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Crawshaw (CRAW) has announced results for its half year ended 30th July 2017, including emphasising “progress made against strategy to position Crawshaws as Britain's leading value butcher, delivering great quality fresh meat at the lowest possible price”. However, the shares have responded more than 12% further lower to 18p…
AIM-China play Grand Group (GIPO) has released its interims to 30 June – one day ahead of the suspension of its shares on the world’s most successful growth market – about which there was no comment at all! This is therefore the last call to gain an exit ahead of suspension.
Hello Share Crimpers. Dividend hunters among you may want to consider SSE (SSE) shares. The prospective yield of Blighty’s third biggest supplier of electricity and gas is a juicy 6.7%. It’s attained this jolly figure after increasing its pay-outs every year since the turn of this century.
We know how much you all like a good competition - especially when there is no prize whatsoever! So with deadline day tomorrow for interims - and a good few still being worked on it seems - how many disappointments will we get by the close of the RNS system tomorrow night?
Following my rare buy tip on Frontier Smart Technologies (FST) back in May (HERE), I am happy to update my views following the expected strong interims this morning. The share price is moving nicely upwards and there is more to come over time in my view.
As Tom Winnifrith pointed out on today’s Bearcast, there seems to be no value in contractual arrangements any more. Shares subject to a lock-in? No problem, we’ll sell them anyway. And that brings me to K3 Capital Group (K3C). Like Tom, I have no idea what the company does and frankly nor do I care. But I do wonder whether things are going quite so well at the company in the light of this morning’s news. It wasn’t the sales which concerned me (although that was bad enough), it was what came with them.
Main market-listed Entertainment One (ETO) is a company I had a soft spot for until not so long ago, but the voting results from its AGM yesterday leave rather a bitter taste – especially in view of the company’s reaction to it.
I have never smoked and have no plans ever to but I am enough of a libertarian to take the view that if individuals want to light up after knowing everything that medical science has discovered about tobacco over the last couple of generations then that is their business. And so I do periodically invest in the tobacco sector.
Any new IPO in the natural resources sector tends to grab my attention, and whilst there are plenty of them where I wouldn’t even consider investing my money, occasionally one comes along which looks to have a bit more potential. That would appear to be the case with Curzon Energy (CZN).
As I explained in today's bearcast, Professor Moriaty, the founder and chairman of the AIM listed lifestyle company pretending to develop a gold mine that is Conroy Gold & Natural Resources (CGNR) is currently the Number One target of the Sheriff of AIM and I am flying to Dublin on 6 October to nail him.
Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive of Ryanair after arriving in a hotel in Manchester went to the bar and asked for a pint of Guinness.
On today's bearcast I look at K3 Capital Group (K3C) and ask when is a legally binding lock in not a lock in? If I hear another fat cat CEO say that he is dumping shares "in response to institutional demand" I think I shall scream. I have some observations about and (unanswered) questions for BNN (BNN) and its - suspended - CEO Darren Mercer. I have some observations about the democracy hating Professor Moriaty of Conroy Gold & Natural Resources (CGNR) and then a few observations from Paul Scott and myself about Boohoo (BOO).
Okay the researcher is paid so is not impartial, but Align shows it believes by using its fees to buy shares which it holds. So as paid for researchers go it is more credible than most. It has initiated coverage of Wishbone Gold (WSBN). We see these shares as a buy at up to 0.85p with a 1.3p target to sell. Align is more bullish. It notes, in precis,
Hello Share Swaggers. I’ve not covered John Laing Group (JLG) before, though maybe I should have done. Despite my recent post that oil is still worth investing in, as renewable sources are nowhere close to filling the gap, there is plenty of scope for a company like John Laing to grow its extensive renewables programme.
Immedia (IME), which describes itself as “a supplier of multi-media content and digital audience engagement solutions for leading brands and global businesses” (i.e. it supplies audio visuals and data analytics) emphasises in results for the first half of 2017 that “the board remains confident that the outlook for the group is positive”. However, the shares are currently down 16% on the day to 21p…
RM2 International (RM2) gets the silver medal in the Results Preview five horse race having released its interims this morning. I was keen to see progress on the funding but there is nothing definite on that front although there’s nothing to worry about out as the management have got it covered – yeah right!
Having IPO’d on AIM in December at 167p per share with CEO Ian Mann stating “we are excited by the opportunities that now present themselves”, shares in cyber security group ECSC (ECSC) were 450p before a June trading warning. Now worse has followed…
There may not be a Bearcast tomorrow as I have wall to wall meetings in the madhouse that is London. On today's podcast I look at Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN), Watchstone (WTG), ECSC (ECSC), Defenx (DFX) and Falanx (FLX)
Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party are going to have a field day with a £650 million fat cat scandal which will explode within months at £7 billion FTSE 100 housebuilder Persimmon (PSN). Even as an ardent capitalist I am nauseated by this example of obscene fat cattery which shames capitalism,
Congrats to Kibo Mining (KIBO) for being the first of my preview targets to release results this week and, as my preview predicted, cash was pretty sparse, hence the £500,000 new funding announced this morning. Not a bad deal all in all but not sure what the directors are playing at.
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