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Share Price: 434.00Bid: 410.00Ask: 420.00Change: 14.00 (+3.33%)Riser - Taptica Int Ltd
Spread: 10.00Spread as %: 2.44%Open: 420.00High: 434.00Low: 434.00Yesterday’s Close: 420.00


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stuart1234
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undervalued country
Mon 11:04
 
stuart1234
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sun 12:32
the only bit i disagree with that blog is be 35% in samll caps, buffett could make 100% returns years ago by owning only small caps, but they had to be value small caps.

and i dont believe in owning a fund that has 100 small caps stocks, if you get a 100 bagger in there, the fund will be diluted far far too much by the other rubbish "fillers" that the fund owns just to be over diversified.

as buffett said if you see a home run, go big, dont suck you thumb waiting. bet heavily.
stuart1234
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sun 12:27
a blog from a website.

And whatever you do, don£t be out of the market during January! Literally all of the outperformance attributed to small-cap stocks occurs in January. Between February and December, small-cap stocks have historically slightly underperformed large-caps.

JUST THE FACTS, MA£AM
Let£s sum up:

If you want outsized returns, you must invest in small-cap value stocks.
All ten of the top-performing stocks of the past decade were small caps and most were value stocks. I can almost guarantee that the top-performing stocks of the next decade will be small caps as well.
Most small caps underperform, so the key is either finding the few small caps that will produce the 50, 60, and 70-baggers, or instead buying the entire small-cap universe to insure that you won£t miss out on the big winners.
Small caps have above-average volatility and can underperform for long periods, so their outsized returns may require a long timeframe to be realized.
Whether small caps are inherently more risky or just inefficiently priced is undecided, but investment prudence dictates that you normally limit your small cap allocation to less than half (some say 35%) of your total equity portfolio and avoid them altogether during incipient periods of severe economic distress (assuming you can foresee recessions and/or depressions £ ha!)
Never be out of small-cap stocks during January.
stuart1234
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sun 12:11
http://financials.morningstar.com/direct/ratios/r.html?t=XLON:TAP&region=gbr&culture=en-US&productcode=MLE&cur=

the return on capital is outstanding for taptica, that is what you need for the 100 baggers, you also need to have funds and institutes that have the buy and hold mentality.

we also have the excellent low p/e ratio,

I was reading the intelligent investor again yesterday and it says sometimes an investor should own a stock without looking at the daily share price, but look at its valuation, its debt, its return on capital, its products, its management, and then leave it to grow.

the daily share price is just what mr market thinks its worth on a daily basis, you should never sell cos mr market thinks its worth less tommorow .

folk will pay stupid money for stocks with high p/e and pay too little for stocks with low p/e, mr market gets it wrong alot.

to win,imo, todays value and longterm value shows up over time. and time is what the investor has, the day, weekly, monthly, trader doesnt, as its a zero sum game !!

to many folk are obsessed with share price. buffet looks at the value and how high the stock is truly worth before buying!!

if it keeps making more and more money, its earnings per share rises, then the share price wiill eventually catch up.

there is a saying in wall street, dont worry about the price, think of how high the price can go to in years to come, and that is all about the product and the return on captial earned. by the company.

folk thought netflix was too expensive and failed to realise just what an excellent company it is and who beneficial its products are.

i have the feeling that taptica will be sadly bought over at a very large premium before it ever gets the chance to be a 100 bagger, that would be bad, but just have to live with it.
MB60
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sun 08:52
Where are now SP at 410 ... my guess the SP is linked to the market ... if the UK markets make lets say an extra 1% this week the SP should go up to about 415

If the markets go down then I expect the current SP to remain the same until the sell (shares to cash) completes

I quote from http://tools.morningstar.co.uk/uk/stockreport/default.aspx?tab=0&vw=sum&SecurityToken=0P0001357G%5D3%5D0%5DE0WWE%24%24ALL&Id=0P0001357G&ClientFund=0&CurrencyId=BAS

Outlook > (04/01/2018) "The company remains confident of delivering solid year-on-year EBITDA growth for 2018 in line with market expectations"
stuart1234
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sat 14:05
afund manager can t go 100% cash, the 90% to 95% invested means that they have to sell stocks even if the companies they own are good, its fund investors redemptions,

the fund cant say we will sell lots of stocks and only own 5 stocks, they cant hold that few stocks, they arent allowed to say hold 20% in just one stcok, its against the rules, but you can.

id only be worried if dozens of funds hold say a short of say 30% like tesla, but those short selling hedge funds are vultures, only out to make money short term.

most hedge funds and mutual funds cant outperform the average pis,

but hopefully folk here arent the average pi and follow the well know rules how to beat the market long term.
stuart1234
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sat 13:58
mutual funds have no better idea than you or me if a company is going to succeed longterm, they make their money on technical analysis, they are short term gamblers,they have the same info as you and me, but pis have an advantage over them.

the average well researched investor can blow their annnual % growth returns away by owning a, a very concentrated portfolio, they cant do that they have to dilute by owning hundreds of stocks just to fill their portfolio.

the average pi can get out of a stock fast, if the fundamentals of a stock changes rapidly, the institutes cant, it takes them weeks to unload.

mutual fund managers exist so the manager follows the benchmark so he or she doesnt get the sack, they stay in their jobs for 4 yrs on average long enough to make a good salary, before they burn out or their system fails cos pis are selling up cos they think the world is doomed, a fund manager has to remain at least 90% invested at all times.

a well read and researched pi can stick it out by simply owning the very best stocks from say a mutual funds portfolio. and holding longterm, ignoring short term noise and investor sentiment about the world or indeed an individual stock imo.

mutual funds are affected more by technical trends and sentiment, the real winners are the pis who holds great money making stocks long term.
zooter
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RE: Suprised at fall
Sat 08:52
Old Mutual Global Investors (UK) Ltd have gradually increased their Short Position over several months. The last increase was recorded on 12/02/2018 and currently stands at 1.11%. No real surprise then as to why the sp has been falling but will they continue to increase their short position or slowly close out?
stuart1234
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RE: 2017 Singular ROI Index
Fri 10:05
you do realise this is one of the most undervalued stocks with great earnings and potential within the aim market, its what we call a hidden gem. right market right time.
steello
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2017 Singular ROI Index
15 Feb '18
So where did Taptica land, exactly?

• #5 Non-Gaming, Android
• #10 Non-Gaming, iOS
• #14 All verticals, Americas, Android
• #14 All verticals, EMEA, Android
• #14 All verticals, EMEA, iOS
• #15 All verticals, APAC, Android
• #15 All verticals, APAC, iOS
• #15 All verticals, All regions, Android

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