Keyword results: dividends

Cake Box – full-year accounts now also have a ‘technical compliance issue’!...

Specialist retailer of cream cakes Cake Box (CBOX) has announced it will publish full-year results on 27th June following an end of year audit process which has raised “an issue” in terms of the Companies Act 2006 and past dividend payments. Hmmm!

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Keep on thinking (and investing), until you cannot

In the world of investing, one must know when to quit.  Whilst it is, I hope, many years before I no longer manage my money, one shouldn't expect to own their favourite stock today, forever.  After all, it is not just that the world changes (because obviously, it does), but any share can become fundamentally fully-valued; that is when to move on.

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MUL
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Positive news from Rio Tinto and Mulberry… but obviously I am still much more of a Burberry man

As discussed last month, I am a fan of Rio Tinto (RIO) beyond massive dividends. It was, therefore, pleasing that it today announced it has “completed the acquisition of the Rincon lithium project in Argentina for $825 million, following approval from Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB)”. It makes sense for it to be beyond just iron ore, even if the shares are a touch down today.

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Rio Tinto – 2021 record results, growth and income from “disciplined investment” ahead

Recent Income recommendation Rio Tinto (RIO) has announced record results for 2021 and that it is “targeting disciplined investment in commodities that will see strong demand in the coming decades”.

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Shell and BP Seem Even More Undervalued as the Oil Price Continues its Ride to the Stars

Hello Share Swashers. As I write, the price of Brent crude is $112 a barrel. The highest price ever I recall was about $158 and that was 2008. So there’s certainly room for the price to become loftier yet.

Segro Shares could Rise Allegro as Demand for Business Space Stays Firm

Hello Share Pickers. When a company goes for a hundred years growing, you can expect your investing money to be a bit safer than it might otherwise be. Segro (SGRO) is a property company that began in the roaring twenties as Slough Estates. It develops and invests in property located in the UK and Europe focusing on business space at the edge of town.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Reasons to defund the BBC No 897 - Martha Kearney, BP and dividends

I start with the economically illiterate state broadcaster and almost despair. Then it is onto Gareth M Edwards, Duncan Soukup, Anemoi (AMOI) and Alina (ALNA). Then it is onto ADVFN (AFN), Eurasia Mining (EUA), Jubilee Metals (JLP), Omega Diagnostics (ODX) and Ocado (OCDO

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AAU

Ariana – A Second Investment For Asgard

AIM-listed Gold producer in Turkey Ariana Resources (AAU) has announced the second investment of its wholly-owned subsidiary, the Asgard Metals fund: it is to put £200,000 into UK-registered Pallas Resources, along with a consultancy agreement worth up to £75,000 under which Ariana will provide technical consulting services to Pallas over a two-year period.

A Word in Your Shell-Like. The Shares should Rise as the Black Stuff Gets Even More Pricey

Hello, Share Takers. Shares in big oilers, like Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) and BP (BP.), stay subdued. Even though the price of Brent Crude is consistently robust, hovering just below its recent highs of $85 a barrel. As results statements for these giants start to reflect the lofty oil price, I suggest a buying opportunity.

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NRR

Dividend Munchers May Want to Consider a Punt as NewRiver Rises to Meet a Shopping Flood

Hello, Share Takers. A company with the initials REIT after its name can be good news for shareholders. That’s because such firms have an obligation to pay out much of profit by way of dividends. REIT stands for Real Estate Investment Trust, in other words an outfit that owns, operates or finances income-generating property. Modelled after mutual funds, REITS offer income for investors but have a bigger task offering asset appreciation.

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AAU

Ariana – Environmental Approval for Tavsan Gold/Silver Mine: another reason to buy

AIM-listed Gold (and Silver) producer in Turkey, Ariana Resources (AAU) has announced this morning that the Turkish government has approved the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the Tavsan Mine – to be Ariana’s second Gold/Silver producer. This is great news and the market has responded by marking the shares up early-doors by 11% although they have settled back to 4.45p since.

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Vast Resources: Guess what? It’s another discount placing but what about those dividends you lying bastards?

Back in April Vast Resources (VAST) managed to persuade shareholdcers to approve a 100-1 share consolidation by telling them a stack of blatant lies, lies which have been shown up with news today of yet another discounted placing.

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The View from the Montana Log-Cabin as Gold Squeezes back above $1800

Last week the Gold price closed up just $6 at $1788. This week it has put in a slightly less modest increase to $1808. Gold has notched up a hat-trick of weekly gains; I’m not so sure that this means it is time for the return of the Gold bull-market just yet, but there are some positive signs.

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Loads of Good Days at BlackRock and its Sparkling European Fund Could Rise Even Higher

By now, BlackRock is possibly the biggest asset manager in the world. And though size is no guarantee of success, a large presence makes it more difficult to fail. BlackRock does a lot of different funds. But my favourite, and one I’ve commended to you before, is the BlackRock Greater Europe Investment Trust (BRGE). Of late, it seems to rise fairly consistently and my tiny original holding is now getting on the hefty side.

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BP – trading and net debt position ahead of expectations, Income Buy

An “update on progress towards net debt target”-titled announcement from BP (BP.), which includes a claim of “earlier than anticipated delivery of disposal proceeds combined with very strong business performance during the first quarter”. This sounds good…

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A Jolly Dividend and a Fast Recovering Share Price Make Me Want to Stay a Legal Eagle

Hello, Share Smashers. Boring shares can be good to have because they’re less prone to disasters. And, as we all know, it’s the big mishaps that so easily wipe out all the happy progress we’ve made with other components of our precious shares bag. Which brings me to my rather large holding of Legal & General (LGEN).

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Woodford Investment Management – Accounts late: What is Neil hiding?

It seems that Neil Woodford and his side-kick Craig Newman are being somewhat tardy in filing the latest set of accounts for Woodford Investment Management for the year to March 2020 at Companies House, for they were due by 31 March and are now marked as late. What are they hiding?

