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By Tom Winnifrith 8 hours ago

The 49’ers series continues with my newest book – the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from oil, gas and mining stocks.  It is published TODAY and you can buy it on Amazon for £6.25. Or we have 500 free copies to give away and you can download yours now by filling in the form below..

EPIC code: MIN

Looking forward to the last day of the month

By Tom Winnifrith 8 hours ago

Well it is payday. That is one reason to celebrate of course. But there are a few other things bubbling away in the world of shares.

Gold

hot Taking a position in gold ahead of tonight’s FOMC announcement

By Ben Turney 10 hours ago

At 7pm tonight (BST), the Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) will announce its latest decisions on US interest rates. The market appears to expect a hawkish statement from the FOMC, judging by the weakness in equities and the strength of the dollar. Gold too has been falling. However, according to the commentary from Jon Hilsenrath, it appears that the policy debate over future rates is too close for anyone to be certain what Janet Yellen and company will do. As such, a contrarian, tightly managed long in the precious metal could prove to be a gamble worth taking, especially given the proximity of the price to a key level of technical MIDAS support.

EPIC code: MONI

hot Monitise: Weedy non-news, Edison puffer after profits warning: Red Flag Placing Ahoy – Sell – target 20p

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 12 hours ago

Early this month Monitise (MONI) served up a dismal profits warning. Delays in revenues were – in true Rob Terry fashion – viewed as being for good reasons but once again this company failed to hit targets.  Now we see a weedy non-announcement and an Edison puffery research note all of which are Red Flags. Whatever Monitise says it is running out of cash and a placing is inevitable.

EPIC code: RRL

hot Range Resources; no excuses now, you must deliver

By Ben Turney 12 hours ago

Range Resources’ (RRL) CEO Rory Scott Russell has one hell of a job ahead of him. The latest quarterly production figures won’t have come as much of a shock to anyone who has followed the company closely. I must admit I hadn’t seen the bulletin board disappointment at the release of the country’s production figures from January to May this year, by the Trinidadian Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs. However, Range has now confirmed that Q2 this year was another very disappointing quarter production wise. In his accompanying statement, Mr Scott Russell talked of a “transformational quarter”, but like his repeated claim of “world class assets” in May’s conference call, there is only so long the market will continue to buy this hype. At 1.81p, Range is valued at £91.35million and it is very hard to see fundamental reasons to justify this.

EPIC code: SMDR

Salamander Energy – answering your questions: still a buy – target 250p

By Chris Oil 12 hours ago

Following my first article (here) I have had a lot of questions and comments regarding Fully listed Salamander Energy (SMDR) and so I expand my view of its Far Eastern promise. The shares are still at 113p but my target share price remains 250p. Here’s why. 

EPIC code: WAFM

Exploration progress for Jim Mellon's West African Minerals

By Robert Tyerman 14 hours ago

Many iron ore bosses are wringing their hands at its price halving in three and a half years. But Anton Mauve, managing director of Jim Mellon's Isle of Man-based West African Minerals Corporation (WAFM) is not one of them, even though these woes have sent the AIM-quoted iron ore explorer’s shares down from 32.75p to 5.88p over the past year, for a stock market value of £22.1 million. Following encouraging exploration results at West African’s properties in Cameroon and Sierra Leone, Mauve, a former head of Lonmin Platinum, declares ‘the gloom makes us happy’. But why?

EPIC code: MIRL

Minera IRL – a low price for Don Nicolas, but still speculative value?

By Steve Moore 15 hours ago

AIM listed Minera IRL (MIRL) has announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its remaining stake in the Don Nicolas project in Argentina for $11.5 million. The shares have slipped lower, to 10.75p, on the back of the announcement, but does this represent a buying opportunity?

EPIC code: FAST

Fastnet Oil & Gas - a bumpy ride but is the story good? Watch the video and decide for yourself

By Tom Winnifrith 16 hours ago

It has been a bumpy ride over the past few months for Fastnet (FAST) but its CEO Cathal Friel is an impressive chap and with oil stocks back in vogue is he worth backing? Watch this video from the UK Investor show and decide for yourself.

