Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: 2 massive rule changes AIM MUST make in the wake of the Cloudtag scandal & the issue of blame
UPDATED: Reader Poll: which Nomad is so morally bankrupt/financially desperate it will act for the Cloudtag fraud? - its Not Allenby
Red Flags at Night – NED-share-pledge-for-loan at Lobster-pot China play MiLoc and the read-across to F40 Jiasen
Exclusive Photo Article: Cloudtag Onitor heart rate product used on CTAG shareholders for the first time today.
Published 171 days ago
Hello Share Swaddlers. There are some companies which don't appeal to me because I prefer businesses which do solid trade in things like engineering, transport, oil, mining, banking and the like. Some may caustically say: much good has it done me. And so I sometimes look for companies with a more esoteric feel (to me anyway) to try and redress the balance.
Published 180 days ago
Often it can be hard to value companies in the media sector, and at times quite a lot of future revenue potential is being factored into the current share price and the rate of growth plays a big part in that.
Published 392 days ago
Hello Share Scrunchers. Am I the only one who doesn’t see how advertising can possibly justify the huge sums spent on it? If someone interrupts one of my TV programmes by trying to get me to buy a certain breakfast cereal, am I likely to rush out and buy it at the earliest opportunity? One can only assume that there is something subconscious at work here, which makes you buy the stuff on an involuntary basis.
Published 928 days ago
Hello Share Teamsters: That big independent telly firm ITV (ITV) has had a remarkable recovery. Over the last two years it has become more than a four bagger. That is because the Credit Crunch decimated the advertising industry. Who wants to advertise when nobody has the cash to buy anything? But now that growth is back, so is advertising.