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Investment Trust Focussing on Safer (Hopefully) Construction Projects is Worth a Look by More Cautious Share Shifters

Hello, Share Bashers. Any company which chooses for its name a set of initials usually sets me yawning. How can a firm with such a lack of imagination have an imaginative board? Not to mention the fact that initials are harder to remember than a proper name. Never mind, I commend to you today a company called BBGI Global Infrastructure (BBGI). Until March 2014 it was known as Bilfinger Berger Global Infrastructure. And at least the present monicker is conveniently shorter.

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Monster Ship Stuck in Canal should help Shell and BP Share Prices

Hello, Share Scoopers. Did you know that a fifth of the world’s oil supply comes through the Suez canal? Currently, that useful waterway is blocked by a giant freighter. You can imagine how that is going to affect the price of Brent crude. The hike has already started, but it’s going to keep on going I think.

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Ferrexpo – full-year results, still further upside to come on this cracking share tip?

Ferrexpo (FXPO) has announced results for the 2020 calendar year and that it expects to deliver a further increase in production this year. It is all looking good…

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BKG

Home Maker Berkeley Builds Hopes of a Rising Share Price As Buy-Backs and Rising Dividends offer Good Foundations

Hello, Share Stringers. Perhaps my current favourite house builder – and I own shares in more than one – has made some reassuring noises. Berkeley Group (BKG) reiterated its annual profit forecast as it benefits from pent-up demand and tax breaks for homebuyers. As previously expected, profits at are expected to be about £504 million.

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Oil Aboard the Big Energy Giants as the Price of Brent Crude Climbs on Opec Moves and the Winter's Big Freeze

Hello Share Dabblers. Perhaps because of the unexpected freeze in Texas, as well as icy conditions in other unlikely places around the world, the oil price continues to rise. As I write, Brent Crude is at $65 a barrel and still rising. I’ve written before why this surge is likely to power the big oil companies. And since then Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA) and BP (BP.) have risen further…

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Time to Buy BP on a Biden Win?

In a recent MoneyWeek article, entitled “Bargain Britain”, its writer Max King asserts:

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(Non-) Dividend Munchers – October Update

Don’t laugh – here is an update on my Dividend Munchers which are..…er…..not paying much in the way of dividends. Oh, and the share prices have fallen back sharply too – so much for beating the bank with my investments in Vodafone (VOD), BT (BT.A), Centrica (CNA), Centamin (CEY) and ITV (ITV)…

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Hammerson – now firmly on my bargepole list: so it was a slam-dunk sell!

When, on August 11th I looked at the rescue rights issue for fully-listed Hammerson (HMSO) and the terms, I concluded it was a slam dunk sell. At the time, the shares were (in consolidated terms) 264.9p with a mother-load of rights offer confetti to come at just 15p. The official ex-rights price calculation was 25.59p: now the stock is languishing at just 16.6p. A glass of Ouzo for me, then.

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Innovate UK and the Rolls-Royce of cash-hungry blue-chip applicants - this is £206m of your cash spunked!

Tom Winnifrith has been railing against Innovate UK with regard to splurging taxpayer cash on less that wholly deserving applications for funding from companies which could turn to the public markets or which have returned time and time again for more taxpayer cash with no discernible advance shown from the last payout. Today I turn to the Rolls-Royce of taxpayer cash consumption. It is indeed Rolls Royce (RR.)

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Cake Box – results see it emphasise ‘confident in prospects’… but already in the valuation?

Having IPO’d in 2018 at 108p per share emphasising “a franchise retailer of cakes… specialises in making high quality, individually-crafted and personalised fresh cream cakes”, Cake Box Holdings (CBOX) has now announced results for its year ended 31st March 2020 – and the shares have currently responded to 161.5p...

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San Leon Energy and the missing dividends – does Computershare realise it’s not 1974 any more?

Do not get me wrong, I am told that there were some great things about the 1970s: The Sweeney, Starsky & Hutch, pre AIDS casual sex, The Harlem Globetrotters, Star Wars, Abba, the rise of Maggie… the list goes on an on. But while we may yearn for much of that, surely we do not want to go back to a world where we receive payments by cheques sent in the post? That is more George & Mildred than Debbie Harry.  Over at registrars Computershare it seems that time has stood still and they are still watching and laughing at Brian Murphy and Yootha Joyce.

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Rurelec – FY19 Results: light at the end of the tunnel?

AIM-listed Rurelec (RUR), the shambles of a carcass left behind by Peter Earle, has offered up its FY19 results this morning and the news is almost good. Actually, compared to the technically insolvent POS its current management inherited, it is something of a miracle just because it has survived so long...

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HSBC and the mad world of big company decision making

I had to use the ShareProphets search engine to find the last time I wrote exclusively about banking behemoth HSBC (HSBA).  Remarkably it was back in 2015 here  when I employed the quite witty title of 'HSBC: Hooray Some Bloomin’ Cost cuts'.  Sometimes I really think I should retire as I have set the historic barrier too high...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Sharesoc loons, BT, dividends, poor poor Malcolm & snakes in Eden

I start with logistics for tomorrow's show, instructions on what to do if your ticket has not yet arrived and an alert on when the timetable goes out. If you have not yet got your ticket do so now as this will be the most entertaining an d informative show I have ever put on. Book HERE. Then I discuss Eden Research (EDEN) in light of today's shocking expose HERE and then it is onto dividends and dividend cuts what Mark Slater thinks and what a sane persion (ie not Sharesoc) would think

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Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Yew Grove as its Income and Dividends Seem Secure

Hello, Share Wishers. Here’s another outfit that isn't likely to be hard hit by the coronavirus. Yew Grove REIT (YEW) is an Irish company listed on AIM. It buys properties to lease to commercial firms who’re happy to operate from premises outside Dublin. Oh no, I hear you say. Why is he advocating a property trust when we all know firms are arguing for lower rents and even holidays from their landlords?...

