Edmond Jackson

Stockwatch: Why a "risk-on" strategy will prevail - for now

Stockwatch: Why a "risk-on" strategy will prevail - for now

Stay with your existing portfolio, advises Edmond Jackson, but ensure some cash - you just can't predict when a shift to "risk-off" will happen.

Stockwatch: Time to ditch this growth favourite?

Stockwatch: Time to ditch this growth favourite?

The conclusion Edmond Jackson has come to regarding this winning FTSE 250 stock is "sell" and wait until it becomes an income share.

Stockwatch: This share stays on the 'buy' list

Stockwatch: This share stays on the 'buy' list

Despite a stunning 12 months, Edmond Jackson believes momentum traders can "average up" into this well-positioned company.

Stockwatch: A quality AIM share to buy on the dips

Stockwatch: A quality AIM share to buy on the dips

He's already made a 58% profit on this AIM-listed company, but Edmond Jackson still likes growth prosepcts and a well-covered 4% yield.

Stockwatch: What now for this winner?

Stockwatch: What now for this winner?

This share is up 50% since he called it an alluring 'speculative buy', and Edmond Jackson believes some cyclicals may still be rated too cheaply.

Stockwatch: An AIM share with 80% upside potential

Stockwatch: An AIM share with 80% upside potential

There's massive longer-term potential here as operational gearing kicks in, argues Edmond Jackson.

Stockwatch: An AIM stock to benefit from Brexit

Stockwatch: Is this AIM stock set to benefit from Brexit?

As a company able to benefit from a Brexit scenario, this luxury goods maker merits renewed attention and long-term buying interest, says Edmond Jackson.

Stockwatch: An interesting AIM bid prospect

Stockwatch: An interesting AIM bid prospect

As a long-term speculative play, it looks likely this AIM-listed firm will end up as part of a larger group, according to Edmond Jackson.   

Stockwatch: Steely patience and steady accumulation required here

Stockwatch: Steely patience and steady accumulation required here

At least two googlies in short order is not cricket, moans Edmond Jackson, but this share already prices in plenty of disappointment.

An ETF to hedge against a dysfunctional British Establishment

An ETF to hedge against a dysfunctional British Establishment

While the FTSE 100 has served as a useful way to hedge UK-specific risks since the Brexit vote, a change of tack is now needed, argues Edmond Jackson.

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