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February edition of UK Investor Magazine -Making Money in a Bear Market

By Tom Winnifrith | Tuesday 1 March 2016


 


The February edition of UK Investor Show magazine is now live featuring company interviews with Kefi Minerals and Coinsilium, three sells (from myself, Tom Winnifrith), gold (caveat emptor), how to make money in a bear market and more. You can download your free copy below.

 


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3 comments

  1. More shite about LGO . You dont know the banks current stance , you dont know the cash position currently and you dont know the oil output currently or the cash burn at present . You dont know if a large shareholder will come in with a loan if needed . Infact you actually know jack shite apart from what was in the last RNS . Its all guess work . Finally you dont know if or when oil price will recover . lets see what transpires .

  2. Wildrides – if SP know jack shit where dos it leave you holding shit? Do not see the logic!

  3. March investor magazine brilliant as usual , but almost impossible to read in latest format on a tablet, it jumps about refuses to show whole page and really hard to make writing bigger without losing half.
    Totally agree with brexit,, fat cats and euro ponces terrified the gravy train might end unless they can scare the mugs, and the worst one let it slip that wages for those on the breadline would definitely go up, so whats not to like


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