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Fund Manager Chris Bailey talks about an opportunist 2017 for investors Watch here

Fund Manager Chris Bailey talks about an opportunist 2017 for investors




Latest Entries:

16
JAN

Vegan Diary

What does it mean to be vegan? Is it a diet thing or a lifestyle thing? For now, it’s just a diet thing for me since I continue to wear leather and I don’t mind the new £5 notes having tallow in them. I guess that makes me a faux vegan if I don’t fully embrace the whole concept of veganism.


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16
JAN

Newsflash for the Snoozers - Part 25

Empyrean Energy (EME) Wow, what an efficient price rise based on nothing at all fundamental over the last few weeks! I have previously mentioned that I am still a holder of EME so I had no problem with reducing my exposure in this most unexpected of price elevations because the company aren’t going to be propping up the fundamentals of EME at least until 2019 so any rises between now and then are likely to be short-lived since there is nothing tangible to base them on.


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16
JAN

Defensive Buying - Week Ending 13 January 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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10
JAN

Azerbaijan Oil & Gas Producer: Coming to the London Main Market This Week (LON:ZEN)

The common wisdom that Canadian markets are a difficult environment for independent oil & gas companies to raise money may be true. However, this week features an exciting IPO (Initial Public Offering) on the London Stock Exchange of Zenith Energy PLC (LON: ZEN), which will be dual listed, having decided to keep their TSX-V listing (TSX-V: ZEE).


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9
JAN

Defensive Buying - Week Ending 6 January 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
JAN

Get ready for a profitable 2017

With 2016 almost behind us and the Christmas holidays just around the corner, there will soon be plenty of time to spend with family but also to re-think your investment portfolio. It’s time to take stock of your profits and losses and carefully consider good opportunities to kick off 2017.


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Latest Entries:

10
JAN

It's a results business - Managerial change at Bovis

A number of managerial casualties in the football industry, both rumoured and actual, have dominated the sports pages in the first few days of 2017. As every football fan knows, the only certainty about being the manager is that he (invariably, it is a man in charge) will have to take responsibility for results on the pitch, as well as knowing that departing is only a matter of time.


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5
JAN

A higher risk-reward stock idea for 2017

As promised in the previous article, which highlighted the volume national house builder Bellway, this blogs wishes to focus on a second company share which offers the prospect of being upwardly re-rated by investors in 2017: the financial online payments business Paysafe.


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3
JAN

A Stock for 2017

Well, 2016 came – surprised, delighted, disappointed, brought joy, delivered sadness – and went very quickly. Leaving aside personal experience, most financial commentators would agree that the balance of news had overwhelmingly been market unfriendly: Brexit, the US election result, rising geo-political tensions (surrounding Russia, to name just one country) and pedestrian economic growth. However, reminding us that stock market performance will so often be counter intuitive, the FTSE100 index overcame this ‘wall of worry’ to reach a new high of 7,120 on the 31 December.    


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23
DEC

Following another week of drama, a seasonal message

It has been another week of dramatic news headlines – dominated by terrorist and military atrocities in Germany, Iraq, Turkey, the Yemen and, inevitably, Syria.  By contrast, hard headed investors may have taken little account of such tragic geo-political events as stock markets continued their progress to near-record highs.


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14
DEC

Dramatic moves: it's been an interesting week

Stock exchange listed companies are obliged to advise investors of the prime risks which could adversely impact their business within their annual report and accounts. Believers in some degree of ‘efficiency’ in markets’ ability to price risk assets, such as equity, reasonably well would rely upon analysts’ primary research and fund managers’ secondary investigation of these companies - which would include close scrutiny of these risks.


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2
DEC

Looking out to the horizon: a focus on future profits and dividends

Rather than looking back at past performance, this month’s review is taking a look forward. Having followed the fortunes of a list of industry leaders over the past year, we are now focusing on the prospects for these businesses’ equity worth - based on the market’s best endeavours to forecast future earnings and dividends.


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14
NOV

Key questions to ask when considering investing in a share placement

While there is money to be made from investing in share placements, there are also a lot of associated risks if you don’t know what to look for. Below, I’ve highlighted some of the key questions you should answer before deciding to invest in any company and business.


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