If you invest in the fashion business, you really need to know which companies to for -- it's the ones with good long-term track records that keep bringing in the cash, not the latest fashionable ones.
He was speaking to Marc Bolland, chief executive of beleaguered retailer Marks & Spencer (LSE: MKS), which at the time of writing has seen its shares climb 16% since announcing signs of a modest recovery in its fortunes.
marks & spencer What is the ideal dividend investment? Well, to me, it is a company that is reasonably priced, which is growing earnings year by year, and which is highly cash-generative with a high and rising dividend yield.
It is no secret that the UK's largest supermarket Tesco (LSE: TSCO) is struggling, and not only with accounting woes, which have seriously tarnished its media image, and frankly put off its loyal customers.
Kingfisher, the owner of B&Q, has a market cap of �7bn. Its shares are trading some 30% below their one-year high. Based on cash flow multiples, Kingfisher stock trades at a 30%-plus discount against its peer group, which is not justified based on ...