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6
JUL

Boring Investments - Week Ending 6 July 2018

This week I reduced my holding in Echo Energy (ECHO) by 100%.


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4
JUN

Boring Investments - week ending 1 June 2018

This week I increased my holding in Empyrean Energy (EME) by 123%. From next week, I will stop reporting changes in EME holdings until there is visibility on future operations but I will still be a long term holder.


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21
MAY

Boring Investments - week ending 18 May 2018

This week I reduced my holding in Asiamet Resources (ARS) by 18% and I reduced my holding in Empyrean Energy (EME) by 32%.


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11
MAY

Boring Investments - week ending 11 May 2018

There were no changes to my holdings in Asiamet Resources (ARS), Empyrean Energy (EME), and Horizonte Minerals (HZM).


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4
MAY

Boring Investments ? week ending 4 May 2018

There were no changes to my holdings in Asiamet Resources (ARS), Empyrean Energy (EME), and Horizonte Minerals (HZM).


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4
MAY

News and Volume

If you read about my secret in the previous blog post then this week you may have noticed a few big risers, including Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) and Pipehawk (PIP).
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Latest Entries:

25
JUN

Oil price, Genel, Petrofac And finally...

WTI $57.90 +47c, Brent $64.86 -34c, Diff -$6.96 -81c, NG $2.30 +12c


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25
JUN

Gold is having one hell of a run!

First of all well done to all those that are holding gold-related stocks at the moment. We have seen good moves in the likes of Fresnillo in recent times off the back of the latest gold run. 


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25
JUN

Well here we are again - looking to record highs on Wall Street after last week's FOMC retreat

Last week was a welcome week for global stocks, with the world's premier central bank opening the door to rate cuts after bond markets had effectively forced them open weeks earlier.  It was hard to ignore the bearish outlook reflected in longer end yields, and in a yield hungry market, the traditional fears do not have the same impact that investors of some 10-15 years back are familiar with.  And why would they?   


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24
JUN

Oil price, Pantheon, Gulf Keystone And finally…

WTI $57.43 +36c, Brent $65.20 +75c, Diff -$7.77 +39c, NG $2.19 u/c


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21
JUN

Reflect & Prepare

All eyes were on this week's FOMC and as the projections all leaned towards a dovish message, Fed chair Powell did not disappoint, leaving the door open to rate cuts due to global risks permeating through to the US economy.  In subtle rhetoric, Jerome Powell managed to negotiate a tricky meeting, which had been hyped up for a number of weeks and pressured not only by the US president but also bond markets - which saw the benchmark 10yr Note slipping briefly under 2.0%.  All this was good news for equities, with the S&P 500 tipping new all-time highs.  


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20
JUN

Dixons Carphone shares tank again

These guys had a hard time since 2016. Below I have put in a monthly chart that shows the capitulation from just over 500p to the 110p we are at today. There are soo many headwinds against this high street giant. Online shopping provides such a big competitive advantage against over the high street. Now the trust in returns policy's are higher and the tech-savvy younger generation emerge I can only see the problems continuing.


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