I think with the focus now on building stores for Sainsbury who themselves are doing very well and have a good growth story, if we can dove tail them along the way we should do nicely.. Of course there is other projects along the way, I was also in Taylor Wimpey before but my focus is on Essr, Bellzone Mining way over sold they had a placing at 80p now 13p with $70million in the bank, luckily I avg 15p..! Mining is very high risk but I like the long term prospects of BZM and will hold my small holding in this. Tellit Communications (TCM) is another I will buy if my buy in price is reached..
Craggy Yes nothing like vested interest to keep the company moving.Similarly I try and do the same. My portfolio is highly geared towards property mainly beacuse its an industry Im involved in so in theory have some sort of knowledge set to baas my investment decis ions
I hold on that basis in addition to TH Hansteen Holdings (my fav) Telford Homes and until recently St Modwen.Redrow and Taylor Wimpey
One share which has caught my eye but yet to invest in as Im currently committed is Conygar Investments who look very ambitious with good personnel
Chairman dived in for 450k worth of shares yesterday so not sure what to read into that he already has 133m so pretty irrelevant in the whole scheme of things but nevertheless a postive statement and will focus some attention .They seem t o be quite heavily staffedwith some expensive mouths to feed and unsure whethe rin today market its necessary to hav e so many regional offices i think this suits the individual directors involved rather than some core strategy
They have some exciting developments in the go lets hope the directors earn their corn and enhance value
GoldStone, which is focused in West and Central Africa, has said it now holds 100% of the Akrokerri licence following its acquisition of the residual 4.9% interest held by Volta Resources. GoldStone purchased the stake for a consideration of 1.5m ordinary GoldStone shares, which Volta is not permitted to dispose of before June 30th. The Akrokerri licence was renewed on May 12th 2011 for a 12 month period.
Newbury Racecourse, a racing, entertainment and events business, has completed a joint venture development agreement with David Wilson Homes (DWH) regarding the long-term redevelopment of the racecourse. Under the agreement DWH will purchase three areas of land at the racecourse on which around 1,500 homes are to be constructed over the course of the anticipated 10-year development programme. DWH is committed to pay a minimum of £42.6m over the course of the programme with the majority of payments being received in the latter stages of the project.
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