Poor old Sainsbury’s. Its share price is currently lower than at any time over the last 25 years and appears to be in free-fall. But how … [Read more...]
Cranswick’s low dividend yield implies a bright future, but is that likely?
Cranswick is one of the UK's leading food producers. It manufactures a wide range of premium fresh and cooked meat products, from pork chops … [Read more...]
Does Reckitt Benckiser’s 30% share price decline make it good value?
Reckitt Benckiser is one of the world’s leading fast moving consumer goods companies, selling familiar products like Dettol, Durex, Nurofen, … [Read more...]
Is it time to ditch Rolls-Royce after six difficult years?
Rolls-Royce shares are about 20% below where they were in 2013. That's very different to the previous six years (from 2007 to 2013) when … [Read more...]
Rightmove’s shares could be good value if you don’t care about dividends
Rightmove is an incredible business. In the 11 years since it listed on the stock exchange its: Revenues have gone up by more than 370%, … [Read more...]
What went wrong at Interserve?
Earlier this month, Interserve went into administration. Its shares have been rendered worthless and the company is now owned by its … [Read more...]
Buy Unilever. Sleep for 20 years. Wake up rich?
Unilever has produced amazing results for shareholders over many decades and especially in the last ten years. Its shares have more than … [Read more...]
BAE Systems has a decent dividend but is it good value?
BAE Systems is an obvious choice for defensive dividend investors. That's because: (1) BAE Systems is the UK's largest defence … [Read more...]
Is HSBC worthy of investment ten years after the financial crisis?
Thanks to the financial crisis of 2007-2009, I rarely review banks. That isn't because I think banks are intrinsically 'uninvestible'. … [Read more...]
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