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I am generally speaking a gold bug, I believe gold will go higher, the long term fundamentals support that, but whether gold goes higher this year or 5 years from now, I don’t know. The reality is the market forecasts for gold are between 1000/oz., and 5000/oz., anytime within the next 5 years. To quote Mr. Keynes, “the market can remain irrational for longer than you can remain solvent”. Based on that I prefer producers with solid margins, and solid management that are undervalued based on fundamentals. I believe Petropavlovsk (POG) to be in that category.
It is logical that the longer a stock or market takes to build a base, the greater the recovery when it eventually arrives will be. This could be what will be on tap at DX Group over the near term with the idea being that there will be a decent improvement in favour of the bulls.
And so we have another of the occasional bearcasts. Drawn away from raspberries and the good news that Chapter 1 of the novel is completed, by the preposterous David Lenigas I comment on that but then also on why I am bearish on equities and then to what sort of stocks will collapse in a bear market. I also look at companies that claim to be drowning in cash yet have debts. The podcasts covers Jiasen, Globo, Avanti Communications, Audioboom and a few other matters.
From the easy to remember EPIC code of CHOC, to the sweet toothed emerging markets chocolate eaters, it would appear that United Cacoa has been blessed amply even with regard to its brief life on the stock market to date.
It can be tempting to buy into a large company that has seen its share price tumble and looks cheap. But usually it is very hard to predict where the bottom is once some of these companies have been in a downward spiral for a prolonged period of time, and that would seem to be the case with Lonmin (LMI).
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at [email protected] - Today I look at Daniel Stewart (DAN), FTSE 100 (UKX), UK Oil & Gas (UKOG).
Not a lot can now get me to take out time from my sabbatical. After a couple of days with my father this week I have been inspired to write the first (short) chapter of the novel which is now with my friend Gary for review. However, David “when I said 3g seismic I meant 2g” Lenigas tweeting that I am a liar and should “get a life” drives me to respond.
Featuring Aurum Mining (AUM), Mariana Resources (MARL), Mobile Tornado (MBT), Premier African Minerals (PREM), Totally (TLY)
Hello Share Followers. Totally (TLY) is a small whose main function is to arrange self-help coaching for seriously ill patients once they leave hospitals. It was at one time, maybe still is, a favourite of Uncle Tom*.
After Tom’s revelation yesterday about LeniGas Cuba’s… how to put this… “mysterious” leap in popularity on Twitter, we’ve been wondering at ShareProphets who else out there likes to pretend they are more popular than they actually are? As it turns out, this is a fun game and here’s how you can play along too.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at [email protected] - Today I look at Amino Technologies (AMO), Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN), Volex (VLX).
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following details the shorted AIM shares (by net short position %) and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since a previous analysis HERE…
John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Anglo American (AAL) and Lonmin (LMI) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond.
TW Note: I do not agree with the thesis of this article at all but allowed it to run. I have, however, amended it to reflect the fact that there are no related Party transactions involving Richard Poulden as had been stated on Proactive and which the author referred to. This is a factual error for which I apologise on behalf of the website. The rest of the article - which I still disagree with - stands and reads: With all the China frauds and the dismal performance of China-focused shares exposed by Shareprophets, one begins to wonder if any link at all with China is a red flag. Take PCG Entertainment (PCGE), a Gibraltar incorporated holding company, for example.
A good, clean chart can be just what the doctor orders for over stressed chartists, and this would appear to be just what is on offer in term of the daily timeframe at Quartix Holdings (QTX).
This morning, Bowleven (BLVN) delivered its latest in a string of positive RNSs and yet again the company’s share price has barely moved. Today’s encouraging news came from the oil encountered in the targeted reservoirs at the Zingana exploration well, in the Bomono exploration permit. Although Bowleven still needs to complete its evaluation of the wireline logs, the fact that it has suspended Zingana “pending further re-entry” is suggestive it is happy with what it has seen so far. Of course, this being Bowleven a degree of circumspection is definitely required, but how much more does the company have to do to prove its worth? Oh, how the market must hate this stock.
POS AIM casino dog Mosman Oil & Gas (MOSMN), is – I can exclusively reveal – right now struggling to get away yet another keep the lights on placing at just 1.75p a share. This story gets worse. And worse.
With Bonmarche Holdings (BON) currently we have an interesting daily chart perspective with it likely that there is a divergence of views between those who simply see a relatively illiquid stock in a range, contrasting with the idea we are looking at a situation where the possibility of an imminent break to the upside provides a dynamic bull prospect.
Bombed-out former gold mining star Petropavlovsk (POG) is cutting costs at its mines in Far East Russia’s Amur region and paying off debts as it maintains its drive to cut costs, boost efficiency and curb expenditure. The fully-listed company, whose shares collapsed from more than £13 five years ago to 2.17p within the past 12 months before bouncing to 6.57p now, says half-year figures will show it is on track to cut its average cash costs, before financing, from $700 (£450) an ounce to $600, against a current depressed $1,093.48c market price.
