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Polarean Imaging – has “cash, which is expected to fund the company until May 2024”… or not?!

Medical imaging technology company Polarean Imaging (POLX) has issued a “Company Update” announcement including that it “finished 2022 with approximately $16M in cash, which is expected to fund the company until May 2024” and that it is now looking “to demonstrate the establishment of commercial traction and clinical adoption beyond our existing global research base”. Sounds ok, so what of a current share price response down by more than 12% to below 40p?

Xeros Technology – 2021 results, “a strong foundation for future growth”? Er...

Writing on Xeros Technology Group (XSG) last week as the shares rose above 70p I concluded ‘with this share price spike towards a £17 million market cap, I’d… be particularly wary – also with financial results scheduled for next Wednesday. Certainly ahead of that, I continue to avoid’. Hopefully that was heeded as the shares last closed at 41.5p and are currently below 40p on the back of the 2021 results announcement. So what’s the news?...


With a new team in place, Afentra is a buy

When an AIM company changes its name it can often be to try and hide a dodgy past, generally where it has raised money consistently from shareholders but failed to actually deliver anything, but there are also times when it can signal a change to the business and a move in the right direction.

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Ethernity Networks – “very pleased” production order news, But...

Ethernity Networks (ENET) is “very pleased” to have started receiving production orders for its Flow Processor FPGA systems-on-chip from American wireless broadband solution manufacturer Tarana Wireless Inc., and the shares have currently responded 10% higher to 33p. Justified?…

Tasty plc – ‘due to the continuing COVID-19 restrictions’...

A week ago shares in Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty plc (TAST) recovered a further more than 26%, to 2.85p, on an announcement that it had “re-opened seven restaurants (representing approximately 13 per cent. of the estate) for takeaway services only. Over the next few weeks, the company intends to cautiously open further units for takeaway and/or full table service, in compliance with Government regulations, and by mid-July expects to have some 25 units open for trading”. Now a “Statement re: Redundancies”...


Things could start to get interesting again for Falkland Islands oil - buy Rockhopper for the longer-term

Rockhopper Exploration (RKH) was one of the most popular shares on the AIM market at one time, but in recent years it has fallen totally out of favour and its share price has plummeted. It is nearly a decade since this oil explorer first announced a big discovery at its Sea Lion prospect in the North Falkland basin and its share price rocketed, hitting highs of in excess of 550p per share and a market cap in the hundreds of millions...

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Why Coro Energy was my Dragon's Den pick

Coro Energy (CORO) was my pick this year during the Dragon’s Den session I was involved in at the UK Investor Show, and I also hold a small position here myself from around the current share price. Like many smaller companies in the oil and gas sector, it is an investment that I class as being speculative, hence not risking huge amounts of money in it at this stage – but there is also a lot of potential upside...

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F40 Univision – “pleased to announce” interims to Sept. Opinion (profit) vs reality (cashflow)

I am a bit puzzled by this announcement. ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play Univision (UVEL) is obviously “pleased” with the results, and with profits reported 133% higher on the same period last year and a major long-term contract win in the bag, who would not be pleased. Until, that is, you turn to the cashflow statement…

Debt financing would give Vast Resources a boost - speculative buy

The hardest thing for many of the smaller miners is actually making it to the production stage, and there are many that never get that far.

Canadian Overseas could be worth the gamble - but only if financing is secured

Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL) is a company that I have followed for a while now and recently I have noticed it getting a fair bit of attention again – certainly as much as we’ve seen since the failed drill in Liberia back in late 2016.

Hayward Tyler – reports “continued good progress”, what about the February profit warning?

Hayward Tyler (HAYT) has announced £3.7 million of new order wins, emphasising these “in addition to those already announced in March as evidence of our ability to convert our strong pipeline into order intake”. Hmmm, this follows a profit warning as recently as 20th February though…

Hayward Tyler – announces “new order wins”, but attempted bailout financing dump ahoy?

Down from above 75p at the commencement of the year, shares in engineering group Hayward Tyler (HAYT) are currently today rebounding more than 10%, above 40p, on the back of a “New order wins” announcement…

Audioboom – claims “impressive KPI performance”, but what about cash?

Shares in spoken-word audio platform company Audioboom (BOOM) are currently recovering above 3p on the back of a “First Quarter KPI Update” announcement. Hmmm, let’s take a look…

Hayward Tyler – further extension of debt repayment, what of funds recently raised?

My previous update on engineering group Hayward Tyler (HAYT) noted “repayment of £2.4 million of short term banking facilities, currently extended to 28 February”. The following updates with the shares currently further below 40p on the back of an “Update on banking support” announcement...


Sirius Minerals offers a fantastic long term buy at this price

Sirius Minerals (SXX) is a company that I’ve watched closely since 2010, and it has now reached a stage where a large proportion of the risk associated with its fertiliser project has been offset.

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