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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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APR




Latest Entries:

21
JUN

Technical Analysis for HZM

The Horizonte Minerals weekly chart confirms the uptrend is still in tact. We have dipped off slightly since we made the lower high which formed in April but the momentum of the move lower seems to be declining. This week so far it seems we have rejected a move lower and it remains to be seen if the RNS today will give us any reason to attack higher level but the first place I would look for any resistance is the 4.68p area. Moving beyond this the 5.22p looks to be a formidable resistance and the triangle breakout would be a confirmation of a bullish move to test that level or even higher. In terms of where my risk limits would lie the 3.80p area would be a risky but conservative place to keep a stop loss but for all the longer term investors out there maybe 3p is more sensible do take out any risk of shorter term volatility. I am not recommending any trades here but I feel that unless the 3.54p area is taken out this chart is still giving me bullish signals and any move past 5p could indicate some further upside potential. 


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20
JUN

Berkeley Group

Berkeley has enjoyed a stellar rally in its share price since 2017 rising some 46%, but in recent weeks the sector as a whole has been struggling. Various data releases including Rightmove, Rics and Halifax have shown that house prices may be easing off especially in the London area. Not only this the government is looking to change rules of 'land banking' as they continually miss targets on the amount of homes the sector produces per year. 


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19
JUN

Debenhams - are things getting worse for the high st?

So its seems results from Debenhams are not getting better, as the high st. continues to crumble. This massive name looks to be one of the hardest hit as the share price is at practically to lowest point in its trading history. This morning the Co. reported group like-for-like sales over 15 weeks down 1.7% and group gross transaction value for 41 weeks down 1.6%. The only ray of sunshine is the online business which is 16% higher over the last 15 weeks. 


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18
JUN

Don't be fooled by the scammers.

It’s so annoying when good, hard working people get scammed out of their money. It’s even worse when those good, hard working people are vulnerable either because of their age, their health, their lack of experience or knowledge or maybe it’s just because they are less able to protect themselves. What I’m talking about of course are the boiler room scammers and con artists selling you the dream that doesn’t exist.


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18
JUN

OPEC and the oil markets

This week is a pivotal week for the energy markets as OPEC and Non OPEC officials meet in Vienna to discuss an end to the output cuts. It has been anticipated that now is the time OPEC may start to normalise production levels after emergency action took place following the glut seen in late 2015 to early 2016. Following the action oil prices have risen in line with OPEC expectations, spot WTI moved from a low $26.08/bbl to a high of $72.88/bbl in May 2018. 


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15
JUN

Reflect & Prepare

The burning question for USD based assets was whether the FOMC would firm up their dot plot for 2018, shifting the bias from a median 3 hikes to 4.  Hiking for the second time this year, the Fed raised the Fed funds target rate to 1.75-2.0% and projections duly shifted to hike a further 2 times later this year, confirming the Fed's acknowledgement of the strong US data which has been serially delivered in recent weeks and months.


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15
JUN

The Tesco turnaround continues

Tesco have performed very well since the start of the year and Ex Unilever maestro Dave Lewis has definitely delivered the goods. This morning the company reported that they delivered positive like-for-like sales growth for a tenth consecutive quarter and at actual exchange rates, sales grew by 2.3% including a 0.5% positive foreign exchange translation effect. Also on a quick note UK retail sales figures came in very strong yesterday which is a boost but some analysts are saying the royal wedding and the FA cup final had a big effect. 


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