Posts in LSE:GAW

Why I'm selling shares in my 'forever holding'

Why I'm selling shares in my 'forever holding'

Share Sleuth Richard Beddard thinks customers of his favourite share may have gorged themselves and, as a result, profits could stall.

Profit from volatility with these 10 cheap growth shares

Profit from volatility with these 10 cheap growth shares

Taking a leaf out of top fund manager Mark Slater's book, Stockopedia's Ben Hobson finds 10 growth shares at reasonable prices.

Games Workshop profits tracking 'slightly above' expectations

Games Workshop said profits for the current financial year were slightly above expectations, given good sale growth trends and the higher operations gearing of the business.

Games Workshop also declared a dividend of 35p per share, payable on 23 March.

At 1:50pm: (LON:GAW) Games Workshop Group PLC share price was -37.5p at 2232.5p

Eight funds and trusts for small-cap investors

Eight funds and trusts for small-cap investors

With smaller companies outperforming large-caps over the long term, analyst Dzmitry Lipski finds the funds and trusts worth considering.

Director Deals - Games Workshop Group PLC (GAW)

Kevin Rountree, Chief Executive Officer, has re-invested 337 shares in the company on the 26th January 2018 at a price of 2474.25p. The Director now holds 28,421 shares.

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13 shares for the future

13 shares for the future

There are plenty of shares screaming 'buy', according to companies analyst Richard Beddard, and one that looks "very, very cheap".

A 9% yield and other top income stocks for 2018

A 9% yield and other top income stocks for 2018

It's not easy finding high yields outside the blue-chips that are safe and reliable, but one expert tells Graeme Evans they've found lots.

One three-bagger and one turnaround stock I’d buy in 2018

Fantasy figure retailer Games Workshop Group (LSE:GAW) has been one of the most exciting UK small-caps lately, its share price up 263% in the past 12 months. Over three years, it has grown a whopping 438%. However, it is down around 2% today, following the publication of its half-yearly results for the six months to 26 November.

Games Workshop divi up after record H1

Games Workshop's operating and pre-tax profits rose to £38.8m in the six months to 26 Nov - up from £13.8m a year ago.

Revenues increased to £108.9m from £70.9m and operating profit pre-royalties receivable rose to £34.6m from £10.5m.

Basic earnings per share rose to 97.6p from 34.0p and the the group declared a dividend of 61p - up from 25p last time.

Chief executive Kevin Rountree said: '"Our business and our Warhammer Hobby are in great shape.

'We are pleased to report record sales and profit levels in the period.

What next for shareholders of this year’s small-cap stars?

With huge gains achieved over the last 12 months, holders of fantasy figure retailer Games Workshop (LSE:GAW) and drinks supplier Conviviality (LSE:CVR) can be forgiven for never wanting 2017 to end. Let's look at why these stocks have performed so well and speculate on whether this positive momentum can continue in 2018.

Massive gains

Back in January, stock in Nottingham-based Games Workshop traded at 730p. Fast-forward to December and the very same shares change hands for almost 250% more.