Stockwatch: What to do with this bombed-out blue chip

Stockwatch: What to do with this bombed-out blue chip

Down 35% in the past 12 months, Edmond Jackson reveals whether shares in this FTSE 100 giant are a bargain or to be avoided.


A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, Edmond Jackson reminds us, but this situation is indicative of how animal spirits remain strong in this market.


This acquisitive AIM star has generated colossal returns for loyal shareholders, but Edmond Jackson wonders how long the music will last.


Shares in this high-yielding AIM company have doubled since he tipped them less than a year ago. Now, Edmond Jackson is locking in profits.


Shares in online retailer have just plunged by a quarter and the CEO cashed in. Is this a signal to sell, asks Edmond Jackson.


This AIM disruptor is typically bought in the belief it can "grow into its valuation". Edmond Jackson asks whether it can.


This stock, up 425% in just one year, may be the next ARM Holdings. This means it should be treated as a tuck-away, says Edmond Jackson.


The conclusion Edmond Jackson has come to regarding this winning FTSE 250 stock is "sell" and wait until it becomes an income share.


WORLDPAY (LSE:WPG) Fairly understandably - given their 27% day, we were pelted with emails asking how far up the food chain Worldpay could be expected to clamber. The answer was more uncomfortable than we'd prefer as, try as we might, our software refused to give a sane answer!


It will have to prove it doesn't have an FX blind spot, but Edmond Jackson reckons this online retailer could transform the industry. As some lock in gains post-Brexit, can it re-inspire buyers?


Shell is up almost a third since January, but its 7% dividend yield may not be secure, argues Edmond Jackson.


As a corporate development story, this has been a good one, but after shooting the lights out recently, Edmond Jackson worries that the good times are over.


This share has prospered in a low interest rate environment, but what happens when borrowing costs rise? Our resident stockpicker explains.


It's had a cracking run lasting a number of years, but the valuation is looking spicy and the shares could struggle in choppy markets.


Management is hugely positive and the business is throwing off cash. It is quite the ideal stock for the current environment, says our resident stockpicker.


It's been a stunning performer during its first year as a listed company, and our resident stockpicker thinks this share will prosper for years to come.


Increasing exposure to this share for the medium term makes sense, given strong fundamentals. But watch the chart like a hawk for signs of exhaustion.


This stock has doubled since our resident stockpicker highlighted its virtues, but despite a failed placing, there's little to worry about here.


This business is able to return meaningful amounts to shareholders while also investing for growth. But is it overvalued, or is its share price momentum signalling further upside?


JIMMY CHOO  (LSE:CHOO)  starts our week researching companies with odd sounding names. Currently, the price must be viewed as heading to 151 where hopefully a bounce is encountered. It seems to be a relatively new listing and given the trend since it commenced, the 151p thing even makes visual sense. Secondary, if the 150 level breaks, is at 140p.


Taking his lead from canny directors, our resident stockpicker has identified a share with further upside potential ahead of Eurozone QE.