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John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Paragon Diamonds (PRG) and Premier African Minerals (PREM) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond.
Bear raider Evil Knievil yesterday announced that he had bought shares in Quindell (QPP) and claimed that the stock was worth 150-180p – his valuation is not that much different from that of the fraudster Rob Terry who has a 172p target. Both are talking complete and utter bollocks.
Although it would appear with the spike and retreat for Kennedy Wilson (KWE) Europe yesterday the shares did get a little ahead of themselves, overall this looks like a robust and long standing bull situation.
Scottish gold and silver play Scotgold Resources (SGZ) has welcomed a bankable feasibility report suggesting its flagship Cononish project in the Loch Lomond National Park could have a net present value of £23 million, with a potential internal rate of return of 45%. The company, whose chairman since March and 40% shareholder is Nat le Roux, onetime boss of financial derivatives and spread betting giant IG Group, believes the report, by Bara Consulting, ‘provides a very solid base for our ongoing discussions with potential project finance providers,’ according to chief executive Richard Gray, a former operations chief at Avocet Mining.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at [email protected] - Today I look at Boxhill Technologies (BOX), Densitron Technologies (DSN), Red Emperor (RMP)
Golden Saint Resources (GSR) has been a dreadful stock on AIM and now I know why. The entire squad behind it could not give a damn about the company’s investors. From the its “PR agency” Cassiopeia Services, through its “Nomad” Beaumont Cornish (what a shock this firm is involved) to the company’s executives this “dream team” has to be one of the worst in the market. There is currently a sophisticated attack being made against Golden Saint, of which it is fully aware and cannot be bothered to deal with it. This is an appalling story of arrogance and laziness.
With Triad Group (TRD) and the bull argument over the past year, we had until March seen something of a slow burn to the upside. This consisted first of higher support points below the 10p level, followed by the extended basing either side of this zone in Spring 2015,
Early August: whilst most think about upcoming or just passed holidays, the last couple of Ashes tests or – for the real geeks amongst you – the finer points of the Bank of England’s big data dump, my mind muses about the 2015 tips I published at the turn of the year. Amusingly enough – as often these things fall – both my main tips reported yesterday: Aviva (AV/) and Randgold Resources (RRS). I will come back on the world’s leading larger cap gold miner later after their conference call but first…the dull world of insurance.
The fraudster Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) infamy is a busy guy as he prepares for the inevitable dawn raid by the Serious Fraud Office as a precursor to a trial and a custodial jail sentence. His latest posting on the website of his new vehicle Quob Park is quite simply delusional.
Featuring Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO), Premier African Minerals (PREM), Quindell (QPP), Sound Oil (SOU), UK Oil & Gas (UKOG)
Hello Share Pickers. As far as my routine share trading goes at the mo, I am feeling all at sea. The Wide Sargasso Sea, actually.
Following the acquirer of Quindell's (QPP) 'Professional Services Division', Slater & Gordon (SGH), announcing that it had been notified that the Australian Securities & Investment Commission “intends to raise some queries” and that, having commenced a detailed analysis of the financial information to be provided to the Commission, two errors in the method used to report receipts from customers and payments to suppliers and employees by the UK business had been identified, we again warned on the shares (see HERE). The following updates with them now falling towards $3 following Quindell’s results release and news of a Serious Fraud Office criminal investigation...
The Old Mother Worthington (WRN) comedy show rolls on. The worthless fully listed, but suspended since last year, enterprise has today been granted another 42 day extension to allow Danish listed but bankrupt Nuna Minerals to take it over.
John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Randgold Resources (RRS) & Rio Tinto (RIO) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond.
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), Imaginatik (IMTK), Slater & Gordon (SGH), three stocks associated with the fraudster Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) infamy.
The FTSE was strong yesterday, the index was boosted by mining stocks. As we know the index is influenced by the three major sectors, oil, banks and mining stocks. When one of these sectors is strong in general the FTSE is strong too. The rally in mining stocks could extend further as bargain hunters will be attracted by low valuations after the recent slide.
We have been sent this question posted on a Bulletin Board by some sap who bought Afren (AFR) using CFDs. He seems unaware of the horror that unfolds on a margin call.
The share price of African Potash (AFPO) rocketed this week on news that it was moving into the fertiliser trading market. Previously the company has focused on its Lac Dinga project in the Congo, where initial drilling last year revealed the presence of significant potash deposits. But now, in the shorter term, it looks as though the tiny AIM-listed company will be shifting its focus to sourcing fertiliser from producers to then sell on, earning a cut of the proceeds for acting as the middle man.
Do you want to win an award as an entrepreneur? Shimples Sheeples, Aiden Earley of Worthington Group (WRN) is here to help. Might I suggest that the Great fraudster Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) and his old pal Jon Stretton Knowles of Life on Marbs and the Quindell fraud sign up right away.
