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Greggs plc (GRG), the leading ‘bakery food-on-the-go’ retailer in the UK with 1,671 retail outlets, has updated on “strong demand” over the Christmas period and that it anticipates that it “will report full year results in line with our previous expectations when we make our preliminary announcement on 26 February 2014”. This has helped the shares more than 10% higher today, to a current 493p – so what’s baking here?
Today’s Christmas period trading statement from Tesco (TSCO) was pretty awful and worse than that from Sainsbury’s (SBRY) yesterday.
Public sector software and engineering information management-focused Idox plc (IDOX) has announced results for what it describes as a “disappointing” year to 31st October 2013. This is reflected in the share price – which reached 59.5p during the period but is just now recovering from around the 30p levels. Is there now a recovery opportunity here?
Do not folks who have a few enemies learn their lessons from doing live twitter Q&A’s? it seems not. At 4 PM today Michael O’Leary from RyanAir (RYA) will be on line tweeting questions sent to #AskRyanair ? Oh dear. It already looks grim for the odious O’Leary.
A new year, a new horizon and for this month's Stock-Ping we look at Software Radio (SRT) or Software Radio Technology plc who develop and market AIS (Automatic Indentifying Systems), advanced radio communications based marine domain awareness products and systems for large vessels as mandated by the International Maritime Organisation, for the identification and tracking of water-borne commercial, homeland security and leisure vessels of all sizes to a global customer base.
Broker XCap has initiated its coverage of the new David Lenigas play UK Oil & Gas (UKOG).
The Opportunity: This Company is a mini conglomerate operating in Africa with exposure to diamonds, agriculture and forestry. It has net cash and is cash generative. The valuation at an 8.5p offer is £21.5 million which fails to discount the cash that this company will be generating. There are a number of news triggers due over the next few months that will drive a material re-rating.
E-mail marketing and marketing automation software and managed services group dotDigital (DOTD) has updated that, following the first half of its year to 30th June 2014, it “remains confident of achieving both revenue and profit expectations for the full year”. However, with the shares having risen from sub 18p as recently as October to a current 29.875p, is there any value left here?
Early in 2013, the Closet Chartist read an article where a U.S. hedge fund manager suggested that if he wanted to win an investment competition Monitise (MONI) would be the stock he would choose.
Following my expose of Nicola Horlick and her dismal excuses for blowing so much of other folks cash in backing King Ponzi Bernie Madoff, a comment has appeared below that article which just blows wide open Horlick’s self created superwoman myth.
Given the way that EMED Mining (EMED) shares had made their way up from 5p in June up to as high as 10.5p at the beginning of last month it may seem churlish to complain about the overall performance of the stock in recent months.
Hello Share Misers: The two partly state-owned British banks, Lloyds Group (LLOY) and the old Royal Bank of Scotland, RBS (RBS) which includes that Nat West, are both zipping along happily so far this year.
Domino's Pizza Group (DOM) has updated that “full year results for the group are expected to be in line with market consensus” as a result of “2013 profits ahead of market expectations for the UK and Ireland, but losses in Germany will be higher than expected primarily due to the later than expected transition of the corporate stores into franchisee hands”. Are there thus still unsavoury bites in the investment case here?
At 360p (last seen) and on an historic dividend yield of 4.6%, Sainsbury shares look a good bet. But..
Congratulations to Tom Winnifrith, the dark destroyer Matt Earl and Lucian Miers who called this one bang on the money as a sell at 1200p on this website. Fundamentalists do it it right now and again.
Back in November I suggested that the share price of Purecircle (PURE) might be ready to unravel, citing mainly its whopping inventory levels and its inability to generate cash or profits from a story (natural stevia-based sweeteners) that was beginning to get a bit long in the tooth. Then the shares were 420p.
Although this initial technical appraisal of Lombard Medical Technologies (LMT) may not sound very charting based, it would appear that happy days are set to return at the endovascular products specialist, at least in share price terms.
On 31 December (probably hoping that the announcement would go largely unnoticed), Silverdell (SID) announced that it is not anticipated that shareholders will receive any return for the shares they hold and that admission of the group's shares to the AIM Cesspit will be cancelled on 2 January 2014. This was a stock I tipped. I have apologised for that. But Silverdell CEO Sean Nutley misled investors and need to have his collar felt.
Last August, 21st Century Fox, recently spun-out of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp held an investor day. One of the slides they put up was titled ‘Why Sports Matters’ and included the quote that ‘43% of adults are hooked on pay TV because of sports’. As an analyst and investor, whenever I see the word ‘hooked’ I start to pay particular interest. Profits often follow…
After rising annually for 12 consecutive years, the U.S. Comex gold futures sank 28 percent in 2013 to end at $1,202.30, back to the level in mid-2010. The total gold-backed ETF holdings dropped by a third last year, with the largest Gold ETF, the SPDR Gold Trust, dropping by a whopping 41%.
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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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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