Penny Share Tip #4

A family of restaurant geniuses could make you over 300%

NOV 2015

There’s a family in Britain with a proven formula for creating £100m+ businesses.

They’ve done it multiple times before, making their early shareholders rich in the process…

And the family have a new venture.

The company is already growing fast, but I think it’s just getting started. I see it more than quadrupling its earnings in the coming years.

And you can read all about it in November 15’s issue.

This restaurant empire dates back to the 1960s when two brothers opened a chain inspired by America’s Wimpy burger…

It became one of the UK’s first high street names, with restaurants opening in towns and cities up and down the country.

They repeated the trick again in the 70s and 80s with two more successful chains using the same winning formula…

And their kids took up the mantle in the 90s and 00s, founding another two, which have since been sold for £250m and £304m respectively.

Basically, if you’ve had a mid-priced meal in Britain at some point in the last 50 years, you’ve probably helped line these guys’ pockets.

All of which brings me to this month’s investment opportunity…

Because, although this long list of past successes is no guarantee this latest venture will succeed…

It certainly has all the same hallmarks as their previous hit restaurant chains: fun dining experience, fashionable food, and moderate prices.

And although you should never assume forecasts alone are a reliable indicator of future results, I can easily see its shares more than quadrupling in value in the coming years.

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As I say, this is a family business.

And when I met with Lord Lee, the UK’s first ISA millionaire, he named investing in family businesses as one of the key secrets of his investing success.

“When I look further into family companies, one realises that they’re being run by a generation of the family who – to use a word I like – ‘steward’ the business,” he explained. “They don’t take unnecessary risks. They are conscious of the previous generation and their own responsibility to hand the business on.”

Indeed, when looking for new companies to invest in, it’s always a good sign if the guys running the show have some skin in the game.

That’s certainly the case here…

And it’s just another reason why I believe this tiny restaurant chain has what it takes to shoot up in value over the coming months and years.

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Best wishes,

Sean Keyes
The Penny Share Letter