Sustainable growth, leading margins and cash generation combine to give a strong financial profile at building products firm Forterra, writes Mark Watson-Mitchell.
Asset light and operating on low fixed costs, this is a classic growth stock in the making, writes Mark Watson-Mitchell.
Ventilation company Volution is a global operator with strong upside potential, argues Mark Watson-Mitchell.
Robert Stephens, CFA, discusses the investment prospects of two unloved shares – Real Estate Investment Trust British Land and miner Glencore.
Genel Energy’s production and net cash position are both rising fast and its portfolio looks set for material organic growth, writes Mark Watson-Mitchell.
Investor interest in the burgeoning build to rent market has continued to gain momentum and Watkin Jones is positioning itself to be a leading player in this sector.
Robert Stephens, CFA, considers the recovery prospects of two out-of-favour FTSE 100 shares – insurer Direct Line and supermarket chain Morrisons.
Quality of earnings, balance sheet strength and profits growth going forward makes these shares look very undervalued, argues Mark Watson-Mitchell.
Mark Watson-Mitchell thinks shares in Topps Tiles are looking cheap ahead of the company’s interim results, due in a couple of weeks.
Robert Stephens, CFA, discusses the appeal of two companies that have recently refreshed their growth plans.