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Seed Innovations – investee company updates and still other IPO potential: BUY

Seed Innovations (SEED) is pleased to note that the company in which it holds 7,324,796 shares, Little Green Pharma (ASX:LGP), has announced its largest single-strain offtake quantity contract to date, with a minimum take or pay commitment of $7.5 million over 30 months." This follows the company in which it holds 4,427,609 shares, Yooma Wellness (CSE & AQSE - YOOM), announcing that its fourth quarter saw revenue of US$5.3 million, exceeding previous forecasts”.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: UK Investor & harassed by a herd of cows leaving me in utter agony

I was not at the show, but have had feedback. What were your takeaways from Vin Murria, Adam Reynolds, Nigel Wray et al? Please do post in the comments section. Instead, I was on a 23-mile walk. I report on the good news and also how, thanks to a herd of cows, I am in complete agony tonight. Photos tomorrow, as bed beckons. Think of my complete pain and, if you are among the 95% of listeners yet to donate, please do so HERE.

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The Shares You should Choose and the Ones You Might Want to Shun

Hello Share Placers. Now that folks seem to take Covid in their stride, with few bothering to wear masks any more, you might think the best sectors in which to buy shares stay unchanged. But that’s not the case. Some companies face better prospects post pandemic and some risk a bleaker outlook.

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STG

Strip Tinning – director share purchase doesn’t inspire recovery confidence...

Previously writing on supplier of specialist connectors to the automotive sector Strip Tinning Holdings (STG), earlier this week I noted the shares down to 115p from a 185p AIM IPO little over three months earlier after a trading warning, though the company stating “great care is being taken to ensure that overheads are reduced where appropriate in line with lower than budgeted sales… in addition, the company is currently putting through a number of price rises across its product range”. And now a director share purchase. Good news?...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: slagging me off in an interview won't land you a job

Tomorrow's training walk really will start at 4.30 AM. I promise. If you are among the naughty 95% yet to donate, please do so HERE. After that, there is more work on the Ha-Ha, ahead of a new idea which I will announce next week. I start with how NOT to get a job, when I was the one who got you an interview! I end with why this year, it will be I, not Malcolm, who calls the housebuilders right. In between, I discuss a share my SIPP bought yesterday; the fund and games with VinMurria at M&C Saatchi (SAA); Cellular Goods (CBX); and THG (THG)

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DeepMatter – contract announcements, attempted ramptastic?...

‘Digital chemistry data and software’ group DeepMatter (DMTR) states that it is “delighted” to be working with Springer Nature to provide the “leading global research publisher” with products and services making sharing research data faster, easier and more impactful. So what of a current more than 4% higher share price response to 0.12p?...

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Video: Stay in cash now, look to buy gold in H2

Analyst, Chris Puplava, argues that Fed rate hikes don’t always result in recessions. He believes there is no spare capacity to compensate for a slowdown and, therefore, the Fed is limited in its ability to control inflation. The November elections are always a factor, and he doesn't expect the Fed will tighten aggressively into the fall. Mortgage rate hikes, he argues, are already impacting the housing markets, as the interest rate pain threshold has been more pronounced with every debt cycle.

TheWorks.co.uk plc – reckons can deliver further sales growth… but consumer pressures starting to bite?

Arts, crafts, toys, books and stationery retailer TheWorks (WRKS) has issued a full-year trading update including “trading performance… well ahead of pre-COVID levels… net cash of £16.3m… Dividend re-instated; the board expects to recommend a dividend of approximately 2.4 pence per share alongside its FY22 results in September and maintain a progressive dividend policy thereafter”. With though also the EBITDA forecast only “reiterated”, what of a current more than 13% increased share price to 57p?...

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DCC may be a boring FTSE 100 name for some…but I still like it

I am a bit of a fan of DCC plc (DCC), the “leading international sales, marketing and support services group with a clear focus on performance and growth…operate through three divisions: Energy, Healthcare and Technology”. Back in late December I called it one of my tips of the year for 2022. So how is it getting on?

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Imperial Brands – interims, still some Income value

Imperial Brands (IMB) has announced results for its half year ended 31st March 2022 emphasising “stabilisation of our core combustible business” and “successful consumer trials validate our approach and strengthen our confidence in our Next Generation Product strategy”. This sounds encouraging.

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Thursday


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Verditek statement needed asap – the Fat Lady is gargling, is she not?
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Eurasia Mining- if its new director is independent (as claimed) I am a banana
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Wednesday


BT Finds a New Bed-Mate for Sport and the Future Rings Brighter
Strip Tinning – trading warning little over three months since listing!, AIM IPO roll-call of shame...
Burberry – don’t expect me to buy any of its 2022-23 ranges…but I still think the shares are cheap
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Argo Blockchain – Q1 numbers an attempted distraction from the current emergency
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Jubilee Metals – expansion delivery, financial delivery to follow...
Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Special Agent Dick Barton fecks it up

Tuesday


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Victorian Plumbing – interims, but I thought the June last year IPO was ‘an exciting next step on the growth journey’?...
Accrol – ‘successfully navigating inflationary pressures and well positioned’. Really?...
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David Lenigas - yet another apology
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