Clothier LPP, insurance-giant PZU, metal and steel firm Impexmetal and fund manager BBI Development NFI are firms whose share value could increase the most in Q4 of 2012, according to the results of a survey conducted in eight brokerage houses by the business daily Parkiet.
In total, analysts indicated 18 firms from the Warsaw Stock Exchange's WIG20, mWIG40 and sWIG80, which are worth investing in during the next two months. Out of the golden 18, LPP got the most votes.
Analysts were also asked to indicate those firms which investors should avoid because their shares may perform badly. The most votes were cast for media firm Agora, brokerage house IDMSA, ABC Data and private health care provider Pelion.
When deciding on a new firm to include in a portfolio, experts advise potential investors to analyze its fundamentals and amount of debt. They warn against firms with high debt, especially in the short-term.
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