Premier Technicalrvices Group and Brady are a few noticeable companies with a strong future outlook. The market’s optimistic sentiment towards these stocks indicates a level of confidence in the future outlook of their businesses. If a buoyant growth prospect is what you’re after in your next investment, I’ve put together a list of high-growth stocks you may be interested in, based on the latest financial data from each company.
Premier Technical Services Group plc (AIM:PTSG)
Premier Technical Services Group PLC provides façade access and fall arrest equipment, lightning protection, electrical services, cleaning, and industry training solutions in the United Kingdom. Founded in 2006, and currently run by Paul Teasdale, the company now has 600 employees and with the company’s market capitalisation at GBP £200.16M, we can put it in the small-cap group.
Extreme optimism for PTSG, as market analysts projected an outstanding earnings growth, which is expected to more than double, supported by an equally strong sales growth of 53.82%. An affirming signal is when net income increase is supported by top-line growth. Since net income isn’t artificially inflated by one-off initiatives such as cost-cutting, we know this profit growth is more likely to be sustainable. Moreover, the substantial growth of over 100% in operating cash flows shows that a decent part of earnings is driven by robust cash generation from operational activities, not one-off or non-core activities. PTSG’s impressive outlook on all aspects makes it a worthy company to spend more time to understand. Considering PTSG as a potential investment? I recommend researching its fundamentals here.
Brady plc (AIM:BRY)
Brady plc provides integrated trading, process, and risk management software solutions to the commodity, energy, and recycling markets worldwide. Started in 1985, and now run by Ian Jenks, the company now has 253 employees and with the company’s market cap sitting at GBP £51.89M, it falls under the small-cap category.
BRY is expected to deliver an extremely high earnings growth over the next couple of years of 79.75%, driven by a positive revenue growth of 12.00% and cost-cutting initiatives. Although reduction in cost is not the most sustainable operational activity, the expanding top-line growth, on the other hand, is encouraging. BRY’s impressive outlook on all aspects makes it a worthy company to spend more time to understand. Thinking of investing in BRY? Take a look at its other fundamentals here.
Gaming Realms plc (AIM:GMR)
Gaming Realms plc develops, publishes, and licenses mobile gaming content in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and internationally. Founded in 2001, and headed by CEO Patrick Southon, the company employs 150 people and with the company’s market cap sitting at GBP £21.29M, it falls under the small-cap group.
An outstanding 80.88% earnings growth is forecasted for GMR, driven by an underlying sales growth of 28.28% over the next few years. An affirming signal is when net income increase also comes with top-line growth. Even though some cost-reduction initiatives may have also pushed up margins, in the case of GMR, it does not appear extreme. Moreover, the substantial growth of over 100% in operating cash flows shows that a decent part of earnings is driven by robust cash generation from operational activities, not one-off or non-core activities. GMR ticks the boxes for robust growth generation on all levels of line items, which makes it an appealing stock to dig into deeper. Thinking of investing in GMR? Other fundamental factors you should also consider can be found here.
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The author is an independent contributor and at the time of publication had no position in the stocks mentioned.