Today’s Investors Chronicle magazine leads with “FTSE350’s Super Fit Shares – Financially sound havens for your money”. Other headlines include “Where to go for secure income and the chance of a windfall”, “Stock Screen – Cash-rich comforters” and “Diversify with currency funds”
News and share tips this week include:
The News section has an article on the UK’s listed gaming companies which tells us that IC “remain buyers of William Hill and Ladbrokes but keep Betfair on a sell”. Bwin.Party (BPTY) are rated a Buy against a backdrop of dividends and a 75m Euro buy-back programme. BPTY were rated a “speculative buy” in the 18th August edition of Shares magazine. You might also be interested to read other Amateur Investor posts which mention BPTY.
Super Fit Shares
The “Super Fit Shares” article tells us to avoid Hampson Industries, Thomas Cook, Yell, Premier Foods and Enterprise Inns. While the same article tells us that Diageo, British American Tobacco, British Sky Broadcasting, GlaxoSmithKline and Unilever are “safer havens”
Tips Of The Week
First up in the Tips section this week is IMI (IMI) which are rated a buy on pages 24 and 25. A long-term timescale and medium risk rating are stated. Article stated share price – 844p
Next comes Punch Tavens (PUB) which are rated a sell on pages 25 and 26. Article stated share price – 10p
Buy Quadrise Fuels International (QFI) says the article on page 26. A current share price of 5.25p compared with Westinhouse Security target price of 12p could mean the share price heads that way in the coming months says the article.
Page 27 tells readers to buy Glanbia (GLB) while JPMorgan Private Equity (JPEL) is rated a buy on page 28.
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