magazine 30 Sep 2021
Change is coming: discover the big stocks being targeted by activist investors and how they could be transformed in the future.
Shares looks at the mounting energy crisis from several different angles in this issue while also unveiling the stocks which have seen the biggest earnings upgrades recently.
The digital magazine also features a look at a newly listed business shaking up property finance as well as the latest on Ford’s electric vehicle plans, a new vehicle looking to modernise old fashioned UK brands and the top performing US investment trusts.
This week’s investment ideas include a high-yielding fund and a property and construction company established in the 19th century.
Car maker is on a roll as it transitions to the new world of transport
While the problems and risks are intensifying, some stocks are still making waves
The small cap has suffered from falling revenue and a big increase in costs
What rising gas prices mean for the UK economy and potential winners in a winter of discontent
Castelnau will help names like Hornby to embrace the internet and hopefully generate at least 20% annual returns for investors
Rising inflation expectations suggest investors have lost confidence in the Bank of England
Housing-related stocks in runner-up spot, Spire gets the wooden spoon
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today
The second largest Latin American economy enjoys a big trade surplus with the US
Analysis of companies with shareholders that are pressing for change
Company’s differentiated and digitised offering has huge potential
Upside stateside: the investment trusts to help you tap into Uncle Sam’s best opportunities
This technical trading tool is useful for identifying when prices are trending or about to break out
Navigating the ESG minefield can be a challenge and you need to be pragmatic
Surging power prices may add to value challenge for solar and wind investors
Rival bid could yet emerge after offer price disappoints
A great record and it is branching out into UK mid caps and European stocks
Gaming technology firm hopes to mitigate component shortage issue
Clear targets and a capable management team make this stock a winner
The long-term prospects remain attractive