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Real Name: Steve

Occupation: Other

Interests: Stocks

Location: London

Twitter: @sholdsworth1963

About Me:

I work full time as a fundraiser in the not-for-profit sector. I invest privately.

Investment Strategy
I trade... monthly
I tend to buy... after much research
I hold for... a year
I invest with... <£10k
Diversification is ... important, but not beyond 10 positions

Generally looking for growth rather than income at this stage in my investing career.

Gostevie's Latest Comments

Hello Graham,I have no personal knowledge of such things, but a friend of mine who is a recently retired Patent Attorney told me that Companies like RWS Holdings (LON:RWS) could face a threat from the new European Unitary Patent: stress again, no personal expertise in this subject.Steve

For anybody interested in finding out more about Plastics Capital (LON:PLA), they are presenting at the next ShareSoc company seminar in London: my opinion these events are well worth attending if you are in or around London.Steve

I pity anybody who took part in the Autins (LON:AUTG) IPO as recently as last August. Already we have a profit warning and the sudden departure of the Chief Executive just nine months later: price down over 30% at the time of writing.Interesting bit of commentary over at ShareProphets: No position

Hello Graham & Paul,I'd be interested in reading your views on the results of Watkin Jones (LON:WJG) which were released this morning: me they look good, with revenue, profit and EPS all up. That said, it only IPOed in March, with management doing very well out of it:Exceptional IPO costs of £26.6 million comprise £6.5 million costs associated with the Company's admission to AIM and…

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