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Thanks for covering £UPGS Graham. I bought a starter position in them in the unconditional period last week for circa 147p after taking a look at the prospectus. My immediate observation / concern was the reason for listing being a selling party which is never the best scenario. I read several misrepresentations of this at the time saying that the company was listing to fund…

Hi Graham. If you get chance could you take a look and offer any opinion of new issue £UPGS Looks like a high growth small cap

"For instance, NEXT average share price in 2000 was £6.22/share, but when adjusted for the fewer shares in issue it is equivalent to £15.46/share. Below a table shows the change in NEXT’s share price adjusted and unadjusted"Worth noting however that if you held shares from 2000 and bought at around the average of £6.22  per share then you'd have been paid out £16.52 per share…

Thanks for the analysis. I bought into Next (LON:NXT) a few weeks ago for the first time. I had gone short on them when they were £80 a share but sadly closed the position far far too early. It's a curious investment case but the quality of the company isn't in doubt. You didn't mention business rates in your summary - I'm not sure how…

Morning Paul. How do you feel personally about Trakm8 Holdings (LON:TRAK), having interviewed the management a year ago for your website. They were certainly talking up the prospects of the company (as you'd expect) but it just leads me to feel suspicious of small caps reaching out to PI's as a way to ramp up the share price and dupe investors out of money. These…



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