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TSG

Trans-Siberian Gold – a buy?

A prior update from Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG) included “the company's supply chains remain unaffected and our operations continue to run as normal… Current events have resulted in material changes to commodity prices and foreign exchange rates, which are expected to impact positively on the overall profitability of the group”. The shares have responded up to 60p to buy – but that compares to more than double this in September… it is our March share tip of the month and we expect a rapid re-rate as the gold price soars...

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Dividend Munchers – crash, Gold, Mark Slater and when the facts change

It is a big question: where can you make money now? More to the point, with economic uncertainty the order of the day, perhaps not making money but just preserving capital as best you can should be the focus. Are shares going to go up? In general, I doubt it – at least for the time being. With interest rates at historic lows and therefore bond prices sky-high it is hard to see much progress there too. Perhaps we should all just move into cash? But central banks are printing, governments are borrowing so the threat of devaluing currencies makes that option unattractive too. What to do?

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The world you lived in no longer exists

This is like 430 BC all over again...

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Hoping the Corona legacy will bring some benefits (& a couple of bear tips)...

As I write the Dow is down 25% year-to-date and 28% from its all-time high struck seven weeks ago on Feb 12th. Amongst the maelstrom of opinion and statistics that surfaced in March, the fact is that none of us have a clue what the future holds – least of all the financial experts (Ray Dalio: “cash is trash”, Steve Mnuchin: “this is not a financial crisis but we need to print 3 trillion now”). It is encouraging that the new heroes are health workers and not hedge fund managers and clueless treasury officials. My view is that the falls do not remotely reflect the severity of the economic situation, but that is beside the point

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: 5 signs that a banking crisis is on the way

Some of you fell for my April Fool - wow! thanks for the messages of congratulation! In yesterday's bearcast I argued that banks had to abandon paying dividends pro tem. Now under pressure they have agreed to do so. I now give you five little or big case studies showing why a banking crisis is inevitable. Then I look at Nostra Terra Oil & Gas (NTOG), Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV), where I am a very excited and supportive shareholder but think the chairman must be fired after today's news, Bidstack (BIDS), Plutus Powergen (PPG) and the associated POS companies and Westminster Group (WSG) where repellent slug and ex Tory MP Tony Baldry of 3DM infamy shows again why he is the unacceptable face of capitalism.

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Imperial Brands & Royal Dutch Shell - tell us about the 'd' word (please)

After slipping on my hazmat suit (cheap before the crisis by the way) but eschewing the Czech military issue gas mask (again a steal a few months back), I made my weekly allowed trip to a local supermarket. At least my local Sainsbury (SBRY) was sensibly stocked and everyone seemed happy enough to give me a two metre wide berth. Lots of yellow sticker bargains to be had for the freezer too - well you all know I am a value investor at heart. Anyhow, whilst bounding around the supermarket aisles, I was pondering this morning's regulatory news disclosures…

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: I agree with comments section uber-pest NoGold, he is utterly correct and wise

Not i suggest on most things. the man is clearly bonkers. But on how the Government should tax companioes getting subsidies for wages he has a very valid point which I discuss. Then I look at gold and when, not if, it will soar and gow to play that. Finally i look at what companies will do in terms of dividends AFTER they have, prudently, scrapped payments citing the Coronavirus. I fear Nigel Somerville and Ian Cowie of the Sunday Times may be in for a nasty shock. 

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RiverFort Global Opportunities – potentially significant General Meeting moves, remains a buy…

RiverFort Global Opportunities (RGO) has announced all resolutions - including for expansion of its investing policy and a capital reorganisation - have been passed at a General Meeting. So what’s the significance?...

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Dev Clever & the daft acquisition from the tax dodgers

In a just world Dev Clever (DEV) boss Chris Jeffries would be in jail for selling shares while sitting on undisclosed adverse financial news.  But while he still enjoys his liiberty he has announced the purchase of a crap company from some tax dodgers. Will he inform HMRC of the deal so ensuring the matter is dealt with?  he is clearly an honourable man....

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Every Cloud has a Silver Lining. As Share Values Fall, Dividend Values Can Rise

Hello, Share Sappers. Few of us will be interested in buying shares at the moment, whether I think they’re in a great company or not. So allow me to impart some encouragement in these difficult days. And that is: dividends are still being paid...

A Good Day (and Year) for BlackRock Makes Me Glad I Hold Its Greater Europe Shares

Hello Share Twiddlers. The great thing about a Footsie tinkering with record highs is that most boats float with a rising tide. This means that you can check on the share price of a sleeper in your portfolio and probably earn a nice surprise. This has happened to me with the BlackRock Greater Europe Investment Trust (BRGE)...

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Woodford Investment Management files accounts… £14 million reward for failure

What does not stink in the annual accounts for Woodford Investment Management which surfaced at Companies House yesterday? The £14 million dividend paid to Neil and his business partner Craig Newman surely is top of the list but then there are the dates…. Let me explain.

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Dividend Munchers – November update

It is forty-nine days since my last “monthly” update. Hmm – it seems that the calendar has run away without me. Nevertheless, here is my update as at the end of November so I guess I’m squeaking in a sort-of monthly update. My portfolio of dividend munchers – BT (BT.A), Vodafone (VOD), Centrica (CNA), Centamin (CEY) and ITV (ITV) has held up pretty well overall but please don’t treat the stocks as tips: the object was to beat bank interest because markets seem to me to be overvalued and bank interest and bonds offer so little income...

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CPG

Feisty American Economy Benefits this USA-Heavy Catering Giant

Hello, Share Smashers. Despite the uncertainties of a Trump administration, the American economy is doing well. You can tell that by the number of British companies which are doing so-so in Blighty, but which are making increasing profits in the USA. This, of course, helps British share prices to bubble along...

