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Hello Share Smilers. Touch wood, I’ve been rather lucky with my share tips this year. So I’m now looking for penny companies which may replicate the success of some of my babies which may have reached the end of their rising tethers. It’s not easy. There is not much value out there.
It of late seems to have been particularly difficult times for restaurant groups and I today note an “AGM Statement and trading update” announcement from Franco Manca (40 sites) and The Real Greek (15 sites) group, Fulham Shore (FUL)...
This is a wide ranging bearcast and given my assertion that Charles Tatnall and James Longley are not fit to run the public lavatory at Athens Bus Station I thought I'd fill you in with a bit more detail about that place, what the job entails and why these scallywags are just not up to it. I cover in this podcast Papillion Holdings (PPHP), MySquar (MYSQ), ITM Power (ITM), Fulham Shore (FUL), TrakM8 (TRAK) and, of course, World War three. And ahead of 11 AM tomorrow I remind you to ALL SIGN UP HERE NOW!
If you look at the FTSE-350 names reporting today there is something of a thematic bias with names like Barratt Developments (BDEV) and Berkeley Group (BKG) updating investors with their latest.
I wonder if my pal Paul Scott, the UK's top share blogger, has headed up to the post industrial grim urban wastlelands of Coventry for the AGM and investor open day of TrakM8 (TRAK). As someone who grew up near there I would not wish such a fate on anyone let alone a sensitive soul like Paul. Anyhow if a day in the place that gave us "Living in a ghost town" is not bad enough he will also have to digest a trading statement crafted by evil PR genius and crony capitalist Reg Hoare which ...leave a lot to be desired in term transparency. I would expect nothing less.
A week after my last piece on Papillon Holdings (PPHP) in which I slated the directors Charles Tatnall and James Longley, for their shocking behaviour, I can’t help but comment on this morning’s RNS stating that the long-awaited RTO with a failed gambling business is off. Who would have thought?
Interesting to see a new tech IPO this week with appScatter (APPS) joining AIM yesterday, raising £9 million at 65p. I thought I should take a look and only have the three concerns; the management team, the business model and the valuation! Taking each in turn:
The City's number one oil analyst Zac "the knife" Phillips of SP Angel has this morning torn into much ramped AIM dog Frontera Resources (FRR). I think you can take it that what the Knife means is BARGEPOLE!. Over to the great man:
I am going to Dublin on October 6th to do my utmost to see Professor Richard Conroy and loyal sidekick Maureen Jones booted out of the company they founded and have used as a lifestyle business for far too long - and replaced by Messrs Johnson, Heddle & O'Sullivan as I noted HERE. The way that the Prof sodomised democracy at the last Conroy Gold & Natural Resources (CGNR) GM means that he is not fit to run a pissoir in Bora Bora let alone a PLC. So what dirty tricks do you think Prof Moriaty will use this time: You vote - deadline midnight tonight.
We hope that you bought shares in Falanx (FLX) at sub 6p the other day as we told you to do. Even though that was well up on our 4.25p offer share tip level. The stock closed previously at 6p-6.5p, but we have now had a cracking trading statement. Told y'all!
Although you can’t currently trade shares in Central Asia Metals (CAML), given my bullishness on the company I felt that I should take a look at the current situation following news of a suspension in trading at the start of the week.
Okay, broker Palisade Capital focuses on resource plays so it is talking its own book. With that caveat, a short note it put out the other day caught my eye. It wrote: When gold began to rally in late 2015, investors breathed a sigh of relief. The longest resource bear market was finally over, and capital slowly began finding its way back into the mining sector.
Hello, Share Scramblers. As my shares in IQE (IQE) were sold in anticipation of a lacklustre set of figures, I am now looking for new homes for the profits I made. I had contemplated diving back into IQE once the share price had re-settled, but I cannot see it becoming another ASOS now.
The August edition of the UK Investor Show Magazine is live featuring six share tips, the one gold share that all must own, and six reasons why the stock market may crash in 2017 and much more.
Shares in EG Solutions (EGS) have recently been soaring on the back of updates including “a real sense of momentum within the business”, “now expects results to be ahead of market expectations” and “another significant long-term contract win which not only underpins our future revenue streams but also creates an exciting partnership with a major customer in the UK”. Now there's a “Recommended cash offer” announcement. Must be great news then. Well, Er…
Premaitha (NIPT) has announced that it has been approved for Brazilian Good Manufacturing Practice for the company's IONA test by Brazil's regulatory authority, the Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária. Jolly good news and it strengthens the story, but it is not the elephant in the room is it?
Previously writing on mobile financial services company Vipera (VIP) in June as the shares rose above 6p, I questioned will it again need to be fundraising ahoy and concluded to avoid. The company is now “pleased to announce its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2017” - but the market isn’t so pleased, sending the shares back to 6p…
I previously wrote on UK automobiles company Cambria (CAMB) in January as the shares slipped below 60p on the back of an AGM trading update. They subsequently recovered to 75p+, but have fallen back in recent months – and are now again sub 60p on the back of a trading update announcement…
I think I have said all that needs to be said about China trainwreck BNN Technology (BNN) in yesterday's bearcast - the one the Mrs dubbed crude. What a compliment!. BNN is toast but just as an aside its now suspended CEO Darren Mercer seems to have some unusual financing arrangements with the company. And there is the matter of Peover.
My relative radio silence since yesterday is explained by this video. Today's bearcast is my last recorded from Greece for almost three months. The view from where I record is spectacular. The only question is whether I can upload it given how piss poor the internet is here. I look at 88 Energy (88E) and see massive problems ahead, comment on BNN (BNN) and Telit (TCM) and that brings me to the issue of management. It is critical in investing. Ceteris paribus, would you rather a company you were invested in was run by our own Steve Moore or by Big Dave Lenigas?
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