John Kingham doesn’t ‘fall in love’ with individual companies. But if he had to pick a favourite, Admiral would be it. Here’s why…
John Kingham of UK Value Investor explains why Marks & Spencer has been a long-term destroyer of shareholder value and reveals how you can avoid investing in similar situations in future.
John Kingham looks at lease obligations and why fixed lease obligations should be capitalised on the balance sheet.
Mitie’s share-price performance has been disappointing of late. But with sensible management, the company could return to health in the coming years.
John Kingham looks at three companies in his portfolio that have yields of over 7%. Is ‘Mr Market’ right to be so pessimistic about these three ‘high-yielders’?
With Sainsbury’s shares trading at their lowest in 25 years, and with a 5.2% dividend yield on offer, John Kingham investigates whether they are worthy of investors’ attention.
Does a lower share price and higher yield mean Reckitt Benckiser is good value again, or is it just an overpriced seller of disposable goods? John Kingham investigates.
John Kingham of UK Value Investor looks at three value traps and explains how he intends to avoid them in future.
Have impressive annualised returns left Unilever overvalued, or is the company still the ultimate no-brainer? John Kingham investigates.
To reduce the odds of seeing future dividend cuts, John Kingham has been looking at some alternative measures of quality and value.