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Owain Bennallack

Owain is a magpie of the investing world -- and not because he gets into a flap. Almost any style of investing might suit him, depending on the bigger picture, and he's held all sorts of companies. Paraphrasing Keynes, he says: “When the market changes, I change my mind -- what do you do?” That said, Owain is usually a buyer of equities, where he prefers lightly geared, modestly rated companies, and is increasingly on the lookout for Buffett-style intangible quality. He aspires to buy-and-hold: his best investment ideas are worth much more than he sold them for. Then again, his worst investment went bust due to management fraud!

Why Warren Buffett doesn’t do debt

Debt works brilliantly in investing – until it doesn't. More »

The man who gave us everything

43 years after Bogle launched the first index fund, the cheapest trackers charge you less than 0.1% a year to deliver the returns of... More »

There are old investors and there are bold investors…

...but there are no old, bold investors More »

5 shares that could go either way in 2019

Here's to an interesting year ahead... More »

There are no rules in investing, actually

What do Love Actually and investing have in common? More »

What should you do if we’re in a bear market?

The key is to be thoughtful when others are fearful. More »

Three retailers thriving in the age of Amazon

Some UK retailers are succeeding even amidst the mega-disruption. More »

Time to bag a Brexit bargain?

Domestic shares look cheap, and may be a buy for the brave. More »

How becoming an investor is like learning a musical instrument

Why it pays to keep on praticising. More »

How to build an international income portfolio

Dividend payouts are rising strongly across the globe. More »

How to diversify Brexit risk

5 practical ways to help protect your wealth. More »

How can you stop Brexit blowing up your portfolio?

With a range of outcomes still possible, it's important to be diversified. More »

UK dividend investors can sleep easier

But remember that cash trumps profits when you're weighing up an investment. More »

Bitcoin’s bust is a reminder to be wary

Take care when hype takes centre stage More »

Not everyone on the high street is down in the dumps

These five retailers look well positioned for the long haul. More »

Trade War, what was it good for?

For investors, absolutely nothing More »

Why smart investors choose to make fewer decisions

Don’t just do something, sit there! More »

How inflation has eaten away at the value of cash

Holding too much cash can cost you dearly. More »

Rates are rising faster, but slowly

Will Mr. Unreliable let us down again? More »

The price we pay for long-term gains

Why stock market falls can make you a better investor. More »