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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: come on Eng-er-land

There is a correction on Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV),a discussion on the shooting of Donald Trump and what it means and then we can all turn our attention to the football.
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The ShareProphets Sunday Pub Quiz #249

It's time for the ShareProphets Sunday Pub Quiz. There are still no prizes! And remember, no Googling!

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The View From The Montana Log-Cabin As Gold Threatens All-Time High

Gold closed the week at $2,410 – a good improvement on last week’s $2,389 and back over the $2,400 mark. Indeed, it closed around 1% off its all-time high. One might have suggested a new high point is on the cards within days but the assassination attempt overnight on Donald Trump, in my view, now makes that a certainty. What grim times we live in.
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Sunday Long Reads: Wikipedia Admin Grudges, Bezos Crisis, Rideshare Mafia, Haunted Genome, Nukes without the US

Sunday is a good time to sit back, read, and forget about shares. Put the kettle on, find a comfy chair. You have the time, don't you?


Notes from Underground – Most read articles for the week ending 13 July

Here are the most read articles and the most listened-to Bearcasts over the past seven days. The most read non-Tom article last week is by Steve Moore, with Biome Technologies – hopefully my prior warnings were heeded as now having to ‘examine ways’ to have “sufficient working capital”. Er, what about the ongoing losses? at No 1 or No 4 including Bearcasts. 

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: take profits on Lloyds before Labour bites, Carpetright's demise and Skinbiotherapeutics and those forecasts again

It is a solo childcare weekend so I am running late. Apologies. I discuss Lloyds (LLOY) after Malcolm's piece earlier, Carpetright and its likely demise and Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) as well as Sharestock, if you are coming book HERE
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Ariana Resources – further Dokwe project optimisation, Buy

Ariana Resources (AAU) has announced revised pit optimisations have increased its Dokwe project JORC in-pit resources by 16% to now 29.6Mt at 1.33g/t Au for 1.2 million ounces of gold and look to support more production than it has previously noted. The shares are now 2.4p offer, but still tremendously cheap.

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Did You Back the Black Horse? Stay in the Saddle for More (Possibly much More) to Come.

Hello Share Scramblers. ‘Misery!’ quoth my nephew Daniel in the fair city of Doncaster last October. “I bought Lloyds (LLOY) shares at 60p and now they’re only 40p’. ‘Fear not’ responded his favourite uncle. “Buy some more, for they’ll be back at 60p. by the summer’. His favourite uncle, though crippled with age, was right.
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Master Potts on a roll and Steve O'Hara should go on holiday more often

In today's podcast I discuss Labour's mad attack on the UK North Sea, Graft Polymer (GPL), Optibiotix (OPTI), Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV) and Powerhouse Energy (PHE) and buy your Sharestock tickets now HERE I reveal a new ice cream for the day!. 
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System1 – trading update, forecast upgrades ahead but needed?

Shares in marketing data and consultancy group System1 (SYS1) are continuing a strong recent performance on the back of a latest trading update. So what about the update in relation to a now 735p share price?
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Shares in Celadon dive to new low: statement needed

As it is Friday, I fear that FemiNazi PR Sarah Mcleod may be on a long lunch with the sisterhood but I suggest that with shares in her client Celadon Pharmaceuticals (CEL) diving again today to a new low of just 59p she should be crafting a statement. My money is on Celadon already knowing that forecasts will be missed and it needs to ‘fess up to that.
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Share tip: BUY Nexus Infrastructure

Shares in Nexus Infrastructure (NEXS) were rising strongly before falling back until recently and “Holding(s) in Company” announcements now suggest why and that there could be further positive share price momentum ahead.
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BSF Enterprises shares slumping will directors “take one for the team” again?

Frankenstein meat investor BSF Enterprises (BSFA) will have gone bust by Christmas if it does not do another placing. I know that. You know that. The board knows that. My cat knows that. Even Dementia Joe Biden could probably work it out. Okay that last one is pushing it but the maths are clear.

Kefi Gold & Copper – Tulu Kapi “update”, on track for key catalyst ahead, this will be an eight bagger

Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) has issued a “Tulu Kapi Update”-titled announcement commencing that  “excellent progress is being made with the intense Early Works programme following project launch in May 2024 to take Tulu Kapi through to September”. How good is the news overall and is it factored into a 0.625p share price?
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Tom Winnifrith photo bonus bearcast: chatting with Jo Hart of Midas

A few reflections on my first trip to London in years and a Fleet Street wake for the Evening Standard City pages (see photo below) where I once worked as did Jo. We did chat.

Video: The Catalyst for a Powerful Metals Bull Market is in Sight

Analyst Julian Brigden, describes the current economic condition as ‘macro purgatory.’ Brigden warns of an impending recession following a tightening cycle, with only an 8-10% chance of a soft landing. He underlines the significance of employment data, specifically unemployment rates, which can precede a recession and could result in significant rises, potentially causing bond markets to rally while equities weaken. The Fed’s failure to meet its stated goals complicates matters as Treasury and Janet Yellen have counteracted their efforts.
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A failed fund manager turned share blogger discusses the UK's growing economy that only he predicted

Not me silly, it is disgraced Neil Woodford showing once again how clever he is. For although Rachel Reeves has suddenly discovered that things are much worse than she thought which will be the excuse for new tax rises, the hard data shows things are actually much better than we thought. Just, as the great Woodford predicted. 
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Water Intelligence – “strategic acquisition in Ireland”, still growth value from a winning share tip

Minimally-invasive leak detection and remediation company Water Intelligence (WATR) has announced an acquisition of Feakle Gas and Plumbing Limited, emphasising that the deal is a strong foundation for services to Ireland and the EU as well as being risk-adjusted and financially accretive to shareholders. How good is it then from a current 425p to buy the shares?

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