In February, the group issued a profits warning, after a crackdown on flavoured vaping products in the US stymied efforts to move away from traditional cigarettes. Schroders British Opportunities Trust will help UK firms to grow and produce strong returns for investorsBy Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 16:51 EST, 14 November 2020 | Updated: 16:51 EST, 14 November 2020 The British stock market has underperformed almost every other market in the Western world … This software developer's foray into the wearable device market could prove fruitful if take-up from fitness fanatics is good. Follow our experts and find out how and why they would invest £1,000 in the New Year, MIDAS UPDATE: How our share tips for 2020 have raced ahead of the market, I'll save cash in 2021 - by shopping the old fashioned way: Our team of money experts reveal their New Year's resolutions, From getting the best deal for your savings to slashing the cost of your mortgage: Ten simple ways to get richer in 2021, HAMISH MCRAE: How will financial markets cope with 2021? Yet chief executive Alexander Frolov seems determined to keep up dividend payments, confirming a 20c (15.2p) a share interim payout and suggesting Evraz remains confident about its prospects. The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column recommended shares in the publisher of the Harry Potter saga, Bloomsbury, to its readers, predicting that the stock was headed higher. Mail on Sunday (Midas share tips update): SALE Gear4Music partially. Centrica and Direct Line have since been kicked out of the FTSE 100, five more have cancelled or cut dividend payouts and Evraz is expected to deliver a reduced dividend this year. Midas reassesses the portfolio on a regular basis, removing stocks that are no longer top yielders and replacing them with those that are, to the same value. 4 Dec 2020. MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Silicon chip cleaner is in a position to grow but the shares are for adventurous investors. For followers of the Dogs – and any other investors in high-yielding shares – there is one key question: are these dividends affordable? We restarted the portfolio in March 2012, investing a nominal £10,000. Registered in England no. The Dogs are struggling but they are still ahead – and still paying higher dividends than the rest of the index. MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Markets are down by a third but hold on to these stocks... their price could come bowling back. MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Lockdown is music to ears of investors who bought into instrument retailer Gear4Music By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 16:52 EST, 19 December 2020 | Updated: 05:47 EST, 20 December 2020 Striking a chord: Guitar sales have soared as people stay at home While bookworms curl up with the latest bestseller to fend off lockdown ennui, … Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Consider a long-haul trip with these wheeler dealers, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Online printing firm looks good on paper, as it's good with paper, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Software firm's plans are 'fit' for risky investors, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Tech firm showing the right app-titude for dementia carers, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Shares success for online marketing experts is just a Google search away, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Opportunistic feeder fund zones in on untapped potential, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Mining firm has the key to untapped potential - and wealth, MIDAS EXTRA SHARE TIPS: Liquified gas importer's project plan could have good mileage. Steelmaker Evraz, where Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich owns a 27 per cent stake, is also suffering from the tough coronavirus-induced environment. This week, an entrepreneur's pre-Christmas stock sale could hint at better things to come for this exploration firm. JEFF PRESTRIDGE: A Brexit deal at last... now let's focus on the UK's growth, ALEX SEBASTIAN: After a slow start to 2021 the global economy and the UK should be off to the races in the spring - but the danger of inflation lurks. How to invest through a crisis like coronavirus and protect your money? Perhaps not surprisingly then, the Dogs portfolio looks rather different today. The Rizla maker has had a particularly rough time. Are 'cheap' bank shares an opportunity to profit or a value trap? While directors are forbidden from trading on inside information, their share sales and purchases can provide interesting clues for the canny investor. However, this is not a stock for the faint of heart. 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The average yield for all 100 companies remains above 4 per cent – comfortably ahead of savings rates – and a few stocks are offering double-digit yields. MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Don't stockpile toilet rolls - buy shares in them through Lancashire-based Accrol Group instead; ... Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & … Last month, chief executive Jack Bowles announced growth in revenue and profits for the first half of the year and said total dividends for 2020 would amount to 210.4p, slightly up from 2019. By Joanne Hart for The Mail on Sunday. This year we saved more than ever before but rates hit record lows: Will there be ANY respite for rate-starved savers in 2021? MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Lockdown is music that investors who have purchased the musical instrument retailer Gear4Music can hear. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. MIDAS EXTRA DIRECTORS' DEALS: Who's buying and who's selling on the Alternative Investment Market? The British Airways computer glitch last week was horrendous for thousands of passengers – leaving them stranded, delayed and fuming. Questor: bank shares have been terrible for income investors – so buy their bonds instead Questor share tip: dividends have dried up and share prices have halved. By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday. However, analysts have been wrongfooted by Evraz in the past, expecting a savage cut in the dividend, only to find that Frolov keeps on paying out. Questor share tips: if you make Covid treatments or tests, your shares have dived; if you make vaccine phials, things are looking brighter By Richard Evans 25 Nov 2020, 6:00am. Here are the tips from The Sunday Telegraph plus midweek tips from Shares and the national newspapers. Both have been hit by the pandemic but seem committed to robust dividend payments. 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Three months later, Imperial duly announced a 20 per cent slide in operating profits and a 30 per cent cut in the dividend, implying a total 2020 payout of 138p a share. This feeder fund is a conduit to a hedge fund that over the past two decades has achieved outstanding levels of success, taking a chance on opportunities that others turn their nose up at and making huge profits....read. MIDAS SHARE TIPS: The Dogs of the Footsie 2020 - as dividends go up in smoke here's how you CAN still find income. TONY HETHERINGTON investigates, New Year investment buys: Here's where our team plans to put its money in 2021, 'Dying local high streets will soon be buzzing... 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They might be giants: Do US smaller companies still offer rich pickings? New chief executive Bernard Looney recognised that he could not cope with a persistently low oil price, invest fortunes in clean energy and keep shareholder payouts at previous levels. Today, it would be worth £12,118. But Standard Life and L&G remain, along with Imperial, Evraz and Aviva. That helps us fund This Is Money, and keep it free to use. Where can investors look for shares that will benefit from a coronavirus recovery? MIDAS SHARE TIPS. The company, which has designed a way of reclaiming silicon chips so they can be used up to ten times instead of just once, has been through the mill – and is now set for growth. Back Neal Gandhi's tech revolution with The Panoply, MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Annoying emails drive a profit surge at Dotdigital with customers including the NHS, MIDAS SHARE TIPS: It can pay to be a patriot! ITV scrapped its interim dividend and put future payments under review. What kind of rescue could trigger a stock market bounce back? Sunday Financial Mail by Joanne Hart Release: December 19, 2020 21:52 | Has been updated: December 19, 2020 22:26 Impressive chords: Guitar sales skyrocket as people stay home Music lovers are pulling their hair down by … Looking ahead, BP faces an uphill struggle, as the coronavirus pandemic eats into demand for fossil fuels. Imperial has fared even worse, slumping from more than £40 in 2016 to £12.49 today. Share tips: eight stocks that should deliver robust returns. That creates something of a vicious circle so Imperial and BAT shares have both been on a losing streak. Sunday share tips: Marshalls, Midas 'Dogs of the Footsie' FTSE 100. Scottish Mortgage's Tom Slater on how the growth star investments, 'It's a vast area of change': We meet a food fund manager. The Midas Dogs of the Footsie portfolio tracks the ten highest-yielding stocks in the FTSE 100 index. This medical technology company is making great strides in the certainly benevolent and possibly lucrative market of reducing the huge costs of providing care to dementia sufferers by identifying warning signs earlier. Something had to give and last Tuesday, Looney delivered his dividend declaration. BAT is on a lower yield but its dividend is covered just 1.5 times, meaning that for every 1p it pays out, the group earns 1.5p. No one had heard of Covid-19, almost no one was thinking about a global pandemic and financial markets were mostly focused on Brexit and Boris Johnson's new premiership. Sunday share tips: Marks & Spencer, The Renewables Infrastructure Group In her Midas Share Tips column for the Mail On Sunday, Joanne Hart discussed Marks & … After its price tripled in less than a year will bitcoin continue to boom in 2021 or the bubble burst again? Most stockbrokers like to see earnings cover of two times or more, which implies that either BAT's earnings need to rise or a change in dividend policy could be on the cards. That compares with £14,675 a