Richard Beddard: scoring two good long-term investments

Source: interactive investor Date: 5th February 2021 It’s hard to invest when trading is tough, but these businesses might have cracked it. When businesses have the wherewithal to invest while trading is tough, it can be a sign of past prudence and a harbinger of future strength. Competitors hamstrung by weaker finances will be disadvantaged when things return to normal.

Investing in spite of everything

Despite the pandemic, lift component manufacturer and distributor Dewhurst (LSE:DWHT) is building a new factory for Dupar Controls, its Canadian subsidiary. View full article on interactive investor

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