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Monday 25 July 2016 The one stop source for free breaking news, expert analysis, and videos on AIM and LSE listed shares


42 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

14 new Investment ideas in July's UK Investor magazine - get your free copy now

From Gary Newman, Nigel Somerville, Steve Moore and myself there are 14 new investment ideas in the July UK Investor Magazine which is out now. I discuss the spirit of insurgehncy which caused Brexit and which is powering Donald Trump to the White House and its long term implications as well as the Global Recession which will hit the UK soon and it is nothing to do with Brexit! That and much more is free to read now just click on the link below.

44 minutes ago | By Steve Moore |

NetDimensions – is “pleased to provide” a first half trading update, shares down 25%. Hmmm…

“NetDimensions (NETD), a global provider of performance, knowledge and learning management systems, is pleased to provide a trading update for the six months ended June 30, 2016”. The shares are currently more than 25% lower, at 43.5p, on the back of it. Hmmm…

51 minutes ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Purplebricks – Chief Marketing Officer dumps £341k worth of shares - Great call pal

AIM-listed Purplebricks (PURP) only joined the Casino in December and today it was announced that its Chief Marketing Officer dumped 243,618 shares at a price of 140p – worth a shade over £341,000 – last Friday.

59 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Highlands Natural - more ramptastic horseshit to get warrants away

Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) is shameless in the way that it announce the most fantastically misleading news to ramp its shares to get another covert placing away. Today's announcement is a total shocker. It is paying $500,000 for the right to pick up 100% of the costs but just 80% of the revenues from six wells in Colorado. The numbers sound great...sadly they are just plain old bollocks as 10 minute's research on the internet shows. Highlands states:

1 hour ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Filthy 40 GTS Chemical: delisting as from 1 Aug close confirmed by AGM vote

As previously noted HERE, ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty constituent GTS Chemical (GTS) was proposing to delist from the Casino (which was why it cancelled its previously promised dividend despite a growing cash-pile, er…) and today’s AGM statement confirmed that this will take place at the close of play on 1 August. 

2 hours ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

PhotonStar – running low on the readies?

Serial AIM dog PhotonStar (PSL) has announced the issue of 230,857 shares at a price of 2.625p to former NED Mr Philip Marshall in settlement of outstanding remuneration, worth a total of £6,060. That the company didn’t just pony up the relatively small amount in cash raises the question as to why.

2 hours ago | By Graham Neary |

Ryanair - This is how you run an airline! Although the shares are probably not a Buy

I know that the Sherriff of these parts is no fan of Michael O'Leary (and I also disagree with the Irishman's stance on Brexit) but there is no denying the fact that he changed air travel for the better by providing greater capacity at lower prices than anyone had previously done. Today's Q1 result shows how the momentum continues.

2 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Horse Hill – why are its shares so hard to value?

Horse Hill was incorporated on 10 December 2013.  Angus Energy was the founding shareholder of Horse Hill and after formation and being issued 300 shares exchange for the issue of licenses in the underlying oil fields ended up with 400 shares out of total of 1,000 shares. David Lenigas was appointed a director on 8 December 2014 and resigned as a director on 13 July 2015 and was a key promoter for some of the listed entities that now a large proportion of Horse Hill entity.

3 hours ago | By Graham Neary |

William Hill, 888 and Rank to form a super-casino? Perhaps not

Gambling investors (investors in gambling companies, not investors who gamble) are today digesting confirmation that 888 (888) and Rank Group (RNK) are considering a possible offer for William Hill (WMH).

3 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

The Guardian Newspaper set to lose £173 million but sadly years away from going bust

According to reports elsewhere in the deadwood press, the appalling left wing Guardian Newspaper is set to report a full year loss of £173 million. That is the good news. The bad news is that the Guardian it is years away from going bust.

4 hours ago | By David Scott |

This 'Market' Discounts Nothing except Monetary Cocaine

We are used to a world of distortion by politicians, but when it feeds into a financial system via central bankers we are right to proceed with extreme caution. Even the central banks themselves get confused by their own actions as the old models don’t work; currencies don’t react the way they are expected to; corporates don’t behave as they want them to.  Central Bankers and interventionist governments have knowingly distorted financial markets. They have stopped markets functioning as free markets.

