It's regularly touted as a recovery play, but Edmond Jackson thinks that cost-cutting by the new boss could unlock 18% capital upside and 6% yield.
Iconic range cooker manufacturer AGA expresses "an air of optimism for 2013" - is this realistic, or a sop to shareholders?
With bearish market opinion conflicting with bullish brokers targeting a 50% share price uplift, is this mis-match worth exploiting? And how does Stobart's £25 million retail bond offer fit in?
Industrial conveyor belts manufacturer Fenner's impressive preliminary results suggest it could be a prime recovery share.
Shares in Home Retail have risen in recent months, but market sentiment remains divided between greed and fear.
Marketing services group St Ives has declared impressive headline results and looks primed to re-rate if it can prove its new strategy is working, says Edmond Jackson.
Liontrust Asset Management has an improving profile of growth in assets and talent, so if markets plunge in the months ahead it could present a buying opportunity.
Market research firm Cello Group's first-half performance suggests its strategy of targeting the pharmaceuticals industry is paying off, says Edmond Jackson.
International electronics distribution group Premier Farnell is a useful share to watch for further upside if global demand continues to firm, and for income, says Edmond Jackson.
If the beefed-up management can stay relatively free of upsets and expand Superdry abroad, there is further upside for fashion retailer Supergroup, says Edmond Jackson.
The stockmarket rates Chime Communications cautiously, so if its new strategy continues to prove itself there is scope for a higher rating, says Edmond Jackson.
There is a long-term rationale for watching AGA Rangemaster, says Edmond Jackson, because a takeover may result from the likelihood the shares will remain out of favour.
While shares in Bodycote have performed well since the New Year, lingering questions over their cyclicality make them volatile, says stockpicker Edmond Jackson.