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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.

Goodwin profits in line with previous fiscal year

Goodwin has confirmed that profitability for the period from 1st May 2017 to 31st July 2017 is broadly in proportion to the full year profit figures recently published for the year ended 30th April 2017.

The Company added that it will cease to publish quarterly interim management statements to enable it to "optimise its use of resources and continue to focus its efforts on longer term targets and productivity".

At 1:13pm: (LON:GDWN) Goodwin PLC share price was +13p at 1607.5p

Is Goodwin one of those rebound stories?

Is Goodwin one of those rebound stories?

If Goodwin recovers to former levels of profitability and we invest now, we could be rich, says analyst Richard Beddard. But it may not be that simple.

Why this pioneering AIM stock is "a screaming add"

Why this pioneering AIM stock is "a screaming add"

Big news propels a number of shares into Richard Beddard's Decision Engine buy-zone, as others tumble down the rankings.

2 small-cap stars that could make you brilliantly rich

Goodwin (LSE:GDWN) has been a stellar small-cap performer in recent yers. It posted earnings per share (EPS) of 14.61p in 1999 and in its latest annual results, released yesterday afternoon, it reported EPS of 84.47p. The dividend has advanced from 2.94p to 42.35p over the same period. And the share price has climbed from 78.5p at the dawn of the century to 1,511p today.

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 family-owned businesses to retire on

We here at the Motley Fool tend to love founder-led companies as they normally mean great management teams with a huge incentive to run the company well over the long run. Sadly, they aren't many of them left these days, but of the few that are left a handful make a compelling investment thesis.

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?

Six share tips for value investors in 2017

Six share tips for value investors in 2017

With value and profitability in mind as ever, companies analyst Richard Beddard picks out six shares with the strength to deliver returns for growth and income investors alike.

Why Share Sleuth just sold Rolls-Royce

Why Share Sleuth just sold Rolls-Royce

Sometimes you must sell shares to buy new ones, and companies analyst Richard Beddard has done just that. Here he explains why, and what he did with the proceeds.