UK Quality Shares shine in a benign market

Invest-ability's UK-focused portfolio topped the table in a decent year for the FTSE

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The FTSE 100 is best known for proving something of a perennial disappointment to its investors, certainly when compared to its more tech-heavy US counterparts. It lagged them again too this year by a mere ten percentage points, but with many of its constituents well into the green 2021 felt a lot better than many previous years.

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Quality Shares Weekly: 17th September 2021

Phil's weekly thoughts on the markets along with his views on Games Workshop, Fevertree, AB Foods, JD Sports, Ashtead and Restaurant Group.

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Has the stock market bull run finally run out of steam? It feels like it.

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How to avoid cash flow slip ups

Investors are right to focus on cash flow analysis, but need to tread carefully

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For years, investors have been told to focus on a company’s cash flows rather than its profits. Profit has built up a bad name for itself as it is seen as easier to abuse and pull the wool over people’s eyes. It is argued that cash flows are much harder to fudge. This is not strictly true as we shall see shortly.

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