EPIC code: OUT

hot Piers Linney of Dragon’s Den – you have 38 hours left to deliver the bad news on Outsourcery: A Reminder…Tick Tock

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 17 hours ago

Dear Piers. On 27th June you promised the poor shareholders in your POS AIM listed Company Outsourcery (OUT) that you would update them on how you were going to refinance this POS enterprise during July. Of course a promise from you is worth jackshit. I refer to your IPO prospectus of May 2013…

EPIC code: BMN

Bushveld Minerals at 4.1p worth 49.5p says convicted felon Charlie Gibson..whatever

By Tom Winnifrith 17 hours ago

Bushveld Minerals (BMN) shares may be cheap but this cheap?  Well prostitute researcher Edison is paid to say nice things but surely convicted felon Charlie Gibson is over-egging the pudding with this note? Decide for yourself. The Honourable Mr Gibson writes:

Bear

Should Short Selling be Banned – Reader Poll Results

By Tom Winnifrith 18 hours ago

Perhaps we did not give enough options in our reader poll? We should perhaps have included “short selling is okay, unless the bears are shorting a stock I own in which case they should be sent to prison for life immediately.” Anyhow we gave you three options are here are the results:

EPIC code: TEG

July’s Stock-Ping - Research TEG Group

By Jim Ross of Stockpinger 18 hours ago

Back to the ‘T’s and mother nature for this month’s Stockping however far removed from wireless technology and infection control, the company this month operate on the old adage ‘where there’s muck, there’s money’ and possibly in increasing amounts in years to come. TEG Group PLC (TEG) with its wholly owned subsidiaries, TEG Environmental , TEG Energy  and Simpro  along with 50% stakes in TEG Biogas (Perth)  and TEG Biogas (London) provides state of the art technology for handling organic wastes with abbreviations such as: ‘IVC’ – in vessel composting, ‘ABP’ – animal by product and ‘AD’ anaerobic digestion, gardeners will know, the latter is rather smelly, but this shouldn’t put you off the share!!!

EPIC code: RYA

hot Buy cuddly "new" Ryanair at 7.02 Euro

By Robert Sutherland Smith 18 hours ago

So, with the 152 % increase in Q1 profitability and – more fundamentally important the reported 4% in passenger numbers – is the curse of O’Leary be lifted for Ryanair; transformed into something more endearing and cuddly than the hard bitten reputation of past times? The thing that makes equity investing the dynamic thing it is – for good or ill – is the fact that companies are managed by people and people can adapt to change and challenge, as Mr. O’ Leary is clearly attempting to do now. The fact that 4% more passengers have elected to go Ryanair suggests that he has won through; or at least is not still on the back foot in terms of public appreciation of Ryanair Holdings (RYA).

EPIC code: HCM

Hutchison China Meditech – I’m well ahead on this China share tip but more to come

By Tom Winnifrith 18 hours ago

Never buy Chinese stocks listed in London is a golden rule of mine. But I broke it last month tipping Hutchison China MediTech (HCM) at an 870p offer. They are now 960p bid after interims yesterday. So why break a golden rule and is there more to come for the shares?

EPIC code: HDY

hot Kiss Me Hardy, but More Importantly Make Me More Money.

By Malcolm Stacey 18 hours ago

Hello Share Chuckers: Let's have a look at a  little oiler based in Aberdeen. It’s called Hardy Oil (HDY). I've not been that well rewarded since I bought this interesting share a few years back. But it's three month graph starts to show a different story. It reads like a stairway to heaven. A more or less steady progression north.

EPIC code: DOM

Domino’s Pizza Group – interims: time to buy back in?

