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Early each year, we note the top shorted London-listed shares as at the start of the year. How did 2018's perform?...
Eagle Eye Solutions (EYE) “is pleased to announce the appointment of Shore Capital as joint corporate broker to the company with immediate effect”. Hmmm, why might that be?...
Fund manager Jaime Carrasco is a bundle of New Year cheer. Not! He assumes that markets are manipulated through excess money printing and suppression of some like gold and silver. Investors would likely be less interested in markets if the price of gold were much higher. Precious metals reveal the underlying market risks and the year ahead will probably bring additional risks but also opportunities.
I have had my threats for exposing the fraud that is Pacific Tycoon, a fraud that companies such as ADVFN (AFN) and others in UK financial services have been prepared to promote despite my exposes. It seems that Pacific now operates under two names, a reader (Daryl) has the whole scam banged to rights and relayed his experience on our comments section. This post merits a wider audience. Over to Daryl…
This is a typical AIM Cesspit tale of woe and greed. CSF Group (CSF) listed on the AIM casino in 2010, a smallish Malaysian company of no interest to anyone. But the advisers raked it in with fat fees and fat promises to the board and shareholders. Coke and hookers all round in the Square Mile. Wind forward to August 28 last year.
Having asked for readers tips for 2018 for the amazing prize of a meal with Tom Winnifrith (or the chance to fob it off on someone you don't like) HERE (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2018), the winner is...
Catenae Innovation (CTEA) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2018, including “the board saw the restructuring of the business as critical to delivering the new business strategy and became the primary focus for much of the year. The period saw the commencement of the recovery for the business with the introduction of the new product set and the board are pleased to see that the revised products areas are attracting both interest and revenues”…
This is good news. Expect more good news in early 2019. Wishbone Gold (WSBN) has announced that it has issued another 207,297,514 new ordinary shares to Sanderson Capital allowing the lender to convert 63% of its outstanding loans: £258,500 out of £407,141. The conversion price is based on the 30 day MA and is 0.1247p and Sanderson has agreed it will not sell any shares without permission, which we hope will not be given for some time...
Hello, Share Party People. My main New Year resolution is to have more fun. I’m too old to be working as a drone bee all the time and boosting my leisure time is now a priority. One way of pleasurably filling time - though not for this ancient punter - is to play electronic games on PlayStations and the like.
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. The twenty second and final tip is the third from Tom Winnifrith.
I start with this tip which really is hot. Then I look at the FTSE 100 and why targets for year end 2019 really are meaningless. I then give a target but you may well think that it understates my true level of bearishness. You would be right and I explain why.
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. Twenty-first up is the second from Tom Winnifrith
In 2017 Neil Woodford filed accounts for Woodford Investment Management, due by December 31, on December 20th. It was thus at a time when no-one was reading the financial press that it emerged that despite a shite year for his investors, for to the 12 months to March 31 2017, Neil himself had trousered £7 million in dividends as a reward for being so useless.
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. Twentieth up is a second from infamous bear raider Lucian Miers, the bard of the Boleyn
As (the worldwide eagerly awaited) who will win the 2018 readers tips competition draws ever-closer, the 2019 competition is now launched - and once again the prize is a meal with Tom Winnifrith, and if you dislike him you can fob it off on someone else! To enter, just put in the Comments to this article - on a once per username basis - one buy & one sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino (with the stocks not to be suspended at the commencement of 2019). Entry closes & prices are taken from midnight on Tuesday 1st January. Steve Moore will again report back monthly on how the competition is faring. Good luck all...
Following on from my five to sell for 2018, which resulted in a gain of 38% as a bear, 2019 seems to offer more pickings. After all, the markets are very wobbly and we have the chaos of Brexit to look forward to. So here are my five to dump now for 2019.
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. Nineteenth up is one from the team at HotStockRockets.
After 365 days of cracking financial journalism, here are the top 20 stories that ShareProphets readers were obsessed by.
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. Eighteenth up is a second from Steve Moore.
Well the year is up, the results are in and my pick of five AIM stocks to sell has offered up a pretty good result. I doubt these shares could easily have been shorted, but I hope readers managed to avoid them at least.
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