Articles by: MALCOLM STACEY

EPIC CWR
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Ceres Part 2: The Case Strengthens as the Share Price (Unfairly) Backs Off

Hello Share Squashers. It’s not often I suggest you look at the same share in the same week. But there’s enough data to add to my earlier posting on Ceres Power (CWR). Especially as the good news I imparted on a partnership with Shell (SHEL) has made no difference to the share price. It seems the City has yet to wake up to the potential here.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-30 08:09:58
EPIC CWR
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Ceres, the God of Agriculture and a Green Pioneer, Looks to Future Profits in a Deal with a Giant

Ceres Power Holdings (CWR) does green stuff with fuel cells and electro-chemical technology. The share price has fallen lately, as encouraging news announcements have been in short supply. But the fact remains that we live in a world where governments have pledged war on fossil fuels and Ceres looks to have some of the answers. And now it seems the mighty Shell (SHEL) has come on board.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-29 08:05:57
EPIC 0I47
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Jumbo Retailer with Membership Fees could Beat the Inflation Threat

Hello Share Trundlers. You might want to avoid shares in shops and stores in these inflationary times as people cut down on their shopping. But some retailers might do better than ever when money is tight. Take Costco (0I47) for instance.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-27 08:10:18
EPIC
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New Home, Forced selling, Crafty Directors and Bears on the Prowl.

Hello Share Squeakers. This old punter is hunkering down in a new arts and crafts gaff soon. Fear Not there is an outlet of the Punter'sd Return chain near my new residence. But this means I’m having to sell a load of shares in an unseemly hurry to raise the cash. What a time to do it, eh, as we’ve had something of a bear market in the last few weeks? Never mind, it could have been worse. And here’s why.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-25 09:03:44
EPIC SSPG
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Trains and Airports May Not Be the Best Place to do Business Right Now, but this Posh Caterer may Have a Taste for Serving Up a Better Share Price

Hello Share Munchers. My latest suggestion for your further investigation will likely come as a surprise to you. It’s a company called SSP Group (SSPG). This outfit has eating houses in 36 countries. Nothing to worry about there much. However, its cafes are at airports and railway stations. And we all know how much they must be affected by strikes and unreliability at the moment.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-24 08:15:00
EPIC BKG
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Nightingales Keep on Singing in Berkeley's Squares

Hello Share Mashers. My favourite housebuilder Berkeley Group (BKG) has released some chirpy full-year figures. The group’s house sales were well up on last time, though selling prices and costs ate into earnings. Never mind, profit before tax still rose 6.4% to £551.5 million. And as long as profits keep on rising, despite all the headwinds blowing around these days, share kickers like us should be happy.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-23 08:09:59
EPIC SPX
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Directors Snaffling their Own Shares Isn't Always a Happy Sign. But in this Case it Might Be

Hello Share Twitchers. When a director buys shares in their own venture, the stock market publishes the fact. This can be an attempt by an outfit in trouble to wrongly reassure its investors and perhaps encourage them to buy more shares. Spoofs like this are sometimes exposed on this glittering website. I had a friend who once moaned after buying shares in a firm with a buying boss as on further reflection his small purchase exceeded the director’s. So be careful. But when the fundamentals show you a company is progressing, it’s a jolly good sign when a big cheese buys their own stock.

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-21 08:35:00
EPIC IBST
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This Bubbly Brick Begetter should Continue to Boom Even if House Prices Bomb

Hello Share Bunnies. This old punter has recommended you look at an ambitious outfit called Ibstock (IBST) before. But I think the case to buy is even stronger now. Ibstock makes bricks and brick-like things. And I can see you marvelling that I should support any company in the construction world. Nobody does that if a recession might be on the way, do they? So what’s going for Ibstock, then?

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2022-06-20 08:09:58
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