IC016 Investor’s Champion Investment Ideas & Weekly Wrap Up Covering, Apple, Starbucks, Business models of Whitbread & Intercontinental Hotel Group, St James Place, James Cropper, Card Factory & Anexo.

Investor's Champion Podcast

04-05-2024 • 39 mins

In this week's episode of the Investor’s Champion Podcast. We hear Chris and Lee run through key news events covering News from our Ultimate Stocks Portfolio including Apple, quarterly results and mammoth share buybacks. Starbucks – what’s going wrong? McDonalds – growing, but it’s new breakfast offering could be healthier. We mention Coca Cola.

An extended Discussion of Whitbread (Premier Inn) and the hotel industry in general with comparison to Intercontinental Hotel Group. St James Place – more contradictions and comparison with Hargreaves Lansdown’s update

Then on to UK Small Caps and AIM, Bonkers Bargain James Cropper. Card Factory – doing well and going cheap? HSS Hire: a radically new business evolves. Anexo: when profits and earnings deceive.


1:10 Apple quarterly results and share buy backs.

5:20 Starbucks struggling.

7:50 McDonald’s.

9:00 Coca Cola and Warren Buffet.

11:10 Comparing Whitbread’s Premier Inn Business model to Intercontinental Hotels business model.

22:40 St James Place.

24:40 Bonkers bargain James Cropper.

27:20 Card Factory.

28:50 HSS Hire Group

31:20 Anexo red flag to look out for.

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