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Real Name: Stephen Iles

Occupation: Private Investor

Location: London

Twitter: @LovelyLovelyLLG

Fantasy Fund: LLG Small thing

About Me:

I am interested in all things financial and am a rabid money saving geek.


Investment Strategy
I trade... monthly
I tend to buy... after much research
I hold for... years
I invest with... <£500k
Diversification is ... essential to reduce risk
small cap - slowly does it


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1PM recently announced that it was extending its Fintech reach by obtaining alternative funding from the Latvian loan crowdfunding site Mintos https://www.mintos.com I thought site readers might be interested in my research findings.  Mintos explained - in very basic terms,  finance companies ( "Lenders") from around the world grant loans to individuals and companies ( "Borrowers") at an agreed rate of interest - say 20%.…



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Great comments - the "cult of personality" on here is horrendous. I once made a comment on what I perceived to be unacceptable / unprofessional behaviour and was roundly castigated. I really hope that there are some significant site improvements - they often seem to be due "next year "

Can I just mention that I am really cross about GAN (LON:GAN). We have had a regular flow of positive RNS news about contract wins and data to say what a wonderful opportunity there was with the US sports betting market opening up. Today's results give us a bigger loss than last year and the company puts itself up for sale. Clearly the directors have…

Not a number in sight though, so why the price jumped 11% is a mystery to me


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