Ocado (LSE: OCDO), Premier Foods (LSE: PFD), BG Group (LSE: BG) and Rio Tinto (LSE: RIO) - there is a lot of risk involved in these four stocks, but there are also a few reasons why BG and Rio Tinto may deserve your attention.
The last five years have been rather successful for Hunting (LSE: HTG) as a business. That's because it has managed to increase its bottom line in each of those years, with the rise averaging 32% per annum.
BG Group plc (LON:BG) has taken a similar sideways trend to its sector peer BP in recent weeks. The sideways pattern has been defined by support at 900p to the downside and 1000p as resistance to gains.
It is safe to say that oil stocks have suffered a painful end to 2014. Things didn't get much better as 2015 rolled in. The price of oil crashed, with some predicting prices varying between $20-$30 per barrel of brent crude.
In some ways I think BG is the most attractively valued stock of the three. New chief executive Helge Lund is very highly regarded in the oil industry, and there's no real reason to think that the firm's plans to ramp up production from newly completed ...