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Recent UK IPOs have proved to be a rich seam for canny investors. The following three tables analyse UK IPOs over the previous 12 months to 30/10/2015. The data excludes investment trusts and REITS.The first table shows performance from first dealing dates to 30/10/15, both for absolute gains/losses and relative to the FTSE All Shares Index.The second table measures performance 3 months following the first…

Below is the text of an email I sent earlier today to Dmitrios Gryparis, Globo's Finance Director. The main issues have been unashamedly drawn from Paul Scott's blog of today (all E&OE are of course mine).  Any replies I receive will be published here."Dear Mr GryparisI am a Globo Plc investor who has been following your company’s fortunes fairly closely over the last 18 months.…

Today's Sunday Times carries an interesting article on the extent of pension fund liabilities in listed companies balance sheets and impact on prices. Nothing new in this for those who study financial results. What struck me as interesting is that the report saw a ratio of pension liabilities to net assets of 50% as a marker. Anything above 50% is a amber to red flag.…

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Hi Paul - The following comments are not a put-down on Boohoo.Com (LON:BOO) but purely observations: - "never fall in love with a share" is something often quoted by the investment gurus. It affects your judgement. - As a general rule a strong charismatic leader in charge of a plc is to me a red flag. I used to think otherwise but recent AIM fiascos…

Hi herbie - I have re-checked my data. Entu's and Epwin's first dealing dates were 30/10/14 and 24/7/14 respectively. I checked this again at Investegate. But you are right I seemed to have missed out the month of Nov 2014: NKTN, FEVR, MAB1 and AERO. If the revised analysis & charts make a major difference to the general conclusions, I will issue an update.

Re. DX (Group) (LON:DX.) catching a falling knife for any stock is risky enough, but when it is also an AIM stock it borders on lunacy.

Also interesting that Tempus ( Martin Waller ) in today's Times says that Premier Oil (LON:PMO) is " ... one of the best positioned of all oil producers to benefit from any rise in the price.". Recommends long term buy. Personally I am avoiding the oil sector for now as nobody really knows when and at level stability will return.

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