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Member Since: Tue, 5th Nov 2013

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,594
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 11

Last Posted: Tue 16:51

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Tue 16:51

Strong finish to the day. Confirms the bullish uptrend.
Mon 21:18

If ANIC makes a quick purchase for 2-5m, and holds the Bluenalu stake, based on the BYND valuation, ANIC can quickly be valued at 1-3 a share. The meat-substitute market is white-hot.
Mon 13:39

Ticking up nicely. So few shares in issue here, this one could easily do +1000% on good news.
10 Jun '19

Feels like a deal is getting closer here.
6 Jun '19

Speculation that VW or Toyota could buy RBW, to secure supply of rare earths for their electric vehicles.

29 May '19

Sounds a bit naive...

There is no gold. There is no gold strategy. There is no intention of digging up gold.

The prof is nearly 100-years-old and this is his pension.

Sitting around in the peaceful Irish and Finnish countryside, while drawing 100-200k a year.

He has no need (or desire) for the hassle of building a mine. Especially when you can repeat the exact same trick of the past 10-20 years... Make a pump about "gold on the horizon", and then dump a load of shares on a continuous cycle of new investors who get bamboozled by broker-pumping and eye-opening buzzwords like "gold" or "discovery".
29 May '19

Doubt the rise here will be sustained. Making heavy losses, more funding required soon, death-spiral finance previously, pumped by the notorious Align, and some of its rare-earths have been falling or barely rising by spot prices, such as praseodymium.
29 May '19

Shame they are going to expand Southend Airport. It is the best airport in Britain -- you can train or drive right up to the front door, checkin is fast, and there is no high-pressure retailing to waste your life away. Sounds like Stobart is now going to turn it into a soulless shopping mall, like Luton or Stansted. Real shame.
29 May '19

Hard to see a future for Sainsbury's. They offer neither the choice of Tesco, nor the quality of Ocado-Waitrose, nor the low prices of Aldi-Lidl. And when Amazon gets serious about online grocery, it will get even worse.
29 May '19

As posted before, the UK is now going post-retail.

The Germans continue to beat the Brits. New Kantar figures today show Aldi and Lidl surging at 9-11%, with Tesco losing more marketshare and barely growing till roll at 0%.

Think of Tesco and Sainsbury's as British Leyland -- lumbering giants stumbling toward extinction, due to snail management, overpricing, and low productivity. Death by a thousand Aldi and Lidl cuts.
29 May '19


This "company" did the same thing last year in 2018... A "drill" in Q2, some "results" in Q3, a "broker research note" in Q3, followed by a raise a few weeks later...

Pump, then dump...

Same old s*** now, for 2 decades.

Has the SFO taken a look at CGNR?
19 May '19

So many companies from the British provinces going to the wall, these days!

Almost all the major Scottish and northern English banks, like BoS, NR, etc. British Steel in Wales. FlyBe in Exeter. Jaguar on the brink in the Midlands. And now Thomas Cook in Manchester.

Britain just doesn't have the skills or money to run "big" firms anymore.
18 May '19

Looks like Thomas Cooked...

Swamped by reckless debt, slow to target high-growth Asia, and completely inept planning for Brexit over >3 years.

A nearly 200yo firm, wrecked by good ol' British management.
17 May '19

Looks like BT is getting tidied up for a sell-off to a foreign rival. Doubt this will be British for much longer.

The shiny new logo, free employee shares (sweeteners), and "fixing the core business" for growth, they all come from the Worldpay CEO playbook. Shiny it up, and then flip it to the Yanks or Germans.
13 May '19

Conman Gold Not Real.
13 May '19

Surely, it must be time to wind up this company and shut it down. Get the prof in front of the SFO and a judge.
25 Apr '19

Tesco is not "wiping the floor" with anyone. It continued to lose UK and global marketshare in Q1 2019 and is facing death by a thousand cuts from the (cheaper and faster) Germans and Americans.
25 Apr '19

The UK industry is going post-retail and it is hard to see Sainsbury's growing from here.

Aldi-Lidl are much cheaper and better managed, Morrisons has much better store design, Waitrose has better quality, and Tesco has much better choice. All the British supermarkets are fading and their best days are gone, losing to the Germans offline and the Americans online.

Sainsbury's will probably end up being sold off abroad on the cheap, possibly to a US or Middle Eastern private equity fund, and then they will break it up and sell it off in bits to the highest bidder.

The CMA body is bizarrely anti-Britain. Today's decision was / is a disaster for Sainsbury's and Asda. They are now both facing big decline and will likely be gone from British highstreets within a decade or two.
25 Apr '19

Looks like the spike today may have been driven by short-sellers getting squeezed. Looks fully valued at 30p, especially with Brexit chaos ongoing and a US recession in the offing next year.
23 Apr '19

Thomas Cook is operating in a slightly growing UK holiday market.

But industry growth is nowhere near fast enough to offset TC's catastrophic management team, who have imploded the firm with giant debt, own a failing airline, and completely missed the online boom for a decade or more. British management at its finest.

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