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Shell and BP Face Green Criticism but Share Price Hit May Not Last

Hello, Share Thrashers. You’ll have noticed that while the oil price has been steady, two big British oil giants have seen big falls in their share prices. I refer to Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA and RDSB) and BP (BP.). Meanwhile, some smaller companies, like JKX (JKX) and Tullow (TLW) have kept their value...

Nexus Infrastructure – ‘profits in line’ (are they?), ‘order book provides good visibility of earnings’ (does it?)…

Provider of infrastructure services to the UK housebuilding and commercial sectors, Nexus Infrastructure (NEXS) has updated with a headline “Profits for the full year expected to be in line with market expectations” and a statement including “the continued growth in our order book provides us with strong visibility of future earnings and gives us confidence in the future… The board believes that the group is in a strong position to deliver consistent organic growth, aided by the structural undersupply in the UK housebuilding market and Government stimulus for the sector”. The shares have responded up to 140p – though that down from 216p reached in April. Hmmm…

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OMG

Oxford Metrics – ‘in-line with expectations’… or not?

‘Motion measurement’ and ‘infrastructure asset management’ analytics software company Oxford Metrics (OMG) has updated commencing, “The company enjoyed a successful close to the financial year and expects to report revenues in-line with market expectations”. Having been approaching 100p earlier this year, the shares are though currently further lower, below 90p…

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Solid State – a buy for growth?

Company upon company is reporting they’re suffering amidst “heightened macroeconomic and political uncertainties of recent months” – or words to that effect. The quote there was from a trading update last month from Solid State plc (SOLI)… but the update also included that, notwithstanding… “trading in the first four months of the year has been very strong… is confident that profits for the year ending 31 March 2020 will be significantly ahead of expectations… consider there may be opportunities to generate further incremental sales later in the year”

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dotDigital – with its valuation, right to be “very excited about its financial performance”?

Marketing technology platform group dotDigital (DOTD) has announced results for its year ended 30th June 2019 emphasising, “The group is very excited about its financial performance… strong growth in revenue and profit driven by the group's organic growth strategy and the addition of omni-channel functionality”. Sounds promising…

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Edge Performance VCT – what a shambles as the shit-show continues

Once upon a time I had shares in Edge Performance VCT over several classes of share. It proved a disaster, and I sold out at a loss. I did cover some of the problems (see HERE) some time ago, but it seems that the shit show has continued ever since. On 29th August the shareholders decided enough was enough at the AGM, booting out three of the board and the auditor. This leaves the company with just one director – I believe company law is that it must have two as a fully listed plc, but the shares have not been suspended, nor has there been any announcement of an interim appointment.

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Here's What You Could Do to Make the Most of the Mini-Crash

Hello, Share Crunchers. In the present weakened market, our instincts are to stop trading. We’re reluctant to sell shares because we strongly suspect that the market will soar a few seconds afterwards. While we avoid buying in case things get worse. But if we don’t trade we lose opportunities of making more money. So what's the answer?...

Epwin Group – “in line with market expectations” & “significant strategic progress”… so why are the shares further lower?

Having been heading towards 85p at the start of June, shares in “manufacturer of low maintenance building products, supplying businesses in the Repair, Maintenance and Improvement, new build and social housing sectors” Epwin Group (EPWN) closed yesterday at 72.7p. Today a half-year trading update including “the board anticipates adjusted profit before tax for both H1 and the full year to be in line with market expectations” and “we have made significant strategic progress with new product launches, the continued reshaping of the group's footprint and the acquisition of PVS” – though the shares further lower towards 70p. Hmmm…

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Dividend Munchers - a long overdue update as one elephant tries to gallop and a new addition

My mini dividend munchers portfolio is still ticking along, and an update is long overdue as we head into the summer holiday season - as I’ve not written about it for three months or so. The aim was to beat putting cash in the bank even though markets are feeling very toppy. After all, interest rates available are below the rate of official inflation figures and bonds yields are rubbish. So how am I doing?...

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ABF

This Chalk and Cheese Combo Could Prove a Tasty Treat

Hello, Share Breakers. May I admit that some of my expensive wardrobe was bought in Primark, including the fetching purple polo shirt which I’m sporting now. Anyone who goes there can attest to the huge crowds its stores attract. More importantly, the queues to pay are usually long...

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GNK

Fierce Competition Could Curb the Ambition of Jolly Greene King

Hello, Share Counters. Some time ago now I commended jolly Greene King (GNK) to your further scrutiny, but now I’m not so sure. I probably wouldn't buy shares in the big pub/caterer today. The latest figures - full year up towards the end of April 2019 - are rather disappointing...

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BKG

And a Nightingale Might Soon Be Singing in Berkeley's Square

Hello Share Rattlers. Despite the fact that I’ve written in recent times in support of housebuilders, I hold few building shares in my portfolio. That’s because of laziness, rather than caution. But one of the few companies I’ve invested in is Berkeley Group (BKG). Many house builders have reported disappointing figures recently, as fears about Brexit, founded or not, have bit into the sector...

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Reach4Entertainment – moves to see dividends ahoy!

A most recent “Corporate Update re. Dewynters Germany” announcement from Reach4Entertainment (R4E) is actually that “Dewynters Germany will close”...

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Shell's Big Buy-Back May Still Not Be Fully Reflected in the Current Share Price

Hello, Share Finders. The value of my holding in Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA) & (RDSB) has increased by enough for me to consider top slicing profits. It’s never a good idea to hold more than 10% of your bundle in one company and that’s where I find myself today here...

Maybe it's Because I'm Not a Londoner that I Like this London investment group

Hello, Share Twisters. It’s a good wheeze, methinks, to keep up reminders of a successful company if it continues to show potential. Even more so when general economic circumstances are in such a shaky state. So allow me to return to an old favourite: City of London Investment Group (CLIG)...

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Neil Woodford’s flagship Equity Income Fund – May scores-on-the-doors as the losses and redemptions pile up and the noose tightens

Neil Woodford has had a rotten month of May. His pride and joy Equity Income Fund started the month at £4.33 billion but finished at £3.71 billion – a shocking drop of 14.3% in one calendar month and two of the four accumulation units closed below the launch price of 100p almost five years ago. But how much of that was due to poor stockpicking and how much was the flood of his investors heading for the exit?

