Real Name: Graham Neary

Occupation: Fund Manager, Newsletter Writer, Private Investor

Interests: Stocks

Location: London, UK

Twitter: grahamneary

About Me:

Full-time investor and independent analyst. Prior to this, I spent seven years in the financial markets as an analyst and institutional fund manager. I'm CFA-qualified, also holding the Investment Management Certificate and the STA Diploma in Technical Analysis.

Away from finance, my main interests are recreational poker and everything to do with China, especially Mandarin Chinese.


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Good morning! Not much to report on from my hotel room this morning, which is just as well since I only have about an hour before I have to leave to speak to the crowd at Mello. There were excellent presentations yesterday from Impax Asset Management (LON:IPX), Scientific Digital Imaging (LON:SDI) and Judges Scientific (LON:JDG), and probably lots of other companies I missed. Today I'll…

Good morning!  Quite a few things to look at today. Distribution Finance Capital Holdings (LON:DFCH)Watches of Switzerland (ticker unknown)Argo Blockchain (LON:ARB)Watchstone (LON:WTG)Water Intelligence (LON:WATR)Character (LON:CCT)Superdry (LON:SDRY)Charles Stanley (LON:CAY)Versarien (LON:VRS) Financial Reporting Council The FRC has imposed sanctions against Laura Ashley Holdings (LON:ALY) 's accountant in relation to its work on that company's accounts for FY June 2016. Fines were reduced to reflect "an exceptional level…

Good morning!  The final list: Elegant Hotels (LON:EHG) - half year resultsVertu Motors (LON:VTU) - final resultsBigDish (LON:DISH) - operational updateArgo Blockchain (LON:ARB) - operational updateRecord (LON:REC) - business update Archaeology - a quick note regarding what I said yesterday about the "archaeologists" who inhabit financial regulatory bodies. The Financial Reporting Council has only today imposed sanctions on KPMG and one of its partners for…

Good morning!  Lots of announcements to look at today - since most of them are just trading updates, I will keep my comments briefer than usual. Purplebricks (LON:PURP)Kape Technologies (LON:KAPE)Begbies Traynor (LON:BEG)Treatt (LON:TET)Surface Transforms (LON:SCE)Distil (LON:DIS)Koovs (LON:KOOV) Financial Archaeology In among today's trading updates, I noticed that the Financial Reporting Council has delayed its complaint procedure in relation to a financial executive at Autonomy (AU),…

Good morning! I'm a bit tired this morning, after a hectic week. There have been plenty of RNS announcements here to keep me busy. Apart from that, monitoring the fast-moving events at Tesla over the past few days has been as wearing as a part-time job, given the pace of news flow at that stock. On Monday, the company released a nearly 4-hour video for…

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Hi John, CCT says in relation to Proxy that there is "an element of under-capitalisation of its business and, that this will be required to be addressed". I haven't looked into it in detail but I don't think Proxy is very big so it shouldn't be too expensive. G

Hi julian, I've covered Water Intelligence (LON:WATR) now. I've not spotted all the red flags mentioned by others, but I still have a few concerns which are holding me back from opening a position in it. Cheers Graham

Hi FREng, I believe the topic of patents at Strix (LON:KETL) is raised at some point in this 20-minute video: I haven't come to a view on it yet. Graham

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