Investors Chronicle: Bargain shares: Small-cap buying opportunities
Simon Thompson updates some existing tips and concludes in his section on First Property Group (First Property posts earnings beat)….”Trading on a 19 per cent discount to spot book value, offering a prospective dividend yield of 3.3 per cent and priced on 11 times likely EPS for the year just ended, I remain a buyer ahead of the release of the annual results in June. Buy.”
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“FPO has a decent dividend yield of 3.14% and the company currently pays out 27.48% of its profits as dividends, with the expected payout in three years being 35.15%. FPO has increased its dividend from UK£0.008 to UK£0.016 over the past 10 years. They have been dependable too, not missing a single payment in this time. First Property Group is also reasonably priced, with a PE ratio of 8.8 that compares favorably with the GB Real Estate average of 8.8.