After a tumultuous year in the markets with Brexit uncertainty, the threat of trade war and rapidly changing consumer habits, the FTSE 100 suffered its worst year since the financial crisis in 2018, ending it 12.5 per cent down. While there is no sign that 2019 will be any less eventful, with the date Britain is set to leave the EU fast approaching and Donald Trump still in the White House, the City A.M. editorial staff have picked a selection of stocks they hope will fare well in the coming year. Alexandra Rogers Law, white collar crime and transport reporter Go Ahead Group: Go Ahead is just one of many train companies to have attracted little but bad press thanks to the timetable chaos in May. However, the firm seems to be making amends with the government and its shares have held firm in spite of the troubles. The company has also diversified beyond the UK market, with rail or bus wins in Germany, Ireland and Norway. Ryanair: After a torrid year of industrial unrest, cancelled … [Read more...] about Stock predictions 2019: Which stocks and shares will do well this year?