Edmond Jackson

Stockwatch: Snap up this AIM recovery story

Stockwatch: Snap up this AIM recovery story

It may still need to convince the sceptics, but Edmond Jackson reckons the market is barely noticing this telecoms developer's canny industry positioning.

Stockwatch: A classic mature bull market play

Stockwatch: A classic mature bull market play

This AIM disruptor is typically bought in the belief it can "grow into its valuation". Edmond Jackson asks whether it can.

Stockwatch: A fruitful long-term investment

Stockwatch: A fruitful long-term investment

The investment rationale with this pensions specialist is speculative, admits Edmond Jackson, but it's a business that's going places.

Stockwatch: A 4% yield and upside potential

Stockwatch: A 4% yield and upside potential

Barring a consumer slump, this is a robust business with yield support. Edmond Jackson reckons there's further potential upside as progress forces closure of short positions.

Stockwatch: A classic 'recovery to growth' play

Stockwatch: A classic 'recovery to growth' play

As a study in recovery-to-growth initiatives, the risk/reward profile for this share favours the upside, argues Edmond Jackson.

Stockwatch: A high-quality Woodford holding

Stockwatch: A high-quality Woodford holding

This is not a stock to excite traders, yet is attractive as a long-term investment for income and capital growth, argues Edmond Jackson. Neil Woodford agrees.

Stockwatch: A 7.4% yield worth the risk?

Stockwatch: A 7.4% yield worth the risk?

It is by no means straightforward, but at current prices this stock's risk/reward profile is already long-term attractive, argues Edmond Jackson.

Stockwatch: A tuck-away AIM growth play

Stockwatch: A tuck-away AIM growth play

This stock, up 425% in just one year, may be the next ARM Holdings. This means it should be treated as a tuck-away, says Edmond Jackson.

Stockwatch: Reinforcing the case for equities

Stockwatch: Reinforcing the case for equities

Sideways volatility should continue amid a stale story for equities, says Edmond Jackson. Be steeled for more down-days and keep buying on the dips.

Stockwatch: Is this a coiled spring or a falling knife?

Stockwatch: Is this a coiled spring or a falling knife?

It's likely private investors are eyeing this mid cap up but sitting on their hands for now. This could be of interest to vigilant traders, says Edmond Jackson.

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