5 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Frontera Resources: Management views shareholders with disdain, shares on watch list for death

Boy oh boy, SP Angel's Zac Phillips is on a roll. The City's best oil analyst today sinks his teeth into the management of Frontera Resources (FRR) who show "intellectual deficit, moral deficit, or both." The message for shareholders is a clear one (bail) in what is a superb vicious note from one of the few City analysts prepared to call out wrongdoing on AIM. Our hero writes:

7 hours ago | By Gary Newman |

Savills offers good long term value and growth prospects

Estate agents and housebuilders plummeted after Britain voted to leave the EU, as the chances of a slump in the property market were seen by some as having increased as a result of that outcome. I have no doubt that some companies in these sectors will be badly hit, especially those whose business is focussed around higher end properties in London, such as Foxtons, but for others I see the recent drops in share price as presenting a buying opportunity, especially when taking a longer term view.

7 hours ago | By Malcolm Stacey |

Uncle Tom Thinks I'm Wrong. But He's Not Right.

Hello Share Twiners. If I am an optimistic bull as far as shares are concerned, then at least I am sometimes right. The current elevation of the Footsie, as it approaches 7,000 again, bears me out. Those who predicted a suicidal Footsie after Brexit were wrong. Many shares are simply blistering ahead, and show no reals signs of fizzling out. Yet Uncle Tom has just said in his bearcast that I am plain wrong to be so bullish.

22 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Reader Post of the Day: Paul Scott dodges doomed Crowdmix

Paul posted this earlier in the comments section and it merits a wider audience. That is not only for exposing Paul's tragic date in music but also key lessons on tech investing. Over to the top share blogger.

1 day ago | By Graham Neary |

CSF Group - An unusually dangerous value investment

Scouring the market or bargains has the unsurprising result that most (nearly all) of what you find are stock market duds. Unfortunately, I think that those investors who have piled into CSF Group (CSFG) and helped the price to treble on Friday are going to find that it is no exception. Indeed, it looks quite a bit riskier than the typical “value” investment.

1 day ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Shareholder activism – is a new broom set to sweep out AIM’s overpaid duffers?

One swallow does not a summer make, according to Aristotle. I guess he would baulk at two as well but it does seem that a few swallows are getting the idea. I refer, of course, to the growing number of AIM companies facing shareholder activism. It is a good thing.

1 day ago | By Gary Newman |

Sound Energy looks terrible value at this price

Sound Energy (SOU) has been one of the best performing small oil companies this year in terms of its share price, but when you take a closer look it is hard to see how it justifies anywhere remotely close to its current valuation.

1 day ago | By Cynical Bear |

Forte Energy – a seven month wait for an appalling RTO – SELL!

I’ve been following the Forte Energy (FTE) RTO story since prior to suspension last December and, after seven months, the admission document relating to the acquisition of BOS Global finally came out on Friday and thought I would give it a review; the one word version of which is: SELL!

1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Bulletin Board Moron of the Week: back for Worthington's Final collapse

As I noted earlier, Friday really could be Worthington's (WRN) last stand. No doubt its supporters on the LSE will have all sorts of excuses and will be blaming the usual suspects (me, Brexit, Evil) for their losses. This is too much of an opportunity to miss for we voyeurs of the moron community. But posts from other treads can also be submitted in the comments section below with a deadline of Sunday 24th July. I reckon Cloudtag (CTAG) and Highlands Natural (HNR) on the LSE and ADVFN asylums will prove happy hunting grounds.

6 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey |

Steve's Dead Right. ARM Could Trigger More Take-overs. Here Are some Possible Targets.

Hello Share Scrunchers. It always encourages me when my colleague Steve Moore, a modest sort of chap who is very tuned in to our golden game, has the same thoughts as me. Even more so, as we don’t always agree. But when he says that the takeover of ARM Holdings (ARM) is good news not just for ARM holders, but the share investment world as applied to the whole of the UK, then I totally concur.

