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Occupation: Private Investor

Interests: European Markets, Funds, Hedge Funds

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I used to work professionally on more technical trading. Now as a hobby and investment - looking at mostly UK small caps. So now strictly an amateur.

Investment Strategy
I like to understand the stocks I own well and sometimes do a lot of research. Still instinct is important - it at a minimum tells me which shares to research. My in-built bias is to buy cheap stocks (with known imperfections - or stocks with "hair") than stocks priced close to perfection.


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Earlier this year, I stumbled across Titon Holdings (LON:TON), an illiquid family controlled micro-cap which looks conservatively managed, with most profits coming from Korea and in recent years has shown impressive top line and EPS growth.   In addition, it has a  2.5% dividend yield and the dividend is very well covered by earnings and dividends have increased steadily over recent years.    However, a slightly more…



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Damien. Thanks for the excellent write up. Graham Neary covered Medica in yesterday’s (25 March) SCVR and seemed positive and the results looked good. There were quite a few comments from readers, where the two main doubts seemed to be: 1) Medium/ long term risk of AI making human radiologists redundant; 2) Short-term political risk. Stopping NHS outsourcing to the private sector seems to be…

I hold T Clarke (LON:CTO) and the full year 2018 results today look very solid, as indicated in the trading update in Jan. The is a significant hike in the dividend (above market expectations) to 4p. The new news in the report today is that the Chairman states that TClarke is well placed to hit the long targeted 3% margin target in 2019 (before the…

I have not looked at Medica (LON:MGP) before. My concern would be political risk - NHS outsourcing.

Trident I am surprised more companies do not provide total tax transparency. The only one I have seen do it is Bonmarche Holdings (LON:BON) (see p31 of 2018 annual) which with £8m of PBT paid £17.7m in tax - of which only £1.6m was corporation tax - the 4th largest tax item. The top 3 being: business rates, import duties and employer NICs. Bonmarche also…

Looks good. I have just bought my ticket for the Thursday and Friday. Last year was a very efficient use of time.


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