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That Old Bing Crosby Song Still Applies Today - For Sassy Shell Shareholders

Hello, Share Troopers. Are we still 'Going Well with Shell, Shell, Shell?' The words of the famous Bing Crosby TV advert of the 1950s still seem pertinent here. The oil jumbo Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA) & (RDSB) is my biggest holding, mainly for the high dividend. But I also have hopes for the share price, which, given the rise and rise of Brent Crude, seems too low to me...

Crack Open Shell and go Beep Beep for BP as the Divis are High and Profits Grow

Hello, Share Twirlers. Having just reminded myself that the p/e I have for Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA and RDSB) is a mere 11, I think it may be time to look at this giant company again. It was at least two years ago that at least one big bank was opining the B shares worth 2800p, yet, after posting much bigger profits since then, the price still languishes at around 2400p...

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RMV

Investing in This Popular House Noticeboard could be the Right Move

Hello, Share Twirlers. Twenty years ago, if you wanted to buy a house you turned up in the town and trudged around the local estate agents, of whom there were loads. Now you pop your price range and location into a website and you have all the information you want in a few minutes. You only need to visit a house personally when you're fairly sure you want to buy it.

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Gooch & Housego – warns... due to risks “as previously stated”. Really?

An AGM trading update from Gooch & Housego (GHH) sees CEO Mark Webster emphasise “our fibre optic business is performing particularly strongly” and “we remain confident in the potential of the industrial laser sector and our other markets to provide attractive long term growth”. So why have the shares responded currently more than 10% lower, towards 1300p?...

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Next - no retail apocalypse and no profits growth...but that's fine

Happy New Year and all that...it is good - as a larger-cap share watcher - to finally have some proper and pukka newsflow to write about again. It was getting dangerously close to me having to write about the millennial bleating about how stock markets shockingly could actually go down. The even better news is that you do not have to suffer one of my subjective retail runaround pieces akin to my mid-December musings HERE. Back then I observed that;

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Dividend Munchers – December update: a bad month, but still beating Neil!

It has been a nasty month – and with New Year’s Eve still to come it could get nastier. So how is my little portfolio of high-dividend payers faring, and am I still doing better than cash in the bank (which is what I was, as a bear of almost everything, looking to achieve)?

Bull

New Year Resolutions You Should Keep to Counter the Current Share Crash.

Hello Share Dashers. Anything could happen to the market today, what with all the Xmas falls on the Asian markets and the Brexit chaos. So let me err on the side of caution and not commend any specific share to you until tomorrow. Instead, let’s look at a few New Year resolutions you ought to keep if you want to turn your fortunes on the stock market.

NG
NG

Here's a Sparky Electric Company that Should Not Cause Any Brexit Shocks

Hello, Share Jinglers. What shares should we look at now as our break from Europe gets ever nearer? One suggestion of a big enterprise that should not be affected by the big change, whichever way it goes, is the National Grid (NG.)...

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Burberry - moving further away from those chavtastic days

At the height of the recent market volatility, I wrote a piece talking about some shares that I would buy. The first name I mentioned was Burberry (BRBY), reflecting my thought that it was an inherently strong brand with good exposure to the still growing luxury consumption theme in China. I am pleased to see that today's first half numbers reflect this…

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OXH
OXH
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Oxford Technology VCT 2 – an unlikely candidate for a prize?

Those who have been invested in any of the four Oxford Technology VCTs might wonder how the second of those, Oxford Technology 2 VCT (OXH) has been nominated for an award at the forthcoming Investment Company of the Year Awards on 21 November. After all, the long-term performance had been pretty dreadful until a quiet revolution took place in 2015.

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BP

BP or Not BP? The Answer Is Looking Much More Like the Former

Hello, Share Scramblers. One of my biggest holdings which I mainly maintain for the juicy dividend is BP (BP.). The results are now out for the third quarter of this year and, as expected, are sizzling. With the oil price still perky, despite recent falls, I would expect even better next time.

Malcolm

The Low-Key Advantage of Dividends Often Come Second to the Share Price. But Is that Wise, Captain Mainwaring?

Hello Share Manglers. Lots of my shares and cash are still held in the Beaufort Securities administration process. When checking my family’s cash which is in there, I discovered that it had grown quite a bit since the firm’s enforced close down. This is down to dividends which have been paid in the interim.

Bull
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Don't panic about the FTSE 100 being at a five-month low (part two)

In part one yesterday, I talked about some of the complexities around the FTSE 100 today...but finished the piece by promising some stock picks. Before I get into these I have to highlight Nigel's piece yesterday, which absolutely nails the opportunities around names such as BT Group (BT.A), Centrica (CNA) and ITV (ITV).

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EZJ

Why EasyJet May Not Find It Quite As Easy in the Future

Hello Share Pickers. I've ventured to suggest recently that airline shares may be a bit too risky at the mo. It's the headwind of the rising oil price that puts me off. You'd be amazed at the huge volumes of the ebony nectar they devour to keep a million passengers aloft at any one time.

XLM
XLM
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XLMedia – argues “stable” underlying trading… so why a 30% share price decline?

Trading update from self-styled “a leading provider of digital performance marketing”, XLMedia (XLM) includes “underlying trading in the year to date has been stable with the group actively deciding to focus on higher margin business and ceasing certain lower margin media buying activities”. Hmmm, so why a current approaching 30% share price decline, towards 120p?...

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RBS
RBS

Royal Bank of Scotland - UK government sells some shares at a loss. Good news.

In pretty unsurprising news, overnight UK Government Investments - which manages the UK government's Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) stake - announced that it had sold a 7.7% stake at around a 3% discount to Monday's closing price. This sale raises around £2.6 billion and reduces the government's holding from just over 70% to a mere 62.4%. I like RBS stock here as I wrote just over a month ago. The metrics are improving and the times are changing...and part of that change is the government progressively becoming a smaller and smaller shareholder.

