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Funeral company Dignity (DTY) continues to fascinate me...as a slow moving car crash. The last time I wrote on the stock HERE I concluded that ''I am still watching not investing. This one feels as if - again - it is going to go lower" and this still feels the case…
A lot of AIM investors seem to view main market larger companies as being boring as you aren’t ever likely to multiply your capital overnight, but conversely it is unlikely that you will ever lose the lot either. By ignoring the larger companies, especially in the mining and oil sectors, you are potentially missing out on some very good gains, and with relatively low risk to your capital as these businesses tend to be so well diversified that any single event is unlikely to cause a complete share price collapse.
Hello, Share Chuckers. For months I’ve been saying that dividend chasing can be so worthwhile. And now comes the vindication. The year has just finished its third quarter. And it’s revealed that dividends paid in those three months have hit an all-time high by UK registered companies.
Presented by myself, in October 2017, with slam dunk evidence that AIM Casino listed fraud MySquar (MYSQ) had committed wholesale fraud, the boss of AIM Regulation Marcus Stuttard did nothing. So MySquar was able to raise millions more pounds on the casino and private investors have lost everything. Still Stuttard thinks he is doing a good job. We captured the moment Marcus received the MySquar report in the picture below and as you can see HERE, you supplied many suitable captions. But there can only be one winner, Kayeserasera received a signed semi-naked photo of top share blogger Thirsty Paul Scott for the entry below:
KEFI Minerals (KEFI) is pleased to report proposed Ethiopian exploration area expansion, the formal renewal of the Hawiah exploration licence in Saudi Arabia but also “a term sheet for a £2 million (plus an optional second £2 million) secured working capital loan facility”…
AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) was one of two ideas from me in the ShareProphets share tip-fest last Christmas. The hope had been to see some corporate action before the end of the year as the Etinde project saw appraisal drilling and the JV partners wanted to move things on. Well we had the drilling, the shares went up and I top-sliced. So far so good.
We have no idea what our pal Brokerman Dan is up to. For as long as we can remember he has been beastly about Union Jack (UJO) writing things that are true, untrue and half true but all nasty. But suddenly his mate Chris Oil is buying shares and Brokerman Dan thinks the shares are cheap as chips. Whatever. What is that about sinners and repenting?
In August it was announced that Cenkos was buying the Nomad operations of Smith and Williamson, with completion expected in November after due diligence had been done on Smith & Williamson’s Nomad clients. On Friday, at no-one-is-watching o’clock (natch – 6.09pm!!) AIM-listed Arricano Real Estate (ARO) announced that Smith & Williamson had served notice that it would resign on 23 November 2018. Talk about Red Flags at Night!
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.
One has domestic approval ratings which - at this stage of his Presidency - are far better than most of his predecessors, one has almost record low approval ratings among his own voters. But if you are reliant on the MSM, especially BBC or Channel 4 Fake News for your information you would be excused for getting it the wrong way round. Anyhow, do your worst, supply a suitable caption by midnight on Sunday in the comments section below.
You could not make it up. Another week. Another Neil Woodford share support operation in the Mail on Sunday. I look at Woodford and wider issues he faces at The Times and Sunday Times and their shameful role in the MySquar (MYSQ) fraud and at Purplebricks (PURP) and the fundamental weakness in its business proposition that will ultimately sink it.
Warning: This podcast contains references that vegans with a sense of humour bypass (i.e 99% of them) may find offensive. In this podcast I reflect on walking past a dark restaurant in a prime location yesterday. I consider Vodafone (VOD) and the security of its dividend. Finally I ponder whether I am being far too harsh on a company ramped in a sordid manner by Justin the Clown and the Sith Lord Zak Mir and run by a total knobhead, that is to say Amur Minerals (AMC)
It is usually John Paul Getty who is given attribution for the wonderful 'by selling too soon' response to the question of how to get rich. Selling is an important discipline and there is certainly no crime in taking a few profits...which brings us to Tate & Lyle (TATE). Maybe I have been consuming too many sugar - or sucralose - laced products recently but I feel pretty pleased with this one, telling everyone to get stuck in earlier this year and then suggesting a hope price of 7 quid a share in May after an initial bounce. Well hold the front page...it has happened following Thursday's results publication.
Celebrated fund manager John Hathaway feels that gold should be getting more of a bid, but investors remain lukewarm. In the near term, he is unsure of where gold is headed. John cautions that investors are going to become increasingly aware of the dangers of deficit spending and inflation which should cause gold to get more of a bid. A small pullback could still happen, but he doubts that there will be a retest of 2015 lows. Long-term he remains very bullish.
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following shows the shorted AIM shares with positions from 2017 and thus far in 2018 (by net short position %) - and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last week...
Well, here we are again – another Woodford Unicorn has reported, this time Nowegian-listed Thin Film Electronics (OB:THIN) with its 2018 Q3 numbers, and yet another hungry mouth to feed needs feeding, with little in the way of revenue to offer any comfort. The report starts well, but….
In this week’s article, we review five key trading updates made in November so far, and analyse how brokers and tipsters have interpreted the most recent figures.
Having warned repeatedly on this website that AIM-listed Haydale (HAYD) was in trouble and that the shares were a sell all the way down from 78p only in June of this year (and steered a wide berth at 120p in October last year), yesterday the shares crashed to just 14p last seen – a fall of 40% on the day. This follows a Financing Update which is a calamity in every way.
Hello Share Trustees. The Footsie was around 7,800 in the summer. It’s now between 7,100 and 7,200. On paper, most of us have lost big money. Though if you are using this wondrous website you will, like me, have a few penny shares in your bag. And if your choice was anything like mine then you may have had some big successes in this shaky period for the Footsie giants.
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