2018 was a bad year for bank shares. 2019 is likely to be even worse, says Victor Hill.
Robert Stephens, CFA, is optimistic about the long-term return potential offered by the FTSE 350, in spite of ongoing Brexit uncertainty.
Robert Stephens, CFA, considers the turnaround potential of two underperforming FTSE 100 housebuilders.
While reported earnings are useful when analysing the sustainability of a company’s dividend, John Kingham has realised there’s something better. And that something is free cash flow.
Robert Stephens, CFA, discusses the recovery potential of two FTSE 100 stocks that have underperformed the market of late.
John Kingham of UK Value Investor investigates whether cough causer Imperial Brands is a high yield cigar butt offering a hearty but relatively short-lived dividend drag, or a yield trap offering a huge dividend which will never be paid.
Robert Stephens, CFA, discusses two FTSE 250 property-focused shares which offer relatively high dividend yields.
Robert Stephens, CFA, considers the outlook for two FTSE 100 retail shares – Tesco and Morrisons – in the face of Brexit.
The largest financial bomb since the 2008 crash has, as of last week, been officially detonated, writes Ranjeet Singh of London Stone Securities.
Henderson Smaller Companies trust manager Neil Hermon explains why smaller and medium sized companies in the UK are attracting lot of interest from overseas.