Ted Baker has grown its revenues and dividends every year since it listed on the stock market in 1997. John Kingham takes a closer look to see if it’s too good to be true.
Robert Stephens, CFA, considers the prospects for two FTSE 250 oil producers – Tullow Oil and Premier Oil.
Robert Stephens discusses why these two dividend stocks could offer investment potential for the long term.
John Kingham of UK Value Investor looks at three companies that don’t need to borrow to fund expansion and are able to pay significant dividends to shareholders.
Richard Gill, CFA, looks at three interesting small cap healthcare/biotech businesses which he believes are worthy of further investigation.
Robert Stephens discusses why gold miners could have investment appeal given the uncertain outlook for the world economy.
Robert Stephens discusses the prospects for two real estate investment trusts (REITs) – British Land and Shaftesbury – in light of the current Brexit uncertainty.
Robert Stephens discusses the investment appeal of two FTSE 100 housebuilders – Persimmon and Barratt Developments.
Robert Stephens discusses why BP and Shell could be among the most impressive dividend shares in the FTSE 100.
Richard Gill, CFA, looks at three dynamic small cap firms listed in London which are looking to ride the wave of opportunity.