year ago and more than £17,000 in 2018. What next for Neil Woodford and his investors? New chief executive Amanda Blanc has also put the dividend policy under review, which normally means payments will be lower in future. Fired up: Tobacco giant Imperial Brands, now moving into vaping, yields high returns. In this column, our calculations are based purely on the share price, so we do not include the dividends received by investors. Some businesses have kept dividends at the same level as last year but few have been brave enough to raise their payments or make bold promises about the months ahead. The shares are yielding more than 8 per cent. The comments below have not been moderated. Imperial has already bowed to the inevitable and cut its payout by a third but the 11 per cent yield suggests that City watchers expect a further cut. By Joanne Hart for The Mail on Sunday . It has been a long while since the Gauloises, Winston and Rizla owner Imperial Brands was in the portfolio with fellow cigarette maker British American Tobacco, the firm behind Lucky Strike, Dunhill and Rothmans. ... Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group. This shows the yearly income that individual stocks will pay. 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This firm which selectively breeds pigs and cows will need to start delivering its expansion plans to justify its high share price, but it has started paying dividends and its long-term prospects are good for those willing to take a little risk. (Sharecast News) - Hold onto shares of Begbies Traynor, the Mail on Sunday's Midas column said, predicting that the stock would continue to rise. Though the industry has clearly changed, prophecies that the internet would render paper redundant have thus far proved unfounded, and this online printing firm is carving itself out a decent niche in the market. They probably do things differently in Russia. Investors buy shares in these firms for a reason and bosses know that they will almost certainly be punished if payouts are suddenly reined in or cancelled altogether. The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column recommended shares in the publisher of the Harry Potter saga, Bloomsbury, to its readers, predicting that the stock was headed higher. Companies do not cut their dividends on a whim. My hopes (and fears) for the new year, 'I sold my home after the Brexit vote': Dragons' Den star Piers Linney doesn't save into a pension or even own property, but can earn £20,000 an hour for a speech, Why won't Sainsbury's just say who stole my 6,000 Nectar points? Shareholders initially rewarded the boss for having the courage of his convictions and BP shares rose through the week, opening on Monday at £2.75 and rising to £2.87. MIDAS SHARE TIPS. Overall, our Dogs have performed poorly this year. This group provides software and associated computer services to motor dealerships and as well as an established base in developed markets in Europe, it is making great strides in China, Russia and Africa....read. Published: 22:32 GMT, 8 August 2020 | Updated: 11:18 GMT, 11 August 2020. Schroders British Opportunities Trust can help UK firms to grow and produce strong returns for investors, MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Paving firm Marshalls builds for future of our outdoor spaces, MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Should you buy an insurer in the middle of a global catastrophe? Published: 17:32 EST, 8 … Centrica and Direct Line have been demoted. 17 Jan 2020. We cover most UK companies’ financial results, including views on which shares to buy, including FTSE 350, Aim-listed and overseas shares. MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Dividend cut sounds the last post for Royal Mail By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 21:50 BST, 25 May 2019 | Updated: 14:06 BST, 26 May 2019 Royal Mail is an old-fashioned, unionised and regulated business trying … Yet our Dogs are still outperforming the FTSE 100. MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Emmerson is harvesting profit from fertiliser as the world's population booms By JOANNE HART FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY PUBLISHED: 21:38 , 2 March 2019 I UPDATED: 12:01 4 Maren 2019 The global population is expected to increase from 7.6 billion to almost 9.5 billion in the If you click on them we may earn a small commission. Mobile phone group Vodafone joins this year's Dogs of the Footsie portfolio. The Midas Dogs of the Footsie portfolio tracks the ten highest-yielding stocks in the FTSE 100 index. Investors Chronicle provides share tips, stock market data and analysis, as well as beginners’ guides on how to invest in shares and the stock market. We do not write articles to promote products. Will the UK election result boost or sink the stock market? MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages. Today, Hart pointed out in her Midas Share tips column that these businesses now generated 95% of group income - sales and profits also soared and shares surged to £5.00 each. But the rebased dividend looks relatively secure, unless economic conditions become markedly worse. At £24.92, BAT has more than halved in value in the past