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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!

What to watch for in 2018

The nine-year old bull market is no spring chicken... More »

Is the best over for UK homebuilders?

Betting against the UK property market has been impoverishing investors since the 1990s. More »

Look beyond shares if you want to see a bubble

Be wary of Bitcoin, junk bonds and property. More »

You know nothing! But that’s fine…

Predictions are futile, so concentrate on what you can control. More »

8 ways higher interest rates could impact your portfolio

It’s been a long time since we’ve had to worry about higher rates. More »

7 ways to hold on to your winners

When to hold and when to fold… More »

Headline news that’s worth reading

The era of easy money may soon be over… More »

The simple secret to big winners

Winners keep winning, so you should keep holding… More »

A vote for investing uncertainty

The pound has fallen sharply, but such weakness could be good for UK firms. More »

7 big differences between crowdfunding and investing in the stock market

Crowdfunding is truly only for money you can afford – and expect – to lose. More »

Who’d buy a bank? Only a contrarian investor!

True contrarians look at their portfolio through their fingers. More »

NOW is the time to fill your ISA!

Waiting a year to use your ISA allowance risks higher taxes and lower returns. More »

Are British companies a turn-off?

Everyone from policy makers to the media have wondered why owning company shares is so much more popular in the US than Britain. More »

Did Kraft Heinz Co’s bid for Unilever plc ring a bell on the bull market?

Kraft Heinz Co (NASDAQ:KHC) has abandoned its attempt to acquire UK consumer goods powerhouse Unilever plc (LON:ULVR) More »

Is the FTSE 100 overvalued?

VIDEO: One Fool scrutinises the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX). More »

Can the price of Rio Tinto plc & BHP Billiton plc double again?

VIDEO: One Fool ponders the near-term future of Rio Tinto plc (LON:RIO) and BHP Billion plc (LON:BLT) More »

Small cap is the ultimate variety box for stock pickers

Smaller companies as a group have handily beaten the returns from their larger brethren over the long-term. More »

The right kind of investing goals

Distinguishing between goals where you have some control over the outcome versus those where it's really out of your hands. More »

2016: a forgettable year?

The political upheavals of 2016 spilled into the stock markets... yet the UK and US indices have turned in textbook gains. More »

OPEC has agreed to stop oil prices soaring

But the move could actually dampen future prices... More »