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Member Since: Wed, 4th Nov 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 2,988
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 117

Last Posted: Wed 17:50


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Wed 17:50

this was a good day trading .
Wed 09:28

very good trading today here.
Wed 08:17

nothing curious about the stock market, few more pennies for me this morning. keeping eye on CPI and MKS could be good trading opportunities there
Tue 12:01

Carpetright (LON:CPR)‘s stock had its “hold” rating restated by stock analysts at Shore Capital in a note issued to investors on Thursday, April 25th, ThisIsMoney.Co.Uk reports.

Separately, Peel Hunt restated a “buy” rating on shares of Carpetright in a report on Thursday, April 25th.
Tue 11:59

you could have traded it this morning boraki why wait till 48p
Mon 19:32

i have just checked Interactive Investor and cheapest deal you get with them is £17 a mount and i thought that was bit excessive
Mon 08:21

Cairn Energy PLC (CNE) Receives GBX 235.69 Average Price Target from Brokerages
Posted by Elija Maina on May 19th, 2019

Cairn Energy logoShares of Cairn Energy PLC (LON:CNE) have received an average rating of “Buy” from the thirteen brokerages that are covering the stock, MarketBeat.com reports. Six research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and seven have assigned a buy rating to the company. The average 1-year price objective among brokerages that have issued ratings on the stock in the last year is GBX 229.13 ($2.99
Fri 16:28

moniman I can look after my self mate i don't need advice from anyone , i am a day trader and i have been here for twenty years win o loose.
and very rarely i hold share overnight . and by the look of your posts i doubt you have ever invested in the stock market .
Fri 16:03

Thomas Cook’s shares collapsed for the second day running today after a broker downgraded the struggling company the day after it revealed a £1.45bn loss.
Fri 15:58

this is not just SAGA's problem look at the all travel companies .
Fri 15:52

they have only offloaded 1% is not the end of the world.
Fri 15:45

moniman keep eye on the companies you follow for rebound and respect everyone's opinion you like it or not. we all have made and lost money in the stock market , but that is not your fellow investors fault do you own research , you can not win every-time . that is life. move on.
for your info i follow eighty companies and it is not easy.
Fri 15:35

Stobart Former CEO Tinkler Ordered To Pay 55% Of Company's Costs
Fri, 17th May 2019 15:46

LONDON (Alliance News) - Stobart Group Ltd said Friday that former Chief Executive Andrew Tinkler was ordered to pay 55% of the company's legal costs after losing a court battle against the firm.

Back in February, the UK High Court ruled the company's removal of Tinkler in both June and July was lawful and valid.

The court found Tinkler acted in breach of his duties by criticising its management and seeking the removal of Chair Iain Ferguson, sharing confidential information with Edinburgh Woollen Mill owner Philip Day, and orchestrating a petition to remove Ferguson.

Also, Stobart's board decision to immediately remove Tinkler as a director the day after shareholders voted for him to be re-elected in July at the annual general meeting was judged as valid.

In May 2018, Tinkler, then executive director, said he would be voting against the re-election of Iain Ferguson as chair at Stobart's annual general meeting.

In response, Stobart in mid-June fired Tinkler and said it would issue legal proceedings against him.

Furthermore on Wednesday, the Court of Appeal handed down a judgement related to proceedings brought in June 2018 by Tinkler against certain Stobart directors alleging defamation and malicious falsehood.

The court unanimously found that the words complained of were not sufficiently defamatory to give rise to an inference of serious harm. The case continues.

Shares in the aviation, energy and civil engineering firm were up 1.5% at 122.20 pence on Friday.

By Elena Cherubini; elenacherubini@alliancenews.com

Copyright 2019 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved.
Fri 11:59

i do fallow HFD and traded it few times but i haven't see you there, the results are out next week let us see what happens ,however FY19 Q3 Trading Update in January was challenging .
Fri 10:22

Stobart said it is confident of delivering full-year revenue, underlying EBITDA and a final dividend in line with management expectations

we could see 10% rise up to the results . and there is no stamp duty when you buy STOB so every penny helps.
Fri 10:08

100p to 110p i will buy some CPI shares if i am lucky .
Fri 09:49

sorry i meant to say are you up for it , and another thing is what you say is you have seeing the problem in STOB and VOD ages ago.
if that is true you should have gone short and made a lot of money but then hindsight is a wonderful thing .
not many people can predict the market but we are all trying with the money we can afford to loose .
Fri 08:53

moniman would you give as the next company to invest and if we win we will call it even , are up for it?
Fri 08:37

someone said here TCG is heading for 12p it looks like is heading that way.
Fri 08:19

Yes you are right HeresHoping some of the companies i still fallow - AHT, LGEN, TW, LSE, SGE, ARM is sold, PSN
and many more and they all have very good dividend policy.


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