By Steve Moore 2 days ago

Shares in Domino's Pizza Group (DOM) have nudged higher to a current 547.5p on the back of results for the company’s half year ended 29th June 2014. Having previously concluded that the shares looked high enough at 558p in April, should you follow the herd and buy back in?

EPIC code: QPP

hot Paul Scott’s Red Flag Spreadsheet

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

This is a truly brilliant spreadsheet from Paul Scott, the person I rate as the UK’s top share blogger and an all-round nice guy to boot.  In saying all round this is not a reference to his figure although….  Paul does not write for this site and is fiercely independent in his views but he has graciously allowed me to publish this anyway. And so especially for followers of Quindell (QPP), Globo (GBO), Outsourcery (OUT) and a good few others…

EPIC code: OUT

hot Piers Linney of Dragons Den – another business failure unearthed & his PLC record in focus as shares in Outsourcery Slump

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

Over the weekend I revealed HERE the string of business trainwecks that are the real career of Dragons Den new boy Piers Linney. I also flagged that his AIM listed Outsourcery (OUT) was in dire straits and its shares have slumped from 34p on Friday to 25.5p ( and falling) today as the possibility that it could go tits up looms ever larger – as I flag HERE.

EPIC code: STG

hot Under starters orders; a final look at the form of the Horse Hill runners

By Ben Turney 2 days ago

Over the last couple of weeks the share prices of the six listed companies participating in the Horse Hill oil exploration project have pulled back. Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA) and UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) have both placed. Solo Oil (SOLO) has been treading water since it placed in mid June. Regency Mines (RGM) looks almost certain to place imminently, despite having raised money in May and the same can probably be said for Doriemus (DOR), though the latter’s financial position is certainly better. This leaves Stellar Resources (STG), which of the six is probably the best funded and might not need a Horse Hill cash injection. Time will tell if this view is correct, but with the spud only days away, now might be the time to place your bets if you fancy a gamble on the madness of crowds. Below I take a look at the runners.

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hot NEW Mining and Oil shares book by Tom Winnifrith – get your FREE Copy

By Tom Winnifrith 8 hours ago

The 49’ers series continues with my newest book – the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from oil, gas and mining stocks.  It is published TODAY and you can buy it on Amazon for £6.25. Or we have 500 free copies to give away and you can download yours now by filling in the form below..

EPIC code: QPP

hot Paul Scott’s Red Flag Spreadsheet

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

This is a truly brilliant spreadsheet from Paul Scott, the person I rate as the UK’s top share blogger and an all-round nice guy to boot.  In saying all round this is not a reference to his figure although….  Paul does not write for this site and is fiercely independent in his views but he has graciously allowed me to publish this anyway. And so especially for followers of Quindell (QPP), Globo (GBO), Outsourcery (OUT) and a good few others…

EPIC code: STG

hot Under starters orders; a final look at the form of the Horse Hill runners

By Ben Turney 2 days ago

Over the last couple of weeks the share prices of the six listed companies participating in the Horse Hill oil exploration project have pulled back. Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA) and UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) have both placed. Solo Oil (SOLO) has been treading water since it placed in mid June. Regency Mines (RGM) looks almost certain to place imminently, despite having raised money in May and the same can probably be said for Doriemus (DOR), though the latter’s financial position is certainly better. This leaves Stellar Resources (STG), which of the six is probably the best funded and might not need a Horse Hill cash injection. Time will tell if this view is correct, but with the spud only days away, now might be the time to place your bets if you fancy a gamble on the madness of crowds. Below I take a look at the runners.

EPIC code: OUT

hot Piers Linney of Dragons Den – another business failure unearthed & his PLC record in focus as shares in Outsourcery Slump

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

Over the weekend I revealed HERE the string of business trainwecks that are the real career of Dragons Den new boy Piers Linney. I also flagged that his AIM listed Outsourcery (OUT) was in dire straits and its shares have slumped from 34p on Friday to 25.5p ( and falling) today as the possibility that it could go tits up looms ever larger – as I flag HERE.

