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Leading resource broker Fox Davies has published a note on San Leon Energy (SLE) in light of the deal announced earlier this week with Baker Hughes. It argues that the NAV of the shares is 22p – the share price is just 4.2p.
My track record in tipping Paragon Diamonds (PRG) has been mixed – one quick win and one not so good tip. However the word on the street is that buying a few at 2.865p today could yield a very quick win indeed.
Cenkos Securities, the house broker to Empyrean Energy (EME) from 20p to 25p on the back of a quarterly trading statement yesterday. With the shares at 12.25p the broker rates them as a buy.
While smaller examples of the mining sector, and especially gold stocks, have been flying around all over the place of late (as if to make life as uncomfortable as possible for the hot money trying to call the floor in this asset class), Rio Tinto (RIO) has been more sedate than most.
For a company that was supposed to be heading for oblivion less than a year ago, shares of Quindell Portfolio (QPP) have performed rather well since then. In fact, the AIM outsourcing group has confounded the doomsters in a rather embarrassing way.
Jess Desjardins writes a piece for Sprott Global, explaining why investors should look for gold companies, whose management teams have significant shareholdings in their companies. Without these, interests with shareholders are rarely aligned.
Supermarket William Morrison (MRW) has underperformed the market by nearly 20% over a year and by 66% over 5 years. Below I explain why I believe it’s still a buy.
Shares in power and data cabling provider Volex plc (VLX) 'short-circuited' in November when the company announced “disappointing” interim results. It noted that these “highlight the hard work ahead for the new management team in turning around the business and setting it on a renewed growth path”.
Hello Share Twiddlers: Mark Carney, the fairly new governor of the Bank of England, from the land of the Mounties, told a news conference that growth might be 3.4% this year. That is a lot better than expected a few months ago.
Avanti Communications (AVN), the satellite group, probably has the distinction of being a company whose fundamental profile is almost as unfathomable as is its technical. I say, despite last year’s “predictable” bull flag breakdown, which heralded a halving of the share price.
The Vodafone (VOD)/Verizon (VCZ) deal proves that the world has become too clever by half. The cyber-world is awash with frustrated and demented private investors who either do not understand this arrangement or, if they think they do, do not know how to take action.
Matt Earl, the bear raider known as The Dark Destroyer remains short of Avanti Communications (AVN) and takes hear from this morning’s interims. He warns that “the chances of Avanti achieving its FY 2014 consensus forecasts are slim to none.”
Ahead of 19th March-scheduled results for the 2013 calendar year industrial services provider to major plant operators and engineering and construction companies internationally, Cape plc (CIU) has announced a refinancing which “provides the group with greater covenant flexibility and will terminate in April 2018”. With the company emphasising that its “new facilities strengthen our financial position and provide us with the balance sheet to grow our business both organically and potentially acquisitively”, so what does that mean?.
Environmental products and services company and the UK's leading manufacturer and supplier of specialist kerbside recycling containers, Straight plc (STT) has updated of “2013 group revenue and EBITDA in line with expectations” and that“2014 has begun well with the award of two major contracts totaling more than £2 million revenue” – adding that the “recent contract wins and future pipeline provide a strong foundation for the year ahead”.
If you have any complaints about this morning’s placement by Summit Corporation (SUMM) then I am afraid you can’t have done your research properly. This is a company with an established track record of savagely discounted dilution and its CEO, Glynn Edwards, even told you it needed money, less than two weeks ago.
From the AIM Cesspit to the ISDX (formerly Plus) mini Cesspit and to Feonic (FEO) which has today announced that it is withdrawing from ISDX subject to AGM approval because the cost is not worth it. Henceforth shares will be traded on a matched bargain basis only and investors will get far less company information. Hmmm ...this is shocking and I flag it partly as I have “history” with this company and becuase I want to accuse Feonic boss Brenda of telling lies..
Empyrean Energy (EME) shares have, in theory, done all that is required in the near-term to prove themselves as being one of the small cap heroes over the first half of 2014.
Even a casual glance at the daily chart of San Leon (SLE), over the past year, will tell you that it has not been a happy time for the bulls. Since January 2013, we have seen the share price almost exactly halve. Looking even further back and the story become even more of a tragedy.
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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!
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…
Ok miserable bastards. I have a train walk with Joshua tonight, a very long one on Sunday ( to Chew I think) and then the big 32 miler in just eight days. So donate to Woodlarks NOW! HERE. In the podcast I look at ersarien (VRS), Optibiotix (OPTI), Big Sofa (BST), Sosandar (SOS), Audioboom (BOOM), Wh Ireland (WHI), Symphony Environmental (SYM) and Feedback (FDBK)
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 travel Easyjet (EZY) often. In the winter it is Bristol to Athens and back, in the summer it is Gatwick to Kalamata and back. Usually it is no worse and no better than any other budget airline. Not that I really care but I just want to point out a quite obvious scam it inflicts on its passengers.
Okay the video is from blowjob TV that is to say Proactive from yesterday and thus the interviewer makes Zak Mir look like Jeremy Paxman. But, remembering that chairman Davidson has a reputation to lose, take note of what he implies about buying even more shares and also about deals not yet announced. His quiet confidence is clear and that is why even at 86p-88p you would be certifiable if you sold. We certainly will not be at anywhere near this level.
The management of Falanx (FLX) are nice guys but do themselves no favours. Issuing, albeit small amounts, of shares at rock bottom process for small itty bitty acquisitions is rarely a strategy that is value accretive. Delaying your results does not impress anyone although the company has a plausible excuse. Doing a major placing at 4.5p when not long before your shares were 9p really f**ks off we loyal shareholders. Suffice to say, the statement accompanying those results in a couple of week’s time is going to have to be pretty hot.
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?
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?...
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…
Podcasting platform company Audioboom (BOOM) has announced results for its half year ended 31st May 2018, including emphasising “revenue increased by 43% to £2.6 million (H1 2017: £1.8 million)… adjusted EBITDA loss reduced to £2.2 million (H1 2017: £2.6 million)… Fully funded through to expected cash break even”. Hmmm…
As we all know, Frontera resources (FRR) is out of cash. It is running on fumes. It is desperate to pump the stock any way it can to get away an emergency placing needed to survive. The only question is how big a discount will the bucket shops demand. It is against this background that it released a dismal operational update yesterday. Only a fool or a paid ramper like the whore Blogger, fat bastard, aka Malcolm Graham Wood would describe it as anything other than the usual shite.
AIM-listed Haydale (HAYD) has issued another RNS Reach announcement to add to the one released on June 19th. But we all know (don’t we?) that RNS Reach announcements are effectively marketing ploys, not hard news of cashflow. And we also know that Haydale has to get a placing away in order to get its accounts signed off as a going concern.
Hello Share Pickers. I've ventured to suggest recently that airline shares may be a bit too risky at the mo. It's the headwind of the rising oil price that puts me off. You'd be amazed at the huge volumes of the ebony nectar they devour to keep a million passengers aloft at any one time.
Payment platform company, Bango (BGO) has updated “on trading for the six months ended 30 June 2018”. This commences “End User Spend (EUS) continues its four-year growth trend of at least doubling every twelve months. The total EUS for 1h2018 was £220m compared with £92m in 1h2017, and £271m for all of 2017. As in previous years, EUS in the second half of the year is expected to be significantly higher than in the first”. Er, ok – but that is not about how the company is trading. What about financials?...
Previously writing on online electrical retailer AO World (AO.), I noted a trading statement argues progress but questioned the valuation. The shares have since risen to 180p before falling back somewhat - and are currently at 145p on the back of an AGM trading update…
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