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When I lit up the screen to check the final trading statement from AB Foods (ABF) yesterday I saw that with a kind of historic romance, the shares price had met its Waterloo at 1815p. Last week, when I started looking at the equity to try to discover - unavailingly - why one major investment bank concluded it would ‘outperform’ the share price was above 1900p. Last seen, it had gone through 1815p to 1810p. It will get worse.
Amara Mining (AMA) has released results today which are truly dreadful. The world’s No 1 mining analyst (in that he is independent and is prepared to tell it as it is) Roger Bade of Whitman Howard sums up what is a truly dismal situation well. Bade writes.
That is the question posed by David Franklin, the chief economist at Sprott Group in the company’s latest newsletter. Conspiracy theorists among the gold bugs have long argued that it has been. I kind of think it might be. Over to the Sprott camp.
Following a positive trading update from global project management and technical consultancy WYG plc (WYG) last week, researcher Edison has now added its views to the reaction - concluding that it believes the shares offer greater value than headline price-earnings multiples suggest
International provider of audio visual equipment and services to the live events, broadcast and entertainment industries, Avesco Group (AVS) has announced results for the three months ended 30th June, reflecting “difficult trading conditions” and seeing it “now believe that it is likely that the group's results for the full year to 30 September 2013 will be below previous market expectations” But!
International specialist staffing company SThree plc (STHR) last week updated on its third quarter, ended 25th August. This led me to update HERE and the following adds the views of the company’s brokers to this…
It seems that the market mood is changing and the next beneficiary could be AIM listed Obtala Resources (OBT) – the hot money is buying and reckons that the shares will rocket from 6.625p in the middle today.
I met up today with Sally Schofield, the executive chairman of AIM listed Edenville Energy (EDL), and Rufus Short, NED, in the wake of today’s publication of a scoping study on the Rukwa coal project in Tanzania.
Following my letter to Pinsent Masons senior partner Chris Mullen on Friday there must be a lot of head scratching round at the bunker of the bully buy lawyers to Sefton Resources. Can Pinsents continue with this case without falling foul of the regulators at the SRA? I think not. Is it enjoying the publicity? I know not. As such…
With gazillions of shares in issue and on the back of a terrible run for the sector the share price of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) has been free falling from 6p since July 2011. But…
An open letter sent today to Chris Mullen, the senior partner at Pinsent Masons. I shall keep you posted on the response.
Specialist engineering, technology and professional services recruitment group Matchtech (MTEC) has announced what looks a compelling bolt-on acquisition…
Shares in international specialist staffing group Empresaria (EMR) presently trade at 32p-35p on the back of the company’s results release for the first half of 2013. Having added the shares to the Penny Share portfolio of my Nifty Fifty website at a 28.5p offer price in January, the following reflects my current view.
International specialist staffing company SThree plc (STHR) has updated on its third quarter, ended 25th August, noting “a sequential improvement in our performance over the second quarter, led by Contract and our newer sector disciplines” (Energy and Pharma & Biotech). However, ...
Some of London’s hotter small cap players have, I hear, been having a nibble at AIM listed Paragon Diamonds (PRG) and reckon that the shares are set to rocket on news next week. At 4.875p the company is valued at £11.6 million.
I tipped Sound Oil (SOU) on 17th May at 7.875p. The shares are now 11.5p. Not bad. But things are moving along nicely. The company announced on 4th September some pretty good news.
I first looked at holding company of life and pensions businesses, Chesnara plc (CSN) on this website in May HERE – concluding that at 245p the shares looked an attractive investment proposition, particularly for income seekers. The following updates post interim results from the company at the end of last month and subsequent reaction from its joint broker, Panmure Gordon…
AIM and ASX listed Thor Mining (THR) is a mineral and Development Company with an advanced tungsten/molybdenum project poised for development and exciting precious and base metal exploration projects. A £3.2 million market cap does not discount this.
A mutual pal asked both Evil Knievil and I to assist in a small way in a recent placing at 1.3p for Inspirit (INSP) on AIM. I, or rather RMPC, assisted in a small way on this one as did Mr K
There was a report earlier this week that a big international investment bank has ranked Associated British Foods (ABF) shares as ones to outperform. So I have cast my eye over this equity. I took a preliminary look at the share price noting that the shares are not only way above the five year trend line support but that the share price pattern has formed what technical analysts call a double top; generally regarded as a harbinger of doom.
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