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Caribbean Producers raced to the top of ICTOP10 listings last week after the company released full year results resulting in upgrading earnings from 65 cents per share to $1.20 for the current year. The stock price promptly surged to close at $6.60 after hitting a high of $7.50 on Friday and gaining 136 percent for the year to date and remaining in the number one position on the Main Market list with much room to cover before full valuation.
Watch these stocks that are expected to release quarterly financial statements this coming week, in addition to CPJ that is in demand and Sygnus Credit Investments that has limited stocks on offer. Caribbean Cream’s half year results are due by Friday and should be showing earnings around 40 cents per share if the first quarter trend continues. Also expected by Friday are AMG Packaging, Express Catering, Knutsford Express and Paramount Trading.
Elsewhere, in the Junior Market, AMG Packaging rose 13.5 percent from $1.70 to $1.93, Access Financial dropped from $20 to $18.60, Caribbean Cream moved from $7 to $6.37, Dolphin Cove slipped from $10 last week to $9.69 and Stationery and Office Supplies fell from $6.49 to $6.
In the Main Market, Caribbean Producers rose 20 percent from $5.50 to $6.60, Guardian Holding fell from $582 to $577 after hitting a low during the week of $511, Sygnus Credit Investment rose 6 percent from $15.98 to $16.96 and Victoria Mutual Investments that moved from $5.45 to $6.
The top three Main Market stocks are Caribbean Producers, followed by Berger Paints and Guardian Holdings, with expected gains of 219 to 264 percent for the three, versus last weeks’ 216 to 336 percent.
The top three stocks in the Junior Market are Elite Diagnostic, followed by Caribbean Assurance and General Accident. All three have the potential to gain between 230 and 304 percent, from 217 percent and 300 percent last week.
The average gains projected for the TOP 10 Junior Market stocks moved from 203 percent to 210 percent and Main Market stocks moved from 180 percent to 170 percent.
The Junior Market closed the week with an average PE 12.7 based on’s 2021-22 earnings and currently trades well below the target of 20 and the historical average of 17  to March this year based on 2020 earnings. The TOP 10 stocks trade at a PE of 6.6, with a 52 percent discount to that market’s PE.
The overall Junior Market can gain 57 percent to March next year, based on an average PE of 20 and 34 percent based on an average PE of 17. Five stocks are trading above this level and two at a PE around the 16 level and 16.7, indicating that many others will rise above the 17 mark.
The JSE Main Market ended the week with an overall PE of 15.7, a little distance from 19 the market ended at in March, suggesting a 27 percent rise at a PE of 19 and 21 percent at a PE of 20 from now to March 2022. The Main Market TOP 10 trades at a PE of 7.6, with a 49 percent discount to the PE of that market, well off the potential of 20, but 12 stocks trade above a PE of 19, with most of them over 20, suggesting that the accepted multiple maybe around 25 times current year’s earnings.
ICTOP10 is not intended to select the best stocks in the market but ones that are most likely to be the best winners within fifteen months. ranks stocks to highlight the winners from the rest, allowing investors to focus on potential winners, helping to remove emotional attachments to stocks that often result in costly mistakes.
IC TOP10 stocks are likely to deliver the best returns up to March 2022 and ranked in order of potential gains, based on likely increase for each company, considering the earnings and PE ratios for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate and result in weekly movements in and out of the lists. Revisions to earnings per share are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.

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