Welcome to The Private Investor’s Podcast, the podcast where keen stock-pickers Mark Atkinson and Maynard Paton talk about managing their share portfolios. Mark began buying shares in 1984 while Maynard started in 1993.

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Meet Your Hosts

Maynard Paton

Maynard is a former share tipster and investment writer for the Motley Fool and has been investing in shares for 25+ years, becoming mortgage-free at 40 and leaving 9-5 working at age 43.

Mark Atkinson

Mark started investing in shares in 1984 and has been actively building his substantial portfolio since leaving the 9-5 working at 53.

LATEST EPISODES

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PIP006 FTSE Small-Cap Review: City of London Investment’s 9% Yield (CLIG)

This time Maynard Paton and Mark Atkinson review FTSE Small-Cap City of London Investment and the investment potential of fund managers. Maynard covers in detail why he owns the City of London Investment, when he started buying the City of London Investment, what CLIG does, attending the recent City of London AGM and what Maynard thinks about their current situation and future growth potential. Is it a further buy, a hold or a sell?

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PIP005 Aim Listed Small-Cap Share Review System 1 (SYS1)

This time Maynard Paton and Mark Atkinson review Aim Listed Small-Cap System 1 and the investment potential of testing adverts. System 1 is Maynards largest holding starting with his first purchase in March of 2016, since then Maynard has further added to his position becoming the largest holding in his portfolio.

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PIP004 FTSE 250 Share Review Greggs (GRG)

Welcome to The Private Investor’s Podcast. This time Maynard and Mark’s share review of FTSE of 250 listed Greggs (GRG) and the investment potential of sausage rolls. Mark first bought Greggs in 2003 before selling it in 2005. Mark began buying again in 2017 at £10.24 adding several times with the latest purchase at £18.00 Greggs is now one of Mark’s top five holdings accounting for 5% of his overall portfolio. The question is; what does the future hold for Greggs? Will Maynard be buying, does Mark hold, buy more, or sell?

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PIP003 AIM Listed Small-Cap Share Review Somero (SOM)

Welcome to The Private Investor’s Podcast. This time Maynard and Mark’s review of AIM listed small-cap Somero Enterprises (SOM) and the investment potential of concrete levelling machines. Mark first bought Somero (SOM) in April 2016 adding a further nine purchases making it one of the largest holdings in his portfolio. Somero Enterprises is a US domiciled company listed on the UK AIM share market that specialises in concrete levelling machines for large warehouses, fulfilment centres, large factories and data centres. The question is; what does the future hold for Somero?

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PIP002 UK Small-Cap Share Review Tristel (TSTL)

Welcome to The Private Investor’s Podcast. This time we review UK small-cap Tristel (TSTL) and the investment potential of medical cleaning wipes and disinfectants. Maynard bought Tristel in 2013, while Mark bought it in 2017. Both Mark and Maynard recently attended Tristel’s shareholders’ Open Day learning key insights about the potential growth of the company. The question is; do we buy more, hold or sell our holdings?

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PIP001 UK Small-Cap Share Review Photo-Me

Welcome to the first episode of The Private Investor’s Podcast. The podcast where keen stock pickers, Mark Atkinson, and Maynard Paton talk about managing their share portfolios. Mark began buying shares in 1984, and Maynard started in 1993, this time we cover UK small-cap cover Photo-ME and the investment potential of passport photos and self-service washing machines.

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