Lee Wild

Carpetright rally meets sticky end

Carpetright rally meets sticky end

Admitting it didn't make as much last year as many thought, Carpetright shares have plunged. Lee Wild analyses the chances of a swift recovery.

French inject UK equities with va-va-voom

French inject UK equities with va-va-voom

With the French far-right now even less likely to force a break-up of the EU, Lee Wild assesses market reaction and what happens next.

Insider: A little-known AIM share worth watching

Insider: A little-known AIM share worth watching

There's strong momentum at this £80 million growth play and bosses keep buying, writes Lee Wild. But is selling at a recent favourite cause for concern?

Here's what the UK election could mean for share prices

Here's what the UK election could mean for share prices

Seven weeks today we'll be voting in a snap general election. Lee Wild discusses what might happen to stockmarkets up to June and beyond.

Excitement brewing at AIM star Thalassa

Excitement brewing at AIM star Thalassa

After shooting the lights out three months ago, things are happening again at AIM tiddler Thalassa, which could fly again, we're told. Lee Wild explains.

Why Lloyds Bank will not outperform ahead of snap election

Why Lloyds Bank will not outperform ahead of snap election

Just a week before Lloyds Bank publishes first-quarter results, we reveal what to expect on 27 April. There's reason to trim the price target too. Lee Wild explains why.

UK election shock smashes FTSE 100

UK election shock smashes FTSE 100

In just over seven weeks' time, Britons will go to the polls in what is billed as a second referendum on Brexit. Lee Wild reports market reaction and what comes next.

Insider: A £31m seller and a trader's 'buy'

Insider: A £31m seller and a trader's 'buy'

This founder has made a mind-blowing extra £10m by not panic selling, while Lee Wild has spied another chief making a huge bet on his trading business.

How our winter portfolio rocketed 24% in five months

How our winter portfolio rocketed 24% in five months

This year's winter portfolios have defied the odds, and one has completely outclassed the wider stockmarket. Lee Wild reveals how.

Neil Woodford brushes off Allied Minds crash

Neil Woodford brushes off Allied Minds crash

His investment in an American tech firm may have gone spectacularly wrong, but star fund manager Neil Woodford is unconcerned. Lee Wild reports.

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