Weekend Newspaper Share Tips Sep27

Online Stock Trading - Weekend Newspaper Share Tips

September 27


Questor - Share Tips:
Buy Vodafone at 141.75p
Buy Songbird at 3.15p on news of further improvement - it owns the majority of the company running London's Canary Wharf, - after an enormous emergency cash call it is now debt-free - Hold the shares for now and be prepared to buy on news of further improvement.

Buy LSE - shares trade on 14.5 times earnings, cheaper than other exchanges at 18-19 times. Downside is limited due to the fact that if LSE does not deliver, it will soon be a T/O target.

Buy BAE Systems


Midas - Share Tips:

Buy Indigo Vision at 617.5p

Update: Buy Primary Health Properties new shares

Andy Brough of Schroders:

"I'm putting away the housebuilders for now"

Other comment:

Sainsbury to start voucher challenge to Tesco

Dash for cash might mean end of the rally


Share Tips
BUY S&U - West Midlands doorstep lender, they are worth a buy for the dividend alone,
Hold Group NBT, formerly NetBenefit, it is one of the dot-com survivors. Biggest business involves managing corporate domain names — buying, registering and renewing corporate web addresses.

Rumour of the day - Mobistar shares get a boost after France Telecoms chief says consolidation activity in Belgium, Switzerland and Portugal is possible

Bet of the day

Tuesday’s trading statement by M&S will test its ability to generate like-for-like sales growth of 4% or more. Its shares have risen from 280p in April to 367p. Cantor Index is offering a December contract-related spread of 367p-368.4p.

Tiddler to watch

Transense Technologies' unit Translogik has signed a deal with Goodyear to supply its tyre tread pressure and depth field inspection kit - to be launched in Q4 and across the rest of Europe next year. It is seen as proof of management’s transformation of the company. The share price rose 13% to 13p.


Investment - Share Tips
Buy M&C Saatchi's - pe ratio of 8 times 2009 is not demanding, and the company is well placed for when the recovery begins.


Asda fears it may lose Andy Bond to M&S

Microsoft to agree to settle dispute with EU Commission

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