UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations to week ending 13 4 2007
an attempt to profit from the larger oil companies' leftovers,
Dominion Petroleum has been acquiring exploration licenses
in Tanzania, an area worked by Shell in the 1980s. Its recent
acquisition of a 10 million acre offshore block has confirmed
its rising star status, and although the risk is substantial,
Dominion currently offers a cheap entry route into this
exciting sector. Buy, says The Times.
of HaiKe's earnings come from refining crude oil into petrol
and diesel for the Chinese market. With a seemingly insatiable
domestic market and an expected change in regulations which
will allow it to raise prices, the future looks good for
the AIM-listed group. Buy now, at only seven times earnings,
and tuck them away, reckons The Independent.
jet broker Air Partner is flying high at present, with a
raft of wealthy people including businessmen, celebrities
and the royal family all anxious to avoid the delays of
travelling on commercial airliners.
its shares are already pricey, The Telegraph believes they
may have a little further to go – at least in the
short term. Buy.
school supplier and home shopping group continues to expand,
with new acquisitions paving the way for entry to the independent
school and healthcare sectors. With strong prospects and
a modest price of 13 times earnings, Findel looks a good
buy at present, says The Independent.
Pharma are a pharmaceutical company specialising in dermatology,
and they believe they may now have a true winner on their
hands with Abasol, a revolutionary new "root cause"
treatment for fungal skin conditions like Athlete's Foot.
Most analysts currently believe the company is undervalued
and that Abasol should lead York Pharma into profit. Buy,
says The Mail.
care home operator has an unusual business model –
winning contracts to operate care homes without taking ownership
of them. With expansion continuing steadily and most of
its customers coming from the safe local authority sector,
prospects of continued growth look good for SC. Buy, says
To Let Go
alone in a consolidated marketplace, parcel company Business
Post are still optimistic about their UK Mail operation,
which currently has around 5 per cent of the market. With
their shares currently trading at 24 times earnings, however,
this doesn't seem enough to be worth the risk. Avoid, says
steel frame constructor has a host of big-name property
developments to its name – including Aintree's new
grandstands and Heathrow Terminal 5. While prospects continue
to look good for the company, its stock has risen tenfold
in value in the last four years, and The Independent believes
the time is ripe to take profits.
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