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WIX
WIX
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IPO 2021 challenges for (inevitably) Deliveroo and (even) Wickes

How many times have you used Deliveroo (ROO)? I cannot remember if it is once or twice for me, but I am not a big fan of the ‘British online food delivery company’. I am glad I have regarded the shares as a strong avoid too, because the (reduced) 390p IPO price earlier this year is embarrassing for the current 252p priced share.

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Professor
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Sunday Long Reads: Epsom Salts, Rough Living, Faking Art, London Shoot-Out, Lying to Investors

Here are five long reads that have nothing to do with shares. Put the kettle on, find a comfy chair. You have the time, don’t you? 
 

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EUA
EUA
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Eurasia Mining statement re Alexei Churakov shares dump – it makes no sense at all

Yesterday, shares in Eurasia Mining (EUA) collapsed, by 50% at one point before closing 40% down at 18p, on news that board advisor Alexei Churakov had dumped 27.4 million shares at 29p. Why do that when a bid is meant to be on the way asked the mug punters? Today there is a statement but it does not wash at all. It fails the smell test.

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Has Supply@Me Capital really outsmarted the major banks like Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan?

On its website, Supply@ME Capital (SYME) makes a lot of bold claims concerning its business proposition for its potential corporate customers such as: 

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Gold
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Gold – Still correcting but in for a 22% rise in 2021 says Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs has pinned a $2,300 per oz target on Gold for 2021, saying that its bull market is not over, according to fnlondon.com, as inflation expectations will move higher, the US$ will weaken and emerging market retail demand recovers. Compared to some forecasts, this is extremely modest but a 22% gain for the yellow metal would still be significant.

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NMC
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More Astonishing Shetty Share Shenanigans: NMC really shows that TR-1s are for little people as Shetty admits to a short

Another day, another announcement from fully-listed NMC Heath (NMC) regarding the share shenanigans of its founder and now former co-chairman. Today we learn that the good Dr Shetty appears to have taken out a 7 million share short position and had been using his shares as part of a general pledge to secure a current $30 million term loan! Did we know about this before the start of the year? Er…

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And Micro Focus gives us a choice: Branson or Bean!

I haven't written about Micro Focus (MCRO) before but Steve talked about challenges at the 'British software giant' a few months back and if you look at the share price movement, then a plunge from a twenty-five quid to a ten quid over the last eighteen months is far from hot. 

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Tesla and The Barbershop Quartet

On a recent podcast, @TeslaCharts, a prominent and distinguished member of the Tesla (NASDAQ - TSLA) bear community on twitter known as $TSLAQ, described the ingredients needed for the Tesla phenomenon as the Barbershop Quartet, which I thought aptly describes not just Tesla but the investment climate which we have, until recently, taken for granted...

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Bear

Extremes are not stable

A central bank should only have ONE JOB - that is emergency liquidity provision in a global panic.But by continuing emergency efforts for a DECADE to “engineer” growth or asset inflation this has transformed global capital markets into political utilities. Now, especially in the US, large powerful too big to fail Corporations have control of the political system through record amounts of lobbying and political (donations) spending.

TLW
TLW

Why I Hope to Get Back All My Fallen Investment in Tullow Oil

Hello Share Strikers. In recent weeks, nay months, I’ve advocated buying shares in the big oilers, like Shell (RDSA) and BP (BP.). I was very lucky here. And I still think there’s some way to go, with the price of Brent Crude once again at the top of the tree.

RSW
RSW

Boring is Often Lucrative and this Vital Outfit which Measures and Senses Is Well Worth a Look

Hello Share Plodders. My search for shares in companies which do something so boring that some top investors may not have even heard of them continues. The point of the exercise is that companies which are doing well and are likely to be doing even better soon can be undervalued because they creep about under the radar.

Gold

Goldman Sachs Portfolio Manager Says All Time Highs for Gold Coming Fast

Ali Zamani argues that gold has been in a bull market since the end of last year. The start of bull markets often go unnoticed; it’s a grind. However, we are making higher highs and higher lows. He looks at the most successful macro investors and many have come out recently with breakout calls. The ground is fertile, the charts look good, and the base is in, gold will rise quicker than most people think. Indeed he explains why gold will hit new record highs ssoner than most folks think.

Gold

Ali Zamani: Former Goldman Sachs Manager Says Gold And Gold Stocks Are Best Investment

In this week's podcast from Palisade, Ali discusses how people compare the current financial situation to those of the past, however the big picture is usually different, as the underlying economic circumstances have changed. The US has real competitors unlike the 1950’s and the demographics are radically shifting. The US deficit will continue to grow in part due to baby boomer retirements, their pensions and health care.

ITV
ITV

Robin Hood, the Eleven Plus and the Chance of a Better Picture for ITV

Hello Share Swipers. Though it horrifies me to think of it, I first watched independent television when I was cramming for my eleven plus. It was at my uncle’s house, as we couldn’t afford a new telly to take the second channel and it must have been sixty years ago. Robin Hood was on.

EU_flag

Tim Martin of JD Wetherspoon on Brexit - this man is a visionary

In today's statement from JD Wetherspoon (JDW) its boss Tim Martin lets rip on those doomsayers from Project Fear who lied to us ahead of the referendum on Independence Day, June 23rd. that fat self righteous windbag Nicola Horlick - who stuffed her clients into Bernie Madoff funds - the banksters at Goldman Sachs, the smug FTSE 100 bosses, lyin' George Osborne and Dodgy Dave Cameron himself all get it in the neck from the visionary Martin. This statement is poetry. I loathe Martin's plastic pubs but I shall hold my nose and go to one in appreciation of what follows. Over to our hero of the day, Mr Tim Martin:

Anarchy

Today’s bubble is EIGHT TIMES the size of the last one

Football fans who want to bet on Euro 2016 should put their money on France to win the tournament on their own turf, according to analysts at Goldman Sachs. The Wall Street bank reckons

Cheryl_Cole

There he goes again, Malcolm blaming Brexit for everything - he is just plain wrong

Last time it was the slowdown in house prices. Today it is the fact that UK equities are not rocketing that Malcolm Stacey is blaming on Brexit fears. His fellow Guardian reading Euro loons blame Brexit for slowing UK economic growth while Dodgy Dave blames it for an increased chance of World War Three. Maybe it is Brexit that is causing Cheryl Cole not to head out to the Greek Hovel for a night of passion with me?.Bloody Boris, you bastard: it is all your fault that I am not playing jiggy wiggy with the UK's leading chanteuse tonight.

