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Broker Forecast - finnCap issues a broker note on Tristel PLC

finnCap today reaffirms its corporate investment rating on Tristel PLC (LON:TSTL) and raised its price target to 225p (from 195p).

Two smoking small-cap stocks I’ve added to my watchlist

The share prices of small caps Tristel (LSE:TSTL) and Marlowe (LSE:MRL) have seen stellar rises of late -- up 21% and 33% respectively over the last three months. Here's why I've added both to my watchlist.

Overseas growth

£91m cap Tristel is a manufacturer of infection control, contamination control and hygiene products. Based on today's encouraging trading update, I'm confident it won't remain a market minnow for much longer.

Tristel says pre-tax profit beat market expectations

Tristel announced both turnover and pre-tax profit are ahead of market expectations in the year to 30 June 2017.

Tristel will record turnover in excess of £20 million (2016: £17.1 million) and pre-tax profit (before share-based payments) of at least £4 million (2016: £3.3 million).

In the second half, revenue from overseas markets contributed 50% of the group total compared to 43% in the first half, and for the full year overseas revenue represented 47% of Group revenue - a record level.

Tristel continued to generate significant levels of cash and at 30 June 2017 cas

Top ranked shares for the future

Top ranked shares for the future

After upgrading his decision engine, companies analyst Richard Beddard thinks he's got to the heart of investing and the reasons we so often make mistakes.

Broker Forecast - finnCap issues a broker note on Tristel PLC

finnCap today reaffirms its corporate investment rating on Tristel PLC (LON:TSTL) and raised its price target to 195p (from 165p).

Fund manager's favourite small-cap pharma shares

Fund manager's favourite small-cap pharma shares

If you're looking for capital growth, don't bother with big pharma, argues fund manager Paul Mumford. He tells Lee Wild where investors should look.

2 small-cap stocks growing at ASOS-like speed

It's likely that most UK investors are aware of just how successful ASOS has been in the last decade. Indeed, the online clothing champion is forecast to generate sales of £1,922m this year, an incredible rise from the mere £43m sales the company saw 10 years ago.

Given that 10 years ago ASOS shares could be bought for 122p, I have no doubt there are some very happy, and wealthy, long-term shareholders out there. The shares change hands for 6,000p today, meaning that £5,000 invested a decade ago would be worth an unbelievable £245,900 today.

Tips on how to avoid the duds and spot winning shares on AIM

Tips on how to avoid the duds and spot winning shares on AIM

David Budworth navigates the AIMmarket to assess the risks and opportunities for investors in search of capital growth and more.

New share added to this outperforming portfolio

New share added to this outperforming portfolio

After much pontification, companies analyst Richard Beddard has a new addition to his portfolio, but what's he bought and which share did he sell to pay for it?

Tristel trading in-line

Tristel has confirmed that its expectations for the Company's full year performance remain consistent with its statement dated 23 February 2017.

In addition, the Company announced that certain directors intend to sell up to 3,329,371 ordinary shares (representing approximately 7.84% of the issued share capital) at 175p, which it said was to satisfy market demand and broaden the institutional shareholder base.

At 2:23pm: (LON:TSTL) Tristel PLC share price was -8.5p at 185.5p