Malcolm

Thoughts on Making Our Other Assets More Secure During the Harrowing Beaufort Affair

Hello, Share Holders. I’m still reeling from the outrageous intentions of administrators of Beaufort to take some of the ring-fenced assets of innocent clients towards their fees and other costs. The main advice of folks commenting on this distressing situation is that we should spread our shares around different brokers. The trouble is that it’s such an ordeal switching around. It’s a sea full of legalities, clunky websites and intrusive methods of combatting money laundering. Let me tell you how far I’ve got, in the hopes you might pick up a few tips.

MYI
MYI

Hoping to Cash In on Developing Markets? Chew on the Murray Trust

Hello, Share Breakers. In recent times, I’ve suggested you might research a possible dabble in emerging markets. This is only easy to do - and safest - if you snaffle shares in companies which buy shares, bonds or both on your behalf.

Bear

Market “crashing”: a few thoughts and 30 interesting yields for dividend munchers

Warren Buffett always tells us that his intended investment holding period is forever, that he buys stocks he would be happy to hold if the market closed down for five years. I guess, then, if you’re  Warren Buffett then the market travails of the last few days won’t bother you. If you’re not Mr Buffett I offer a few thoughts.

Collapsing-Reactor

Neil Woodford - now about the yield on the Income Focus Fund

I note that for the first time the NAV of the Woodford Income Focus Fund  (C Accumulation Units) has fallen below the 100p launch and that includes 3 reinvested dividends.

Price-Vs-Value

Yield munchers look away now - three FTSE-100 behemoths that are not cheap

If I mention the names Vodafone (VOD), Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) and Unilever (ULVR) to you, what is your first reaction? Stalwarts of the FTSE-100? Dividend-heavy behemoths that will never let you down? Holdings in my company pension fund? You could also add three names that reported earlier today and collectively add up to a very decent chunk of the UK's leading index.

Optibiotix - proposes capital reorganisation to allow dividend payments; clear statement of intent: STRONG BUY

OptiBiotix (OPTI) has announced that it will be seeking shareholder approval to undertake a share capital re-organisation to allow the company to make future dividend payments. This is an accountancy matter - you can't pay dividends if you have retained losses. It is a clear statement of intent.

CKN
CKN

Clarkson is Top Gear if You're Hoping to Benefit from Any Boom in Ocean Transport

Hello, Share Creepers. Does the term ‘shipping’ annoy you as much as it does myself? This is the hateful American term for delivering something to us. So companies, which try to be trendy, charge us for ‘shipping’ when the merchandise comes in a Postman Pat van, and has never seen the sea. But let’s look at a company which does proper shipping.

MKS
MKS

On You Marks? Ready to Spark? Perhaps Not if you Heed a German Bank

Hello, Share Puzzlers. What do you think might be the results of Marks & Spencer (MKS) for the second quarter of its year? If you are a long-time holder, you will not be very excited. I first bought this share at least 20 years ago. It was 300p a throw, quite a lot of money, then. Yet despite a huge devaluation of the pound and inflation the share is still only 349p today.

RBS
RBS

The Royal Bank May Regain Its Crown for Making Dosh for Shareholders

Hello, Share Sippers. My Honkers Bonkers (HSBA) shares are rising nicely. But at much less than 800p, they are still way short of previous bests of 1200p. And that was so long ago that Shakespeare was still a lad.

Why Legal & General's Graph Looks Like a Stairway to Heaven

Hello Share Turners. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a fan of insurance companies. They seem to be the one arm of the financial industry which is really coming along. Firms like RSA (RSA), even with its massive PE ratio, and Admiral (ADM) are paddling forward nicely in the river of capital returns and juicy dividends.

ITQ
ITQ

InterQuest – trading warning, but the attempted robber barons admit “solid” longer term fundamentals

“Trading update” announcement from InterQuest (ITQ), a company subject to an attempted robber baron (Oops) management, buyout with a first closing date in less than a week. Hmmm...

SIV
SIV

St Ives – shares soar on “a much improved performance”… but that’s compared to a “materially below” profit warning

Shares in marketing services group St Ives (SIV) are currently soaring higher on the back of a trading statement announcement, including that the first four months of its second half have delivered a much improved performance. However, that’s compared to a “materially below” profit warning in the first half…

Election_2017

It's a Scary Week Coming - But I'm Holding My Nerve

Hello Share Mashers. It’s going to be a scary end to the week. What if Labour gets in? The Big City won’t like that and shares will dive heavily. But that will be a short-lived shocker, in my view. Because Jezzer in power will cause the pound to fall even lower. And that more than anything is keeping the Footsie at record highs.

AEO
AEO

Aeorema Communications – 1:01pm “Trading Update” announcement. Uh oh…

Aeorema Communications (AEO) has followed a 12:43pm profit warning ah sorry, “Trading Update” announcement, in December with a 1:01pm “Trading Update” announcement today. I’ll give you whatever odds you want on this being good news…

BJU
BJU

BrainJuicer – 2016 results, emphasises “strong performance” & “confident”. BUT…

Marketing and market research group BrainJuicer (BJU) has announced results emphasising “strong performance in the first half of 2016 continued over the second six months” and “we are pleased with the continued progress across the business and remain confident in its long-term potential”. However, the shares have responded lower to sub 700p…

TW
TW

Yet More Reasons to Look Into British House Builders

Hello Share Monkeys. The share price of many well-known British builders has been revitalised already this year. The main driver seems to be the view of Deutsche Bank that there is significant value in this kind of investment.