Synairgen has behaved in a generally very technical manner over the past year, with the aftermath of the buying climax in June 2014 witnessing quite a painful pullback from 80p, back to a brief touch of 25p in early March.
It is not as if Optibiotix (OPTI) management do not put their money where their mouth is. Just a few days ago chairman Neil Davidson splashed out £150,000 buying shares at 71p. Now we have news of an option package for three senior staffers including Davidson. No options….one way bet… nooooooooooooo you scream. No. Read the RNS.
For those of you who are contrarians you will have heard the quip by Baron Rothschild that the time to buy is when there is "blood in the streets" and by extension, the time to sell is at the point of maximum euphoria - "this time it is different" are the kind of words that should make you bridle.
Thank God for small mercies. Now we can start a rota on who has to listen to Brokerman Dan blathering on about blockchain and what a frigging genius Clem Chambers is. For now there is a third rogue blogger joining us as we walk the 32 miles from Horse Hill to Woodlarks on July 28. He is a man who knows Horse Hill well…
I’ve been following darling of the bulletin boards, Versarien (VRS) for some time finding the ever-increasing share price more and more incredulous. I thought I would use today’s results to take a closer look and come up with a considered valuation. In short, this appears to be the in the top 5 most overvalued shares on AIM – get out while the going’s good!
The extract from the Land Registry below is in the public domain and looks like a huge misunderstanding to me. Worthington (WRN) may be in administration but it seems the FCA have a few questions for its former boss Doug Ware. I am sure there is a perfectly innocent explanation for all of this.
Maybe Julie "Lingerie on expenses" Meyer MBE has other problems to consider? Take it from me that she does. There is more to follow, the wheels are a turning. But perhaps she or her uber expensive bully boy lawyer Julian Pike might answer a simple question for me. It relates to ASX listed Norwood.
Oh dear, I sense that in my adopted home of Greece there are a few folks heading for the slammer in connection with the Folli Follie Fraud which we helped Gabriel Grego to expose on this website. It seems like just the other day that burly security guards were chasing me away from its HQ North of Athens, as you can see HERE.
I recorded this on my last night in Greece. As you listen I shall be starting the trek back to Bristol. I appeal to those yet to donate to the Woodlarks charity walk by myself, Lucian Miers and Brokerman Dan to donate HERE - we are at 69% of our £20,000 target and every cent pledged will make a difference. Thanks to a reader for spotting a court case involving Safestyle (SFE) which is utterly shocking - I reckon this makes the stock uninvestable. I then take issue with the analysis of a City pal of Chris "three brains" Bailey on the matter of fraud.
I’ve touched on Immunocore a few times in passing as it one of the largest holdings in Woodford Patient Capital Trust (WPCT) as well as being the largest investment made by Dublin-listed Malin Corporation, of which Woodford is the largest shareholder, obvs! Well, it looks like it’s not a particularly happy ship and I wonder whether a (further) devaluation is required?
Previously writing on SRT Marine Systems (SRT) in April, I concluded with previous delays and a current market cap of more than £30 million, I await to see evidence it is actually on-track as well as the cash flow and the balance sheet. Today a “SE Asia Contract Change” announcement…
I assume that dividend munchers are feeling a bit glum today as the FTSE 100's most boring company (as I previously dubbed it HERE), Scottish & Southern Electricity (SSE) is seeing its shares fall by 3% odd percent. So what is going on?
HaloSource (HALO) “is pleased to announce that it has received initial orders for its new astrea ONE lead filtering bottle from its first retail customer in the US”. Hmmm, promising or ramptastic?...
Previously writing on Hotel Chocolat (HOTC) it was interims emphasise “another period of strong progress”… but progress enough for the valuation?. Now a trading update for the company’s year ended 1st July 2018…
Shares in Be Heard (BHRD) are currently the leading fallers today on the back of a trading update. The digital marketing services group though commences that with revenue up to more than £14 million, including 15% like-for-like growth. So what’s the problem?...
I commented on the lunatic management at Premier Foods (PFD) a couple of weeks ago HERE, who, after turning down a perfectly good bid, are circling the wagons against activist investors who want to help to start to create value by booting out the CEO. I could not agree more with their assertion that the CEO's tenure is 'five year of failure'...
Hello Share Shapers. Royal Mail (RMG) is not a share I would buy more of. I will however hang onto those I do have for a while longer. Though I really ought to be looking for a good exit point I think.
Previously writing on Goals Soccer Centres (GOAL), with the shares down to circa 75p I cautioned with the trading update, currently awaiting a new CEO and the Chairman admitting “our recovery plan remains ‘work in progress’”, I certainly continue to avoid. Today a further trading update – and the shares currently down below 70p…
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