I've talked a bit recently about high yielding UK share that I'd avoid based on their Scores. So today as it's Black Friday I thought I'd flag up:
This led them to forecast a minimum level of total revenue of £102m for the whole of their 2018-19 financial year with an EBITDA margin comparable with that achieved in 2017-2018. This looks to be about 4% ahead of current revenue forecasts and given the margin comments this should, I would have thought, flow through to the bottom line too. Thus some upgrades here seem likely. I would also note that they have set this as a minimum expectation, so presumably they may under promise and over deliver.
The shares look good value on around 12x earnings and come with forecast yield of 5% based off of 8% forecast dividend growth, which is reasonably well covered, although that is the weakest thing in their score. They make a decent operating margin of around 17% and a huge return of capital, although that's probably not that relevant for a people / service business such as this. They have had upgrades already this year and as discussed I suspect we should see some more on the back of this update or when they actually report their first half numbers in January 2019. Putting it all together they come out with a Compound Income Score of 96 (where 100 is the best) and as such they will remain in the Compound Income Scores portfolio and in my own portfolios too, as I eat my own cooking as it were.
So there you go there's a buying idea for you sourced from the Scores and as mentioned at the start don't forget you can read more about and sign up for a free trial of the Scores by clicking here. Once you sign up you'll get your Free e-book explaining the research and rationale behind the Scores. You can then try them for free for the next three weeks if you then cancel by the 16th December 2018. If you like them you won't need to do anything as your payment will be taken on 21st December 2018 for you to then enjoy a whole year of Compound Income Scores at the equivalent of just £1 a week.
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