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African Eagle (AFE) joined AIM from PLUS in June 2003. Today it is six months away from oblivion.
While it may be tempting to go with the downside for the shares of Bwin.party Digital Entertainment, what can be seen from the daily chart of the gaming group over the bulk of the past year is the way that there was a major base put, especially over the autumn and winter period.
I am still seething at how fundamentally Sefton Resources (SER) tried to hoodwink the market with the way it presented its results yesterday. In a near 25 year career I have never seen anything like it. It is truly scandalous.
The start of May delivered a very threatening appearance to the chart of Xxcite Energy, the stock which ironically is one of my favourite oil plays.
AIM and Canada-listed Aureus Mining (AUE) has announced the results of an optimised feasibility study as it seeks to progress its New Liberty gold project into Liberia’s first commercial gold mine.
Today’s near 100% share price rise for Vatukoula Gold Mines was flagged not once but twice over the past month on a technical basis on ShareProphets. But the question is whether there is more to come?
It is hard to know where to start with the 2012 Annual Results from AIM Cesspit listed director lifestyle, ooops meant to say oil production, company Sefton Resources (SER) there is so much in them that begs questions rather than providing real knowledge
I have been asked to give a technical view on LSL Property Services which has been tipped by Alpesh Patel. The fact he is richer, cleverer, better looking, has more friends and more hair than me, will not sway my analysis of the stock.
It’s with some fear I write a tip as a request from Tom W, because the last time I did it was on Channel 4’s Show Me the Money and I was ranked at the end of that series the top picker among 45 based on performance. So that’s going to be a hard act to follow.
In 2011 the Indonesian government revoked the EKCP licences of Churchill Mining (CHL). After several futile appeals against the decision, Churchill Mining decided to take matters to the ICSID, for a $1,054B claim, excluding interest.
FTSE-250 international engineering specialist serving a blue-chip client base in the oil and gas, petrochemical and mining and metals sectors, Kentz (KENZ) has emphasised in an AGM statement that it is “excited about the future prospects for the continued solid growth in the business and continuation of the excellent track record the company has delivered since listing”.
They can be few disagree that Playtech has been one of the stock market heroes of 2013 to date, even though this has been a rather crowded category given the extreme bullishness in almost all sectors of the market apart from the dreaded miners.
Although the impression may be given that on ShareProphets there is a certain lust for calling stocks to the downside, the situation at Bellzone Mining not only how false this impression is, but actually an innate bias to bullishness, which is appropriate against a backdrop of the stock market’s return towards its all-time highs.
On the face of it may appear that is a little late to get on the back of Solgold. This is especially the case given the way that the original buy signal here was on a break of the initial April 1 .5p resistance zone at the middle of last week.
Shareprophets.com resources writer Doc Holiday caught up with James Parsons, the CEO of AIM listed Sound Oil (SOU) last week for a short interview. Here’s the transcript.
Gold is on the brink. But the question is on the brink of what? This is shaping up to be one of the most exciting (nervous?!) periods for metal investors in recent years. A number of key charts are at extremely significant levels and patterns are forming all over the place. The confirmation or breakdown of these is likely to set the tone for the rest of this year’s trade.
Helped by a positive investment market performance and a £7.2 million foreign exchange gain (arising from appreciation of the Swedish Krona against Sterling), fully-listed holding company of life and pensions businesses, Chesnara plc (CSN), announced on Friday an approaching 11% (£33.7 million) increase in European Embedded value to £344.8 million (300.2p per share), as at 31st March 2013 compared to the end of 2012.
It should have been the case that December marked the start of a sustained rebound for shares in London Mining, from below the £1.20 zone.
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