Hello Share Shufflers: If you peer at your portfolio and some of their values are shown in red, then you are probably not making the most out of the great game.
Following its interim results release on Monday, identity proofing and services focused technology company GB Group (GBG) has announced that its CEO Richard Law has sold £270,660 of shares at an average price of 135.33p per share. Does this support my post-results view?
Movember update – four days to go. As you can see below the Movember tash is continuing to grow. I am actually rather starting to like my “follicle splendour” as Mr Kit Ingoldby described my tash.
It is old wisdom not to chase a share – unless of course you have well worked out reasons for doing so. International Continental Airline Group (IAG) - the old BA and Iberia is a case in point. The shares, as they say, have been flying. In my experience, it is safest boarding this equity when it’s closer to the ground. But International shares have risen a massive 119% over a year when the FTSE100 Index has only managed to improve about 15%.
Regency Mines (RGM) has not made the bulls happy over the past two years.
Leed Resources (LDP) was born from the ashes of Leed Petroleum. Like father like son it, too, has turned out to be overhyped junk.
The last thing that a bull of a stock or the market would wish to see after a massive Spike for the price action is the kind of extended drift over many months that we are currently seeing on the daily chart of Baobab Resources (BAO).
Leed Resources (LDP) is yet another pointless AIM listed investment company brought to you by the broker that specialises in such POS operations (my old pals at Peterhouse). Today it has served up a shocking statement but will its executive chairman Peter Redmond give a flying fuck? I don’t know – he is refusing to answer his phone.
The U.S. Comex gold futures fell three dollars to $1,241.40 this week after dropping 3.36 percent last week. The gold futures reached $1,225.7 on 25 November, the lowest level in almost four months.
Hello Share Movers: I've just been told I need a tooth out. And the appointment is just before Christmas.
Software and IT services business specialising in multi-channel retail and manufacturing markets in the UK and Ireland, Sanderson Group (SND) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2013. The following updates with the shares currently approaching 7.5% ahead, at 72.5p, on the back of them.
UK foundries and engineering group Chamberlin plc (CMH) has reported results for the six months to 30th September 2013 which it notes “reflects the difficult conditions in the foundry division, especially in the medium and heavy casting business. The performance at the light castings operation at Walsall was more resilient with revenues only marginally lower year-on-year. The group's engineering businesses, which account for 25% of group sales, delivered an increase in revenues”.
Would be potash miner / Yorkshire countryside environment blighter Sirius Minerals (SXX) has not covered the bulls with glory yet. However…
Tern (TERN) is the new name for a disastrous oil company called Silvermere. At least Silvermere tried to do something useful (produce oil), Tern is just another AIM Cesspit do-nothing posterboy investing company. And it cannot even bring itself to tell the truth. I name names…
It has been easier to give the benefit of the doubt to shares in Range Resources (RRL) in the recent past than to be a bear, if only on the basis that you know most of the diehards of this company will never give up on their chosen favourite and therefore this is what most readers want to hear. However…
Specialist commercial sector insurer across Europe, Gable Holdings (GAH) announced last week that it has launched a second product in Italy – which it anticipates will deliver gross written premiums in the region of €7 million per annum with low loss ratios. Tom W and I are well ahead on this share tip on our N50 website but, at 69.25p what next?
Well here goes…I had never done a spread bet in my life until yesterday. However, I am challenging Steve Moore to a trading challenge to run until Christmas. And I have just completed my second trade.
Hello share Folk: Of course, it had to happen. The moment I said the run-up to Christmas may depress travel stocks and galvanize oil prices, the opposite happens.
Why did AIM Cesspit listed Summit (SUMM) announce such a strange deal with Prof Steve Davies yesterday? To get the Bulletin Board morons excited of course. There is a placing looming, you see.
Technology company focused on identity proofing and services, GB Group (GBG) has announced results for the six months ended 30th September 2013 which it emphasises reflect “strong financial and strategic progress” and enable it to be “confident of achieving second half profits in line with current expectations”. The following reviews, with the shares currently up 2.7%, at 135p, in response.
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Value investing is how you make money from shares. Any other approach is not investing but speculating and is, by definition, hit and miss. So do you want to know what Britain's leading value investors are thinking and what shares they are buying and selling? Today's special opportunity is.... Three great value investors will be on stage together discussing how they select stocks and what they are buying and selling at the Global Group UK Investor Show in London on April 21. They are: Paul Scott, Britain's top share blogger, Nigel Wray, the man known as Britain's Buffett, and Dr Paul Jourdan the boss at the hugely successful Amati fund management operation.
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following shows the shorted AIM shares with positions from 2017 and thus far in 2018 (by net short position %) - and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last week...
Soorry it is rugby day. C'mon Ireland. As you can see Joshua is getting himself ready...
This morning, on such a snowy day, I was thinking how nice it would be to go somewhere quiet and sit, read the paper, and drink my coffee without being bothered by people. As it happens, I live just down the street from the Business Design Centre in Islingtion, and it is Master Investor day, so that would fit my plan perfectly.
The market was remarkably sanguine about the operational update served up by Telit (TCM) this week and at 160p the shares remain a compelling sell.
A Trading Update from Veltyco Group (VLTY) a few weeks ago noted, following continued “strong” trading in December, results “significantly ahead of market expectations”. However, having exceeded 100p last year, the shares are currently available at 89p to buy and this looks to represent an opportunity ahead of April-expected results. BUY at 89p with a target to sell of 125p.
Hello, Share Walkers. Anyone not subscribing the measly £5.99 a month to reap all the trading advantages of this beautiful website is probably taking an unacceptable risk. Especially at this time of year, when you still have a chance to sell your losers to cut your capital gains bill.
I just can’t help fearing for AIM-listed Cloudbuy (CBUY) and its shareholders. Here we are heading for two years after a £5.75 million rescue refinancing by Mr Roberto Sella and now post a further rescue refinancing last December (another £3.5 million committed, of which £1.7 million has been drawn) and I still wonder if the company will ever make any money. Yesterday morning we had its FY17 numbers: they are not as awful as the last lot, but it still look pretty bad.
It's been an ongoing trope on this site to note when mainstream media ties itself into knots trying to avoid mentioning the word ShareProphets. Instead, they tend to refer to our dozen writers as a 'blogger' or, in more convoluted cases, as 'an Italian newspaper.' But finally! We have a brave newspaper, the Western Telegraph, in Haverfordwest has referred to our name in full. No wonder that they were named the best weekly newspaper in Wales.
Amerisur Resources (AMER) has certainly failed to live up to the expectations of its investors and the share price has been in a downward spiral for several years now.
If anyone from Jim Mellon's organisation wishes to visit UK Investor Show we give them admittance. But Jim's minions are desperate to stop us from seeing what a shambles and disaster his event yesterday has become. While Mellon's henchmen stopped Darren Atwater from attending we got another photographer in and what she produced shows why Mellon is so desperate to hide the ghastly truth about his heavily loss making event.
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