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Did You Back the Black Horse? Stay in the Saddle for More (Possibly much More) to Come.

Hello Share Scramblers. ‘Misery!’ quoth my nephew Daniel in the fair city of Doncaster last October. “I bought Lloyds (LLOY) shares at 60p and now they’re only 40p’. ‘Fear not’ responded his favourite uncle. “Buy some more, for they’ll be back at 60p. by the summer’. His favourite uncle, though crippled with age, was right.
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-07-13 11:37:40

Dandy Comic's Keyhole Kate would Love this Company's Chance of Improving its Share Price.

Hello Share Collectors. Having had two bouts under the knife in recent years, I’m all for less frightening surgical techniques. Step forward the Surgical Innovations Group (SUN). It specialises in designing and making cutting edge stuff for minimally invasive operations. That’s keyhole surgery, to you and me.
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-06-29 12:52:37

How Green Was My Valley Roof? This Promising Investment Group Fixates on Sustainable Homes.

Hello Share Strummers. When jumbos tumble, as they’ve done for the last fortnight, we should remember penny shares often swim against the Footsie tide.They’re not often influenced by the general economic picture. So may I suggest you look at a penny share outfit called The Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust (SREI).
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-06-15 07:00:00

The Undervalued Eagle Hasn't Landed a Tasty Share Rise Yet, but it could Do - Soon.

Hello Share Placers. Normally, this burnt-out old punter, searches out a likely weekend penny share for you. On the grounds that rises in the mini cap world are are usually a lot bigger than the jumbos. But after a fairly comprehensive trawl I haven’t come up with anything worthy of your consideration this time. So instead allow me to draw your attention to a top drawer Footsie stalwart instead. And one that I think has been overlooked so far this year.
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-06-08 10:16:16

Give CLIG some CLOG and Perhaps You'll Make a Few Bob

Hello Share Shoppers. Normally, this old punter likes to pick his own shares. But one of the exceptions is my long term investment in an asset manager called City of London Investment Group (CLIG). The big attraction here is the very healthy dividend yield, usually around 10%. But its no good going for a big divi if the company providing it seems a bit wobbly.
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-06-01 10:44:22

Green Companies Surge More than Most on New Orders, like Ceres Power

Hello Share Bunnies. At the risk of attracting another disparaging article from Uncle Tom, I think it worth looking again at green share Ceres Power (CWR). I am emboldened by the recent progress made by this share, despite the lack of any happy news. It is up by around 50% in the last month.
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-05-25 11:37:00

This Money-Making Outfit that Flogs 'Daisy Roots' and 'Ones and Twos' could Easily Walk Up its Share Price.

Hello, Share Collectors. This worn-out armchair trader is often complimented on his footwear. My cunning plan is to trawl charity shops in posh areas, like Sloane Square. And then buy only the famous names. The shoes on my trotters now sell for £600. But ironically I recommend you take a look at a company that doesn't sell old expensive shoes - but cheap new ones. I’m talking about Shoe Zone (SHOE).

  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-05-18 11:59:44

Catch the Gravy Train to the Bonny Bonny Banks of Old Blighty.

Hello Share Fans. Let’s talk about the money to be gleaned by buying bank shares now. Why? Because they’re the most traded shares on our stock market. And because they’ve been, as predicted by your modest old writer, the most rewarding of punts in the last month. But which is the best bet from here? Or should we even cash in?
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-05-11 17:38:43

This Armchair Gaming King Looks Set to Zing Back into Profit Again.

Hello Share Chums. This ancient armchair trader has long favoured the robust armchair gaming industry. However, it must be admitted that the market has cooled in its support from the City during the last year or so. That’s probably because all boom markets have to cease back at some stage. Only to recover their momentum later on.
  • By Malcolm Stacey
  • 2024-05-04 09:58:16
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