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Investment Insights, 19 December

Written by: Nick Raynor on December 19th 2011

Category: Investments, News, Shares

The top buys and top tips from within The Share Centre.


The Share Centre’s Customer top buys from the last 7 days

Lloyds Banking – Still some optimists out there hoping that the banks will recover soon.

Glencore International – Commodities still find favour with short term traders.

Thomas Cook – Investors still believe that a profit can be made trading the stock.

Aviva – Strong yield and volatility attracting both short-term and long-term investors.

Xcite Energy – Investors still buying despite falling share price.

 

 

The Share Centre’s top tips for this week

Glaxo (lower risk) Defensive attractions and signs of improved performance for this pharmaceutical giant.

Marks & Spencer (Medium risk) At these lower levels price looks attractive for the brave.

Rolls Royce (Medium risk) New contracts being won, long-term looks very solid.

Tullow Oil (Higher risk) Attractive oil deposits and potentials sites, 2012 could be a good year.

Medusa Mining (Higher Risk) Gold stocks have been on the back foot recently, weakness could be an opportunity.
All information given including prices, yields and our opinion is correct at the time of publication.  Our opinions on investments can change at any time and for our latest view please go to www.share.com.  To understand how our Advice team arrive at their views please read our Investment Research Policy


 

Tags: Aviva, Lloyds Banking, Medusa Mining, Thomas Cook, Tullow Oil, Xcite Energy

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