This small cap fund manager has a great reputation, and Edmond Jackson believes asset growth boosts operational gearing prospects for the AIM-listed firm.
As diplomatic tensions between the UK and Russia deepen, Edmond Jackson explains why he believes it's a useful period to buy BP shares.
This share was a tiddler when Edmond Jackson backed it in 2014. It's up 960% since then but remains 'very well-placed to benefit' in a rapidly growing industry.
He's called this stock almost to perfection, selling in November to trouser a 95% profit, just months before the share price collapsed. Edmond Jackson tells us what he'd do now.
This refocused company trading on a low valuation multiple offers scope to re-rate, believes Edmond Jackson. It's also a possible bid target.
Down 35% in the past 12 months, Edmond Jackson reveals whether shares in this FTSE 100 giant are a bargain or to be avoided.
It's already been a great call for Edmond Jackson, but this company has a new CEO and there's still significant upside potential.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, Edmond Jackson reminds us, but this situation is indicative of how animal spirits remain strong in this market.
Perception is being jolted from a Goldilocks scenario of modest growth and monetary stimulus to the disruptive equivalent of Lady Gaga, writes Edmond Jackson.
This acquisitive AIM star has generated colossal returns for loyal shareholders, but Edmond Jackson wonders how long the music will last.
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