RRS
RRS

Time to bank some gold profits for now

With turmoil on markets across the world, gold has seen a resurgence in popularity since the start of the year. It was as recently as late autumn of 2015 when many seemed to be predicting that gold would drop below the $1,000 area, and could possibly even go as low as the $800-850 range.

XEL
XEL

Xcite Energy – could it be toast by June?

Third quarter numbers from Xcite Energy (XEL) make for grim reading indeed. At 18.5p the company is valued at £57.4 million but it could well be toast within nine months.

Bearcast

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 18 September - carry on Up The Sefton Resources

In today's podcast I celebate Fiji - come on guys, the Celtic World expects. Then onto how Goldman Sachs got the FOMC to carry on blowing bubbles and the to the farce carry on up the Sefton (SER) - Raylene Whitford has quit. Then to New World Oil & Gas (NEW), Ferrexpro (FXPO), Arian Silver (AGQ), Monitise (MONI), Metals Exploration (MTL) and LGO Energy (LGO - The Sheriff of AIM vindicated once again

LMI
LMI

Lonmin set to exit FTSE 250 – no rush to bottom fish the shares

It can be tempting to buy into a large company that has seen its share price tumble and looks cheap. But usually it is very hard to predict where the bottom is once some of these companies have been in a downward spiral for a prolonged period of time, and that would seem to be the case with Lonmin (LMI).

Clown

FCA Boss Martin Wheatley gets the bullet from George Osborne for being “too tough” – You’re ‘avin a bubble?

Martin Wheatley, the head of the FCA is to leave his job in September after the twat George Osborne refused to extend his contract. Wheatley is being shown the door and the spin is that he is being given the bullet because he was too tough on the banksters and on the financial services industry. George, pal, you are ‘avin a bubble.

Acropolis

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - 4th July, Independence is on my mind

Happy Independence day to our American listeners. My prayers are that tomorrow Greece votes for freedom and votes Oxi! But will it? And what does that mean for the Euro and shares. I note Goldman Sachs claims that a Nai vote will see global equities rise by 10%. Hmmm, I think it misses the bear in the China shop. A few thoughts brought to you from Athens in today's podcast.

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JE
JE

Just Eat; beware the insider share sales!

A bunting of red warning flags is now billowing gently over the share price of Just Eat (JE.). I first identified this as a candidate to watch for an opportunity to short at the start of last December. Unfortunately I then chose shorting Just Eat as one of my tips for 2015. That decision is going to come back and bite me, but now that Just Eat is trading at 435p (last seen), and after the flurry of recent insider selling, it is time to revisit what could be a cracking trade.

Fresnillo Close to the Bottom

Silver and gold prices have taken a tumble over the past couple of years but now seem to be settling. That has to be good news for Mexican miner Fresnillo (FRES) which has seen its share price more than halve over that period and now trades at around 810p with a market cap of £6 billion. 

RKH
RKH

Rockhopper – FT gets it wrong

An article on Rockhopper (RKH) implying delays in drilling in the Falklands came out in the Financial Times last week. It is wrong. I am sure that CEO Tony Durrant never thought his thoughts would be garbled by journalists in this way. 

Bully

Lse.co.uk – fools & bullies with a clown of a lawyer but NOT originators of market abuse

Okay none of you guessed, my first lawyer’s letter of the year came from Lse.co.uk. Apparently I have damaged its good name and caused it distress. Yes, that is the website which each day carries at least 50 posts smearing me with all sorts of abuse and lies. Next up, Prince Andrew is going to give me a lecture for inappropriate behaviour because my wife is six years younger than I am.

Collapsing-Reactor

The wider implications of low oil prices

Everyone is well aware that the oil price has plummeted, but many have yet to consider the wider implications of this drop. Unless you’ve been living in a cave you can’t help but have noticed the collapse in oil price, but many investors are still only considering it in terms of whether they hold shares in oil producing companies, or even just the fact that it is now cheaper to fill up their car! 

BT
BT

The Only Reason I like Sport is that It's Boosted BT.

Hello Share Bouncers. A wedding guest once asked me for an opinion on a football game. When I said I couldn't give a fig for sport, he asked incredulously 'But what do you do with your spare time!'

JE
JE

Just Eat? Just short more like

Earlier this year, Doc Holiday made a sublime call to short Ocado (OCDO). His timing was perfect. No sooner had Doc sounded the death knell for this stock, the share price took a cliff dive. The logic of Doc’s call was deadly simple – “sell the founder”. 

Anarchy

We live In interesting stock market times

Prevailing world conditions have conspired, in a surprisingly short space of time, to cause us to question the possibility of progress. It is a world of one (civilisation challenging) problem after another. 

Pants on fire

A Brokers BUY stance means sweet FA – a shocking table for you to consider

Some folks get terribly excited about broker research reports. Henry at JP Morgan upgrades his stance from overweight to buy, Goldman’s removes a stock from its Conviction List but still rates it as buy. You know it all means sweet FA. Sorry to market reporters who fill column inches with this stuff but it is meaningless.

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