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The European project is a grand political scheme, doomed from its inception. It is foretold in scripture. Genesis 11 4-9. According to the story, a united humanity speaking a single language decided to build a tower into the sky to overthrow God. In response, God confounded their languages and scattered them all over the earth.
Hello Share Shifters: Some people call it profit-taking. Others ask why not call it by its real name 'selling shares'. But profit-taking has more to it than that. There is a more opportunist element to it.
Actually I may not be voting Tory. There is mounting evidence that I shall be deprived of the vote completely thanks to Labour Dirty tricks – that is my wife (who explains the Labour case here) neglecting to put me on the electoral roll. If I do vote, choosing a party is like deciding which sort of shit you want smeared in your face for the next five years. But forced to choose there is only one sane choice and that is to vote Tory.
At around this time every year for the past ten years, Tom Winnifrith has written a piece predicting the end of the Euro by Christmas. Despite the undoubted power of Tom’s pen, the Euro is still with us and is still carrying out its vital task of making European business more efficient and competitive. The reason why Tom makes a fool of himself every year in this manner is that he has no grasp of the importance of the European ‘project’, or what it means to our fellow Europeans.
I have, to the lasting shame of my dear departed Labour supporting Pater, steadfastly refused to vote. (Something I'm quite proud of). I've never voted & have no intention whatsoever of ever voting. I think it was while reading Aldous Huxley (Brave New World) or The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists that the penny finally dropped. We're being cultivated and harvested by State apparatus. Divide & Rule. The lumpenproletariat are used as a commodity, labour, to be traded by the Alphas.
You cannot trust the Tories. It is that simple. The T-shirt logo below pretty much sums up what I and most former Labour supporters think about the Labour party these days.
Normally brokers’ research can be described as being similar to toilet paper. That is to say it is always thrown away in the end. The only difference is that toilet paper has one practical use before disposal. We demonstrated this in a statistical manner earlier today HERE. But
Underneath my classic value investor coat there is a contrarian value investor trying to get out. As such when I see deep value I want to buy it. Conversely when things go well I feel is time to sell.
My reasoning the other day on Gulf Keystone (GKP) was that it was due a dead cat bounce and so I went long. That was an error. And I am now short again and here's why.
Tangent Communications (TNG) has today served up its results for the year to 28th February which were marginally ahead of forecasts and have prompted broker Canaccord to reiterate a BUY stance at 9p with a target price of 12.7p: 37% upside.
Some folks get terribly excited about broker research reports. Henry at JP Morgan upgrades his stance from overweight to buy, Goldman’s removes a stock from its Conviction List but still rates it as buy. You know it all means sweet FA. Sorry to market reporters who fill column inches with this stuff but it is meaningless.
Legendary Investments (LEG) has today issued a release headlined “successful placing”. How does it define success? Meanwhile , how I define “talking complete and utter bollocks?”
It’s been a few weeks since I last covered gold. There hasn’t really been much to say. The precious metal has traded in a tight $30 range, since the end of March. Such periods of inaction have been relatively rare over the last decade, but I wonder now if there are increasing signs that pressure is building for a break to the upside.
Following results from Lombard Risk Management (LRM) last week, I have now managed to catch up with CEO John Wisbey.
Commissioned Researcher Edson reckons that it is a Long & Winding Road ahead for GW Pharma (GWP), the company trying to turn pot into medicines. But Edison sees Mr Blue Sky potential for the shares at 342p.
Hello Share Fans: We've just had a beautiful weekend round here. Enough to set up high expectations of a bumper week for the old Footsie.
Fuel cells are already big business in some parts of the world, which is good news for the companies that make and supply them, such as AFC Energy (AFC).
A former leading transport analyst who still retains a very high City profile has this morning launched a blistering attack on Harriet Green the self-publicity addicted CEO of Thomas Cook (TCG). Is this just sexism in the City or is this fair comment. Read on and judge for yourself. Our man writes:
The Board of AstraZeneca (AZN) has today rejected an improved £55 a share bid from Pfizer. The yanks say they will not go hostile but urge Astra shareholders to tell the board to get a grip and accept. They should do exactly that.
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Okay, the Optibiotix (OPTI) chairman does not get everything right. He is, after all shacked up with mad remoaning Tory MP Anna Soubry. But no-one is perfect. What we can say is that Neil Davidson has had a glittering business career so has a reputation to lose. His salary as Non Exec chairman will not make much difference to his net wealth but buying shares could.
In today's bearcast I look at the range of utterly misguided reactions and proposals being made in the wake of the demise of Carillion (CLLN). Some folks just don't understand capitalism.
I am now back from my 12-14 mile walk of which the first six were solidly uphill. I have posted details of what happened on my own website HERE - it was an adventure. Think of me trekking up the mountain road and please make a donation to Woodlarks ahead of my 32 mile walk with Dan in two weeks time. Donate here. In today's podcast I look in detail at Audioboom (BOOM) and its statement of yesterday. And I flag up some more red flags regarding Telit (TCM).
I recommended AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) as a buy at around 31p in the 2017 ShareProphets Christmas tipfest. I suggested taking a little cash off the table at 37p and did so myself (getting 37.56p) with a strong hold stance on the rest. Yesterday the shares had a good go at breaking the 40p mark.
There was a lot of huffing and puffing this week as Forbes magazine published this piece on the business fortunes of 20 year-old American reality TV personality Kylie Jenner. Forbes declares Jenner the worlds youngest self-made billionaire based on the success of her cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics.
After nearly a year of trying, Telit Communications (LTCM) has finally announced the sale of its Automotive business. This is to Hong Kong-listed TUS International for $105 million (£80 million), a long way shy of the £100-150 million being bandied around by the FT back in October.
These days it often seems to be the case that if you are interested in a new IPO, it is better to wait until that company has listed and the dust has settled, as often you will get a chance to buy in cheaper than those taking part in the initial fundraise. Block Energy (BLOE) looks to be one such outfit and the timing of its listing looks good, with the oil sector showing strength, plus there is plenty of potential from gas as well.
Updating on Minoan Group (MIN) previously, we noted a loan from Hillside doesn’t seem a problem, with the company in constructive discussions to further extend to reflect the expectation of a successful sale of its Travel business in the near future. Now a “Loan Facility Extension” announcement…
Hello Share Shifters. We all know the legend of ASOS (ASC), or as it used to be known in the early days of internet shopping, As Seen On Screen. The share rose from about 7p to £12 quid and then went even better. Almost everyone I know in share trading, including me, admits to selling the share too early. But now I think that the ship has sailed and that to buy more shares now might not be such a good idea.
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