7 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Octagonal - another comedy classic from Fatty Cornish and another win for the Sheriff

Earlier today I flagged up that John Gunn run POS enterprise Octagonal (OCT) had, in April, promised results in June but had not only not published its numbers (never a good sign) but had also parted company with its auditor last month but not told anyone about it. In direct response to MY ARTICLE HERE, Octagonal fished its corpulent and useless Nomad Roland "Fatty" Cornish out of his four course luncheon to issue a statement. It is another comedy classic from Fatty. Boy he does know how to tell em.

7 days ago | By Graham Neary |

Conviviality - Final results do little to dispel sense of risk

Shares in Conviviality (CVR) are up by over 10% to nearly 200p today, although they are still somewhat lower than when I covered the company in May. The final results published this morning suggest that investors should continue to be very cautious about making an investment here

6 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Trying to make sense of Transense

Shares in AIM-listed Transense Technologies (TRT) are up heavily on the back of a positive-looking trading statement and news of a licence agreement with NYSE giant General Electric (GE). But is the news all it is cracked up to be?

6 days ago | By Steve Moore |

Mirada – CEO “pleased to present” full-year results, though shares down 9.5% in response. Hmmm…

The CEO of provider of software for digital TV Mirada (MIRA), José Luis Vázquez, is “pleased to present the group's financial results for the year ended 31 March 2016”. The shares are though more than 9.5% lower, at 4.75p, in response. Hmmm…

6 days ago | By Cynical Bear |

CloudTag – A disappointing “jam tomorrow” stock since 2013

Being one of the few writers on ShareProphets yet to comment on the stock du jour of rampers everywhere (see HERE for the full coverage), I thought I’d take a visit down memory lane and see what lessons one can learn from CloudTag’s (CTAG) history. Guess what, it’s been promising jam tomorrow from the beginning.

6 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Stanley Gibbons: Good news and Bad

In a detailed update there is good news and bad from Stanley Gibbons (SGI). Let's start with the good news as it has been rare in coming from this company of late.

6 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Tern – placing at just 8p as share slide continues

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) has announced yet another fundraising this morning – this time at just 8p per share, raising £0.525 million. That won’t have gone down too well with those who ponied up at 12p back in February when the company raked in £1.1 million, or those who contributed to the £0.72 million placing at 12p last August.

6 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Imaginatik – shares down 32% on no news: statement needed!

Rob Terry darling, AIM-listed Imaginatik (IMTK) has seen its shares slide by 32% (last seen) this morning, yet there has been no news issued by the company since 28 June when it was announced that Rob Terry’s Quob Park Estate had seen its holding reduced to almost 5%. Surely a statement is needed to explain the share price movement.

6 days ago | By Steve Moore |

Brady – half year trading update review following my recent CEO chat

Following my recent chat with its CEO Gavin Lavelle, provider of energy, commodity and recycling software, Brady (BRY) “is pleased to provide a trading update for the half year to 30 June 2016”. Let’s take a look…

6 days ago | By Graham Neary |

IG Group - Why don't more of us own shares in this top quality business?

IG Group (IGG) is a company I’ve long admired and whose shares I’ve occasionally purchased on behalf of those I’ve worked for. It’s a truly unique business and has ploughed its own way through financial market volatility, achieving record results. The only question remains why so many of us who occasionally use this type of service, and so understand how the business works, aren’t invested in it too.

6 days ago | By Steve Moore |

DP Poland – trading update emphasises “confidence”, but what about valuation?

Last commenting on the company with the exclusive right to Domino's Pizza stores in Poland, DP Poland (DPP), I was sceptical of the valuation (and management greed). However, a “Trading Statement” announcement today sees the shares further higher. Hmmm…

6 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Octagonal - GIS files accounts: curiouser & curiouser said the white rabbit to John Gunn

After yesterday's farce of John Gunn's Octagonal (OCT) being forced to respond to an article by myself (HERE), it seems that Mr Gunn has been a busy boy. 

