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Stockopedia usually has an advert insert in the Investors Chronicle. It may at one time have mentioned the SCVR, I don't know. What I can say is that in the current insert it is not mentioned at all. In fact the emphasis is on making your own decisions. When I first subscribed I didn't know the SCVR even existed and I think you should regard…

I don't really do much for charities although my wife gives to a select few and in particular donkeys! Having said that I can't see why anyone should be bothered about Paul putting forward his ideas for something in which he passionately believes. If you don't like it just skip to the end. Perhaps his concern for others may make some (including me) feel a…

I agree with every word Tim Martin says. Hope it is legal for me to say so! Incidentally the RNS starts with the business information if you have read it.

Revolution Bars (LON:RBG) has often been discussed on here. A RNS has just been released to the effect that Adrian John Williams now holds 3.43% of the company (1.7M shares). I don't know if any significance should be placed on this but it is a sizeable investment worth over £1M at present.

Fantastic reports on Porvair (LON:PRV) and Cake Box Holdings (LON:CBOX) by Paul yesterday evening. The time this took him is the precise reason why even after a lifetime in accountancy and with substantial funds invested I have never been able to raise the enthusiasm to look at my own shareholdings in such detail relying instead on comments by people like Paul and then looking at…


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