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Ranjeet Singh's Blog

Ranjeet Singh, the CEO of FCA regulated stock broking firm, London Stone Securit... More


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4
APR

Time to Sharpen your hunting skills - Part 2

Hello to all…and welcome back to the 2nd part of my “Time to sharpen your hunting skills” report.


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20
MAR

It's time to sharpen your hunting skills

After having spent over 20 years scouring the markets for good buying opportunities, I have come to the conclusion that it’s not just ‘what you know’ that’s important but also ‘what others don’t know’. 


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13
MAR

Why it's good to have a hedge even if you don't have a garden PART 4 of 4

Preparing for the next market crash is important because we all know that the stock market works in cycles and therefore we understand that the market at some point has to fall. That’s a fact. We also know that along the way the market will experience ‘market corrections’ which you could call mini-crashes.


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27
FEB

Why it's good to have a hedge even if you don't have a garden PART 3 OF 4

It’s more far more important not to lose money than to make money and that is a lesson which is unfortunately either not fully understood or just ignored by most. Portfolio preservation (sometimes known as ‘capital preservation’) is where 95% of the investing public unfortunately fall down.


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Rajan Dhall's Blog

Rajan currently serves as a Technical Analyst & Expansion Manager for Share View... More


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25
MAY

Restaurant Group earnings preview

This company owns all the nice restaurants at your local complex, Chiquito's, Garfunkle's and Frankie and Benny's to name a few but have they being doing enough to warrant some tasty returns! (sorry). 


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24
MAY

Tate & Lyle Earnings Preview

Tate & Lyle have had a great 2017 so far, the share price has risen 11.4% since the start of the year and 20% from the lows this year seen in late January. The British ingredients maker has recently said the NAFTA changes would impact company profit but it sees the disruptions as manageable, Mexico accounts for 10% of Co.'s earnings.


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23
MAY

Babcock earnings preview

Babcock report tomorrow and have a great run this year, since mid April we have seen a move of 12.6%. 


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16
MAY

SSE earnings preview

Oh dear rising energy prices! HSBC recently downgraded the company due to the Co. rising prices for domestic customers from 1 April 2017 by 6.9%, or £73 per year. In a note to clients, SSE stated that: “According to a statement published by the Telegraph on 17 March, Prime Minister Theresa May stated that the government is considering how to ‘step in’ to control energy prices because the market is 'manifestly not working” for consumers'”.


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Tom Britton's Blog

Born in Los Angeles, Tom moved to the UK to play football and after three fairly... More


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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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8
NOV

The Main Players in Secondary Share Placements

Beyond the company, who is, of course, the star of the show, there are a number of key players working behind the scenes to ensure a placement comes off smoothly. Given you might not be aware of just how many are involved in the process I thought I’d give you a look at who else is involved in the process.


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26
OCT

The lowdown on Private Placements

Secondary offerings -  What you need to know: A secondary offering occurs with the issuing of new equity for a company that is already publicly traded on a market. Secondary offerings are often referred to as share placings, placements or ‘seasoned offerings’ and are typically used to attract new investors into a company.


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27
SEP

The public is missing from IPOs, It's time that changed.

Hotel Chocolat, the innovator of the chocolate bond, which allowed customers to invest in the business in return for repayment in chocolate, recently IPO’d and all the institutions involved in the float have since seen their investment increase by more than 30% – and the stock price is still rising.


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David Harbage Blog

David recently retired, after more than 37 years working in the asset management... More


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16
MAY

Recent excitement in the market.

Following on from the last script, which sought to put numbers on a number of company stocks on the writer’s Watch list, this week’s blog provides brief commentary on a few developments in the UK equity market in the month of May to date, which may or may not capture your attention too:
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11
MAY

Reviewing the Universe and the Watch List

One of the questions most frequently asked by readers of this blog surrounds how to go about company share selection. With over 600 businesses listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (positioned within either the FTSE100 index, the FTSE250 index or the FTSE Small Cap index) and another 800 plus companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market (known as AIM), the universe is large.


