Exclusive: The FTSE 250 stock that is a 'world leader at what it does and can be bought cheaply right now', by star investor
Julian Fosh, the star investor who runs the Liontrust UK Growth fund which has returned 22 per cent over the past year. Compared to 11 per cent for the average fund in the sector in the same time period, has revealed the FTSE 250 stock he believes is a ‘world leader at what it does’, but remains cheaply valued.
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