Richard Gill, CFA

Make a mint with these marvellous microcaps

Make a mint with these marvellous microcaps

13 mins. to read

There is one sub-class of small cap stocks which offer the potential for substantial long-term gains – perhaps more than any other asset class in existence. Not just 100% or 200% gains but up to 100,000% or even 200,000%. The stocks I am talking about are microcaps, companies which have a very low market capitalisation…

Why big brands can equal big returns

Why big brands can equal big returns

2 mins. to read

Developing a successful brand, or indeed a range of successful brands, is a key corporate goal for many businesses. Not only can a good quality brand deliver high margins and consistent cashflow, it can also help a company to create a valuable “economic moat”. This refers to the ability of a business to maintain a…

Making a mint with Initial Coin Offerings

Making a mint with Initial Coin Offerings

5 mins. to read

A few weeks ago on the Master Investor blog Nick Sudbury argued that investors, given the current environment of rising inflation, should be looking at ways to protect their wealth from currency debasement. One way of doing that is to invest in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, the increasingly popular Ethereum, or perhaps one of 900+…

Three small cap IPOs to liven up a quiet summer

Three small cap IPOs to liven up a quiet summer

1 mins. to read

Let’s look at three interesting small cap companies which have recently  listed on the markets during these traditionally quiet summer months. 1) Angling Direct There aren’t many sports which offer the possibility of taking home dinner when you’ve finished playing. But angling, one of the most popular participation sports in the UK, is one of them. According…

How to profit from freshly funded small-cap stars

How to profit from freshly funded small-cap stars

1 mins. to read

Companies might make the decision to list their shares on a stock exchange for a number of reasons. Whether it be an exit opportunity for existing shareholders, to raise the profile of the business amongst its customers, or to set a value for the stock, there are many benefits of making the move from being…

Three small caps trading at below net asset value

Three small caps trading at below net asset value

1 mins. to read

Valuing shares is a tricky business. That’s why over the decades equity analysts have developed a range of different ways to estimate how much a company could be worth. Well established approaches such as discounted cash flow and earnings multiples have been popular for almost a century and remain commonly used methods for valuing businesses.…

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