Featuring Avacta Group (AVCT), Fitbug (FITB), Goldplat (GDP), Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP), Madagascar Oil (MOIL), Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG)
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I am still recovering from yesterday's 14 mile training walk for the Woodlarks 32 mile charity walk. Yesterday's trip did not go quite to plan and ended up being a tad longer than expected. I explain all HERE. If you enjoy my suffering I shall do a 20 mile walk next weekend so how about you spare a tenner and sponsor me HERE. In the podcast I ask very hard questions about the sacking of the CEO and FD at Cabot Energy (CAB), formerly Northern Petroleum. I think I know why the P45s and black bags were handed out but Cabot must come clean NOW. Same Nomad, different dog, more questions - MySquar (FRAUD). Then I look at Audioboom (BOOM) and Wishbone Gold (WSBN) where I am a long suffering shareholder. And I smile to myself as I remember watching Germany vs Argentina four years ago in Kambos HERE
I explain why the FD and CEO of FootAsylum (FOOT) must be fired at once after today's profits warning. I forgot to say that any company holding and announcing an "analyst teach in" - as Rob Terry used to do - is almost an automatic sell in my book and FootAsylum is an offender in this respect. I also look at FastForward (FFWD) and explain why I think Jim Mellon has sinned, albeit legally. I cover UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Andalas (ADL) and McCarthy & Stone (MCS). In terms of the walk we are now well over £9,000 with gift aid and ahead of a training walk in the rain tonight I ask again. Most bearcast listeners are enjoying my suffering but are yet to help Woodlarks with a donation. Please, I am sure you can spare a tenner HERE
Another day, another drop to Winnileaks, this time from someone who Julie "Lingerie on expenses" Meyer groomed but who refused to hand over cash. However in this lie packed attempted fraud from January 2018 some were fleeced.
I know sweet FA about Thor Mining (THR) other than its CEO knows a lot about snakes from his time in the field. And that is it, so I make no comment about what follows other than to say that in this private email sent to the chosen few the broker has not held back and has used very un-broker-esque language. He opines:
If anyone thought anything else other that FastForward Innovations was merely the personal investment vehicle for Jim Mellon and Lorne Abony to dip into at will, today’s massive related party deal with Mellon’s Juvenescence Limited puts it beyond any doubt.
Footasylum (FOOT) is “pleased to report a strong performance for the financial year, our first as a quoted company following our successful IPO last November… The board was delighted with the support we received for the IPO”. I doubt shareholders are pleased or delighted though – shares in this 164p per share IPO, currently trading well below 100p following a dramatic slump on the “pleased to report” results!...
I was just reminding myself via the interweb of the chat around McCarthy & Stone (MCS)’s return to the stock market back in November 2015. This was from a press article at the time of the IPO: 'Britain’s biggest builder of homes for retired people, said its London debut had been priced at 180 pence per share, valuing the business at 967 million pounds. Shares in the company rose 13.5 percent to 204.21 pence in conditional trading on Friday as investors bet on further gains in the UK’s strong residential property market'. Well...how could it have gone so wrong, with the shares down 15% as I write at around 110p?
Before you consider the latest news from Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV) just consider that, at 2.8p-3p, the market cap is a paltry £5.36 million. Bluebird has more than one asset but focus on just one for now: Kochang, where it has now formalised a 50/50 JV with Aussie based Southern Gold.
Hello, Share Seekers. Merlin the magician was born in my neighbouring town of Carmarthen. Merlin, the theme park operator, could also magic some growth in its share price. As the world has more leisure time on its hands, thanks to the gallop of technology, many companies which offer ways of filling the time are going to prosper, in my humble view.
Bathroom and kitchen products company Norcros (NXR) has announced results for its year ended 31st March 2018, emphasising “excellent progress towards our strategic objectives” and that “the board remains confident that the group should continue to make further progress for the year ending 31 March 2019”…
Directa Plus (DCTA) has made an AGM Statement commencing “during 2017 we made significant commercial progress across our four key target markets and I am pleased to report that this momentum has continued into 2018”. Sounds promising…
AIM-listed Haydale (HAYD) has offered the market an RNS this morning describing “Strong Commercial Progress”. Bearing in mind the profit warning of last week, and the inevitability of another bailout placing one wonders if this marks the appearance of pastures new in the distance, or whether it is just a pre-placing ramp.
With its shares down from above 300p less than a year ago to below 56p, Safestyle UK (SFE) “announces the granting of awards under the Safestyle UK plc 2017 Performance Share Plan, to certain executive directors of the company”!...
Maybe folks are getting immune about Optibiotix (OPTI) announcing yet another manufacturing and supply agreement. But even if, like this one, it is relatively small it all adds to the bottom line improvement. The latest one is with John Morley Foods, a 75 year old company operating in Cheshire with annual sales (2016) of £31 million, making six figure profits and with a growing cash pile.
Life sciences, beauty and personal care products company InnovaDerma (IDP) has updated on trading for its year ending 30th June – commencing “revenue for the period increased strongly by 23.5% on a constant currency basis to approximately £11m (FY2017: £8.9m). However,”, Uh oh…
Flip Flop Ben Turney, formerly of this Parish, insists that this email to shareholders in Teathers Financial is private and confidential. I can see why, as it is bollocks he would not want subjected to outside scrutiny. Naturally it has found its way to Winnileaks so I publish it in full.
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