Hello Share Crimpers. Scrolling through YouTube for my guilty pleasure of old westerns, I happened upon a science video. Apparently, outer space isn’t a vacuum after all. There are bits floating around. It seems these particles collected together to form a mystery bubble around the solar system with the sun dead centre. Nobody knows how or why this took place. Except that it appeared at exactly the time man first walked on the earth. And if the protective screen wasn't there, we would have been ground to powder by marauding meteors. Possible evidence of a protective God, don't you think.
I start with KPMG and another scandal but the real scandal is the way it deals with its employees who are fraud enablers by act or by omission or both. Then onto the Methodists and why its stance on Rio Tinto (RIO) is, I suggest, not what Jesus would have advocated. Moreover it highlights how ESG driven investing has created valuation anomalies on both the long and short side. Finally, THG (THG) and PE bid speculation.
Hello, Share Seekers. If you’re reading this you’re a shareholder with disposable income. And if you’ve been following tips on the winter wonderland we call shareprophets.com. you may be a bit wealthy by now. Now, as a person of means, you have a responsibility to be generous with your dough and kind in your actions. That’s the Christmas spirit, right?
I start with Joshua’s Advent calendar and with some right-wing harridan on Twitter who reckons that suggesting Jesus was a refugee is anti-Jewish left-wing fake news. Then it is onto Falanx (FLX) en passant, Online Blockchain (OBC) and to Remote Monitored Systems (RMS), both of which have disgraced themselves yet again today.
Hello, Share Fliers. Though I didn’t think I’d miss going to church in these dark days, I do. Our three-hour Good Friday service was cancelled. As well as every other service or church function for goodness knows how long. But all those denied an Easter church service - more than attend Saturday football matches - are still able to take part in online services.
As my father used to say ‘It takes some believing, doesn’t it?’ He was referring to Christianity almost on his death bed. And you have to sympathise. Take the Nativity story. Three kings following a star to a stable to see a child of humble parents. And already there are shepherds who’d been watching their flocks earlier when angels visited.
I cover Conroy (CGNR) elsewhere but its the sort of seedy waste of space nonsense that makes me despair of AIM. And so i turn to a follower of JC, Archbishop Justin Welby. The JC I refer to is of course Jezza not Jesus. Welby's comments yesterday are so utterly wide of the mark, no wonder he leads a failing organisation.
Once again, this weekend, there is no hand waving video from the flat Julie Meyer shares with her sex toys claimed on expenses and books about following Tony Blair and Jesus. Why not I wonder? Instead she has spammed her 100% non GDPR compliant list ( I got two) with the following which strikes me as A grade MBA gibberish. It is all about creating value, something hundreds of unpaid staff, suppliers and tax men know Julie is so good at. Can any reader explain to a simpleton like me what the following is all about?
I forget where in the bible it says "blessed are those who don't pay staff, who put lingerie on expenses, who are wanted by the Police on criminal charges, have not paid taxes in three countries or numerous suppliers. Blessed are those who, rather than turning the other cheek to legitimate criticism harass journalists and whistleblowers with lawyers letters, online blogs and other methods." Which Gospel is that in? Perhaps Julie Meyer knows - this weekend she retweets the Pope, explains how she forgives and talks about meeting Jesus for the first time. Enjoy...
There was I hoping for one of those hand waving videos filmed inside the rented flat where Julie Meyer lives with her sex toys and books praising Jesus and Tony Blair. Perhaps Julie would care to explain why she did not shoot a video this week to put all those nasty rumours to bed. Over to you sister... But as you can see below she has spammed her wholly non GDPR compliant mailing list with a letter which is quite simply bonkers and also defamatory.
Hello Share Mashers. Yonks ago I bought a book telling how a Christian could still trade shares. A bit of an insult, I thought, as that implies the two disciplines are incompatible. But I soon realised that some investors go against Christian principals. Here’s how Christians might conduct their share activity.
Hello Share Triggers. In a long career of share-shifting, many people have looked down their noses at me. How can you be a church-goer, they scoff, and still make money on shares? For you to make dosh, someone else has to lose it. So it’s a kind of theft - another breach of the Ten Commandments.