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Hotel Chocolat – strong half-year results & “confident of further progress”, but are the shares a buy?
NCC Group – All Credibility Gone? So asks Ramper Roger Lawson of ShareSoc whose credibility went years ago.
Published 29 days ago
Frankie & Benny's, Chiquito, Coast to Coast and Brunning & Price operator, Restaurant Group (RTN) has announced a “Post Close Trading Update” including that “results are expected to be in line with previous guidance”. However, the shares are currently more than 10% lower, heading towards 300p (though a still more than £600 million market cap), in response...
Published 43 days ago
Hello Share Cravers. Whitbread (WTB) is a name which still conjures up old-fashioned pubs and breweries. Not necessarily a great business to be in that, as pubs seem to close down all over the shop.
Published 361 days ago
Sports Direct (SPD) has had a very bad few months, during which time it has seen around 40% wiped off of its market valuation.
Published 382 days ago
Premier Foods (PFD) has disappointed investors over the last couple of years but I think it could be on the verge of turning things around.
Published 398 days ago
Hello Share Swillers. Last year, I suggested that Wetherspoon (JDW) might be a reasonable choice for investors. Uncle Tom, who disagreed strongly with my view, might be gratified to learn that I’ve changed my mind.
Published 511 days ago
This is the video of the debate between myself and the Evil bankster ( a nice guy actually) on the Motion The National Living Wage Screws the Poor. I spoke for the motion and modesty prevents me from revealing the result...you will have to watch until the end.
Published 525 days ago
Naturally I shall be speaking for the motion. The debate takes place at Free Speech & Liberty Pizza House at 91-95 Clerkenwell Road at 6.30 PM on Monday 28 September. I very much hope that some ShareProphets readers turn up to support the poor and cheer me on. It is also...
Published 589 days ago
Tim Martin of JD Wetherspoon has today commented on the moronic plans of George Osborne to put SME's out of business, ooops I meant to say to pushing the minimum wage up to £9. For Paul "Trotsky" Scott, "Red" Darren Atwater and others here are some hard maths. Just who is subsidising who? Look at how much profit JD makes per pub and how much tax that pub generates. Over to my hero of the day Tim Martin:
Published 592 days ago
Sorry to go back to the national Living wage of that twat George Osborne but the piffle spouted by its supporters grows by the day. Businesses paying £7.50 an hour are not subsidised by the State. I give you the real maths, the maths on why Osborne's measure makes the working poor worse off and why he has done this and what he should have done. I am such an angry capitalist I really am thinking of packing it all in. This country no longer deserves entrepreneurs.