could make you a mint

This week's Article 50 declaration means that the UK is formally committed to Brexit. But many stock market investors are already sitting on comfortable profits as a result of the UK's surprise decision to leave the EU.

The sudden devaluation of the pound that followed last summer's referendum has not been reversed. This means that companies which trade in US dollars but report in pounds are reporting significant profit growth thanks to this shift in exchange rates.