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I gather that I am not wildly popular with certain Bulletin Board Morons for my pieces yesterday on Gulf Keystone (GKP). Arguing that the shares could be worth 0p in some circumstances (HERE) or pointing out that its Bonds were now in Junk Bond territory (HERE) was always going to attract some ire. However, the tone of the comments is most instructive. We are in phase 1 of grief.
Hello share folk. There is little new one can say about the Russian/Ukraine crisis's effect on shares. We all know that the world's stock prices are certainly depressed by this sorry situation.
My jaded eye caught sight of a market news item that a major investment banking house is tipping SSE (helpfully it used to be called Scottish and Southern Energy) the utility shares. The share price (last seen) was 1504p; at that level the shares sell on an historic dividend yield of 5.6%.
The share price of Gulf Keystone (GKP) is driven by private investors. The bond price is driven by more informed individuals and it is now screaming out JUNK!
This is not a question that the legions of Gulf Keystone (GKP) shareholders want to consider but they should now accept that this is a possibility – however remote. How they must wish they had followed grossly overpaid CEO Todd Kozel in dumping all their stock last year.
David Cather, the mining engineer and former AngloGold Ashanti luminary who has been chief executive officer of Avocet Mining (AVM) since 2012, is about to finalise his new plan to revive the company, which has been a spectacular AIM mining dog. At its core will be a revised strategy for the West African-focused company’s flagship Inata gold mine in Burkina Faso in the wake of a formidable $46 million (£29 million) loss for 2013, when rising costs and a weak gold price saw production down by 12.5 per cent to 118,443 oz. and revenues off 26 per cent to $149.3 million.
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Investors of all types often fall into trap of the following mistaken logic: Thing A is going to be huge. Company B is involved in Thing A, therefore the shares of Company B are a buy. Hence with Tanfield (LSE:TAN) – at 15p worth £20 million, a former stock market darling: Electric vehicles are the thing of the future. Tanfield make electric vehicles. Etc. I warned recently about Tanfield and note that it admitted last week that its investment in Smiths Electric vehicles is probably worthless. It happens all the time. But it’s fun while it lasts.
On Thursday morning AIM Cesspit posterboy Arian Silver (AGQ) snuck out its calendar 2013 results with a press release whose lack of disclosure truly is appalling -something that has landed it in the soup before, see HERE. Do the mothers who run this company not know that the purpose of a results release is to clearly inform shareholders what is going on? Or do they not give a fuck?
EMED Mining (EMED) has announced the appointment of Isaac Querub as CEO of the Company and of Alberto Lavandeira as COO. Seneor Lavandeira also becomes the CEO of the operating subsidiary, EMED Tartessus. So what?
Bear raider Evil Knievil has warned shareholders in Albermarle & Bond (ABM) that they face complete wipeout in just ten days’ time and should sell at 7.23p now while they have the chance.
A disappointing drill result earlier this week saw over £350 million wiped off of the market cap of Ophir Energy (OPHR) in an instant, which seemed somewhat of an over-reaction, to say the least!
Hello share jugglers: If I buy shares in a small firm, I do not risk loads of cash. I buy a modest number of shares. Then, if the value rises, I do not skim profits off the top.
Shares in Burberry are suffering from a lack of interest following the possible economic sanctions against Russia. So far the sanctions announced by the US and Europe have not been a real threat to the Russian regime, however there are signs from a meeting of European leaders that economic sanctions are next on the agenda.
Praise the Lord that I am in Bristol not London today as various other folks are right now stuffing envelopes with letters, tickets, full speaker line up details as we start to post out tickets to the UK Investor Show on April 5 in Westminster. All tickets ordered as of today will be sent by last post Friday with most going out TODAY.
The Bulletin Board Morons who a year ago worshipped the ground that Gulf Keystone’s (GKP) grotesquely overpaid CEO walked up and abused anyone who had the timerity to question the valuation of this PR creation have had another dreadful day as Gulf has admitted that it could be bust within ten weeks.
