Investor's Round Table: BRBY, NXT, NWOR & AIEA

Mark Simpson, Graham Neary and I discuss UK shares Burberry, Next, Airea, and National World.

Investor's Round Table: BRBY, NXT, NWOR & AIEA
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I recently recorded another UK shares podcast with my good friends and fellow private investors Graham Neary and Mark Simpson.

This time we discussed the investment merits (or otherwise!) of unloved FTSE 100 luxury fashion firm Burberry (BRBY) and consider the more popular fashion retailer Next (NXT), whose shares recently hit all-time highs.

In small caps, we discuss recent results from Airea (AIEA) – which we discussed previously here – and explore the investment case for newspaper group National World (NWOR), which is the latest investment vehicle of press baron David Montgomery.

Please note that my comments reflect my personal views and are not investment advice or recommendations. Please do your own research or seek professional advice. Full disclaimer here.

As always, thank you for listening. Please do get in touch if you have any comments or questions you'd like us to answer in a future episode.

Roland Head

Disclosure: Roland owned shares in Burberry at the time of this recording (26 March 2024).


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