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25
FEB

The Midweek Watchlist: Wednesday 25th February 2015

If you think companies would like to know when they are on the midweek watchlist then feel free to contact their investor relations or even the CEO if you have their contact details and tell them to keep an eye on it.


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18
FEB

The Midweek Watchlist: Wednesday 18th February 2015

If you think companies would like to know when they are on the midweek watchlist then feel free to contact their investor relations or even the CEO if you have their contact details and tell them to keep an eye on it.


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11
FEB

The Midweek Watchlist: Wednesday 11th February 2015

If you think companies would like to know when they are on the midweek watchlist then feel free to contact their investor relations or even the CEO if you have their contact details and tell them to keep an eye on it.


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11
FEB

News for the Snoozers - Part 6

There’s not much to digest in this latest round-up of news so it’s a speedy one today....


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4
FEB

The Midweek Watchlist: Wednesday 4th February 2015

If you think companies would like to know when they are on the midweek watchlist then feel free to contact their investor relations or even the CEO if you have their contact details and tell them to keep an eye on it.


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FEB




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15
JAN

A final 10 stocks to follow in 2015

Following on from the ‘Looking Forward into 2015’ blog, the writer highlighted five stocks impacted by news making the headlines today (and likely to continue to be of interest throughout the year):  the fall in the price of oil and UK housing. In particular, flagging that Bovis Homes and Telford Homes are expected to trade well in a benign interest rate environ, turnaround regional airline Flybe is set to benefit from lower fuel costs and Petrofac and Ithaca Energy should recover when the oil price stabilises.


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13
JAN

Bank of Georgia and GVC Holdings - Two to watch

Each of the following selections have been made on the basis that they fulfil the criteria of offering 'growth at reasonable price' (GARP), with an emphasis on immediate profits and a high dividend pay-out (attractive for the tax exempt vehicles, like the ISA), plus a strong balance sheet, track record of management success and a visible and understandable business model. Subject to wider market developments and valuation, a double digit total shareholder return (TSR) is anticipated in 2015 from the following: 
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2
JAN

Five stocks to follow in 2015

Following on from the 'Looking Forward into 2015' article, the writer was asked to provide five stocks which are likely to benefit from the anticipated economic climate or merit special attention in the coming year.


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29
DEC

A Look Forward into 2015

After making strong progress in calendar years 2012 and 2013, the UK equity market ignored consensus forecasts to consolidate in 2014 - by reference to the FTSE100, FTSE250 and FTSE All Share indices.


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7
DEC

UK Equity Commentary - Portfolio Reviewed

In response to requests for a portfolio of stock exchange investments - following the educational series of considering the merits and shortcomings of different asset types, and the subsequent review of different business activities – the writer constructed an indicative list of collective investments and company stocks on 10 September 2012.


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31
MAR

Budget 2014

Our latest 'Quick Poll' posed the question "How do you feel about the Budget?"


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