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Occupation: Private Investor

Interests: Emerging Markets, European Markets, International Stocks, Stocks, US Market

Location: United Kingdom

Twitter: tabhaircom

About Me:

Just another individual investor trying to get by.

Tabhair's Latest Comments

It's worth taking a look at this AIM spreadsheet of all companies in the index. In particular, I would draw your attention to the sheet where companies in the index are weighted by market cap. Interesting to note that a small number of companies with sky high multiples now dominate the top weightings in the overall index.

News just in, Amazon acquiring Whole Foods Market. WFM already has a small presence in the UK, so unsurprisingly Tesco, Sainsbury, and Ocado are all plunging now. Market is terrified of competing with Amazon.

Notwithstanding the Purplebricks (LON:PURP) questionable business model which generates no cash, has seen a recent CFO resignation, and insider selling; I am troubled by their measure of customer satisfaction (which they use this in their adverts and investor communications). In my investigations, it looks like their favoured review site Trustpilot is being stuffed with what look like fake reviews, while negative reviews are being deleted.…

I found Northern Bear (LON:NTBR) last year when looking at Lakehouse (LON:LAKE) and thought that it looked like a little gem. Quite foolishly, I didn't buy. Free cash flow generation in the last few years has been excellent, and according to these figures the business is now in a net cash position, so we are looking at free cash flow of about £2.5m for the…

Any thoughts of £DX obviously a total car crash, but it was covered by Paul here frequently enough and is interesting at very least..

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