6 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - I feel old after ante natal class and more Horse Hill ramping

I spent the morning at an ante natal class with the Mrs. Hell's teeth I am a feminist don't you know? But the whole experience left me feeling just rather old and I discuss why. Then it is onto today's ramptastic news from Horse Hill and I explain what it actually means. I waltz through Gulf Keystone (GKP) - bear squeeze - Stanley Gibbons (SGI) - recovery play? - and Guscio (GUSC)  - Nigel Wray play. Then it is onto Tern (TERN), Gable (GAH), IGAS (IGAS) and Golden Saint (GSR) where I discuss why today's RNS really is just bollocks and how bulk sampling really works.

6 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Golden Saint – Licence Renewal….in two weeks

AIM-listed POS Golden Saint Resources (GSR) has announced that it I to renew its three exploration licences in Sierra Leone and that it will be making arrangements to pay the fees over the course of the next two weeks. But the detail of the RNS reveals just how desperate the company was for cash at the back end of 2015, and seems to suggest also that there wasn’t exactly a queue around the block outside the Sierra Leone National Minerals Agency to compete for these obviously highly prospective plots.

5 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey |

Galliford Try, Kicked in the Teeth by Brexit Could Be Worth a Try

Hello Share Swaggers. I've been looking at shares which suffered rather too much in the light of the Brexit vote. This kind of unlucky stock may now be a bargain, and some have already made big strides towards restoring their former glories. Today I look at one of my favourite house building companies, Galliford Try (GFRD).

1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Bulletin Board Moron of the Week: back for Worthington's Final collapse

As I noted earlier, Friday really could be Worthington's (WRN) last stand. No doubt its supporters on the LSE will have all sorts of excuses and will be blaming the usual suspects (me, Brexit, Evil) for their losses. This is too much of an opportunity to miss for we voyeurs of the moron community. But posts from other treads can also be submitted in the comments section below with a deadline of Sunday 24th July. I reckon Cloudtag (CTAG) and Highlands Natural (HNR) on the LSE and ADVFN asylums will prove happy hunting grounds.

33 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

14 new Investment ideas in July's UK Investor magazine - get your free copy now

From Gary Newman, Nigel Somerville, Steve Moore and myself there are 14 new investment ideas in the July UK Investor Magazine which is out now. I discuss the spirit of insurgehncy which caused Brexit and which is powering Donald Trump to the White House and its long term implications as well as the Global Recession which will hit the UK soon and it is nothing to do with Brexit! That and much more is free to read now just click on the link below.

1 day ago | By ShareProphets |

Your Complimentary Report, The Brexit Aftermath - IS IT ALL DOOM AND GLOOM?

Everyone's trying to work out what'll happen next in the Brexit story. Blood-curdling tales abound of the terrifying vengeance that Europe will now inflict on us for daring to reject it. The Brexit vote gave the FTSE a good kicking. A lot of people panicked, selling everything in fear of the uncertain future. That was a mistake, The FTSE is now racing ahead. So what next?

1 day ago | By Gary Newman |

Sound Energy looks terrible value at this price

Sound Energy (SOU) has been one of the best performing small oil companies this year in terms of its share price, but when you take a closer look it is hard to see how it justifies anywhere remotely close to its current valuation.

21 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Reader Post of the Day: Paul Scott dodges doomed Crowdmix

Paul posted this earlier in the comments section and it merits a wider audience. That is not only for exposing Paul's tragic date in music but also key lessons on tech investing. Over to the top share blogger.

1 day ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Shareholder activism – is a new broom set to sweep out AIM’s overpaid duffers?

One swallow does not a summer make, according to Aristotle. I guess he would baulk at two as well but it does seem that a few swallows are getting the idea. I refer, of course, to the growing number of AIM companies facing shareholder activism. It is a good thing.

1 day ago | By Cynical Bear |

Forte Energy – a seven month wait for an appalling RTO – SELL!

I’ve been following the Forte Energy (FTE) RTO story since prior to suspension last December and, after seven months, the admission document relating to the acquisition of BOS Global finally came out on Friday and thought I would give it a review; the one word version of which is: SELL!

