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The Dark Destroyer Matt Earl on why he is short St James Place

2020-04-25 07:32:51

I view St James Place (STJ) as a long term short since it has always and continues to provide a truly appalling service to its customers. You can fleece punters to reward staff and shareholders for only so long but eventually you reap what you sow and for me that makes this company uninvestable. The Dark Destroyer offers up a more detailed financial analysis of why his Shadowfall fund is short. Enjoy

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St James's Place and the oxygen of publicity

2020-02-02 11:17:24

The oxygen of publicity should never, ever be underestimated. As I noted here, after all the bad headlines and challenges associated with high fees and a dodgy self-serving corporate culture, 'there is only one way out of all of this for St James's Place and that is a root-and-branch business change which is driven by key managers at the top'.  Well finally we might be seeing this. 

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A reader corrects me on St James Place...but it is still a sell!

2019-10-28 10:38:39

I stand corrected by a reader who clearly knows more about this industry than do I. The reader agrees with my conclusion that profits at St James Place (STJ) will come under pressure which makes the shares ones to avoid but picks me up on factual errors made yesterday in bearcast HERE. The reader writes: 

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'I want my cruise' moan St James's Place advisers!

2019-10-14 10:15:55

Did you see on Friday that St James's Place (STJ) shares re-attained the 10 quid level? Well I guess it was a good day for lots of different UK domestic shares, even for those with ongoing cultural issues such as the large UK wealth manager which I have written on negatively in the past. So is the crisis over?...

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Getting Naked (Wines) as the tide goes out

2019-08-04 14:17:25

Perhaps it is a sign that i have been kicking around this investment game for a good few years now, that nothing in today's deadwood press seemed particularly new.  It was last Sunday r that I felt compelled to call out those pleading for the government to block the mooted takeover of Cobham (COB) by a US defence name.  I see the lobbying has now spread to the founding family...who now own 1.5% of the shares.  Well if they owned 30%, 50%, 75% or - let's be radical here - 100% of the business then their view might be more influential.  When you play the capital markets game of selling shares in exchange for capital to invest and grow your business, then you open yourself up to other possibilities...like a takeover.  See last week's piece for a take down on why putting up capital flow barriers - especially to long-established friendly nations - is simply bonkers.   

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