Vislink (VLK) has announced a net £9 million (including £2 million via 4,700,904 new Vislink shares at 42.545p each) acquisition of Pebble Beach Systems, a Surrey-headquartered company with leading software products for television automation and media management for broadcast studios. At 47.5p to buy the shares look great value.
Amidst the doom and gloom of big high food street retailers, it's great to see the success story of Next stores moving through the gears, poised as they are to make more money this year than Marks & Spencer (MKS) for the first time ever. CEO, Lord Wolfson, noted the performance was “significantly ahead of expectations” and announced the company will pay a £75 million special dividend to shareholders to distribute surplus cash.
Commissioned Researcher Edison has today issued a note on behalf of its client Kenmare Resources (KMR) claiming that “execution and finance risk addressed”. With the utmost respect to the analyst in question, convicted felon champagne Charlie Gibson, that is total bollocks. Sell.
Shares in Partnership Assurance Group (PA.) were knocked sharply yesterday and have fallen again today to 126p thanks to the budget proposal to allow folks not to take an annuity when their pension is due – annuity provision is a major part of Partnership’s business. Bear raider Evil Knievil reckons the market has got it wrong and has bought the shares.
Don’t say we don’t listen. The first is as a result of your feedback!
As the sorry saga of UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) reminds us, AIM stock promotions invariably revert to mean. The company, on Friday, announced a placing at 0.9p, pretty much the level at which the shares were a year ago before they succumbed to retail summer madness and sky-rocketed to ten times that level.
I record with Argentina and Iceland in the background on mute. Hell's teeth who on earth could support the fecking Argies? I explain the sheer torture Brokerman Dan Levi has in store for me in six weeks time and give him a reason to add to that. Andalas (ADL) is utterly worthless crap and his commentary on Friday and the statement that resulted utterly stinks. Anyhow consider how he will torture me as we walk 32 miles, feel sympathy and SPONSOR ME HERE. Then I look at Paul Scott winning an award for PR and at events at Theranos and Tesla.
Yesterday, in order to avoid a strike off at companies house Julie Meyer finally filed accounts for Ariadne Capital Entrepreneurs Investments Limited – that is to say accounts for calendar 2016! The accounts are fraudulent and there is a real question as to whether she should have been filing them at all – perhaps Andrew Duncan of administrators Leonard Curtis has a view. Let me explain.
Hello, Share Spinners. Another weekend is upon us which gives a chance to throw in a few general and unrelated thoughts about the perils and the opportunities of a very unstable share market at the moment. The main preoccupation of most of us, I suspect, is whether we should turn our shares into cash. This is not the time to turn everything into mazuma, I would suggest. But it might be wise to convert a third of our portfolio into the hard stuff.
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...
I’m slightly surprised that I haven’t commented on Boxhill Technologies (BOX) this year as it was a favourite of mine in 2016 and 2017 but I have managed to access new information that is shocking even by Boxhill’s standards, namely Phil Jackson’s director disqualification due to what looks like a slam dunk VAT fraud.
Buy shares in Berkeley Energia (BKY)! Okay that is what I think, you want to hear from veteran investor and libertarian thinker Doug Casey.
I thought I would do an update on Stuttard’s Septic Seven – a portfolio carefully selected for Marcus Stuttard, the head of AIM for him to invest his cash in to demonstrate his utmost confidence in the regulation of the system he oversees as the Sham Sheriff. The members were all companies we had Red Flagged here on ShareProphets – but not to worry, because no action had been taken and investors were still free to lose (oops, sorry) invest their cash in those shares. It is some nine-ish months since I looked at this portfolio. I wonder what has changed?
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Hello Book Lovers. Writing for Shareprophets. com has given me terrifying insight into the world of dark horror. So I wrote a scary novel called Black Snow.
Ariana Resources (AAU) has announced latest work at its 100% owned Kizilcukur project “continues to highlight the potential for the project to become a satellite source of ore for the Kiziltepe mine”…
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