Stockwatch: This 6% yield could get even better

Stockwatch: This 6% yield could get even better

As diplomatic tensions between the UK and Russia deepen, Edmond Jackson explains why he believes it's a useful period to buy BP shares.


Prioritising dividends and security is music to an institutional investor's ears, writes Edmond Jackson. Retail investors will love this income generator, too.


If business development and profits continue to evolve then this share offers a generous yield which bakes in capital upside, argues Edmond Jackson.


While profit growth is unspectacular, there's both a potential catalyst for share price upside and opportunity to lock in a very attractive yield, argues Edmond Jackson.


Barring a consumer slump, this is a robust business with yield support. Edmond Jackson reckons there's further potential upside as progress forces closure of short positions.


This is not a stock to excite traders, yet is attractive as a long-term investment for income and capital growth, argues Edmond Jackson. Neil Woodford agrees.


A slump at this £800m operator has triggered a switch in status to income play, argues Edmond Jackson. Directors are already buying.


Already a successful share tip, Edmond Jackson believes this recovery-to-growth play continues to tempt with special dividends.


A big sale radically transforms Edmond Jackson's successful share tip, but it remains attractive for sound income with strong asset-backing.


A 6% yield rewards long-term buyers, including management. Edmond Jackson thinks upcoming results could also provide further scope for upside.


Backing this share has been a smart move, but Edmond Jackson now asks whether there might be richer pickings elsewhere in the sector.


After losing over 40% of its value, this mid-cap is moving towards a useful inflection point and income stock status, argues Edmond Jackson.


Attractive income credentials have boosted this share's market value, but it still yields 5%. Edmond Jackson thinks results in the spring could provide another nudge higher.


We are late in the property cycle, but some stocks are still trading at a discount to net asset value, with tasty yields to boot, explains Edmond Jackson.


This group has underperformed its peers, but stronger earnings power will drive capital upside, says Edmond Jackson. Investors can access a high yield in an established business - a rare thing.


This firm offers good quality income and Neil Woodford is a shareholder. Currently yielding 7%, it won't take much for the stock to rise, says Edmond Jackson.


Financially refuelling before Brexit fears return to the sector, Edmond Jackson thinks this is another buying opportunity for dependable yield and capital protection.


This is the kind of stock to buy when sentiment runs against it, argues Edmond Jackson. It should sustain a long-term high pay-out policy, hence is one for income seekers.


This high-yielding share is good enough for Neil Woodford and big institutions, and the chart is interesting too. Edmond Jackson is a buyer on weakness.


It's a serious dividend growth play, is loved by high-profile investors, carries less cyclical risk, is almost Brexit-proof and directors are buying. Edmond Jackson likes it too.


This share has doubled since we first tipped them. Dividends have piled up, too, but Edmond Jackson thinks there could be much more to come.