EPIC code: OUT

hot Piers Linney of Dragon’s Den – you have 38 hours left to deliver the bad news on Outsourcery: A Reminder…Tick Tock

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 17 hours ago

Dear Piers. On 27th June you promised the poor shareholders in your POS AIM listed Company Outsourcery (OUT) that you would update them on how you were going to refinance this POS enterprise during July. Of course a promise from you is worth jackshit. I refer to your IPO prospectus of May 2013…

EPIC code: MONI

hot Monitise: Weedy non-news, Edison puffer after profits warning: Red Flag Placing Ahoy – Sell – target 20p

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 12 hours ago

Early this month Monitise (MONI) served up a dismal profits warning. Delays in revenues were – in true Rob Terry fashion – viewed as being for good reasons but once again this company failed to hit targets.  Now we see a weedy non-announcement and an Edison puffery research note all of which are Red Flags. Whatever Monitise says it is running out of cash and a placing is inevitable.

EPIC code: SOU

Sound Oil: All Bulletin Board froth or a very cheap share: video presentation judge for yourself

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

The Bulletin Boards are frothing, AIM listed Sound Oil (SOU) seems to be the latest private investor darling. But is it all froth or is the shares really very cheap? Judge for yourself by waching this video of  Luca Madeddu presenting at the UK Investor Show

EPIC code: BMN

Bushveld Minerals at 4.1p worth 49.5p says convicted felon Charlie Gibson..whatever

By Tom Winnifrith 17 hours ago

Bushveld Minerals (BMN) shares may be cheap but this cheap?  Well prostitute researcher Edison is paid to say nice things but surely convicted felon Charlie Gibson is over-egging the pudding with this note? Decide for yourself. The Honourable Mr Gibson writes:

Bear

Should Short Selling be Banned – Reader Poll Results

By Tom Winnifrith 18 hours ago

Perhaps we did not give enough options in our reader poll? We should perhaps have included “short selling is okay, unless the bears are shorting a stock I own in which case they should be sent to prison for life immediately.” Anyhow we gave you three options are here are the results:

EPIC code: GSK

GlaxoSmithKline good value at 1428p

By Robert Sutherland Smith 2 days ago

The fall in the GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) share price to1428p is a story in its self.  Not only is it back to where it approximately was in 2013 but it now stands on what I perceive to be a three year support level. (Have a look for yourselves.) If so, will the share price hold there and is it a reason to buy the shares as cheap at 1428p on an historic dividend yield of 5.4% and on the basis that “there will always be a Glaxo”; an approach that has generally speaking been a good point to buy the shares when the news looks bleakest?

EPIC code: AFN

Praise for ADVFN.

By Malcolm Stacey 2 days ago

Hello Stock Pickers: There are some websites, which are truly beneficial for sharesmiths like us. This one is a case in point – especially for warning us what shares to avoid or sell. Its 'buy' tips are extremely tasty, too. Except mine, mayhap. Ok, I'm highly biased.

Pants on fire

Life in a private company and a PLC – the Year end merry go round

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

The Real Man year-end is just five weeks away. We are a private company and so it makes not a blind bit of difference to us. Sure we have to fill in a few forms which we will do. But does it impact on our behaviour? Not in the slightest. How different life is at a PLC where what is termed "window dressing" takes place. What odd things it makes folks do.

EPIC code: RRL

hot Range Resources; no excuses now, you must deliver

By Ben Turney 12 hours ago

Range Resources’ (RRL) CEO Rory Scott Russell has one hell of a job ahead of him. The latest quarterly production figures won’t have come as much of a shock to anyone who has followed the company closely. I must admit I hadn’t seen the bulletin board disappointment at the release of the country’s production figures from January to May this year, by the Trinidadian Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs. However, Range has now confirmed that Q2 this year was another very disappointing quarter production wise. In his accompanying statement, Mr Scott Russell talked of a “transformational quarter”, but like his repeated claim of “world class assets” in May’s conference call, there is only so long the market will continue to buy this hype. At 1.81p, Range is valued at £91.35million and it is very hard to see fundamental reasons to justify this.

