CEPS plc – on 17th June “encouraged”, now; “materially behind expectations for the six months to 30 June”!
Kin and Carta – argues “will drive sustainable profitable growth in the new fiscal year”… so why a share price slide?
MySale – proposed bailout placing reinforces not far from existing shareholder wipeout… but for management ‘replacement’ “share incentive scheme” (natch!)
Redemptions Watch: two up, one down for Neil Woodford bad news still flows – welcome (once again) to the 90% club
Shares in stockbroker Cenkos Securities (CNKS) are currently up to around 40p, though down from more than 46p at the end of last week. This following a Monday intra-day (3:02pm) “Directorate Change & Trading Update”…
In case you missed it, last night was the The fifth annual Small Cap Awards' black tie gala in London. The crony capitalists from across the Square Mile gathered to say how well they had done being paid vast amounts to stuff dumb fuck investors into shite stocks, before the spivs departed for some late night celebratory coke and hookers. And boy were the crony capitalists doing well. Let's start with the winners:
Cenkos (CNKS) attracted plenty of criticism on this website over its dealings in the the Quindell saga. Whatever the rights and wrongs of that case, it’s still worth looking at the company as a standalone investment. It has been profitable every year since listing in 2005, and over that time has produced an unusually attractive stream of dividends and buybacks.
The FCA will say that fining Cenkos (CNKS) £530,000 over the Quindell (QPP) fraud shows regulation is working. Au contraire. The narrow scope of its investigation, the failure to sanction individuals and the paltry fine show that assisting crime does pay if you work in the City. It sends out all the wrong signals and is a day of shame for the Square Mile as I explain in this podcast.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org - Today I look at shares in Cenkos (CNKS), Dekel Oil (DKL) and 32Red (TTR) setting share price targets for all three stocks.
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