By ShareProphets | Wednesday 28 June 2017
You may know Tom Winnifrith as the man who exposes fraud on AIM and gets a stack of death threats and lawyers letters for his troubles. Just on Tuesday he has published a massive exclusive on Quindell, the biggest London stockmarket fraud for 30 years, and a con the regulators thanked him for exposing. That breaking news is HERE.
But there is another string to his bow. Using the same analytical skills needed to expose AIM fraud, Tom and his long term writing partner Steve Moore also serve up shares to buy to make money. Tom and Steve are value investors so their readers do not get served up supposedly hot mining or tech stocks which turn out just to be ramps always asking for more money.
Tom & Steve's next share tip (they only do around a dozen a year) will be published at 2PM on Wednesday 28th June TODAY and you can access it, plus updates on all our historic tips HERE
Tom and Steve focus on what you might call "boring companies." That is to say ones with assets, that generate cash, pay dividends and make profits but whose shares do not discount the good news. Boring is cool! Boring is sexy! Because boring makes you money from shares.
While the AIM market has had a dismal five years, Tom & Steve's tips have generated an average return of c20% including dividends and on an offer to bid basis with an average holding period of less than a year. That is pretty spectacular outperformance and it has been delivered year in year out.
The next share tip from Tom and Steve is a classic boring play with cash, asset backing and which is profitable but, though it is of a decent size, the market has just overlooked it. That tip goes out TODAY at 2PM and you can catch it only HERE
Making money from shares is simple. Well it should be. Buy low in companies with solid fundamentals. Ignore all the prattle you read on Bulletin Boards. Indeed if BBs are not discussing the stock at all take that as an added reason to buy - the dumb money is elsewhere!
Then Hold. Hold. Hold. Hold and finally sell when the shares have delivered you big gains. Where so many folks go wrong even if they buy the right shares is by is getting impatient and not being prepared to hold, hold, hold. Let us tell you about Symphony Environmental (SYM) which we tipped at a 6.75p offer just over three years ago. It did nothing for ages....
But we had faith in the management. They do not waste cash and so we knew there would be no rescue bailouts. And Symphony has some cracking products meeting a real need. Just last week there was some cracking news from Saudi Arabia and the shares are now 12p to sell. So our readers, well those who showed patience, are sitting on big gains. Those who took our advice to average down have - in some cases - more than trebled their cash! But we are not advising them to bank those profits as there is far more to come. This share is heading for at least 20p. And the patient will be rewarded.
You can read all about Symphony on our Nifty Fifty website HERE but what you really want is a cracking new share tip where you can get in before the market wakes up to its potential and make - we believe - at least 100%. We have such a new tip out at 2PM TODAY and you can access it HERE.
Since Steve Moore, Tom Winnifrith and Lucian Miers launched the Nifty Fifty four and a half years ago the average gain per share tip on an offer to bid basis has been around 20% with an average holding period of less than a year.
Over four and a half years that track record of delivering steady, market beating gains, is very unusual.
And we will up that average with our next share tip. We have crunched the numbers and know it is a winner. Don't miss out on TODAY'S SHARE TIP - sign up HERE
The Nifty Fifty Team
PS The tip will be going out at 2PM sharp on Wednesday 28 June - THAT IS TODAY - and Lucian Miers will also have a cracking new shorting idea this week as a bonus. To catch the share tip, Lucian and our whole archive sign up now HERE
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