Investors enjoyed the fruits of exuberant market performance in 2016 despite emergent political risks, but they face great uncertainty in 2017.
Britvic and other soft drinks manufacturers may be following tobacco, gambling and alcohol firms into the sin stock category, says Richard Beddard.
It would be good for shareholders if bosses held shares for the long term in the firms they run, says Richard Beddard
Our establishment of clever-clogs is licking its wounds as equity markets march higher. Plump for reliability to ride out Brexit uncertainties.
Like many investors, Money Observer's associate editor Andrew Pitts prepares for 2017 by assessing his investment decisions in 2016.
After overhauling the first 10 companies in his Decision Engine, Richard Beddard reveals the shares who scored highest.
Value investing requires an unusual degree of resolve, but remains a highly rewarding discipline for those who are able to stick with it.
Our Share Sleuth unveils an easy New Year's resolution every investor looking for a more profitable year ahead should get behind.
Our Share Sleuth didn't set out to make money in 2016. But he did. Here, Richard Beddard analyses how his portfolio continues to beat the market.
In XP Power Richard Beddard has found a firm that ticks all the right boxes, with healthy profit margins, and an excellent 30% return on capital.