Beaumont_Cornish

Roland "Fatty" Cornish, a £270k dividend for failure and the oddest accounts on this planet

If you thought that the accounts of some of the crap Roland "fatty" Cornish floated on AIM smelled bad, you need to look at the annual report of his own firm Beaumont Cornish Limited. I shall be urging both the FCA and the HMRC to have a butchers as it looks well iffy. But if you have lost a packet in any, or all, of the junk Fatty has floated or acted for - not least Daniel Stewart and New World Oil & Gas - you will be delighted to know that in 2015 his "takings" from dividends alone were £270,000. How's that for transferring wealth from the 99% to the 1%?

OVG
OVG

Ovoca is trading at a fraction of cash value - buy!

Many AIM companies look vastly overvalued and are largely reliant on sentiment revolving around the future development of assets in the ground to support their market cap.

Oil for One and Oil for All. Look Again at the Big Oilers

In my humble view, now could be a good time to return to oil shares. I certainly hope so, as I have lost a packet since the big oil crash which began a few years ago. I’ve gradually dumped my holdings in the hopeful explorers, but I still have major holdings in the big producers, like Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA), BP (BP.) and Tullow (TLW). All of them are well shy of their previous bests.

BAG
BAG

A few thoughts ahead of AG Barr’s interims (and why broker ratings should be ignored)

I covered IRN-BRU maker AG Barr (BAG) last month, discussing why I thought the company was fundamentally sound despite some recent headwinds. Today, I’m coming off the fence and rating it as a Buy ahead of Tuesday's interim results.

Cenkos profits dry up, shares offer a counter-cyclical proposition

Cenkos (CNKS) attracted plenty of criticism on this website over its dealings in the the Quindell saga. Whatever the rights and wrongs of that case, it’s still worth looking at the company as a standalone investment. It has been profitable every year since listing in 2005, and over that time has produced an unusually attractive stream of dividends and buybacks.

Majestic Wine – review of a far from majestic “Trading Update”

Specialist wine seller Majestic (WINE) has announced, despite its retail operations “trading on track”, Naked Wines UK and Australia performing “on plan” and “a return to growth for Lay & Wheeler”, that “EBIT for the current financial year ending 3 April 2017 is expected to fall below current market expectations”. Uh-oh…

FRP
FRP

Fairpoint down again, but still worth considering or should I be sacked?

Having last covered professional services group Fairpoint (FRP) in May, I gave the company a “tentative BUY” rating at 128p. With the shares now sitting at 96p after today’s interim results, investors are clearly unimpressed so far. Should I be sacked?

MPE
MPE

MP Evans still pumping out green oil despite a few problems

Since I last covered MP Evans (MPE) in May, there has been no lack of drama on AIM. But if you just wanted to own a decent business, collect a few dividends and sleep somewhat soundly at night, you could have done a lot worse than buying into this company.

Reports of Ashmore's death were greatly exaggerated: keep buying

Ashmore’s (ASHM) final results were announced this morning. They look pretty good to me, so I'm staying bullish!

Earnings Preview: Buy Ashmore to take part in the EM recovery

One of the dirty little secrets in the investment world is that fund management companies – and the very occasional spread betting company – can turn out to be fabulous investments. Investors can often do a lot better by buying shares in these companies than by using their products. In that spirit, let’s have a brief look at Ashmore (ASHM), which is set to release full-year earnings on Tuesday.

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HAS

Earnings Preview – Buy Hays to keep enjoying the global jobs boom

While real earnings growth might be poor in the UK and many other parts of the world, there is still a great deal of jobs activity taking place. Investing in recruiters is the most perfect way to exploit this, and recruiters don’t get much bigger than Hays (HAS)!

RTN
RTN

Tuck in to some tasty income at Restaurant Group

This morning brought interim results from Restaurant Group (RTN), the owners of 500 restaurants including Frankie & Benny’s, Chiqito and Coast to Coast. The company is not happy with its own recent performance but there are still great signs for its long-term potential.

PHSC – How to interpret this morning’s placing. Rating upgraded: BUY

This morning, we woke to the news that PHSC (PHSC) has raised £350k from investors at a placing price of 22p. That’s a hefty discount to the 27p it closed at last night and also to the 32.5p it closed at the night before.

As Brent Crude Rallies, It Could Be Time to Grease Your Portfolio with More Oilers

Hello Share Swiggers. If you have shares in producing oil firms you might want to consider hanging onto them. And if you have spare cash you might research a few likely companies with a view to a bit more investment. The reason is that the price of Brent crude oil is going up again. It is tickling $50 a barrel as I write. It was there a few months ago when the price level caused some excitement. Quite a few oil companies nudged up on the news, including Shell (RDSA) and BP (BP.).

PHSC - Health and safety minnows go on sale, caution required

Heading back into the micro-cap space, Friday saw the publication of preliminary results from health, safety and security consultants PHSC (PHSC). The shares have gradually weakened over the past two years providing a potential dip-buying opportunity for the brave.

TTR
TTR

Taking a Chance on 32Red

32Red (TTR), the online gaming business, delivered a nice set of results on Friday, although they were greeted in a lackluster fashion by the market. After a huge run up in price over the past year, investors seem cautious that the share price might now fully “up with events”.

Bull

“Is this worth my while?” – A few simple tips on how to measure performance

I thought I’d take a short break from company-specific analysis this Saturday to share a few thoughts on how best to understand whether your investment journey is a successful one (for my previous advice article, see Micro-caps – don’t buy unless you’re willing to hold).

PZC
PZC

Boring investing produces generations of riches – the case of PZ Cussons

Yesterday saw the publication of annual results from one of the low-profile but high-quality companies on the market: PZ Cussons (PZC). Underlying results were unexciting but investors were treated to their 43rd consecutive year-on-year dividend increase from this 19th century business. It just goes to show that successful investing can be very, very boring.

MUR
MUR

Murgitroyd – An Intellectual Buy

Today is Britain’s Independence Day and part of me would like to analyse the reason why so many of our shares our crashing. But I rather believe that those of us who pick stocks should try to find investment opportunities which don’t rely on a favourable macro environment to succeed.

