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Member Since: Sun, 20th Sep 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,170
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 17

Last Posted: Wed 13:05


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Wed 13:05

Sold 100k @ 4.83p ... Holding 300k
Tue 13:13

Bought 20k @ 18.4p ... Holding 80k
15 Jun '16

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/eu-referendum-betting-what-odds-8182872
Bookies offering odds in accordance with a 60% chance of Britain remaining in the EU
15 Jun '16

Where??
14 Jun '16

Bought 100k @ 4.155p ... Holding 400k
13 Jun '16

Many thanks ... Any thoughts on what to do now? ... I'm not paying over 52p ... might buy a little into a retrace
10 Jun '16

Sold 5k @ 49.something p each (by accident!) and bought 10k @ 51.something p each ... Holding 195k lol
8 Jun '16

I think the current situation with LMI is that it is stable and rationally priced, but its just a guess, I did make an effort a while ago to try to work out the fundamental value of lonmin shares, but the best I could come up with was "somewhere between £0 and £5 each", which I felt made paying sub £1 seem like not too bad an idea. I have a small amount (5k currently) which I fiddle about with for fun ... trying to do short term trading ... maybe it will leg up a bit in due course??

Northern Bear Group (NTBR) is my favourite share, I have about half my portfolio (by value) invested there and have been a share holder there for years (I did well out of it once). it is the easiest share to research that I have ever found, because the accounts and RNS's are easy to read I think it is fundamentally worth about £1 a share because its generating bottom line profits of about 8 - 10p which appear to be stable / maybe even growing.

It started paying dividends 2 years ago and they are being ramped up steadily towards an appropriate level; hopefully 2.5p this year? with 4p-5p a year or more in due course?

In truth though its a difficult share to seriously tip because it is a microcap and is very illiquid. if you were to buy some tomorrow you might be the only one! but you could have the satisfaction of maybe moving the price, until some one sells. Additionally large shareholders have in the past started selling when the price reaches 57 -60p so there is not much further to go before a serious resistance level gets tested.

The company is based in Newcastle and does stuff like roofing, building services, forklift truck selling and renting and asbestos removal or whatever. I think it employs about 300 people.
8 Jun '16

Hi, links are just a matter of copying and pasting the address from the box thingy while on the page like so ... http://www.lse.co.uk/ShareNews.asp?shareprice=LMI&code=4ivz99lv&headline=UPDATE_3Northam_Platinum_workers_say_will_not_return_to_work_due_to_safety_concerns
which hopefully will work!
8 Jun '16

to Sell 10k= 49.375p (25k= no offer) ... to Buy 50k = 52p (75k= no offer) .... fragile...


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