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If you have any complaints about this morning’s placement by Summit Corporation (SUMM) then I am afraid you can’t have done your research properly. This is a company with an established track record of savagely discounted dilution and its CEO, Glynn Edwards, even told you it needed money, less than two weeks ago.
From the AIM Cesspit to the ISDX (formerly Plus) mini Cesspit and to Feonic (FEO) which has today announced that it is withdrawing from ISDX subject to AGM approval because the cost is not worth it. Henceforth shares will be traded on a matched bargain basis only and investors will get far less company information. Hmmm ...this is shocking and I flag it partly as I have “history” with this company and becuase I want to accuse Feonic boss Brenda of telling lies..
Empyrean Energy (EME) shares have, in theory, done all that is required in the near-term to prove themselves as being one of the small cap heroes over the first half of 2014.
Even a casual glance at the daily chart of San Leon (SLE), over the past year, will tell you that it has not been a happy time for the bulls. Since January 2013, we have seen the share price almost exactly halve. Looking even further back and the story become even more of a tragedy.
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Today I show you a classic example of a company that’s only real reason to list on AIM is for funding. Great Western Mining (GWMO) has decimated shareholder funds, ever since it first listed on AIM in 2011 at 13p. It has plummeted to 1.4p since.
dotDigital Group (DOTD) has announced results for the six months ended 31st December 2013, which it considers show a “strong performance” and believes it is "confident of achieving both revenue and profit expectations for 2014 and of delivering long term shareholder value”. However, after a strong run, does there remain any share price value here?
Hello Share Fans: You have probably been watching all these horrible pictures of homes under water in the south and west of England.
No sooner had the mining sector started to show some signs of recovery at the start of the year, the Baltic Dry Index plunged dramatically. Initially blamed on an economic lull before China’s New Year (January 31st), we are now entering a critical period. A recovery is needed soon, if one of my Trading Themes for 2014 (to buy general mining stocks) is going to prove to be a good call.
As far as technical analysis of Gulf Keystone (GKP) is concerned, taking a view on the chart is equivalent to gazing on the north face of the Eiger. Is there any hope of regaining that summit?!
David Lenigas, entrepreneurial Australian chairman of Rare Earth Minerals (REM), is waiting for imminent results of the latest drilling at the AIM-quoted company’s lithium and rare earths projects in northern Mexico.
Shares in engineered products developer Elektron Technology (EKT) have fallen significantly since reaching 45p in May 2011 and currently trade a further near 13% lower today, at 5.875p, on the back of an update on the company’s year ended 31st January 2014. Is it time to bottom fish?
We tipped this stock on our Nifty Fifty website last week at 155.75p to buy. We measure our performance on an offer to bid basis unlike most websites which hide their real achievements by using a mid to mid. After 14 months in operation the average Nifty Fifty tip is (with an average holding period of around seven months) ahead by 19.38% on an offer to bid basis (including dividends). For more information ahead of our next tip go here. Back to Max (MAX). It is still a buy at 157.5p – last week’s article read:
Leni Gas & Oil (LGO) has traditionally been something of a tough cookie for technical analysts to bite into. Penny stocks are usually problematic, but good old Leni can be particularly problematic. This is not only due to liquidity issues, but also because of the volatility that stems from most companies in the resources space.
We have a spare ticket going as Lucian’s wussy Norwich supporting stockbroker has cried off citing rain, cold and general wimpishness. Bear raider Lucian Miers will drive us back from the Boleyn to Central London as the workshy commies on the Underground go on strike again at 9.30 PM. Want to come along as West Ham seeks to make it three wins on the trot against Norwich tonight?
Following up on an interview with John Embry a few weeks ago, Henry Bonner, of Sprott Global, has put more questions to the Chief Investment Strategist at the world's best known resource investment group, asking his opinion on the direction he believes silver and gold are heading in. This is compelling reading for all precious metal investors.
It makes a refreshing change these days for the director of an AIM-listed company to put his hand in his own pocket rather than dipping it into the till!
President Energy (PPC) chairman Peter Levine has always been quick to support any fundraising and not just for a token amount, as you see with the directors of many other companies.
Recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) has updated that its results should show 2013 performance “in line with market expectations”. Apparently,“the positive trends seen in the first half of 2013 were cemented by some notable successes in the second half though trading was somewhat variable across territories”.
Hello Share Shovers: There are some companies that you just know won't let you down. There are no guarantees of course, but you still get that strong feeling.
Back in 2013 I caught up with Matt Lofgran CEO of Nostra Terra Oil & Gas (NTOG), Today I caught up with Matt again to offer up some explanation to Ntog's revitalised price action since its recently announced credit facility with Texas capital bank.
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