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The country’s, easily, largest and ,certainly, most exciting, one day event for those who want to make more money from shares, UK Investor, is still nearly six months away but already more than two thirds of the 135 exhibitor PLC stands have been reserved. And we have an almost complete all star speaker line-up headed by Luke Johnson, Vin Murria, Mark Slater & Nigel Wray...
Following a corporate results season, here's a October ShareProphets China AIM 'Filthy Forty' performance update...
A “Customer wins” announcement from Corero Network Security (CNS), including President and EVP Sales & Marketing, Andrew Lloyd, emphasising “to have secured another new customer for our 100Gbps SmartWall technology following a rigorous selection process is particularly pleasing and highlights the key competitive advantages and uniqueness of our solution”. Ok, so what’s the order detail?...
Today's podcast is from my portable studio in Greece, today parked in the rain at Kalamata marina. Today I look at MX Oil (MX), MySquar (FRAUD), IQE (IQE) and Urals Energy (UEN).
A trading update from “online service provider for trading Contracts for Differences”, Plus500 (PLUS) including “in the three months ended 30 September 2018, the company's revenue was $100.1 million, a decrease of 14% compared to the same period last year. This period included two months (August and September) of trading post the newly implemented ESMA regulations”. The shares have currently responded, er, more than 6% higher, back above 1300p!…
Gold and gold shares have had a good mini-run/recovery. But there is more to come claims Jordan Roy Byrne, the only technical analyst who is not a complete saddo/fool. All is explained in the latest video from Palisade Capital
Technical fluid power products supplier Flowtech Fluidpower (FLO) has updated on trading including “revenue during the first nine months of the current financial year increased by 54%, of which 6.7% was organic… Since reporting our HY1 2018 results and market update in September the business has experienced a solid trading period which remains in line with market expectations”. The shares have currently responded slightly higher, but a still sub 120p share price compares to approaching 180p last month. Hmmm…
As I described a couple of months ago HERE, one of my investing highlights of 2018 has been the bid by the soda behemoth Coca-Cola for the Costa Coffee business of Whitbread (WTB). This left the FTSE-100 name with one major asset, its hotels business Premier Inn...and a bunch of speculation about whether it would look to encourage bids for this asset too...or use some of its windfall to accelerate the growth of the value-centric hotel brand.
I noted the other day that Neil Woodford seems to have been on a bit of a selling spree, having dumped shares in our Big Short BCA Marketplace (BCA) and more recently in Hostelworld (HSW), Forterra (FORT), Horizon Discovery (HZD) and Homeserve (HSV). But I see that the great man has been topping up his holding in Purplebricks (PURP).
Shares in BP (BP.) approached 600p as summer dawned and again earlier this month. They’ve been hit in the recent sell-off though, despite - already offering a hefty dividend - the second quarter results having emphasised “momentum and the strength of our financial frame… we are increasing our dividend for the first time in almost four years. This reflects not just our commitment to growing distributions to shareholders but our confidence in the future”…
Hello, Share Shunters. It is a source of continuing wonder to me that so many hotels exist. Why do huge armies of people feel the need to leave their comfortable homes to stay in featureless boxes, often in strange and unattractive places, all the time? Never mind, they do and that often makes hotel chains a worthy investment.
I daresay we’ve all had the email from a Nigerian General to say we’ve inherited some huge amount of cash from an unknown relative – and all we need to do is hand over our bank details to see the account promptly emptied. But I’ve had an email from a US Army Sergeant making an offer I cannot refuse. All they need are my personal details and I get $6.2 million from a complete and total stranger. What’s not to like!
“LightwaveRF plc (LWRF), the leading smart home solutions provider, is pleased to announce that the Tech Industry ratings publication Trusted Reviews has described Lightwave as a stand out system”. Hmmmmmm…
AIM-listed Conroy Gold and Natural Resources (CGNR) has announced a new gold outcrop discovery in Ireland, between its Clontibret gold deposit and the Corcaskea gold target. So will this discovery transform the company’s prospects, or – bearing in mind that it has to report year-end results to May of this year by the end of next month – does this news mark the beginning of a pre-placing ramp?
A few weeks ago I covered the fact that Bellzone Mining (BZM) looked to be in serious trouble, and following recent developments it looks in an even worse state now. This share has been a recent favourite of the pump and dump crews, as the uncertainty over its future has caused the share price to be incredibly volatile and no doubt some will have made money from these daily fluctuations. But what really amazes me is that so many PIs seem willing to buy into a share which already had a very high chance of failure, and even more so now.
The parasite problem affecting markets that is harder to see and may be even more dangerous that the fallout of printing money out of nowhere is “active” versus “passive” investing.
Shares in Safestyle UK (SFE) are currently approaching 30% higher today, above 70p, on the back of a “Commercial Agreement” announcement…
Today's bearcast comes from the Corinth Canal and covers MX Oil (MX), Versarien (VRS), Pantheon Resources (PANR) and Andrew Monk's poor old mum being bullied by her stockbroker son about her will and tax planning. Actually I make a serious point on this issue for poor old Mrs Monk
When a share price suffers a setback, often it is the evil cabal of short sellers who are blamed by retail investors. In the case of Versarien (VRS), even CEO Neill Ricketts is at it.
Shares in Anglo Asian Mining (AAZ) had recently risen materially, to approaching 75p. They then though slipped back – but recent news looked to have justified the earlier move and more and with gold now starting to motor thanks to stockmarket and bond market jitters...
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