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Paid for researcher Edison has today published a detailed ten page note on Pan African Resources (PAF). Penned by convicted felon The Honourable “he hits who he wants” Charlie Gibson the note is bullish in tone (‘natch, Pan pays for this research) but the target price is slashed from 29p to 24.25p.
Ian Visagie, who became chief executive officer of Goldplat (GDP) six months ago, sounds confident as he surveys the challenges and opportunities facing the Africa-focused gold recovery and mining company. It declared a £2.9 million loss for the six months to December. ‘We will not post a loss for the full year,’ he confidently assert, pointing out that £2 million of the interim deficit related to asset value impairments caused by currency fluctuations.
Today I introduce you to two small technology companies. I barely ever cover non resource stocks because they are not my forte, but these two really stand out and offer really mouth watering upside; ServicePower (SVR) & MTi Wireless (MWE).
Judging by his stout financial backing for Plethora Solutions (PLE), it is probably fair to say that Jim Mellon feels there is an urgent need to find a cure for premature ejaculation. If the market reaction to today’s pump of an RNS is anything to go by, it seems that a lot of private investors agree. The buying frenzy that has happened since Plethora announced its latest ramp leaves me wondering, will people ever learn?
We previously commented on this website on Cineworld Group (CINE), the largest cinema operator in the UK and Ireland, HERE shortly after its announcement of an agreement to acquire the cinema business of Cinema City International N.V., the leading chain in Central and Eastern Europe and Israel. The following updates post recent full-year results from Cineworld and on the outlook of the enlarged business from here. This is a stock that star fund manager Mark Slater backs. Should you?
International engineering services group Kentz (KENZ) has announced that it has been awarded a phase 2 contract for “one of the largest coal mining operations on the African continent”. The following updates with this coming after the announcements of two other contract wins since the end of January.
Anglo American Corporation (AAL) was the subject of a review I produced in January when the share price was 1366p. I concluded that for both fundamental and technical reasons the shares looked good value. I note that the share price moved up to 1600p, but has since come down to 1433p. This fall has been caused by the latest Chinese GDP growth and export doubts and unexpectedly bad news. They look like a buy again.
Hello Share Mongers: When the Footsie starts the day well but goes into a decline later on in the session, something rather interesting happens.
Bear raider Evil Knievil is also an inveterate gambler, especially on horses. As such he has been studying the form for this week’s Cheltenham festival closely and offers up these two top tips.
My earlier notes on Meggitt (MGGT) suggested that the results for last year came in with profits and earnings pretty much in line with earlier expectations; that is to say underlying earnings of 37.5p a share on sales revenue of £1,637 million. Over six months the share price has underperformed the main FTSE 100 Index by 16%; the share price falling just over 13% and the market rising by 2.75%. This looks like a buying opportunity
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has once again shown himself an utter moron with his plan to levy an extra tax on bankers’ bonuses and curb tax relief on pensions for higher earners to “end youth unemployment.” He is a moron because his plans will not work but he is at least playing well to the crowd.
I started this morning by explaining how the technicals on the gold price chart look increasingly strong. This is great as gold was my main “Trading Theme for 2014”. So far this has been extremely profitable trade, which I believe has further to run. But I’m not quite cock-a-hoop yet...
Paid for researcher Edison reckons that diversifying revenue is good for Welsh chip maker IQE (IQE) and has published a bullish report today on that basis with the shares at 20.5p.
We tipped this stock to our members a couple of weeks ago at an 11.75p offer a couple of weeks ago on HotStockRockets. It is now 12.5p-13p but there is a long way to go. It is still a buy.
According to IG Index’s charts, gold is on the verge of triggering a Golden Cross buying signal. This will happen as gold’s 50-day moving average (50MA) positively crosses the 200-day moving average (200MA). Doing some “back of fag packet” calculations, I think this will happen on Wednesday, unless there is a large sell-off beforehand. Gold Bugs will rejoice at this event, but I’m a little more cautious.
In a full note published after the announcement of (weak) interim results today by Goldplat (GDP) its house broker SP Angel argues why the worst is behind the gold miner and why the shares, at 5p, are worth 12p.
I warned the other day that the situation in Ukraine could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back for AIM Cesspit listed drowning in debt dairy products group Ukrproduct (UKR). Read between the lines of a trading statement today and if you own this stock you should flee for the exit ASAP.
Tickets for the UK Investor Show on April 5 are now 70% sold out but we have five £10 tickets to hand out today if you do us a favour on twitter, as we TODAY release the full timings and speaker agenda for the UK’s top investor show.
These are busy times for Stratex International (STI), an AIM company backed by AngloGold Ashanti and boasting a spread of gold and other ventures in Turkey and Africa. Provided the Turkish authorities come across with a forestry permit, expected any day now, chief executive Bob Foster expects gold production to start by the end of this year at Turkish gold project Altintepe.
Hello Share Finders: With the world in more bother again – this time with Ukraine and the irksome possibility of the unrest spreading to other former Soviet states – we can be forgiven for turning our backs on shares for a while.
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