Author: Andrew Latto

Andrew Latto, CFA, is an independent financial analyst. He was recently in charge of UK research for Fat Prophets. While there he identified growth stocks that included London Stock Exchange, On the Beach, PPHE Hotel Group, Dart Group, SSP Group, Technogym, Euronext, LVMH and Amadeus.

AJ Bell IPO (AJB) – Quality and growth
FTSE 350

AJ Bell IPO (AJB) – Quality and growth

Andrew Latto- December 3, 2018

Investment platform AJ Bell is set to list on December 7 with December 5 the last day to apply for shares.  This is a quality ... Read More

On the Beach (OTB) – A hot summer survivor
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On the Beach (OTB) – A hot summer survivor

Andrew Latto- December 1, 2018

On the Beach (OTB) has come through a tough summer that has seen the major tour operators struggle. Fortunately, this online travel agent ("OTA") has ... Read More

DP Poland (DPP) – The bull and bear case
Small Cap

DP Poland (DPP) – The bull and bear case

Andrew Latto- November 27, 2018

PDP Poland (DPP) is the Domino’s Pizza master franchisee for Poland. If first listed in July 2010 at 50 pence (latest share price 24.5p, market ... Read More

Simplybiz (SBIZ) – Modest growth, massive returns
Small Cap

Simplybiz (SBIZ) – Modest growth, massive returns

Andrew Latto- November 26, 2018

Simplybiz (SBIZ) is listed in the business support services sector and on face value is not exciting. The group provides services to financial intermediaries such ... Read More

Integrated Diagnostics (IDHC) – An impressive Egyptian company in London!
Small Cap

Integrated Diagnostics (IDHC) – An impressive Egyptian company in London!

Andrew Latto- November 23, 2018

Integrated Diagnostic Holdings (IDHC) is easy for investors to dismiss. The company operates in Egypt, the UK listing is in US dollars and the reporting ... Read More

On the Beach (OTB) – Assessing the moat
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On the Beach (OTB) – Assessing the moat

Andrew Latto- November 15, 2018

On the Beach (OTB) is an online travel agent (OTA) focused on beach package holidays in Europe. The company’s track record is impressive with revenue ... Read More

Three Domino’s Pizza opportunities
Small Cap

Three Domino’s Pizza opportunities

Andrew Latto- November 2, 2018

Domino’s Pizza has been the ultimate rollout story with over 15,000 stores around the world. The three UK-listed Domino’s master franchisees have, however, experienced mixed ... Read More

Restaurant Group goes all Wagamama
Small Cap

Restaurant Group goes all Wagamama

Andrew Latto- November 1, 2018

If your existing businesses aren’t performing well then the solution is simple: buy another business that is performing well for an exalted price! This appears ... Read More

Domino’s Pizza: An introduction to this high-performing pizza giant
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Domino’s Pizza: An introduction to this high-performing pizza giant

Andrew Latto- October 26, 2018

Domino’s Pizza overtook Pizza Hut earlier this year to become the world’s largest pizza seller. The group offers investors a simple store rollout story in ... Read More

Keith Ashworth-Lord & the Buffett way: Part 3: Growth vs Quality
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Keith Ashworth-Lord & the Buffett way: Part 3: Growth vs Quality

Andrew Latto- October 25, 2018

Investors often appear to focus on growth rather than quality.  However, any business can create growth. The hard part is to grow a business while ... Read More

Keith Ashworth-Lord and the Buffett way: Part 2 – Quality Investing
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Keith Ashworth-Lord and the Buffett way: Part 2 – Quality Investing

Andrew Latto- October 22, 2018

Keith Ashworth-Lord is a quality investor through and through.  Quality investors like to do their homework and figure out whether a company is adding value.  ... Read More

Keith Ashworth-Lord and the Buffett way: Part 1 – The fund
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Keith Ashworth-Lord and the Buffett way: Part 1 – The fund

Andrew Latto- October 19, 2018

The fund manager Keith Ashworth-Lord has handsomely beaten the market since since he started his Buffettology fund in March 2011. His investment approach is mapped ... Read More

Hargreaves Lansdown (HL): The type of company to look for when Mr Market is gloomy
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Hargreaves Lansdown (HL): The type of company to look for when Mr Market is gloomy

Andrew Latto- October 12, 2018

There are of lots of companies with fat profit margins and there are lots of companies that are growing rapidly. It is relatively rare, however, ... Read More

Fulham Shore (FUL) – Let’s take a detailed look at its tasty prospects
Small Cap

Fulham Shore (FUL) – Let’s take a detailed look at its tasty prospects

Andrew Latto- October 10, 2018

Do you like pizza? If the answer is yes then you may be interested in Fulham Shore, the owner of Franco Manca. CEO David Page ... Read More

AJ Bell: An IPO worth getting ready for
Small Cap

AJ Bell: An IPO worth getting ready for

Andrew Latto- October 8, 2018

Private investors have a tough time when it comes to initial public offerings (IPOs). Researching new issues can be problematic and the public isn’t always ... Read More

Mid-cap stocks: an investment sweet spot
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Mid-cap stocks: an investment sweet spot

Andrew Latto- October 5, 2018

The 25th March 1996 is the day that the AIM All-Share index was launched with a starting level of 1,000. The AIM index is up ... Read More

PPHE Hotel Group (PPHE) – A leading hotelier and developer
Small Cap

PPHE Hotel Group (PPHE) – A leading hotelier and developer

Andrew Latto- September 27, 2018

PPHE Hotel Group is a founder-driven business that runs hotels while also developing new hotel sites. With the main focus in central London and Amsterdam, ... Read More

Somero Enterprises (SOM) – Flat floors matter (apparently!)
Small Cap

Somero Enterprises (SOM) – Flat floors matter (apparently!)

Andrew Latto- September 17, 2018

Somero Enterprises makes the machines that enable builders to deliver flat, concrete floors.  Exciting stuff.  The obvious question is: to what extent is a flat ... Read More

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