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Feargal Sharkey highlights the ESG hypocrisy of big finance

Always spotless, green and neat, The smoothest woke spin gets them. I misquote, of course. But I am sure that the lead singer of the Undertones, who produced the classic My perfect cousin, now that we have a CD machine here, often playing this year at the Greek Hovel, will not object. These days Feargal spends his time campaigning on river quality. What else would an ageing punk do? The tweet below demonstrates the hypocrisy of big finance on ESG matters.

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How likely is it that a proper silver short squeeze will happen?

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past week or so, you can’t but fail to have noticed the news around a massive ‘short squeeze’ on a number of heavily shorted US stocks, with GameStop ($GME) and AMC Entertainment ($AMC) attracting particular attention.

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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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Video: Gold Price Signaling Imminent Stimulus, gold juniors cheaper than at any time for 20 years

Analyst David Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics argues that banks like JP Morgan leverage commodity market options via manipulating prices via massive amounts of paper contracts. This manipulation is a source of massive profits for these bullion banks and is permitted because it benefits Central Banks. These shock and awe hits to the market are designed to shake out weak participants.

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Video: Depressed Gold to Silver Ratio Creating Buying Opportunity of a Generation

Analyst Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin makes a very compelling case for past market manipulation by large banks like JP Morgan. He sees a perfect storm coming soon – one where there will be no safe haven assets except precious metals. He argues that bonds no longer have real returns when you consider inflation and are guaranteed to lose money.

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SIG offers longer term recovery potential if it can ride out the coming months

Covid-19 has had a big impact on many companies and quite a number of them now look priced to pretty much completely fail and go bust.

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Oil Companies May Be Vulnerable to Climate Changes, but I'm Not Dumping My shares Just Yet.

Hello, Share Changers. As someone who owns shares in oil giants, like Shell (RDSB) BP (BP.) and Tullow (TLW) not to mention a few smaller plays, it hurts to write this modest article. But I really do fear that we may be looking at the beginning of the end for fossil fuels. While two economists at that huge bank J P Morgan have interesting related views on the subject. 

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AstraZeneca Looks Set For a Healthy Share Price with Promising New Treatments in the Pipeline

Hello Share Squabblers. Of the two great British giants in the pharmaceutical sector, I long ago chose to invest in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). But perhaps I should have opted for AstraZeneca (AZN) instead...

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With the Big Couch Potato Share so Undervalued, a Big Hike Might Come Down Santa Claus Lane

Hello, Share Pushers. Of all the shares which are undervalued at the mo, ITV (ITV) must be among the leaders. I’m not the only one who thinks so. JP Morgan also describes ITV stock as ‘undervalued’. The market often gets things wrong, of course, but it’s hard to see why ITV is not attracting as many investors as it might be.

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The wit & wisdom of fraudster Sam Antar as he has a go at timeshare companies

Sam Antar's interview was the highlight of Gold & Bears. The guy is a comedy genius as well as a fraudster genius as you can see here. Today he is having a go at listed timeshare companies which are being touted by banksters at a JP Morgan conference as a new hot thing. Sam vs the banksters: I know who I'd back. As ever the man is a bit of a wit. Sam starts with this tweet:

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ASOS plc – even house brokers don’t see much upside from here, others even more cautious

Following interim results from online fashion retailer ASOS (ASC) yesterday, I concluded that the valuation discounted heroic improvement from what is presently being delivered and looks to leave precious little margin for any concern to have an at all material impact – see HERE. The following reviews the response of the broker community…

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Afren – Not Good for Shareholders if true

Reports on Bloomberg this morning suggest that shareholders in Afren (AFR) are about to be diluted to buggery as bondholders step up to the plate to prevent insolvency. You cannot say you were not warned by many of us on this website. 1p here we come.

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Argos Resources – was Chris too bearish

Over the last few weeks we have seen an uplift in sentiment towards the Falkland Island plays. Rockhopper (RKH) and Falklands Oil & Gas (FOGL) were the early movers out of the blacks followed by the dogs Argos (ARG) and Borders & Southern (BOR). 

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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”. 

Short Positions - you may want to check if you are up against these...

In a previous table highlighting those investment firms that had disclosed short positions in two or more of the stocks that have been covered bearishly on this website, we noted that investors may want to double check if they are on the other side of other trades of these seemingly shrewd investors. The following table offers a further indication why...

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ASOS plc – brokers wrong before, are they wrong again?

Following the most recent profit warning and share price decline from ASOS plc (ASC), a number of brokers have updated with a positive stance on the shares. Are the City community right now having also largely been positive at much higher prices previously (see HERE)? Er...

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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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