24 hours ago | By Graham Neary |

CSF Group - An unusually dangerous value investment

Scouring the market or bargains has the unsurprising result that most (nearly all) of what you find are stock market duds. Unfortunately, I think that those investors who have piled into CSF Group (CSFG) and helped the price to treble on Friday are going to find that it is no exception. Indeed, it looks quite a bit riskier than the typical “value” investment.

3 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

The Guardian Newspaper set to lose £173 million but sadly years away from going bust

According to reports elsewhere in the deadwood press, the appalling left wing Guardian Newspaper is set to report a full year loss of £173 million. That is the good news. The bad news is that the Guardian it is years away from going bust.

5 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Frontera Resources: Management views shareholders with disdain, shares on watch list for death

Boy oh boy, SP Angel's Zac Phillips is on a roll. The City's best oil analyst today sinks his teeth into the management of Frontera Resources (FRR) who show "intellectual deficit, moral deficit, or both." The message for shareholders is a clear one (bail) in what is a superb vicious note from one of the few City analysts prepared to call out wrongdoing on AIM. Our hero writes:

1 day ago | By Nigel Somerville |

Kenmare – rescue refinancing sees just 7.45% support of Open Offer

Ireland- and London-listed Kenmare Resources (KMR) announced (after-hours, natch) on Friday that the open Offer element of its rescue refinancing package had met with just 7.45% support: hardly a ringing endorsement. Of course, since the Open Offer cash was headed straight into the hands of creditors rather than providing the business with much-needed working capital it was hardly an attractive proposition, not to mention the abject record of the board.

2 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Horse Hill – why are its shares so hard to value?

Horse Hill was incorporated on 10 December 2013.  Angus Energy was the founding shareholder of Horse Hill and after formation and being issued 300 shares exchange for the issue of licenses in the underlying oil fields ended up with 400 shares out of total of 1,000 shares. David Lenigas was appointed a director on 8 December 2014 and resigned as a director on 13 July 2015 and was a key promoter for some of the listed entities that now a large proportion of Horse Hill entity.

1 day ago | By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater |

Notes from Underground: Worth it

Ah, Worthington tops the leaderboard again.It's a brings back those halcyon days of yesteryear: Nick Clegg was deputy prime minister in a coalition; Boris Johnson was mayor of London and stuck on ziplines rather than being told to zip it; Brexit was a funny old idea that no one would be crazy enough to begin and Worthington was producing videos like this.

7 hours ago | By Malcolm Stacey |

Uncle Tom Thinks I'm Wrong. But He's Not Right.

Hello Share Twiners. If I am an optimistic bull as far as shares are concerned, then at least I am sometimes right. The current elevation of the Footsie, as it approaches 7,000 again, bears me out. Those who predicted a suicidal Footsie after Brexit were wrong. Many shares are simply blistering ahead, and show no reals signs of fizzling out. Yet Uncle Tom has just said in his bearcast that I am plain wrong to be so bullish.

4 hours ago | By David Scott |

This 'Market' Discounts Nothing except Monetary Cocaine

We are used to a world of distortion by politicians, but when it feeds into a financial system via central bankers we are right to proceed with extreme caution. Even the central banks themselves get confused by their own actions as the old models don’t work; currencies don’t react the way they are expected to; corporates don’t behave as they want them to.  Central Bankers and interventionist governments have knowingly distorted financial markets. They have stopped markets functioning as free markets.

3 hours ago | By Graham Neary |

William Hill, 888 and Rank to form a super-casino? Perhaps not

Gambling investors (investors in gambling companies, not investors who gamble) are today digesting confirmation that 888 (888) and Rank Group (RNK) are considering a possible offer for William Hill (WMH).

6 hours ago | By Gary Newman |

Savills offers good long term value and growth prospects

Estate agents and housebuilders plummeted after Britain voted to leave the EU, as the chances of a slump in the property market were seen by some as having increased as a result of that outcome. I have no doubt that some companies in these sectors will be badly hit, especially those whose business is focussed around higher end properties in London, such as Foxtons, but for others I see the recent drops in share price as presenting a buying opportunity, especially when taking a longer term view.

