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I first recommended shares in Avanti Communications (AVN) back at 116p years ago. I was still bullish all the way up to c800p when it launched its first HYLAS satellite since when the shares have headed only one way. They now trade at 279p .I apologise for not selling a long time ago.
It is less than four weeks ago when I highlighted the tale of woe at AIM Cesspit listed Scotgold (SGZ) with the shares then at 1.625p. I note that the shares are now quoted at 1p-1.5p so I guess things are not looking up for this dual listed POS Company. But it will get worse.
Leyshon Resources has been tipped on a technical basis here on ShareProphets a couple of times already, with the implied target being as high as 22p. This may still appear to be a long way away at the moment even after today’s rise, but the shares have done nothing over the past few weeks which would suggest that substantial upside will not be seen in the near future.
Edison Research is paid by companies to churn out research so it is not exactly impartial. None the less for uber-posh analyst Charlie Gibson to claim that a stock trading at 96p is in fact worth 614p per share is a bit of a big call.
Tom Winnifrith with his thoughts on the markets and shares to watch.
One of the factors that contributed to the great British banking collapse of 2007-8 was lax regulation, something which is perfectly understandable if as a regulator you are dealing with your future employer.
I've been watching Falcon Oil & Gas (FOG) since it came to AIM and the ESM (FAC) on 28th March this year. So it was with delight that I forced myself onto the Falcon radar by turning up unannounced to interview/chat with its CEO Phillip O'Quigley last week at one of the Proactive Investor forums.
When US Oil & Gas goes tits up, its CEO Brian McDonnell should become a comedian. He really is very good. As our fellow Irishman Frank Carson used to say “It’s the way I tell ‘em.” The latest press release dated 23rd May has had me in stitches for days. It is comic genius. Oddly out there in la la USOPian land some folks seem to believe it. That is less funny.
Mytrah Energy (MYT) is an AIM listed company focused on the Indian renewables sector. It is a cash generative play which looks exciting at 108.5p / share.
Having been booted off AIM, Norseman Gold is still suspended on the ASX. However an operational update published before the Bank Holiday in Oz gives a glimmer of hope that all may not be entirely lost. But with Norseman, one of my worst tips ever for which I apologise once again, we have come to expect the worst.
The June Edition of Spreadbet Magazine is now live and features Tom Winnifrith on the failed AIM system, Zak Mir, an interview with Lucian Miers and a cover feature on gold. You can download it for free by clicking here.
Although I am no Red Adair when it comes to the world of oil & gas exploration, I did attempt to engage in conversation regarding this particular field with an amiable representative of Nostra Oil & Gas at the UK Investor Show last month.
There was a time not so long ago when any company with the word China on its notepaper was seemingly guaranteed stock market share price success.
The end of last week saw Innovation Group as something of a surprise winner in terms of stocks heavily traded among the small caps.
I wrote about Beowulf mining in my first book 101 Charts For Trading success, as an example of the pleasures and pitfalls of what you can achieve in the small caps area. Nearly 2 years on and Beowulf Mining shares is only a fraction of what it was at its peak. Indeed, we have suffered the equivalent of a Dotcom Bubble bursting in mining stocks.
As you might imagine over recent weeks have become quite a keen follower of the news wires in terms of the latest developments at Gulf Keystone. I also keep an eye on what the latest targets are for the oil and gas explorer. It would appear that we are looking at anywhere between £10 and 10p as far as the forecast price targets for this much followed / sacred cow of a company.
Clearly, it does not require too much imagination to work out that after finding support at 12p or just below over the past couple of years, shares of Parkmead may finally go up and stay up. But the problem is trying to work out what will be different this time in terms of the stock being able to find lasting support at the bottom of the range on this occasion versus the other eleven?
Ithaca Energy shares would appear to serve as a reminder that as far as many small caps, and other companies that are relatively illiquid, you really need to step back from the near-term noise on the daily chart and look at the bigger picture. Only then do you really give yourself a chance of making a call worth trading on for the long haul.
For some weeks I was rather put off from looking at the charting picture of Afferro Mining on the basis that it was likely to be a M&A situation where the fundamentals could overtake the technicals at any point.
EMED (EMED) issued a rather wordy statement on Wednesday which is on balance good news.
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