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Despite tech madness I still like shares in Sage Group

From memory I have never used a product from ‘British multinational enterprise software company’ Sage Group (SGE), but I know enough people who have and they are generally pretty happy with it. Over the last couple of years or so, I have been a bit more of a fan of the shares and noted back in May that the stock was worth a buy with a 800p+ share price target. Back then the shares were about 650p and – after today’s full year numbers – they are at a 750p share price.  That is not too shabby then.

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A day late I talk about shares in hero Headlam, workable Sage Group and shocking BT Group

By my reckoning the last Thursday of July is the busiest for global stock market obsessives like me…hence why it has taken me until first thing Friday to write about some larger cap UK market highlights from the day before. First up is ‘Europe’s leading distributor of floorcoverings’, Headlam (HEAD).

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Sage Group is still a friend of mine

I have been a fan of multinational enterprise software company Sage Group (SGE) for a while now. However  as I observed in a piece here last year  the reason I bought the stock was based on my hope of seeing it return to the 800 pence share price level it achieved during 2018 and 2019. We are nowhere near there yet, so is there still plenty of reason to be optimistic or not?

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A tale of two online conference tips (Sage and Johnson Matthey)

A Thursday two-thirds of the way through July is always going to be packed with corporate earnings updates and today is no different. From a UK stock market perspective for me, today was all about two online conference tips...

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It is also Sage to look at shares that are not romping...

Exciting times if you are long and strong on equities. Obviously it probably means you were long and strong back in February and March too, but we will gloss over that. Naturally I know something about that... Anyhow, rather than rambling on about the largesse of the Saudis in backing Carnival (CCL) or the 'skills' of easyJet (EZJ) in securing a £600 million coronavirus loan from from the Treasury and Bank of England’s emergency coronavirus fund, time to talk about a name that has not been so impacted by all the coronavirus issues…

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Sage stumbles...but I remain calm and collected on a white hot day

Apparently it is hotter than in Bangkok today in London. I am not sure if I really want to visit either...but meetings await in the latter later on today. I am feeling calm and collected despite the weather and that one of my 'tips of the year' is down 9% odd on the day as I write. More about that in a paragraph or two…

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Utilitywise - Flattery from the company for Brendan, but will he be able to rectify the red flags ahoy?

With a business model which has seen red flags ahoy noted and recent performance “weaker… than we would have liked” (sorry, in order to help the company ‘realise its considerable potential’), Utilitywise (UTW) has announced the appointment of Brendan Flattery as CEO, effective 1st October 2016…

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