Harry joined us in 2019 to lead our Editorial Team. Drawing on more than a decade writing, editing and managing high-profile content for blue chip companies, Harry’s considerable experience in the finance sector encompasses work for high street and investment banks, insurance companies and trading platforms.
Latest Articles by Harry Atkins
Speculation and Emotion Oftentimes Trump Common Sense in Stock Market Trading! Making the right investment decision in the stock market is difficult at the best of times. We are taught from the get-go that if the fundamentals of a stock are sound, and there is upward growth potential, then that stock is for all intents and purposes a safe...
A property investment, post-Brexit, might seem to push back potential investors. But for people who have the quid to spend and the right game plan, a buy-to-let investment can be a lucrative way to monetise your property. With younger people putting off buying houses and the critical shortage of homes to rent, buying property can be a goo...
Tesla shares fell again Tuesday as a Fund Manager called it a 'hope stock'.
Appointment to be part of company’s £1bn digital transformation plan
Group reveals 0.8% drop in like-for-like sales
Is the builder's stock going up, down or sideways in the view of Fat Prophets' experts?
Investing in forestry warrants serious consideration. Historically attractive long-run returns relative to other investment classes, low volatility and high correlation with inflation, make a forestry investment a good inflationary hedge. Investing in forestry can help to bring balance and stability to an investment portfolio otherwise bi...
Among the myriad alternative investment products which have come to prominence since the onset of the global financial crisis made dangerous terrain of the traditional stocks and bonds markets, with everything from rare earth minerals to carbon credits getting a run, are wine investments. But not just any old quaffable red – fine wines, t...
Is This Company a Fraud? Share price down by 40%. Thousands of Frozen UK Accounts.
Revenue of LON:BOO grew 27% to £140m and PBT grew 3% to £11m. UK revenue up 33% to £94m, Rest of Europe up 39% to £18m, and Rest of world up 7% to £27m. Active customers up 29% to 3m, orders up 36% to 5.8m, and average order value down 4% to £35.28.
The trailing PBT is ~£71m (ex-IPO costs) against the current market cap of £730m for a PBT multiple of 11.4x. Trailing pre-tax ROE was 28% against a P/B multiple of 3x.
The current market cap is £850m against £56m of PBT(ex-IPO costs), a multiple of 15x. The current P/B multiple is 2.2x against a 14% pre-tax ROE.
Challenger banks stand ready to shake up the UK banking industry. Find out how you can profit from this trend and which of the "challengers" you should avoid.
As the pension reforms come into effect from April 6th it’s estimated that around 16% of people aged 55 and over, who will be subject to the changes, are planning to use a lump sum from their savings to make a buy-to-let investment
Takeover talks spur challenger bank and broadcaster while poor results posted hurts grocer
Economic growth expectations for the city drive asset purchases
Currency Developments Especially Favourable for Expats in Europe, Gulf, Far East
Market Developments May Indicate an Emerging Bullish Trend
Accendo Markets - Morning Editorial - 20 May 2014