Anarchy

hot The answer to failure of regulation & the FCA is NOT more regulation and more cash for the FCA

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

Over the weekend I described another glaring failure by the FCA/FSA which has cost 325 investors £25 million. I am told by a, normally sensible, fellow in the comments section that the answer is to give the FCA more money and more resource. How 100% wrong can you be?

EPIC code: DOM

Domino’s Pizza Group – interims: time to buy back in?

By Steve Moore 2 days ago

Shares in Domino's Pizza Group (DOM) have nudged higher to a current 547.5p on the back of results for the company’s half year ended 29th June 2014. Having previously concluded that the shares looked high enough at 558p in April, should you follow the herd and buy back in?

EPIC code: HCM

Hutchison China Meditech – I’m well ahead on this China share tip but more to come

By Tom Winnifrith 18 hours ago

Never buy Chinese stocks listed in London is a golden rule of mine. But I broke it last month tipping Hutchison China MediTech (HCM) at an 870p offer. They are now 960p bid after interims yesterday. So why break a golden rule and is there more to come for the shares?

EPIC code: MIN

Looking forward to the last day of the month

By Tom Winnifrith 8 hours ago

Well it is payday. That is one reason to celebrate of course. But there are a few other things bubbling away in the world of shares.

EPIC code: SMDR

Salamander Energy – answering your questions: still a buy – target 250p

By Chris Oil 12 hours ago

Following my first article (here) I have had a lot of questions and comments regarding Fully listed Salamander Energy (SMDR) and so I expand my view of its Far Eastern promise. The shares are still at 113p but my target share price remains 250p. Here’s why. 

EPIC code: KBT

K3 Business Technology – we are 45% up on or share tip but still upside

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

K3 Business Technology (KBT) yesterday announced a £0.61 million “strategic infill” acquisition of Retail Technology Ltd, a ‘Microsoft Dynamics’-based electronic point of sale provider to smaller retailers.  That is more good news for a share where we are already 45% ahead on our tip – there is more to come.

EPIC code: ARG

hot Argos Resource offers an alternative Falklands play

By Gary Newman 2 days ago

Excitement is starting to build about the forthcoming drilling in the Falkland Islands, given what was discovered previously. Even though the rig won’t arrive until spring 2015, interest is already returning to Rockhopper Exploration (RKH) and Falklands Oil and Gas (FOGL), and I would expect both to be at a higher price by the time drilling commences. But if you fancy a different play to the two main companies, then Argos Resources (ARG) is well worth a look and seems to have been largely forgotten about.

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EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell & Industrial Deafness – how the “industry” works and why that means Quindell’s numbers do not add up

By Tom Winnifrith 7 days ago

In 2014 Quindell (QPP) will book revenue of £228 million (28% of group sales) from Industrial Deafness claims where it will generate not a cent of cash. Those revenues are based on the estimates provided by Mr 2+2 Can =5 Rob Terry and his fellow directors and will ensure Quindell hits EPS forecasts. But anyone looking at this industry must recognise that Terry is bullshitting. Here’s why. Meet The Hearing Clinic.

Bear

Should Short Selling be Banned – Reader Poll Results

By Tom Winnifrith 18 hours ago

Perhaps we did not give enough options in our reader poll? We should perhaps have included “short selling is okay, unless the bears are shorting a stock I own in which case they should be sent to prison for life immediately.” Anyhow we gave you three options are here are the results:

EPIC code: GBO

Globo Trading Statement – hang on fellows

By Tom Winnifrith 3 days ago

Shares in Globo (GBO) are 5% ahead on the back of what appears a bullish trading update. But hang on am I missing something here? 