114 days ago | By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater |

22 Mistakes ALL investors in shares must avoid (Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron)

Get the new ebook by Tom Winnifrith, 22 Mistakes ALL investors in shares must avoid (Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron).

202 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Zak Mir: The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of Shares

49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of SharesGet the 2016 Edition of THE ebook by Zak Mir, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of Shares

237 days ago | By ShareProphets |

25 Tips for Trading in Small Cap Shares

25 Tips for Trading Small Cap Shares is the perfect read for anyone intested in investing in fast moving small cap shares. Written by experts in the AIM market, 25 Tips for Trading Small Cap Shares will get you up to speed in a a quick, easy to read eBook.

247 days ago | By ShareProphets |

The Ten Shares you must buy now for Christmas

ShareProphets Press' NEWEST book of 2015 is by Zak Mir. In it, the UK's most well-known technical analyst suggests the the shares you must buy now for Christmas.

262 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Eight shares to buy for the Christmas Rally - find out which ones NOW

ShareProphets Press' NEW book of 2015 is by Tom Winnifrith, Ben Turney, Chris Bailey and the whole ShareProphets team. In it, the editors of the UK's most compelling financial website look for the eight shares to take advantage of by buying ahead of the 'Santa Rally'.

328 days ago | By ShareProphets |

The Magnificent Seven: Seven shares to buy now thanks to the stock market crash

ShareProphets Press' fourth book of 2015 is by Tom Winnifrith and the ShareProphets team. In it, the editors of the UK's most compelling financial website look for the seven shares that are worth buying after the stockmarket crash.

329 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Zak Mir's 10 best share buys for Autumn 2015

ShareProphets Press' third book of 2015 is by Zak Mir. In it, the UK's most well-known technical analyst looks at the 10 best share buys for Autumn 2015.

380 days ago | By ShareProphets |

7 gold stocks to buy now - published this weekend - order your complimentary copy now

ShareProphets Press' fourth book of 2015 is by the writers of ShareProphets. Why now is the right time to buy gold and the seven stocks you should buy.

398 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Top Oil Stocks to buy for Summer 2015 - New ShareProphets Guide

ShareProphets Press' third book of 2015 is by the writers of ShareProphets. In it, the UK's most well-informed writers look at the best-bet oil stocks to buy for summer 2015.

416 days ago | By ShareProphets |

425 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Zak Mir: The Ten Stocks to buy for Summer 2015

ShareProphets Press' second book of 2015 is by Zak Mir. In it, the UK's most well-known technical analyst looks at the 10 best share buys for Summer 2015.

571 days ago | By ShareProphets |

49 Red Flags – how to avoid investing in shares that will plunge by Tom Winnifrith

ShareProphets Press' first book of 2016 is by Tom Winnifrith, The Man who exposed the fraud at Quindell. In it, Winnifrith demonstrates the forensic accounting techniques that he uses to expose the secrets that companies are trying to hide. No investor should be without it.

662 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Get FIVE Books by Tom Winnifrith worth £29 for free

Tom Winnifrith now has FIVE books all written within the past year on sale on Amazon.  Together they cost £29 but you can order all five for FREE today.

686 days ago | By ShareProphets |

EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks

EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks

 

Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explians how

717 days ago | By ShareProphets |

71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

 

Get the latest ebook by Tom Winnifrith and Robert Sutherland Smith, 71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

Together Robert Sutherland Smith and Tom Winnifrith have now been working in finance for 71 years - the last ten or so together. Tom wishes to stress that RSS accounts for most of that, the great value investor starting his City career at the Unilever Pension Fund the year before Tom was born. In this book they outline 71 tricks of the trade for making money from shares.

731 days ago | By ShareProphets |

The 49 Golden Rules of Making From from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks

The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks

 

Get the latest ebooks by Tom Winnifrith and Ben Turney, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks.

783 days ago | By ShareProphets |

Iain Maitland: The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property

The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property

Get the NEW ebook by Iain Maitland, The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property. Act fast - there are only 100 free copies available ahead of publication on Amazon on Monday. Pay £10.25 then and there or order a free copy now for despatch within 72 hours HERE.




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