Wednesday, August 17

Todays Newspaper Tips

Online Stock Trading - Newspaper Stock Picks

Updated IC Tips here -> Weekend share tips

Financial Times
Ji Sung Park a proper no-nonsense footballer 
Manchester United plans to raise up to $1 bn via a partial flotation in Singapore.

Evolution Group shares jumped 9% yesterday on confirmation by Canaccord Financial that it was considering an approach

The Lex Column

Statoil's latest find will benefit international investors as Norwegians will rely on Statoil to produce even more oil.

The economic growth that was designed to relieve the pain of fiscal adjustment has all but vanished throughout the developed world.

The Independent

Investment Share Tips
Sell Resolution at 268p
Buy John Menzies at 505.5pexpect further growth as industry rebounds strongly - plus at 7x forwards earnings it looks cheap

Buy Highland Gold Mining at 175p - strong balance sheet and previously stated desire for acquisitions, ahead of half-year results next month it seems a steady prospect.

A strange spike down in the charts but now back above the 20 day moving average and the possibility of a golden cross forming (50 day crossing over the 200 day on the way up) - so could be interesting times ahead [Ed the Talking Horse]

Tips from Tuesday
Hold Michael Page at 368p
Buy RSA Insurance at 117.5p
Buy RPC at 330.5p

The Daily Telegraph

In recent months a number of companies, from Prada to Samsonite have chosen to float in Hong Kong rather than London.

The North Sea oil spill may have been reduced to a trickle, but Shell's reputation has already been damaged.

Daily Mail
Anyone hoping the Paris summit would lead to the end of the European debt crisis will be sorely disappointed. Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel have gone for political rather than market solutions.

Motley Fool - 3 companies with dividends rated 'A'

Wm Morrison - (MRW) - fund manager Neil Woodford says “the company remains poised to deliver considerable dividend growth in future years.”

G4S (GFS)

Carillion (CLLN)
**
Video forecast for this trading week from the 'stock trading master' - stocks further down or back up ?