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Weir Group (WEIR) shares are looking attractive at 2364p on technical grounds but with little support by way of book to price values. However, this share still has a faithfully bullish following with the majority of brokers still making the shares a strong buy.
When, as a writer, you start to point out the failings of a company, its loyal supporters on the Bulletin Boards abuse you. They accuse you of being short, being “paid by derampers”, of having a personal grudge and of being an idiot. Gradually the penny drops. As such I do not exactly “feel the love” coming from the Vialogy (VIY) threads tight now. The Bulletin Board Morons are gathering there in force.
Shares of Thomas Cook (TCG) have been and remain one of the charting phenomena of 2013 to date. They have soared from below 50p to 153p since January. There is more to come.
WANDisco (WAND) today announced a 120% increase in Q3 bookings and so is clearly delivering some organic growth but commissioned researcher Edison sees another reason to be interested: it thinks the company is a takeover target.
Bear raider Evil Knievil and I have had a long chat this morning about Dialight (DIA) of which he is short. The core analysis here comes from Matt Earl – the nemesis of Avanti (AVN) who has got to be the UK’s top forensic analyst and has just signed up to the UK Investor show as a star speaker.
There is an interesting article in yesterday's Bangkok Post pointing out that Germany has benefited from three debt write downs in the last 100 years (the Dawes Plan of 1924, the Young Plan of 1929, and the post WW2 Marshall Plan) and urging Germany to approve a EuroBond plan which would surely be a solid step in the right direction.
I met up with Peter Fowler, the CEO of Oxfordshire based security systems company Westminster Group (WSG) the other day and asked him a few questions to which he gave refreshingly detailed responses.
Shares in Afren (AFR) have, for much of the past year and a half, remained within a rather spiky 120p to 160p trading range. This has been characterised by turn on a dime rebounds and failures such as those seen to the downside last month and to the upside to start October. But now?
Why are myself and Brokerman Daniel picking on Vialogy (VGY)? Because it typifies all that is worst about AIM and because the naked transfer of wealth from investors to a greedy and non-delivering board needs to stop. Tom Winnifrith’s weekly video postcard is back with a no-holds barred bang!
Hello Share Fans: Sorry if I've mentioned it before, but I think that Lloyds Group (LLOY) might possibly do rather nicely out of the success of the Royal Mail fandango. So might the old Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
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International engineering, construction and technical support services provider Kentz (KENZ) has announced the latest of a number of contract awards since confirming last month that it was no longer in an offer period after proposals made were considered by its board to undervalue the company. With me having last commented HERE, the following updates…
AIM-listed Software Radio Technology plc (SRT), which describes itself as a developer of “advanced radio communications based marine domain awareness technologies, products and systems… to identify and track vessels of all sizes in leisure, commercial and homeland security applications”, has announced a trading update for its half year ended 30th September 2013, an acquisition and a director share purchase.
We are now on the shareholder list. Dan Levi has bought £10 of shares and I am a tad meaner and have bought £7.50 worth of shares in Vialogy. I expect to make a 100% capital loss but the gruesome twosome are now into battle.
With Chief Financial Officer - Andrew Bracey - having tendered his resignation, FTSE-250 recruitment company Michael Page International (MPI) has brought forward its third quarter of 2013 update to today. It is not entirely pleasant reading.
If you had to use just one charting signal I think it would be the 200 day moving average. A case in point is Falklands oil hopeful Rockhopper Exploration (RKH) – shares in which now trade at 144p: but are heading higher.
I predicted 38 days ago that Paragon Diamonds (PRG) would soon announce that it had a license to mine in Lesotho and suggested it might be worth buying a few at 4.875p. The shares are now 6.31p to sell so do you bank a 30% gain?
Commissioned researcher has reduced its forecasts for chip producer IQE (IQE) after the interim results but still argues that the shares are undervalued.
Ashmed Media (ASHD) listed on Plus, ISDX or whatever it is called on March 15th 2013 and at that stage had £456,000 of cash. Its shares were suspended on 30th August because it could not publish its annual results on time and today it appears that it is more or less game over: the money has gone. The grim but almost comical statement reads:
In the 18 months leading up to March 2013 shares in Amerisur (AMER) rocketed from below 10p to 60p. This move seems to me to have discounted vast amounts of hope for the South America focused Explorer. So it was no surprise that in the summer the shares fell by a third. But…
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