24th May


Real Name: Mitesh Patel

Occupation: Private Investor, Other

Interests: Emerging Markets, International Stocks, Property, Stocks

Location: Yorkshire

Twitter: @Mitesh_Patel

About Me:

Pharmacist by day, investor by night.

Investment Strategy
I trade... extremely rarely
I tend to buy... after much research
I hold for... years
I invest with... <£50k
Diversification is ... important, but not beyond 10 positions
Key areas of interest entail Digital Disruption and Maritime Infrastructure. Tend to make contrarian investments in business's that are not cash flow positive (but with massive potential). These business's tend to be overlooked and oversold.

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Surely just means, they've reviewed it again and maintain their stance whatever is was buy, hold, sell?

Re: Tungsten (LON:TUNG) It's a sad day for UK Plc that shorters in the market would rather stifle a growing UK company's ambition of trying to improve the cash flows and therefore prospects of UK business's which would lead to economy growth, security and increased employment amongst spending efficiencies for both public and private sector organisations like the NHS. On the other side of the…

214p with over 9% short is a beautiful position!They can try but Edi has fired a warning shot buy to coincide with yesterday's RNS. Shorters will have to be prepared to go all the way but then again they have underestimated us PI's. If they think we will be selling so they can cover cheaply they can think again!

Thanks for the warnings Paul re: aim listed chinese stocks. Several months ago at the start of my investing I would have considered their low pe's quite attractive.

Thanks Jane, you too. I agree with you 100% that it would be smarter/safer to invest once there are signs of profit because even at that stage there'll be plenty of upside to have.

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