Hello, Share Peekers. It’s been some time since I last suggested you take a look at Bloomsbury Publishing (BMY). Yes, I know some investors are wary of bookish companies because of the boom in other forms of leisure-filling. Like the easier streaming of films, for example. But this firm is putting more emphasis on digital reading. And it’s doing rather well, as its latest annual numbers attest.
Hello Share Thrashers. As I write, nobody has any idea if the Brexit debacle will move forward or back, so let’s take the opportunity of reviewing a share owner’s benefit which is often disregarded and shouldn't be. I refer to the perks. Here’s the latest list of some of the best companies for rewarding share-owners.
Hello, Share Strikers. Generally, I don’t nurture a rosy view of the prospects of publishing companies. This isn't just because many of them rejected my latest novel Black Snow, but because I reckon many authors, including successful ones, will move over to self-publishing as a jolly good way of cutting out the middleman. But Bloomsbury (BMY) is my exception.
Hello, Share Pickers. Personally, I don’t drool over the Harry Potter books. Nor the films, either. But I’m not a child or a teenager and there’s no doubting the power of these spell-binding tales. Also very partial to the Harry Potter saga is Bloomsbury Publishing (BMY).
Hello Share Scramblers. Being an author myself, I can attest to the fact that books are not selling as well as they used to. The time was when I could bring out a book on making cash from shares and it would disappear rapidly from the shelves. But that was in the days before a lot of reading matter could be found free on the internet and shares were doing a lot better. Don’t let that put you off buying my latest however - Share Attack.
It may be to some harsh observers that Bloomsbury Publishing was effectively a one trick pony given the Harry Potter phenomenon. But it would appear that e-books have enabled the group to cast a new spell over its fortunes and share price.
Search ShareProphets |
Recent Comments |