FTSE 100: How much can you make on each stock this year?

We reveal the stocks set to make and lose you the most amount of money in 2017, based on analyst calculations
Thursday 09 Feb 2017 Author: Steven Frazer
The FTSE 100 index has increased by nearly 14% in value since the Brexit vote on 23 June 2016 and hit a record high in early January 2017 as it broke through the 7,200 level. Investors are understandably starting to ask if they should take profit in UK large caps. Our view is ‘no’; now is not the time to sell. Our research shows more than a third of...

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