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A bit of a screw up by Stonegate in my view with their RNS of 13/10/17: Stonegate has built its business by being a disciplined buyer of pubs and pub estates. Since creation, Stonegate has grown to over 700 sites and is the UK's leading drinks led licensed retailer. Stonegate is not willing to depart from the acquisition discipline that has made it successful. As…

I will be including the following note on RBG in my blog on Friday morning. Note: I have been wrong before as we all have on take overs; I only too well remember Apax walking away from their potential bid for Woolies back in 2005. "Sell or hold at the moment on a potential offer; always a bit of a quandary for an investor that…

Paul, Thank you greatly for excellent write ups on Stockopedia, they always make very good reading. I am sure that you put considerable time and effort in bringing then together and sharing you insight into company reports and accounts. I would advise any fairly new investor to read and learn from your writings/analysis and strive to graft some of that wisdom & knowledge into their…

Totally right Herbie; the Piotroski score can only in my mind be viewed as one of a number of tools to try and sieve your way to stocks that both reduce or manage risk and offer some upside. I doubt any tool or ratio can be used on its own.

Ian, Totally sensible advice and an article that marries in with my own feelings both in terms of sorting the rubbish from AIM and for newbie investors to really leave the bulletin boards alone. If you see stacks and I means 1,000’s of posts on a BB for a particular share then reach for the bargepole as you do you checking or better still leave…

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