Shares in Marks and Spencer Group, Prudential, and SSE have received a large number of earnings upgrades recently. Are their fortunes really improving and what does that mean for the shares?
The recent market correction has sent shares in Tesco, Croda International, and The British Land Company back to the same price that they were at the end of 2012.
Randgold Resources, RSA Insurance, and AstraZeneca have previously been three of the shares most unaffected by extreme market moves. They are what market statisticians call "low beta" shares.
Shares in J Sainsbury, AMEC, and Pearson are trading at the same price today as they were at the beginning of the year. Has the market correction pushed them back into buy territory?
Market experts are forecasting two years of strong earnings growth from BG, Bunzl, and John Wood.
Capita, Rolls-Royce Holding, and WPP are some of the biggest winners of the bull market.
Research analysts are forecasting two years of high earnings growth at ARM Holdings, Aberdeen Asset Management, and Rexam.
Statistics suggest that if the market can engineer a rally, then shares in the likes of Barclays, Lloyds Banking, and Royal Bank of Scotland would be expected to put in some of the biggest rises.
In the last year, Prudential, ITV, and easyJet have been some of the biggest winners.
Shares in Royal Dutch Shell, Antofagasta, Imperial Tobacco Group, Wm. Morrison Supermarkets, and Carnival have hardly been lower in the last 12 months.
The great bull market of 2013 seems to have passed by Aggreko, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Anglo American.
Vodafone, Associated British Foods, and SABMiller are set to profit from strong, long-lasting changes.
BP, Lloyds BAnking, Shire, International Consolidated Airlines, and Whitbread are all trading within 3% of their high for the year.
This investor expects a 15% rise from HSBC Holdings shares.
This investor reckons that shares in Standard Chartered may be too cheap by half.
This investor believes that shares in RSA Insurance Group should be 10% higher.
This investor expects shares in Diageo to rise 10% before the year is out.
Global developments look set to propel the shares of Compass Group, ARM Holdings, and GlaxoSmithKline higher and higher.
The share-price history of National Grid, Reckitt Benckiser Group, G4S, GlaxoSmithKline, and British American Tobacco suggests that these shares will avoid big market swings.
The share prices of Royal Dutch Shell, Wm. Morrison Supermarkets, and British Sky Broadcasting suggest that this bull market has further to run.