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I am a recent subscriber to Stockopedia. I would like to be able to comment, ask questions but cant see how. Obviously others do. I am probably being thick but please tell me on the daily Paul page how to do it! Kind regards

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Re my Caretech Holdings (LON:CTH), please accept my apologies for the typos. Must do better!

Congratulations on covering so many companies. May I add one more for your expert considertaion. I must admit that Caretech Holdings (LON:CTH) is one of my favourites. It operates in a field - specialised care -which many of us would like to forget existed. It is highly professional with its own wing which covers training to nationally accepted standards which it can also offer to…

Just a further thought about Blancco Technology (LON:BLTG). They have a very heavy institutional ownership %, around 60%+. Would have thought that some of those would be supportive, if only out of self interest?

Re Blancco Technology (LON:BLTG), thanks again Paul for a very thorough review of the Balance Sheet in particular. You have improved my understanding of that most valuable of documents no end, though it hasnt always led me to better stock picking. Your point about the Stock Ramking is also well taken. I had a few thoughts this morning which I would like to share with…

Paul have you ever had a look at £SMS? Reported at the end of lats month and seem to have lots of potentila as well as good performance currently. Accept they are not highly rated on Stockopediaprinciples, especially on Value. Just a thought when things are relatively quiet. Would welcome your thoughts, or anyone else on here. Thanks

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