Thursday 24 October 2019 | ShareProphets: The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares
Nexus Infrastructure – ‘profits in line’ (are they?), ‘order book provides good visibility of earnings’ (does it?)…
Published 32 days ago
In yesterday's Bearcast, Tom talked about some of the outlandish claims in this article covering my favourite company, We Work. WeWork (actually known as the We Company) is attempting to IPO in the US. Let me highllight some of choice bits of the article that Tom didn't get into.
Published 37 days ago
We have written extensively on the various related party deals at Tom Cross fiefdom Parkmead (PMG) but belated companies house filings now allow us to follow the complete money trail and this stinks. I really cannot see how Nomad Arden can tolerate this unless, of course, it is morally bankrupt and only cares about getting another retainer.
Published 52 days ago
Early this year we showed the top shorted London-listed shares at the start of 2019. How's the performance at the end of August? (those in bold remain from 2018)...
Published 53 days ago
Having commented on the Parkmead (PMG) deal to buy a farming business here and here, I questioned if the replacement farmhouse at Pitreadie was being constructed. It would appear it is, as confirmed by Aberdeenshire Council in public domain information. Not only does it have an indoor swimming pool with a bar overlooking from a mezzanine level, it also has a snooker room and enough room in the kitchen / sitting room to have a secondary use for indoor football.
Published 53 days ago
Sure, this column is merely about the 10 most read articles and listened-to Bearcasts, but when I can squeeze in something sexy, like Bitcoin or graphene or Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice futures, I get all the page views. This week, I have the big dogL Warren Buffett in graphic form. Look to me on top next week.
Published 54 days ago
Therev are some advantages of being old. Folks like Gary Newman are young so know of Tom Cross only from the glory days of Dana. I remember him as a bit of a chancer in its early days. I discuss that and Parkmead (PMG). Then I look at IQE (IQE) and the bulletin board morons. Tonight I am off to see a whistleblower on one of my old foes and am promised a trove of documents and recordings. Watch this space.
Published 54 days ago
I looked earlier at Fridays announcement about Parkmead (PMG) buying a farm in Scotland and questioned that deal as being apparent madness. Perhaps it is not – if shareholders want to own a share of a swanky c.12,000 square foot rural farmhouse, and of course a second farm south of Aberdeen. I have a few questions I think Parkmead need to answer PDQ on these matters.
Published 54 days ago
I commented on Parkmead (PMG) last month and noted I saw real potential in the oil and gas assets, but expressed my displeasure in both the news flow and the related party loans to a company controlled by Linda Cross, the CEO’s wife. Gary Newman has already commented on today’s deal that see’s Parkmead buying a company largely owned by Linda Cross. It is a farm in Scotland! I view this deal as outrageous.
Published 55 days ago
I’ve always been a fan of Parkmead Group (PMG), but after the last couple of RNSs there have been for this company, I can’t help wondering if my faith in it to succeed may have been misplaced.
Published 85 days ago
Many AIM oilers just frustrate me with RNS announcements that either don’t need to be made or fail to disclose key information investors need to make sense of the investment case. The Parkmead Group (PMG) is at the opposite end of the spectrum. Ignoring price monitoring extension and holding RNS’s, we have had a grand total of 9 RNS’s in 18 months, 2 of which relate to loans to the Exec chairman’s wife’s company! That just bloody irritates me, but I hold.
Published 623 days ago
I can understand why longer term investors in Parkmead Group (PMG) may be somewhat unimpressed with the performance of the share price recently, but the company itself is continuing to make good progress. I hold shares in the company myself, and whilst the share price has generally been trading in the mid-30p to low-40p range, in spite of the strength that the oil price has been showing in recent months, I’m happy to remain invested and see how things unfold in the coming months and years.
Published 727 days ago
Often the valuation of resource companies on the AIM market seems to revolve more around how popular they are amongst private investors, than having much to do with the progress that they have made, and how well they are likely to do in the future.
Published 823 days ago
Usually it takes far longer for companies to move forwards operationally than the majority of investors expect, and it is at times when most people have become bored and moved on elsewhere, that opportunities can present themselves.
Published 998 days ago
The last couple of years have been a torrid time for those holding shares in small oil and gas exploration companies in general, with very few exceptions.
Published 1496 days ago
This is a question close to my heart as in The Steam Oil Production Company we have a good few barrels of undeveloped reserves, so I do pay attention to how the AIM market seems to value undeveloped barrels in the ground, especially those in the UK & Ireland.
Published 1640 days ago
Everyone knows the oil and gas value chain, I have drawn it for countless investor and strategy presentations, from my days in short trousers in BP's Corporate Planning Department to yet another roadshow presentation for investors. Here is one I had prepared earlier, no need to draw the picture yet again.
Published 2095 days ago
Parkmead Group (PMG) is not only one of the better bullish prospects around in terms of the smaller companies zone, in terms of its daily chart we are also being provided with several lessons as to how the kind of extended rally being witnessed here actually gets off the ground.
Published 2330 days ago
On 23rd May it was announced that Parkmead (PMG) was to buy Lochard Energy (LHD) in an all share deal worth c 4.9p per share. 41% of Lochard shareholders have agreed unconditionally but some – including the former CEO are trying to block the deal.
Published 2343 days ago
Clearly, it does not require too much imagination to work out that after finding support at 12p or just below over the past couple of years, shares of Parkmead may finally go up and stay up. But the problem is trying to work out what will be different this time in terms of the stock being able to find lasting support at the bottom of the range on this occasion versus the other eleven?
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