EPIC code: USOP

hot Brian McDonnell of US Oil & Gas you are a liar and a fraud and should go to prison

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 4 days ago

Telling investors something that is untrue in an approved announcement (an RNS) as you endeavour to issue shares to raise extra cash is not good. Not only is it a lie but it is an attempt at fraud since you are raising money on the basis of a lie. I hereby accuse Brian McDonnell of US Oil & Gas (USOP) of being a liar and a fraud.  He should go to prison. And if it does not resign first thing on Monday its advisers Alexander David Securities is a willing party to that fraud. It should quit at once. Brian can sue me for libel if he wishes but this is a slam dunk. The little crook is exposed.

Pants on fire

hot Exclusive: Fund Manager arrested as the FCA fails AGAIN – 325 investors to lose everything

By Tom Winnifrith 5 days ago

Fund Manager Robin Christie was arrested earlier this year and this week, I am led to believe, the Crown Prosecution Service will decide what charges to press against him. Meanwhile around £25 million invested in funds he created has disappeared. The cash was supplied by IFAs and it is not clear yet whether all ultimate investors know what has happened. The real red faces are round at the FCA which (under its previous guise as the FSA) visited Christie in 2009 and gave him a clean bill of health.

EPIC code: BMN

Bushveld Minerals at 4.1p worth 49.5p says convicted felon Charlie Gibson..whatever

By Tom Winnifrith 17 hours ago

Bushveld Minerals (BMN) shares may be cheap but this cheap?  Well prostitute researcher Edison is paid to say nice things but surely convicted felon Charlie Gibson is over-egging the pudding with this note? Decide for yourself. The Honourable Mr Gibson writes:

EPIC code: STG

hot Under starters orders; a final look at the form of the Horse Hill runners

By Ben Turney 2 days ago

Over the last couple of weeks the share prices of the six listed companies participating in the Horse Hill oil exploration project have pulled back. Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA) and UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) have both placed. Solo Oil (SOLO) has been treading water since it placed in mid June. Regency Mines (RGM) looks almost certain to place imminently, despite having raised money in May and the same can probably be said for Doriemus (DOR), though the latter’s financial position is certainly better. This leaves Stellar Resources (STG), which of the six is probably the best funded and might not need a Horse Hill cash injection. Time will tell if this view is correct, but with the spud only days away, now might be the time to place your bets if you fancy a gamble on the madness of crowds. Below I take a look at the runners.

Tom

hot NEW Mining and Oil shares book by Tom Winnifrith – get your FREE Copy

By Tom Winnifrith 8 hours ago

The 49’ers series continues with my newest book – the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from oil, gas and mining stocks.  It is published TODAY and you can buy it on Amazon for £6.25. Or we have 500 free copies to give away and you can download yours now by filling in the form below..

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FTSE 100: in a long term terminal pattern

By Thierry Laduguie 6 days ago

Sentiment is no longer bearish but we can't say that sentiment is bullish because the 34-day BTI is still declining. Sentiment will turn bullish when both indicators, BTI and 34-day BTI are up. Yesterday we saw some good economic numbers from China and Europe and (manufacturing PMIs), mixed numbers in the US and weak retail sales in the UK. In the US better jobless claims was offset by weaker than expected new home sales. Overall the news was positive, the S&P 500 set another record closing high. Earnings reports have been well received, they have provided the fuel to the recent rally. The question is what will happen when the earnings season draws to a close? I guess investors will turn to valuations and geopolitical risks and the stock market will decline. This could happen in early August.

Bear

Reader Poll: How do you view short sellers & Bear raiders

By Tom Winnifrith 5 days ago

I have expressed my views clearly. Folks like Evil Knievil, Lucian Miers, Matt Earl, short sellers or bear raiders – do a very useful job for society in weeding out companies which might otherwise cause capital to be misallocated. I am a fan as you can see HERE.  But do you agree?

