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Previously writing last year on group which “specialises in the administration of client assets in relation to retirement, estate and succession planning and wealth structuring”, STM (STM) I commenced that I’d previously written in late 2017, concluding, with the shares having been recovering back above 40p, that with uncertainty together with the tardiness of its announcements, if I owned I’d currently sell and await further developments and concluded, with the shares then around 32p, that I wasn’t confident in the outlook and retained previous caution. Today a “Trading Update” – and the shares currently below 30p, more than 15% lower on the back of it...
I previously wrote on STM Group (STM) in late 2017, concluding, with the shares having been recovering back above 40p, that with uncertainty together with the tardiness of its announcements, if I owned I’d currently sell and await further developments. Latest results in September included it looking to “round-off a solid performance for the year” – and “the cross border financial services provider, today provides the following update on trading” (not ‘pleased to provide’ then?)...
Hello, Share Pluggers. Listening to the radio today, I learned Gibraltar is gearing up nicely for Brexit. An incredibly reasonable spokesman for the big rock said it was hoping to forge friendlier links with Spain after the break-up. Recently, I’ve also picked up media reports that financial institutions, particularly insurance, are moving operations to Gibraltar, anticipating a financial boom.
I previously wrote on cross-border financial services provider STM Group (STM) in March with the shares around 35p – this following I having last year suggested that those looking for a small speculation could do a lot worse at 38.5p and subsequently updating HERE and HERE. The shares were above 50p last month until Director Declaration and Inspectors Appointment announcements…
Having been above 50p, shares in cross-border financial services provider STM Group (STM) are currently down to around 35p on the back of the Budget including, what the company describes as, “significant charges and tax implications for some individuals considering taking out a ‘Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme’ transfer from a UK pension scheme”…
I concluded in August on shares in cross-border financial services provider, STM Group (STM) that for those looking for a small speculation, I reckon you could do a lot worse – and reiterated that in October. The company is now “pleased to announce a pre-close trading update”…
I commented on cross border financial services provider STM Group (STM) following a profit warning in July and a trading & strategy update in August, concluding the latter - with the shares then at 38.5p - that for those looking for a small speculation, I reckon you could do a lot worse. The following updates with the shares at 48.5p on the back of a pricing model update…
Following a profit warning last month, shares in STM Group (STM) are currently 18.5% higher today, at 38.5p, on the back of a “Pensions trading & pricing strategy update”…
A “Trading & Corporate Update” announcement from cross-border financial services group STM (STM) notes that “in April 2016, management took the decision to waiving the Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme establishment fee for an initial trial period of six months, with the aim of driving new client business” and that “good progress has been made in generating these new relationships”. Good, good. You what though?, “the revenues generated within the first half of the year have not matched management's expectations with regards to the level of new business anticipated from our QROPS product”…
STM Group (STM) may be about to receive the kiss of death from a little Zak Mir technical analysis, but it would appear that at least for now the setup in the share price here is robust enough to deliver for the bulls. Can the shares live up to this billing?
In the case of STM Group it can be seen how we are looking at the stock in the aftermath of an extended bull run, one which got underway almost exactly a year ago.
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