Hosted by Mark Simpson & Bruce Packard
VTP005 Inflation Figures, UK Small-Caps News, Commodity Producers & Value vs. Quality
Bruce Packard and Mark Simpson discuss two of our most recent additions to our portfolios. UK inflation figures and whether the corresponding market moves are logical or not. We touch on house-builders and building product suppliers. How much investors should pay for quality companies such as Games Workshop?
Other key topics:
- Companies discussed include Reach (RCH), Games Workshop (GAW), Anglo-Eastern Plantations (AEP), M.P.Evans (MPE), National World (NWOR) and many more.
- A robust debate on how investors should apply their own adjustments to financial figures using REACH as an example.
- How do we manage the consistent flow of UK small-cap and wider market news?
- Debating the meaning of what a strong balance sheet means.
- Value vs. Quality throughout the discussion.
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3:00 Discussing how Bruce and Mark manage the consistent news flow.
6:00 Discussing UK inflation figures and whether the corresponding market moves are logical or not.
8:40: Discussing house builders and building product suppliers.
10:10 Discussing what a strong balance sheet is.
18:15 Discussing how much investors should pay for quality companies such as Games Workshop.
22:45 Discussing Bruce’s recent purchase of M.P. Evans (MPE), modelling, and other commodity producers.
29:15 Discussing pension liabilities, and financial adjustments using Reach (RCH) as an example.
38:40 Discussing Mark’s recent purchase of National World (NWOR).
42:00 Looking at unpopular corners of the market for value and closing thoughts.
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