VAST – having promised no more death spirals and then done one with no conversion notice within 30 days…….. WTF, Nomad Fatty?
Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: If First Derivatives only wants questions about how big its CEO's cock is I have a nasty surprise for it
Cloudcall – 2018 ‘a standout year in terms of innovation, platform investment and sales & marketing capabilities’… so cash burn?
Published 9 days ago
In this podcast I thinkI agree with Dan's tip. I then look at Independent Oil & Gas in light of Jim Armitage's article in the Evening Standard which takes this scandal forward some more. I cover ramp dog Chesterfield (CHF), Marks & Spencer (MKS), Gear4Music (G4M), Halfords (HFD), Starcom (STAR), UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Angus Energy (ANGS) and the zero scenario, and Carclo (CAR). Tomorrow I may have better things to do than a bearcast as is the case every January 12. Or maybe not!
Published 9 days ago
Hello, Share Followers. Halfords (HFD) is a famous high street name. But a respected brand can still lose favour among customers. It’s a bit odd here though as Halfords can steal a march on its more online rivals - as it sells a lot of stuff that needs to be seen in the flesh and is not so easily bought over the net. Bicycles for example...
Published 10 days ago
Another day, another bout of UK retail Christmas trading updates…
Published 234 days ago
Hello, Share Smashers. Sensible investors will be getting alarmed at the headwinds facing high street stores. This makes me rather pessimistic about the future of those familiar emporiums of Halfords (HFD). I always think ‘bikes’ when this enterprise is mentioned. And though I know it sells a lot of other stuff, as a non-customer, I still can’t easily picture exactly what Halfords is really about.
Published 692 days ago
Hello Share Takers. Normally, I commend shares your researches might show are worth buying. I consider I have a bit of an obligation to be bullish on companies which might deserve it, to act as some kind of balance towards the many firms that Uncle Tom and the gang so skilfully warn you about.
Published 789 days ago
Jonny Mason, the Chief Financial Officer of Halford's (HFD) has been fined £12,000 after being caught drink driving a golf buggy at 6 miles per hour in Norway. Naughty Jonny was also banned from driving in Norway for two years and sentenced to two weeks in jail. But Mason is refusing to say whether he will return to Norway to serve his time.