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Versarien Versarien (LON:VRS) are down today on no bad news by about 14.9% As a former holder of this stock I still take an interest in it as it would be great if a British graphene company could finally get this substance commercialised successfully. Mike Brenner gave a very informative three part review of why there is so much excitement about the potential for Versarien…

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We seem to have a bit of a mud slinging bust up once in a while on here, but to me it feels like that’s only about once every six months or longer. So, it seems to me that the boards here work well at least 90% of the time, which is pretty good and suggests that no significant changes are needed. I recall that…

Trouble with comparing Cake to others is as ever are we comparing apples with apples. For example, they had some sales of cakes through Sainsbury. Were Sainsbury slow to pay? If so, could that have muddied the waters regarding changes in working capital. If I remember correctly they didn’t publish like for like analysis of the performance of their outlets. Was that a warning sign?…

David, I think you have the time period on All rather than 1yr. The selection for that is on the left just above the chart.

Paul. Can you comment please on the returns rate at Sosandar (LON:SOS) ? They are saying 49%. While it is well known that returns are high in online fashion does this not seem very high? If they are going to resell these items it suggests that many customers will be receiving a returned item rather than brand new and if they get a reputation for…

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