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ASCENT RESOURCES: Gas flows mean cash flows to develop up to 15 wells




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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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17
NOV

Reflect & Prepare

Brexit talks have dominated this week, UK PM May has been in the press with some strong suggestions that the UK are willing to move on the divorce bill (reports of £20bln). Interesting, as the previous rhetoric has been stern, today the Brexit minister Davis signaled that the Govt. may well budge on date amendment. There are clear signs that the UK are struggling with the whole process.


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17
NOV

Morning Shot

Markets in the US have resumed normal service is all 3 of the major bourses up an average of 1%. Asian indices followed suit as the Nikkei rose 0.23% despite Yen strength and the ASX is up 0.23%, the Shanghai Comp. was the only index to buck the trend trading lower by half a percent despite reports of large liquidity injections from the PBoC. The news late yesterday that US Special Counsel Mueller has issued a Subpoena for Russia-related documents did dampen the mood somewhat but the markets managed to recover.


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16
NOV

Morning Shot

US indices once again traded in the red down an average of 0.50%, while the ASX (0.16%) and Nikkei (1.46%) moved higher. One of the main stories from overnight was unconfirmed reports that the GOP have the votes for a tax reform bill win. 


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15
NOV

Morning Shot

All of the US indices closed lower yesterday and Asia followed suit with the Nikkei (1.50%) and ASX (0.58%) both trading lower. Markets where dampened by lower commodities prices and less than impressive data from Japan. 


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14
NOV

Morning Shot

In a slow session yesterday the US bourses closed marginally higher, this morning, all of the Asian indices are doing the opposite with the ASX down 0.88%, Shanghai Comp lower 0.52% and the Nikkei only down 0.08%. 


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13
NOV

Morning Shot

The Nikkei and ASX have opened up the in subdued fashion, while the Shanghai Comp. trades higher by 0.47%. In Europe this morning watch out for political news as GBP fell after reports of a letter of no confidence on UK’s PM May. 


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10
NOV

More about VCTs

Four weeks ago, on 13th October, I asked “Who benefits from Venture Capital Trusts?”  These have been heavily promoted recently, supposedly in anticipation of a more restrictive regime being introduced in the Budget in just under a fortnight’s time.  Examining my own experience, I concluded that, generally speaking, these are not a good investment.  Ironically, this has since been confirmed – and by my own VCT provider, no less!


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