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Yesterday Falcon Oil & Gas (FOG) announced that it is purchasing between 5 and 7% of the 8% royalty on its Australian properties. The market seems to have missed how significant this is in terms of enabling the group to secure a farm out on the acreage.
In December 3rd’s COT report gold producers (the producer/merchant/processor/users group) became positioned net long for the first time since the CFTC started producing the COT reports in September 2009. This is critical.
It is not difficult to see why the CEO of Gulf Keystone (GKP) Todd Kozel sold out of the bulk of its holding in the Iraq focused oil and gas group in April, given the way that even at the best of times the price action here can be almost heart-attack inducing.
EMED Mining (EMED) has announced that it has conditionally raised £5.5 million (before expenses) to “be largely applied in funding engineering and related works in connection with the re-start of the Rio Tinto copper project and for general working capital”.
Call me a contrarian, but whenever I hear about index changes I think opportunity...specifically for those companies being ejected, whose shares can come under pressure due to those oh-so-clever tracker funds being forced to automatically hit the sell button. So when I read that…
Sirius Minerals (SXX) today served up predictably dismal results for the six months to September 30th. Jessie J reckons that I should forget about the price tag and it is not about the money. My view is that her analysis of Sirius is wrong. It is all about the money. Or rather lack of it.
Salamander Energy (SMDR) shares have crumbled from 200p+ to a measly 102p – I cannot imagine shareholders are sending the board Christmas cards this year. But I sense a partial recovery is on the way.
Hello Share Magnates: There are some share people who only buy Footsie shares. They think that is safer. Except that it is not always safe.
It’s always nice being on the money and today I have been bang on it.
This is turning into a bit of a crunch time for the FTSE100. The Santa Rally has faded and the index has been treading water since the start of December.
Electric Word (ELE) has updated on “good progress in 2013 in what has been a year of significant change, including at board level”. The company’s year to 30th November 2013 saw a new Chairman and Finance Director appointed, with it now updating that “trading is in line with the board's expectations, with profit growth in the Sport & Gaming division complemented by increased investment in Education”.
Petropavlovsk (POG), otherwise known as the “POG Dog” has certainly lived up to its name in the recent past in terms of disappointing Gold bugs looking for the big recovery in the asset class of the related equities since the end of 2011.
The FTSE 100 started what looks like a short term advance but beware, tonight we have an important announcement at 7pm. The FOMC meeting announcement will reveal the Fed's intentions with regard to QE and scaling back asset purchases.
We ran a piece yesterday by Doc Holiday on Petrel Resources (PET) and on its bosses Dr John Teeling and David Horgan. I approved it for publication because I like Shareprophets writers to say what they think not what I might think. But I think it was harsh on the Irish fellows.
It has been easy to sound like a broken record regarding the technical prospects for Centamin (CEY). So here I go again: the shares are still a buy.
The AGM statement from Inspirit (INSP), which we tipped on our Hot Stock Rockets website at a 1.8p offer price on November 25th did not exactly bring the buyers rushing out in droves. In a brief couple of lines the company stated:
I have a bad feeling that it will be me rather than my young apprentice sending a £50 donation to Woodlarks as a result of losing our Christmas spread betting challenge. The force is not with me on this one.
Hello Share Chums: Many people I meet with an interest in the golden game, expect the Footsie to take off. They looked forward to it in the period just before Christmas. But so far it has not happened.
Are you a customer of t1ps.com Ltd? Have you considered attending its dismal Master Investor show? No? Well, with less than two dozen stands we can’t blame you either. But as the company advertises for your custom has it pointed out one little matter? It went into administration last Tuesday and its sole director has quit. What, it did not tell you that?
Following last week’s announced recommended offer for Andor Technology (AND), Oxford Instruments has notified that the offer document is being posted today to Andor Shareholders, together with the related form of acceptance, with the offer to initially remain open for acceptance until 1.00 p.m. on 7th January. The following updates with Andor shares currently at 523p.
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