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AIM-listed Minoan (MIN) has offered up some good news to its investors in that 11.325 million options due to expire today and which are not expected to be exercised will not be extended. Of course, the news I would like to see is the monetisation of the Cavo Sidero asset but given that the future dilution has come down (for a change!) this is a small piece of good news.
Cabot Energy (CAB) which, as Northern Petroleum, once saw its shares touch 140p today admitted that unless it gets away a placing at a “deep discount” (its words) it will go bust by the end of January. Its shares, about which we have been warning for eons, have crashed by 59% to 0.625p. To think that, less, than a year ago, former CEO Keith Bush raised $16.5 million at 5p. All the money's gone.
Asiamet Resources (ARS) is one that I have been wrong about in the past, as I wasn’t expecting the share price to drop as low as it has done, but that has been part of a more general trend amongst the AIM resource stocks that aren’t currently generating any revenue.
It has been a nasty month – and with New Year’s Eve still to come it could get nastier. So how is my little portfolio of high-dividend payers faring, and am I still doing better than cash in the bank (which is what I was, as a bear of almost everything, looking to achieve)?
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. Seventeenth up is a first from Steve Moore.
AIM-listed The People’s Operator (TPOP) (until Thursday, but suspended) issued a statement at 6.24pm on Friday to update shareholders on its listing status (no Nomad and due to be booted to the great stockmarket in the Sky on 3 January) and its financial position. A prime example of a no-one-is-watching o’clock RNS – and read it carefully and it is clear that the Grim Reaper is hovering, and will strike imminently...
Every day until New Year's Day, we'll publish a picture of the view through a reader's window. Today's ShareProphets view from the window is Colin S in the Palace Hotel, Da Lat, Vietnam.
Hello, Share Revellers. It might be tempting, without doing any research at all, to compare Balfour Beatty (BBY) to Carillion and the dire problems there were there. But not all construction engineers are in trouble. Balfour Beatty looks set fair, in my humble opinion, for an increased share price and dividends...
Rockhopper Exploration (RKH) was one of the darlings of AIM back in 2010/11 and was a big hit with investors when it first discovered and appraised the Sealion field in the Falklands, but since then interest has waned.
On New Year's Day, we'll publish the top 20 most read ShareProphets articles of the year. But, aside from Tom, who do you think will be the most read ShareProphets writer of the year. (Hint: it won't be me.)
Between Christmas Day and January 2nd we shall be publishing more than 20 share tips of the year – buys and sells. Sixteenth up up is the second from Tom Winnifrith & Steve Moore at N50.
Nope Cheryl Cole is not mentioned. But plenty of other old faves including Quindell (QPP), Globo (GBO), MySquar (MYSQ), Julie "Lingerie on Expenses" Meyer, Big Sofa (BST), Wishbone (WSBN) and Neil Woodford are. There are six resolutions. The first concerns fitness and the walk for Woodlarks where I urge you to donate HERE
For a potted background on the joke of a firm that is City of London Markets (COLM) see HERE. The fact that the company is still operating defies belief and illustrates precisely why the FCA is not fit for purpose.
Is there anything better than sitting back and reading a well-written article on a lazy Sunday? Every week ShareProphets features some long form journalism that you'll find of interest. Grab your cuppa and enjoy these five articles.
WANdisco (WAND) has announced a “second major healthcare deal we have agreed this month” and that “our pipeline with IBM continues to build”…
Every day until New Year's Day, we'll publish a picture of the view through a reader's window. Today's ShareProphets view from the window is George W from Kuantan, Malaysia. Remember to send your Christmas view to [email protected]
It's been well over a year since ShareProphets went members-only, and there is no looking back for us. We're thriving and we don't have to prostrate ourselves to Google ads or anyone else.
I still feel like shite and want to go to bed clutching a half full bottle of brandy. Pro tem I look at the disgrace of the New Year's honours lists for business and in general, I tell you exactly what Neil Woodford is hiding and I explain why the share tips of the year from my friend and colleague Darren Atwater are 100% insanity, the product of a mind infected with full blown Brexit derangement syndrome.
3.28pm on the Friday between Christmas and New Year is hardly the time to release your results unless they are really bad, and so it proved with AIM-listed Inspirit Energy (INSP). This is a company which, let us not forget, has been developing a revolutionary boiler (where is Neil Woodford?) since it listed via an RTO on the Casino way back in 2013 – after it was rescued from administration. The original company dates from 2010. So how are we doing in 2018?
Releasing news on the last trading day of the year, particularly late in the day is usually a red flag. None more so than when the party delivering it is serial value decimator Zafar Karim of Eight Peaks Group (8PG)
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