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Member Since: Fri, 6th Jan 2017

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,590
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 56

Last Posted: Fri 18:00


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14 Jan '19

Handy announcement by which a share buy back allows someone else to buy the product.
14 Jan '19

While I admire AZN and would re invest I am inclined to agree with driftking that the sp could as easily fall further, just maybe not as low as 3800p.

What price do board members think marks a re entry point or for holders where they would top up? £50 ish?
14 Jan '19

Pleased that I managed to hold on, while still in the red this news makes me more optimistic for the future.
11 Jan '19

if PMG drops much further would buy more shares at 53p ish as it seems an easy way to make money.
11 Jan '19

Do not put words into my mouth.

My complaint is with the Spanish Government. I lived and worked in Madrid for a couple of years not long ago. Spain is more a patronage than a democracy hence decision making is rarely open or honest.
11 Jan '19

I am willing to buy your shares for 0.9p just ring up the trading desk like a good chap and sell......
11 Jan '19

Look I want to buy at 1p this morning not 3p clearly thousands of small investors have not understood the message from Mr Brady at Stobart.....this is a legal hold up.....now hand over your shares for 1p and sod off and cry about it somewhere else....because I want to get rich, very rich, very quickly.
11 Jan '19

I have lost money having sold most (not all) of my shares some time ago but bought back in when they were near the bottom so now have 10,000 shares and am nursing a loss but not as bad as it was.

I am wary of all things Spanish the country is corrupt from top to bottom but that said this is the only Uranium mine in the EU capable of production within months. So I am holding and if the sp plummets to sub 20p would consider adding a few more as I am confident that in the long run Europe will need more Nuclear Power Plants and fuel.
11 Jan '19

He was a **** at easyJet, he has taken ownership of Stobart and he will become even richer off the backs of small investors in Flybe. Come the revolution.....
10 Jan '19

Did I miss the conclusion of this case? $ millions riding on the outcome but no news?
10 Jan '19

Apparently 160p a share was accepted by Faroe so PMG should see a good return on its stake.
9 Jan '19

Gold prices and Hecla have enjoyed a better run over the last month. 2019 might be a better year for HL.
9 Jan '19

Reluctantly agree with Noloplus, we need positive clinical news and fresh investors.

Holding and hoping.
9 Jan '19

This company is exasperating! Holds cash, has technology and sales yet sp so illiquid it bumps along at 50p!
9 Jan '19

Frankly, I do not know but might take profits on a couple of other shares I hold and buy few more OXB.
9 Jan '19

http://www.parkmeadgroup.com/about_us/our_investments/

DNO has upped its offer to 160p a share. PMG owns a few so this is a handy bounty but not specifically why I purchased and hold shares here. PMG has potential oil and gas reserves which make 60p look cheap, extracting them will take time.
7 Jan '19

Good news today but I want to see more sales, more profits and perhaps a partnership with a larger player.
7 Jan '19

Without news assume it is just volatility with some pumping and dumping at work.
6 Jan '19

Quote of the week.....from the FT energy blog

“Unfortunately, America is no longer the global leader on nuclear energy that it was 50 years ago. To regain this position, it will need to commit new funding, update regulations, and show investors that it’s serious.” — Bill Gates, in his blog post reviewing “what I learned at work this year”, said he planned to spend more time in 2019 making the case for the US to return to the forefront of research into nuclear power. TerraPower, a company he started 10 years ago, had hoped to build a pilot project in China, but “recent policy changes here in the US have made that unlikely”, Mr Gates wrote. He now hopes to build the pilot in the US, “if the funding and regulatory changes that I mentioned earlier happen”.
4 Jan '19

From the FT

If 2018 ended with a flurry of big pharma dealmaking, 2019 has already gone one better.

Bristol-Myers Squibb’s $90bn takeover of Celgene — which one architect of the deal boasted was such a good fit it was like two Lego bricks coming together — represents one of the biggest acquisitions in pharmaceutical industry history.

It sets the stage for another big year of dealmaking as the industry’s top names seek to cement an advantage in the race to find the next blockbuster cancer drug. This looks ever more likely to involve snapping up relatively under-priced biotechs in whose labs so much of the cutting edge work of R&D is now done.


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