David Brenchley

Optibiotix discusses 'critical' couple of years

Optibiotix discusses 'critical' couple of years

The next 24-36 months will be crucial for this life sciences minnow, as it nears product commercialisation, its boss tells David Brenchley.

11 shares to beat record-breaking FTSE 250

11 shares to beat record-breaking FTSE 250

This portfolio has smashed the mid-cap index since inception in December, writes David Brenchley, and new shares are already making an impact.

Lok'nStore tipped to eliminate big discount to peers

Lok'nStore tipped to eliminate big discount to peers

Healthy cash generation and a 'robust' balance sheet is helping Lok'nStore grow as shareholders sit on big gains, writes David Brenchley.

The week ahead: Lloyds Bank, Barclays, Standard Chartered

The week ahead: Lloyds Bank, Barclays, Standard Chartered

It's a bumper week for banks who report first-quarter results, but what are their prospects?

42 ways you could have doubled your money in 2017

42 ways you could have doubled your money in 2017

The FTSE 100 may be in negative territory for 2017, but higher-risk investors could have made a killing this year. David Brenchley reveals how.

Boom time at M&S?

Boom time at M&S?

After trading sideways since the EU referendum, M&S shares have just taken off and hit a 10-month high. David Brenchley explains why.

Resurgent Man Group teed up for further rally

Resurgent Man Group teed up for further rally

Man Group reported stunning first-quarter numbers, smashing expectations. David Brenchley finds how the stock can make a new high after a testing two years.

Burberry 'blip' fails to dampen bulls

Burberry 'blip' fails to dampen bulls

Despite weaker-than-expected second-half numbers, Burberry is being tipped to resume its incredible run of form, writes David Brenchley.

Up 652% since IPO, Blue Prism sets out plans for "global domination"

Up 652% since IPO, Blue Prism sets out plans for "global domination"

The robotic software provider upped expectations for revenues once again and continues at record high share price levels. David Brenchley speaks to its CEO to get the lowdown.

Why Shell was kicked out of this top-performing portfolio

Potential "money making machine" kicks Shell out of this top-performing portfoli

This portfolio has returned 275% since 2010; David Brenchley finds out which potential "money-making machine" has more upside than Shell.

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