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Re SAL; I think the issue of falling revenues is being dismissed too lightly. Here is a company that has increased revenues every year for 12 years until today. Even through 2007/8/9 they increased revenues. This loss of revenue is a red flag for me and suggests the possibility that its best period of growth is in years past.

Don't forget that the placing was to complete the purchase of Platino's assets so they are snapping up desirable assets while prices are cheap. I can't see anything dodgy about the purchase. They have swapped equity for additional NAV. The placing is not about propping up a rubbish balance sheet or paying for director bonus's. AMER seems to have a very experienced and competent management…

The current Beneish M score is -3 which is well below the -1.78 threshold, making AMER safe from manipulation on that score. The Altman Z score, Current Ratio and Quick Ratio also suggests its sound. AMER also has a current lower PSV and PBV than it did back in 2013 & 2014 when it was making profits, that suggests its currently oversold imo.

Murakami, the reason I haven't subscribed to Pro yet is that imo the stock screen has little validity if its results cannot be backtested. The alternative is to wait several years to see how things work out which is not a good option for the trader or for Stockopedia. I've been using screening for several years & have no doubt what so ever it has…

The current top ten stocks ranked by Mcap from the Smallcap index have also gone up over 70%(plus 3% divi) from 1st Jan 2012 to 1st Jan 2013. No rebalancing trade costs every quarter and a spread average of around just 1%. There are many ways to skin a cat. KLR, SPRT, TCG, 888, NTG, FSJ, STHR, GNC, CINE, BRAM.

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