Motley Fool: A Small-Cap That Beat The Market Correction

With the benefit of hindsight, May this year was not a great time to buy shares. By mid-June, the FTSE 100 had slumped more than 10% and it has taken a further four months for the index to regain its earlier high*. Sadly, many stocks popular with private investors — such as NXT (LSE: NTX), Stanelco (LSE: SEO) and Aminex (LSE: AEX) — remain well below their 2006 peaks**.

Nevertheless, some shares managed to beat the market correction. Take Games Workshop (LSE: GAW), the small-cap war-games group. I told members of the Motley Fool’s Champion Shares service to buy this share at a 276p mid-price on 10 May. Since then, the mid-price has risen to 375.5p. Including 14p of due dividends, Champion Shares members have therefore earned a 41%*** return….

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