Piers

hot Dragon’s Den Star Piers Linney – A career of business failure revealed and the sham projection of his Outsourcery flotation

By Tom Winnifrith 4 days ago

There is a new star on Dragon’s Den, Piers Linney. Yesterday I revealed HERE how his Outsourcery (OUT) firm on AIM is in very real danger of going tits up just 14 months after listing. But Piers is no stranger to business failure. The BBC thinks he is a Dragon with the Midas touch. Au contraire. Today I reveal the full extent of his career of business trainwrecks and the sham projections of the Outsourcery IPO.

EPIC code: MONI

hot Monitise: Weedy non-news, Edison puffer after profits warning: Red Flag Placing Ahoy – Sell – target 20p

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 12 hours ago

Early this month Monitise (MONI) served up a dismal profits warning. Delays in revenues were – in true Rob Terry fashion – viewed as being for good reasons but once again this company failed to hit targets.  Now we see a weedy non-announcement and an Edison puffery research note all of which are Red Flags. Whatever Monitise says it is running out of cash and a placing is inevitable.

EPIC code: NOP

hot Northern Petroleum UK asset sale at give-away price – just how bad is the cash position?

By Tom Winnifrith 7 days ago

I noted here the other day that Northern Petroleum (NOP) is heading for a cash call. Today it has announced the sale of its UK assets for £1.5 million to UK Oil & Gas (UKOG). It’s a great deal for UK Oil & Gas but it tells you that Northern needs cash. Fast.

EPIC code: EIT

Enables It May Enable Me to Get Some Money Back

By Malcolm Stacey 7 days ago

Hello Share Riders: I have a few shares at the moment which are not doing that well. I should have sold them after a 10% drop on the purchase price. That's my usual rule.

EPIC code: QPP

hot Paul Scott’s Red Flag Spreadsheet

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

This is a truly brilliant spreadsheet from Paul Scott, the person I rate as the UK’s top share blogger and an all-round nice guy to boot.  In saying all round this is not a reference to his figure although….  Paul does not write for this site and is fiercely independent in his views but he has graciously allowed me to publish this anyway. And so especially for followers of Quindell (QPP), Globo (GBO), Outsourcery (OUT) and a good few others…

EPIC code: TCG

hot Thomas Cook - The Profits warning next week says airline guru Andrew Monk

By Tom Winnifrith 7 days ago

Andrew Monk heads up broker VSA Resources but in a former life was an airlines expert. He even set up one. It went tits up. But he knows how this industry operates and his views on THomas Cook (TCG) are clear. He noted this morning. 

EPIC code: ISAT

Inmarsat Is No Waste of Space.

By Malcolm Stacey 6 days ago

Hello Share Mashers: Inmarsat (ISAT) is a great British space-age techno company – but not as we know it, Jim. You may recall lots in the news about Inmarsat earlier this year. They were the ones who were looking for bits of wrecked plane in that big missing aircraft tragedy.

EPIC code: UKOG

hot UK Oil & Gas, placing done: Buy as Horse Hill starts to spark

By HotStockRockets 5 days ago

UK Oil & Gas Investments (UKOG) has announced that it has raised a gross £2 million via a placing at 1p per share “to make further investments in accordance with the company's investing policy and provide further working capital”

Anarchy

hot Invest in us we are ethical – just another AIM Con

By Tom Winnifrith 5 days ago

Malcolm Stacey is a very good man. He is an ethical operator in every way. But when looking at the nest of snakes that is AIM that is not perhaps the greatest attribute an investor can have. The Vipers lure you with a line about ethical investing but 99% of the time it is just so much cock.

EPIC code: RCI

Doc Holiday: Rapid Cloud – a speculative buy

By Doc Holiday 3 days ago

Rapid Cloud (RCI) came to market back in 2013 and IPO'd at 54p. The business was formed back in 1999 so was hardly a start up and therefore a punt operation. Specialising in web development services, I explain below why I view this company as a speculative buy.


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Zak Mir: The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of Shares

By ShareProphets 249 days ago


Get the NEW ebook by Zak Mir, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of Shares.. Act fast - there are only 50 (FIFTY) free copies available.

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