TMFstockpicker

Peter Stephens

Having held various senior management positions in the manufacturing sector, Peter founded his own manufacturing company in 1996. This was subsequently sold in 2007. Meanwhile, his passion for investing (which began during the privatizations of the 1980s) remains strong and he couples this with writing for The Motley Fool as a Contractor. His investment style is value-oriented; focusing on company fundamentals, as well as assessing the strength and presence of a competitive advantage. While above-average growth prospects remain very attractive, a greater focus on dividends has crept in since Peter became a part-time retiree in 2007.

General Information

Name:
Peter Stephens
Fool Since:
December 6 2013
Aliases:
stockpicker (12/6/2013)
Where I Live:
United Kingdom
Gender:
Male

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
High
Risk Tolerance:
Medium
Investing Style:
Value Investor
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
Interested in all sectors - almost exclusively mid and large caps
Stocks I Own:
AML, AV, AZN, BA, BARC, BLND, BLT, BP, CLLN, CNA, CRH, CSR, DCG, FDL, FXPO, GFRD, GSK, HEAD, HRG, HSBA, IRV, ITV, KAZ, KGF, LAND, LLOY, LRD, MER, MKS, MRW, NG, NWR, OML, PFD, RBS, RDSA, RDSB, RSA, RSL, SBRY, SL, SSE, STOB, TSCO, TW, UU, UVEL, WMH

Investing Favorites

Stocks:
Mid and large caps
Industries:
Genuinely interested in everything but with a particular focus on healthcare

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My Story

Having held various senior management positions in the manufacturing sector, Peter founded his own manufacturing company in 1996. This was subsequently sold in 2007. Meanwhile, his passion for investing (which began during the privatizations of the 1980s) remains strong and he couples this with writing for The Motley Fool as a Contractor. His investment style is value-oriented; focusing on company fundamentals, as well as assessing the strength and presence of a competitive advantage. While above-average growth prospects remain very attractive, a greater focus on dividends has crept in since Peter became a part-time retiree in 2007.