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I use a mixture of dart throwing and technical analysis to identify undervalued stocks, and mesmerism to increase their prices. I had unmatched success with this combination, from march to september 2009.

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There's much disappointment about the lack of an article on BooHoo today, so I'm going to step in. Prepare to be further underwhelmed. I'm wanted to see how BOO compared to Asos subsequent to the launch of Boo's app, and you can get the data to do this: a moving average of web traffic from and app downloads from I only have the…

Here are some graphs: they show a bunch of companies placed according to the automatically generated Earnings-Power (vertical-axis) and Graham valuations (horizontal) from this site. EPV is supposed to consider the firm as it stands today, Graham as the firm it will grow into. AIUI. Overvalued is top left, Undervalued bottom right. No particular rationale for the choices of firms: some are people's picks for…

Volex (LON:VLX) are an electrical cables manufacturer. At the start of the year they were pleased to be a supplier to Apple: '..Significant progress in developing our relationship with our biggest customer, resulting in increased allocations. ..we have made further substantial and largely unbudgeted investments in both capital and operating expenditure in Q1 FY2013. ..1,000 net new production staff during the quarter, more than a…

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The important thing is to leverage the amount of entertainment you get from a gamble. As with shopping it's more about the desire than the ownership, so a punt on, say, an election outcome made 3 months out, even on the outsider, is going to provide a lot of interest. (I have £5 on Evan McMullin. 2000:1!) A punt on a story stock which gives…

I heard Christopher Mills talk at the UKIP conference - some kind of economic spokesman. Spoke really interestingly about housing (hes on the board at Gleeson) amongst other things. The other firms at which he sits looked speculative, on stockopedia's pages at least, but that's interesting to hear that he has a reputatoin for astuteness.

A lot of people feel, at least a friend of mine said, or at least I read in a book somewhere, that losing is a bit more real than winning. Taking some action is definitely real, but..If you can meet with Triumph and DisasterAnd treat those two impostors just the same;..Winning is more of an imposter than Losing. Hence it's a manly thing to.. ..make…

"Perhaps the firm has become frustrated at low quality candidates, and is sending a message.."Matchtech's Twitter is usually pushing messages towards female candidates - don't know whether they're easier to place or not, possibly they are as companies do a bit of virtue signalling with their hiring policies. It's certainly true in academic science hiring. However Gattaca is not, if I remember, a women's picture,…

Tim, I understood that a main reason for London's success is that it's a common law jurisdiction - all is permitted unless explicitly prohibited. The legal hub makes a very solid base for a financial hub??from here:"English law allows the parties to agree the proportion of benefits which may accrue to either party, allowing the parties much greater flexibility of arrangements than under many civil…

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