Regulatory issues could be great news for this near-£1 billion UK firm, argues Edmond Jackson. There's a good chance pro investors could chase the stock to tech-boom highs.
Edmond Jackson has a soft spot for this successful share tip. A new boss joins soon, which refreshes the story here and tees the stock up for another run at a record high.
This AIM share still has to reap the benefits of recent acquisitions, but Edmond Jackson thinks now is the time to take advantage of its good cash profile and modest rating.
There's a chart break-out here and the weak pound makes it an attractive takeover target. Take a multi-year view and tuck this AIM stock away, says Edmond Jackson.
After a decent set of interims, this defensive AIM share is set to deliver its 20th consecutive year of dividend growth. Edmond Jackson thinks it's a top pick for IHT-minded portfolios.
Sector multiples are typically lofty, but earnings should grow fast and this high risk/reward punt looks 'outstandingly cheap', according to Edmond Jackson.
Even after strong and promising results, this AIM stock looks cheap. Edmond Jackson thinks it could be the new ARM Holdings and that now is the time to accumulate.
With an excellent set of results in the bag and poised to benefit from Brexit, Edmond Jackson can't see this litigation firm slipping up.
This mid-cap success story has further to run and, unless M&A is around the corner, Edmond Jackson reckons larger shareholder returns are likely.
It's cheap, a useful hedge for sterling-based investors, and a possible takeover target. This sector should also buck the wider stagnant economy, reckons Edmond Jackson.
The takeover rumour mill is not all 'just talk' right now. Big deals are being done and Edmond Jackson likes this potential target enough to buy the dips.
This fast-growing AIM tech company is unlikely to get priced much cheaper, and could thrive in a recession. Worth tucking away, says Edmond Jackson.
Experts are backing this mid-cap, among them Edmond Jackson, who thinks the shares still look good for patient investors. Upgrades now imply at least 20% upside.
Exciting it ain't, but this share has still doubled in value since our resident stockpicker first backed it. Results show genuine progress and prospects which should drive strong growth.
On the stockmarket fringe, this company's financial record is immature, but directors keep buying shares, which makes them a potential speculative tuck-away.
It's under new management, and if this company augments its growth then another special dividend is a genuine possibility; the icing on the cake.
This long-term capital growth play looks like an attractive business at a fair price. It certainly merits attention ahead of a trading update next month.
This share might not thrill, but it is relatively dependable and is attracting a lot institutional buyers. It's got a tasty yield too.
Judging this sector is no mean feat, but this company has paid back millions in special dividends and the shares look good value.
In a long-term context this share has the wherewithal to prosper from British baby-boomers. High operational gearing and summertime volatility could be useful to buyers.
With plenty of cash and no debt there's scope to raise returns to shareholders and potential to squeeze long-term upside at this stock.