Investment styles – Phil Oakley, Richard Beddard and Roger Lawson

Last week Phil Oakley, who mainly writes for ShareScope/SharePad, published a very interesting article entitled “A Blueprint for Better Long Term Investing”. This described his investment style in essence and contained lots of good tips from an experienced stock market analyst. For example: “Focus on businesses not stocks”, “Don’t overpay for quality companies” and “Avoid information overload”. It’s well worth reading and is here in full: Oakley-Article

Experienced investor Richard Beddard also joined that company recently and published an article entitled “Shares to Hold to the Grave, and Beyond…”. Again it covers his investment style and how he analyses companies. It can be read in full here: Beddard-Article

As both of their styles are similar to my own investment approach, I thought I would have a stab at a similar type of article to cover my own investment style, particularly as there seem to be some popular misconceptions about it, and some misreporting on it of late. That is also a good starting point to some further plans for writing about stock market investment that I have. My article is entitled “My Investment Philosophy” and is present here: Lawson-Article

Roger Lawson (Twitter: https://twitter.com/RogerWLawson )

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One thought on “Investment styles – Phil Oakley, Richard Beddard and Roger Lawson”

  1. Just realised the calculation of overall performance on my portfolio was wrong. Underestimated because failed to take account of cash taken out and gifts, so it’s actually overall return of 5.7 times over 19 years. Will correct article a.s.a.p. I put down the mistake to painkillers taken after dental treatment.

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