Games Workshop (GAW) @ £57.99
I picked Games Workshop mainly for their unqiue IP, I have been an on looker of Games Workshop for many years.
Key Points for me were their YOY increase on Net Profit and dividend increases as well as the YOY increases in Net Cash. Given the high levels of operational gearing and their relentless management of their costs, their improving sales performance has translated into record profit and cash levels.
It’s not just a case of new management breathing fresh air into a business, though. Much of Games Workshop’s current growth and profitability can also be attributed to longer-term infrastructure projects that have enhanced efficiency and productivity. More royalty income and trade outlets have also driven growth.
Games Workshop has been careful to grow and mature as a company in line with its trading growth. Management has commented previously about the importance of this conscious shift in culture towards a more commercial, global mindset. It appears to be bearing fruit.
I will be buying more into this stock at a later date, I am very interested to see what their results say when they're relased on the 14th Jan.
Morgan Sindall (MGNS) @ £15.56
With a YOY increase in Net Profits and dividends with a high quality, growing order book and exciting opportunities ahead, this is a good stock and with their last Half Year Results Announcement being super strong. I feel this is going to be a good runner for 2020
Redrow (RDW) @ £7.57
With a very strong EOY results, which you're able to see here and Brexit finally "getting done" this one has room to grow, as the need for housing continues to increase.
For the sixth consecutive year Redrow has delivered record results. The Group completed 6,443 homes, 13% up on the previous year and passing the 6,000 milestone for the first time. Revenue reached £2.1bn and pre-tax profit increased by 7% to £406m.
Sirius Real Estate (SRE) @ £0.84
With their increase in acquisitions and strong pipeline, along with their YOY increase in net profits, dividends and decreases in their net debt. I feel this stock has a lot of room to grow. Despite political uncertainty and economic headwinds, Sirius' value-add business model continues to flourish due to the diversity that comes from intensive asset management and their wide range of products.
I like companies with strong performances and YOY increases in profit and dividends. I feel all the above companies have that, GAW is a gem with its totally unique IP I think this stock could be a lifer for me.