UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 9 11 2007
is one of just four companies in the world with the know-how
to make Tetra, a mobile phone technology used widely by
the UK's armed forces and emergency services. It also licenses
intellectual property to Asian mobile phone makers - quite
successfully. Still some risk but much potential, reckons
the Mail on Sunday.
back-office outsourcing specialist floated in April this
year, rapidly making it into the FTSE250. So far it's on
course to meet its forecasts and revenues are up 17% over
the last nine months. Secure revenue streams and a discount
to its sector make it attractive - buy, says The Times.
week's figures revealed 4.5% sales growth in the last quarter
- despite a summer weather that put a dampener on ice cream
sales. It's not cheap but still sits at a discount to rivals
Proctor & Gamble, Nestle and Reckitt Benckiser. Buy,
says The Independent.
Pizza UK & IRL
announced this week that the rising price of mozzarella
- an essential pizza ingredient - meant that their franchisees
would all have to increase their prices in the near future.
Notwithstanding this, sales growth continues and the well-known
chain continues to open new branches. Buy on this week's
temporary weakness, suggests The Telegraph.
toy manufacturer has tripled in value over the last year
and while early investors may be tempted to take profits,
continued growth in and earnings from its licensed ranges
suggest that there may be some more upside left. Buy, says
Ones to Avoid
builder Taylor Wimpey's shares are down more than 55% over
the last six months and they have the dubious distinction
of being the worst performing company in their sector. Taylor's
insistence that they will still meet their target of 14%
operating margins seems puzzling, but it is probably best
not to stick around and find out. Avoid, says The Times.
group Johnson isn't doing well at present. Its debt burden
is greater than its market value and most of its businesses
are underperforming. Small wonder that its share price is
plummeting and that analysts have cut their forecasts for
the group. Sell, says The Telegraph.
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