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Peter Stephens

Having held various senior management positions in the manufacturing sector, Peter founded his own manufacturing company in 1996 that was subsequently sold in 2007. Meanwhile, his passion for investing remains strong and he couples this with writing for The Motley Fool as a freelancer. 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.

I’d follow Warren Buffett and buy cheap stocks after the market crash to make a million

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Why stock market crash round 2 could be a rare opportunity to get rich and retire early

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Forget gold and Bitcoin. I’d buy crashing stocks today to make a million

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Don’t waste stock market crash round 2! I’d use Warren Buffett’s strategy to get rich from it

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Stock market crash: how I’d make a growing passive income with dirt-cheap dividend shares

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Stock market crash part 2: how I’d capitalise on buying opportunities to make a million

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No savings at 50? I think these tips can help you retire early with stocks

Buying a diverse range of cheap stocks for the long term after the market crash could help you to retire early, in my opinion. More »

3 reasons why I’d invest today after the worst stock market crash in 10 years

The stock market crash could present buying opportunities for long-term investors relative to other mainstream assets, in my opinion. More »

3 reasons why I’d sell gold to buy dirt-cheap stocks today

Selling gold to buy dirt-cheap stocks after the 2020 market crash could lead to higher long-term returns in my opinion. More »

Market crash 2020: why this could be a once-in-a-lifetime investing opportunity

This year’s market crash has left some high-quality stocks trading at low price levels that could lead to high returns in the long run. More »

Money to invest today? I’d follow these 3 Warren Buffett tips to retire early

Following Warren Buffett’s lead could help to improve your chances of retiring early despite the threat of a second stock market crash. More »

How I’d start planning for stock market crash part 2 today

Readying yourself for a potential second stock market crash could be a shrewd move that improves your long-term return prospects. More »

Forget gold and Bitcoin. I think dirt-cheap stocks can make you rich

The recent market crash means there are a number of dirt-cheap stocks available. They could offer higher returns than gold or Bitcoin, in my... More »

Market crash 2020: 3 stock warning signs to watch out for

Avoiding companies with these three weaknesses after the market crash could help to improve your portfolio returns in my opinion. More »