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20
APR

Another surprise for markets as May opts for June

The surprises continue: an escalation in global tensions (Syria, North Korea) prompted our last blog - writing about alternative investments (gold, commodities, private equity) – and the domestic financial markets, at least, now have a UK General Election on June 8th to contend with.


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11
APR

Diversification and the early bird that catches the worm

The apparent escalation of geo-political hostility in the Middle East, and in Syria, Iraq and Egypt in particular, over the past few days has inevitably dominated the media headlines. Leaving aside the shocking images of the human suffering, prospective investors in real and risk assets will be wondering how the increase in US-Russian tensions – post the Americans’ air strike on a Syrian air base – will impact sentiment and valuations.


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Eric Chalker's Blog

Eric retired from running his business in 2001 and that’s when he became an inve... More


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27
OCT

A Private Equity Investor Manifesto

Before the 2015 general election, the department for Business, Innovation & Skills, then presided over by the Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, had a section devoted to improving private investor rights and preparing for the end of paper share certificates as required by the EU. 


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10
OCT

Disposing of Government-owned shares

Some private investors may regret the recently announced Treasury decision not to sell any of its remaining Lloyds Banking Group shares to ‘retail’ investors (ie to ordinary individuals). 


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13
SEP

Carillion rings an uncertain tune

As I write, this company in the support services sector is showing a dividend yield of 6.9%.  At its 52 week high, it was 5.4%.  So you might think it was in the 25 stocks I mentioned in my ‘rewarding strategy’ article, but it wasn’t.  This was because, even though it is in the particular portfolio I mentioned in that article, I cannot be wholly confident of the dividend’s sustainability.


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5
SEP

Takeover of ARM Holdings

ARM Holdings has been acquired by Japan’s Softbank Group.  Do you mind?  Some people do, either because they think ARM was sold cheaply, or because it’s yet another British champion sold overseas.  Alex Brummer, City Editor of the Daily Mail, calls it “an ill-conceived deal conducted with undue haste” and “an economic error”.


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James Sullivan

James has worked in financial services since 1999, initially as part of the inve... More


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Coinsilium

A blockchain technology investment and development company, harnessing growth th... More


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18
FEB

The Blockchain Technology Revolution

At the beginning of the year, the UK Government’s Office for Science released a paper entitled ‘Distributed Ledger Technology: beyond blockchain.’  


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Lumin Wealth Management

Lumin Wealth Management provides financial planning and investment management fo... More


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4
JUL

Lost track of your Pensions?

Have you heard of the pension tracing service? A surprising number of people haven’t. Yet it is a useful resource to cope with one common problem created by changing jobs.


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9
FEB

Three alternative sources of income

If you're looking to add some diversification to your portfolio but still generate an income, here are three funds that we hold within our portfolios. 


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14
DEC

5 Simple Steps for Investing

Financial planners and investment managers, Lumin Weath Management, guide you through 5 simple steps for investing:


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11
NOV




Resident IFA Blog

lse.co.uk's resident Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) has 13 years experience... More


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24
JUN

Referendum Reaction

It happened.  It really happened.


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31
MAR

Budget 2014

Our latest 'Quick Poll' posed the question "How do you feel about the Budget?"


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11
OCT

Risk & Reward: Shares

Most of us have come across Shares at one time or another.


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17
NOV

Disclosure (Cheap as chips Pt.2)

The case I mentioned in 'Cheap as chips!' two days ago has already been accepted.
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Naked Trader Blog

Robbie Burns - aka The Naked Trader - has become a cult figure in the wor... More


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15
NOV

The demise of MF Global

The collapse of MF Global raises one or two interesting issues.
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13
OCT

Lessons learned over 4 years

First, apologies for being so lazy and not updating this column enough. I could blame a dodgy knee, but that's probably not enough is it?!
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11
FEB

A (very) cautionary tale

When I hold seminars, I often hear some terrible stories about trades gone wrong.
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26
JAN

Spread Betting ‘Stop-Losses’

First of all, thanks a lot for the feedback on my new Spread Betting book. It seems to have helped a lot of you and I’m glad about that.
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