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Reviewing AIM-listed global project management and technical consultancy WYG plc (WYG) at the end of last month I concluded that it ‘is a recovery story which looks to have further to run’ (see HERE), whilst brokerage N+1 Singer noted “on a 12 month view, given recent trading momentum (and forecast upgrades), we believe that WYG shares are likely to breach 100p”. Today has seen this share price achieved already and the following updates…
Post a trading update at the end of last month, marketing services group Creston plc (CRE) has continued to buy-back shares – a further near £100,000 worth at approaching 103p each. There has also been an update from researcher Edison, so is there value on offer? The following reviews…
Birmingham-based developer and supplier of software for product development and manufacture, Delcam plc (DLC) has today announced interim results to 30th June 2013, which reveal a seventh consecutive six-month period of record sales. Having just chatted to the company’s management, the following updates…
I have this morning sent a letter to the AIM regulation team and have also forwarded on a copy of the Dillabaugh vs. Ellerton 2009 judgement. The Regulator is already investigating numerous compliants against Sefton but I ask it today to suspend Sefton shares in light of the new documents I have unearthed and the claims made by Ellerton under oath to have defrauded Sefton shareholders
My letter went by email but it is an open letter so I have recorded what was written on video for you all.
I have this morning sent a letter to Nick Harriss, a good man, who is in charge of the Sefton account at its Nomad Allenby. I have sent him a copy of the Dillabaugh vs. Ellerton 2009 judgement.
So far I have been nice to AIM Cesspit posterboy Sefton (SER) but now it is gloves off time as I reveal how Sefton boss Jim Ellerton swore on oath in Court in 2009 that he had defrauded shareholders in Sefton Resources of hundreds of thousands of dollars. And I have obtained and attach the document that verifies this shock revelation.
Were gold stocks a bubble in 2010. I discuss why Petropavlosk (POG) is now the most shorted stock in London. What's the looming bubble? House prices.
When I spotted Vesuvius (VSVS) equity early in July as an undervalued share and candidate for my buy list, the then share price was 378p. Having touched 530p, it has since returned to a share price of 450p (last seen) and back in contact with the chart’s share price trend, having briefly shot through it.
We knew a three weeks ago that Reach4Entertainment (R4E) was trading in line and was making further progress at tackling central costs by parting company with grossly overpaid FD Shirley Stapleton. I called the stock a recovery play at 3.75p then but with one caveat. That caveat has now gone and the stock at 4.75p is a clear buy.
A week away and much to my surprise there has been no news from Sefton Resources (SER), the AIM listed POS that is suing me for libel. I see the shares are now at 0.475p, under the MA line which in charting terms, I am told, means they are a mammoth sell ( upside is capped at the MA) the initial target price would be 0.275p. Charting is bollocks. And, in this case, generous, my target price remains 0.01p. But there are two howling questions for Sefton.
A poll was done recently regarding management of a certain company. In it a reader listed the numerous faults of the company but thoughts new management might do better as “…we do have an estimated 3.5 million barrels of oil. That's got to be worth some thing. A new management team could transform us.”
Concha (CHA), the latest vehicle of investment hot shot Chris Akers managed to complete a £1 million placing at 0.35p and another acquisition in time to announce at 7 AM on Friday. Had it left it any later its shares would have been booted off the exchange. As it is they moved ahead to 0.41p – valuing the company at £3.3 million. The Akers express has left the station.
I like to think of myself in religio-investment terms, as a ‘contrarian, value oriented fundamentalist’ - or ‘CVOF’. In my opinion, it has merits when it comes to seeking personal salvation and stock picking. It was that which prompted me to propose Rio Tinto (RIO) ordinary shares in mid June at 2780p when - and because- other men’s (I use the word inclusively to include women) thoughts and words were filled with ‘China fear’.
Post its results announcement for the first six months of 2013 this coming Monday (12th August), I am scheduled to chat to the management of AIM-listed developer and supplier of software for product development and manufacture, Delcam plc (DLC). I shall report here after the chat but the following details the outlook as currently known.
Next week is a significant one for shareholders in AIM-listed Bglobal plc (BGBL), a company now targeting software and services to participants in the UK energy market having been hit by delays in the rollout of ‘smart meters’. The following explains why...
News from the land where no-one shags sheep: Manufacturer and leading global supplier of advanced semiconductor wafers, IQE (IQE) has announced that its material has been qualified for high-volume manufacturing by strategic partner, Solar Junction.
Should a company ever be valued at less than its net cash position? I draw your attention to Ovoca (OVG) - a small Russian gold miner that has a market value of £8.95 million.
Fully listed Fortune Oil (FTO) has announced a string of transactions which has left many investors pretty confused but broker VSA Resources reckosn it is good news for investors. It has published a detailed note explaining all.
After losing for six consecutive days, the gold futures rebounded 2.14 percent in the past two days to end at $1,310.10 on Thursday. The prices jumped a further 0.3 percent during Asia Friday morning.
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