three years alone. These five are joined by a quintet of new pups – insurer M&G, pensions group Phoenix, mobile phone group Vodafone, British American Tobacco and BP. The shares fell as the results were announced, they have slumped by nearly 50 per cent over the past year and are now on a yield of more than 8 per cent. 17 Jan 2020 Share tips: eight stocks that should deliver robust returns Aviva partially restored last year's final dividend but said shareholders would receive 6p rather than the 21.4p that the company had promised back in early March. We do not allow any commercial relationship to affect our editorial independence. Brokers are less confident. It looks at prospective yields, which are calculated by dividing the next forecast annual dividend by the share price and turning that number into a percentage. Published: 21:52 GMT, 19 December 2020 | Updated: 22:26 GMT, 19 December 2020 Trade UK shares for just £2.95 and US shares for just $3.95 — with no platform fee! This recently-floated US-based firm has already seen its shares since it joined Aim, and the growth potential of online shopping stands it in good stead for what could be a lucrative future. A nominal £10,000 invested in the index of the 100 biggest firms listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2012 would be worth just £10,104 today. 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Last week alone, BP halved its dividend and said quarterly payments of 4p per share would be the new normal as it tries to become a 'clean energy' company rather than an oil and gas giant. dailymail.co.uk — MIDAS SHARE TIPS: It can pay to be a patriot! By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday… Yet today, the stock is yielding 11 per cent. MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages. Invesco axes boss of Japanese funds in big shake-up in the wake of Woodford's downfall, AVIVA INVESTORS GLOBAL EQUITY ENDURANCE: Young fund passes its test, Revealed: Three fund managers who achieved stellar returns this year and could put a rocket under YOUR portfolio in 2021. An oil firm that focuses on the redevelopment of rigs that have not realised their full potential is taking, for its industry, an unusual step that could stand to benefit long-term investors in search of income. When we last analysed the portfolio a year ago, the world was a very different place. 2461949. MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Airport cafe shares take off – even when planes don’t. Registered office: Oxford House, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP21 8SZ. A short-term fillip for shareholders, the strategy can backfire over time, as firms gradually realise that they simply cannot afford to carry on regardless. BT is gone. This junior mining firm has gained the support of some heavyweight shareholders as it builds up its business in otherwise troubled African countries. With major UK festival and sporting event customers in its sights, investors in this hotelier with a unique approach to accommodation could see decent returns over the coming years as business continues to grow. Published: 05:54 EDT, 11 August 2019 | Updated: 05:54 EDT, 11 August 2019 . Emerging markets set to bounce – and these eight funds will profit. But, in the past six months, half of the FTSE 100 index of Britain's biggest listed companies have done just that. Adding them in clearly boosts the overall returns. Tips from the Financial Mail on Sunday‘s Midas column appear elsewhere on This Is Money. The Share Centre Limited is a member of the London Stock Exchange and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under reference 146768. BAT has also suffered from growing antipathy towards cigarettes but the firm is proving more resilient than its rival. THE following is a round-up of share tips from the Sunday papers. Falling demand sent profits plunging in 2019 and last week the group announced further declines in sales and profits. The dividend may have fallen but it remains comparatively generous and the tumbling share price has kept Imperial's yield on a high. Four of the stocks were yielding more than 10 per cent and all bar Centrica were offering yields above 8 per cent. Savaged by the coronavirus pandemic and fearful about the future, they have chosen to cut or can dividends, often shocking investors in the process. This firm's specialist research identifying the best markets for the latest drug products sees it get a decent slice of the £20bn pharmaceutical giants spend on marketing. However, the stock has still fallen more than 40 per cent over the past year, so the shares are yielding 7 per cent, which brings BP back into the Dogs portfolio after a three-year absence. MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Don't stockpile toilet rolls - buy shares in them through Lancashire-based Accrol Group instead; ... Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & … That is exactly what happened to BP. Glencore boss Ivan Glasenberg misses out on £180m payday as... MINOR INVESTOR: Dividend cuts are still hitting the... Investors face worst payouts for generation: Coronavirus... MIDAS SHARE TIPS: The Dogs of the Footsie 2019 - our tips... 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