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Hi Paul LOL, on that basis perhaps I should post a list of my holdings so you will know when I might be tempted to do a thumbs down vote :-) Cheers, Martin P.S. I do have shares in CRAW but thankfully was not caught out by any of the weakly trading and/or B/S disasters of recent days.

Hi Paul I'd just like to apologise for clicking on the Vote down button when I meant to click on the Vote up one. Its unfortunate there is no way to correct this, albeit I will be more careful in future. Best Regards, Martin

Hi Nick Thank you for the link. In terms of Stockopedia this all seems a little vague. In this context, I guess one could consider a stock to be a super stock if Q, V and M were all 90 or greater. However setting this up as a screen, only two companies, SPE and PEG, both with Market Caps less than £10m are identified. Reducing…

NickMy apologies if this is a particularly dumb question, but what is your definition of a super stock as per your statement in post 18 that..."You can see SPRP's momentum dropping, WIZZ and DTG are near to being super stocks, and PANR is moving from Glamour trap towards Sucker. FXPO was Contrarian and is climbing towards Super."Thank you, Martin

Hi Herbie I can well believe the sealed units were a function of legislation rather than the industry and its clearly not great for there to be smoke alarms not working for the reasons you describe. I had thought the trend (requirement?), at least in the UK, was for smoke alarms to be connected to the mains electricity with rechargeable batteries to provide back up…



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