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Share Views: Mike van Dulken on today's Company Results and Macro considerations




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19
JUN

Defensive Buying - week ending 16 June 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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19
JUN

Fantasy Portfolio 2017: week ending 16 June 2017

This week I sold 2571 shares Empyrean Energy (EME ~ 18% profit) (but I still hold in reality).


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12
JUN

Defensive Buying - Week Ending 9 June 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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5
JUN

Defensive Buying - week ending 2 June 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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5
JUN

Fantasy Portfolio 2017: week ending 2 June 2017

This week I bought 2571 shares Empyrean Energy (EME, total cost £100) and 1230 shares Proton Power Systems (PPS, total cost £50).


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30
MAY

Defensive Buying - Week Ending 26 May 2017

The number of shares in a defensive buy is dictated primarily by the asking price and the buy/sell commission that you pay – for simplification I will assume that the buy and sell commissions are the same value and will provide a maximum number of shares to buy for a single commission of £5.25, £7.50, £10.00, and £12.00.


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24
JUL

Morning Shot

This week promises to be a busy one, with the FOMC meeting and GDP from the UK, US and Canada. Today in Asia Chinese shares trade higher but the ASX and the Nikkei are both in the red. 


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21
JUL

Reflect & Prepare

Yo-yo summer week, one day its quiet one day its frantic. The main story of the week comes in the form of the European Central Bank for me, there was some cryptic clues in the ECB post decision comments and the presser that the market picked up on.


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21
JUL

Morning Shot

US markets where pretty flat yesterday and Asian markets are mostly lower this bearish sentiment came as Mueller said to expand probe into Trumps business transactions which some analysts feel can delay some of the president’s economic agenda. 


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20
JUL

The 'picks & shovels' of Healthcare

“Health is more important than wealth” is a sentiment, with which most of us would agree. Domestic media headlines this week have featured the proposed state pension age rise to 68 years being brought forward to 2037 (from 2044). This is essentially a cost cutting measure by HM Government to reflect rising life expectancy, although separate reports have highlighted the poor quality of health – citing dementia in particular - being experienced by the most elderly. 


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20
JUL

Morning Shot

As earnings come in thick and fast all 3 of the major US bourses closed higher yesterday and this bullish sentiment has carried through to Asia today. The bullishness came as the BoJ announced they will not be changing their inflation target and they will be keeping the massive stimulus package which is clearly propping up markets.


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19
JUL

Morning Shot

Yesterday was a good day of the tech stocks as Netflix reported good subscription levels and the NASDAQ outperformed, this sentiment carried over to Asia where stocks trade higher. Stocks were also boosted by a good set of results from the big American Banks but some analysts had noticed if you dig deep into the results they may not be as rosy as they seem at the first glance. 


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18
JUL

Morning Shot

US markets close flat in an uneventful trading day yesterday and this morning the ASX and Nikkei have taken a hit with the ASX worse off, down over 1 percent. This came as traders and investors look unconvinced that Trump can pass his healthcare bill, Republican Senators Jerry Moran and Mike Lee announced their opposition on Monday to legislation to dismantle and replace the Affordable Care Act, leaving it without enough votes to pass.


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