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Avacta Shares More Than Double in a Few Days, But Virus Kit May Whack Up an Even Better Performance than that.
With commodities being hit hard by concerns over coronavirus, and further weakness likely as deliveries of metals and hydrocarbons are starting to be put on hold by China, I’ve been looking towards opportunities in other sectors.
Brand Architekts (BAR), formerly Swallowfield, has updated concluding “we are well placed to navigate and grow in this market. As a result, the board expects to deliver positive progress for the full year”. The shares have responded currently to around 165p – 10% lower. Hmmm…
I am on an anger roll with the crony capitalists on the AIM casino today. SeaEnergy (HERE) was the first to feel my ire. Next up is the board at Eclectic Bars (BAR). When the great libertarian revolution comes the newly privatised Police force will round these swine up too and – having organised a firing squad as a result of a competitive tender process to select the shooters - these bastards will also be put up against the wall.
I am guessing that 48 year old male technical analysts with four children and a bald spot are not part of the core clientele of Eclectic Bar Group (BAR), whose offering includes such brands as Lola Lo, Po Na Na, and Dirty Blonde. With the shares at the bottom of a possible range, I offer an upside share price target.
Eclectic Bar Group (BAR) yesterday delivered a master class in how to deliver bad news. At 7 a.m. the company announced its latest dire trading update. For about thirteen minutes shareholders must have been pulling their hair out. Faced with the third overnight cliff dive in seven months, this ill-fated bunch would have been forgiven for wondering which stock market gods it had wronged to deserve such poor fortune. Then at 7:13 a.m., like a divine bolt from the blue, came the second RNS. None other than serial leisure entrepreneur Luke Johnson (primarily of Pizza Express fame) was buying into the company and joining the board as Executive Chairman.
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