AVG
AVG

Buy Avingtrans

You probably have never heard of Avingtrans (AVG). Headquartered in a business park in a sleepy village near Huntingdon it is an investment jewel in what little remains of Britain’s once mighty engineering industry. It doesn’t waste time beating the drum in the City. It just gets on with designing, manufacturing and supplying critical components, paying dividends, and building its business before capitalising on its successes.

MPE
MPE

MP Evans - Digging for Palm Oil Treasure In Indonesia

AIM is home to an incredible variety of companies. That’s great news for those of us with short attention spans – we can never get bored digging around for AIM treasure (or as Buffett might say, there are many rocks for us to look underneath).

BHS
BHS

BHS goes bust - why Sir Philip Green's brand of capitalism is not acceptable, he should be made a pariah

BHS started with 1 store in 1928. Today it employs 11,000 folk and operates from 164 stores. And it has just gone bust. The blame lies not with the current management but with Sir Philip Green who sold BHS to today's bosses for £1 a year ago.

Confetti

If it sounds too good to be true...Healthcare Royalty Trust IPO shambles

Healthcare Royalty Trust was planning a stockmarket listing to raise £200-300 million promising investors that by buying royalty streams in pharmaceuticals that were already being marketed it could generate annual returns for investors of 10% of which 60% would be paid out as dividends. Really?

ADM
ADM

Carry on with Admiral and You May Avoid Stormy Waters.

Hello Share Twizzlers. When the chance of quick gains from shares in Footsie giants becomes less likely, the smarter investor starts to eye up companies which pay reliable dividends. 

PHO
PHO

Peel Hotels Value in this mid-market hotel operator?

Wednesday morning saw the announcement of annual results from Peel Hotels (PHO), and the headline numbers are impressive for a hotel operator without any presence in London and which is wedged in that uncomfortable space between the luxury and budget brands. It has all the makings of a serious recovery play – just look at the percentages! 

Moneytree

Time to Swap Out of Low Dividend-Payers into Some Bigger Hitters.

Hello Share Spinners. With shares in such an iffy state at the moment, it's time we looked at how they pay their way in another important area than just watching their values grow.

FOX
FOX

Tom Winnifrith’s tenth and final share tip of the year 2015 – Buy Fox Marble at 18.25p

This is the closest I am going to get to tipping a mining stock in a hurry – Fox Marble (FOX) might own mines but it is essentially a building materials stock. This should be a boring and dull business. To date it as not been.

Government to Resume Sale Of Lloyds

Fresh from its successful pass of the stress test more of Lloyds (LLOY) is going to be sold off by the UK government. As I’ve mentioned, the UK government currently owns around 24% of Lloyds Banking Group, but this figure could be reduced to around 20%.

Sorry, Smiths Group – It Was All a Big Conking Mistake.

Hello Share Shapers. They say that it's the payment of dividends, rather than striking it lucky occasionally, that leads to making real money on the Stock Exchange.

Lloyds Plans to Cut 9,000 Jobs in Aim to Reduce Costs

Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) has been quite a volatile stock lately, but its shares enjoyed a slight Friday rise to 76.74p. Although these reports are not confirmed yet, mainstream news channels have been reporting that they Lloyds aims to cut 9,000 jobs, approximately a tenth of its staff.

1929-Cartoon

Beware of Dragons, Moon Monsters, Vampires and Rising Debt.

Hello Share Strimmers. My mother always told me ‘If you haven’t got the money, you can’t have it.’ When I was in a pre-Beatles rock ‘n’ roll group, my dad marched me back to the shop to hand back a Clavioline ( an early keyboard) which I’d bought ‘on the never.’

Stock-Chart-(Generic)

The Practical Process of Buying a Share Part Two (of three)

Every investor needs to decide how much money he or she wants in cash and how much in shares. With me I have to be comfortable when I’m buying a share that I won’t need that money for years, although I will receive dividends from that share as long as they aren’t cut.

UU
UU

United Utilities is a stock to watch!

Shares in United Utilities (UU.) are currently trading at 893p on a PE ratio of 17.6 and a dividend yield of 4.03%. There are some attractive fundamental qualities about this share. It supplies a product that everyone requires, namely water. That’s about as secure a product as you can get in terms of people needing it! United Utilities has a monopoly on supplying water and waste services to all of the North West of England. It’s quite an extensive area, stretching from Cumbria to Cheshire. Its assets include 42,000 kilometres of water pipes, 76,000 of sewers, 569 wastewater treatment works, 94 water treatment works and about 56,000 hectares of water catchment land.

SGI
SGI

Stanley Gibbons – we are 40% ahead on this share tip but more to come

We tipped Stanley Gibbons (SGI) at a 225p offer price on the Nifty Fifty and with the shares now at 310p we are – dividends included more than 40% ahead but following yesterday’s AGM statement we still see material upside in the shares.

NCE
NCE

New City Energy – 5.5% yield 20% discount to NAV shale play: interesting?

For once commissioned researcher Edison has served up a half interesting report highlighting what looks like a good investment and a safe play on shale: New City Energy (NCE).

Stock-Chart-(Generic)

The Footsie Set to Shimmy - Like My Sister Kate.

Hello Share Swivellers: So even when most of the great British public vote to give Europe a kicking, shares still rise. They should have fallen on the news, given that we do so much trade with our Continental friends.

Stock-Chart-(Generic)

The Hidden Lessons of Company Dividends.

Hello Share People: I really love dividends. It's why I have half my shares in Footsie companies. They pay the best. Insurance companies, for some reason can be particularly generous. It's all helps my household expenses.

Father Christmas

Why on earth should you join successful investors at the Nifty Fifty TODAY BEFORE 11? Here’s why.

You probably get loads of promotions telling you about “the one share you must buy” or “how to make 100% a day with this and that trading platform or training course.” Of course it is all total rubbish. If only life were that simple? We’d all be as rich as Buffett. The truth is that investing is hard work.

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