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Like Douglas, I realised some time ago that I needed to understand balance sheets if I was to survive in the world of company investment. The game gets more interesting but deadly, in the Aim market where the likes of Quindell and Globo were allowed to roam, and fleece investors. Paul Scotts 'barge list' was brilliant at Red flagging. This was how I stumbled into…

Re Motley fool, I find the daily investing articles commentary very useful, particularly on company news that has shocked the market. Today Saga has crashed, last week Superdry, where else can you get an overview as to what is going on, and whether these companies are still investable.

I am left wondering whether the Intercede solution for ID identity, is more universal and less restrictive. If as you say you sign in on an unknown computer, your access is greatly restricted. Perhaps IGP have a solution which solves the problem for staff on the move, that need high level access to data. A much more difficult security problem to solve, then one for…

Re Intercede, If there are better solutions out there for ID security, can you name one. I am sure the US government has done their homework and chosen what they consider best in the field, for the budget available!

I agree with David Bagley and his concern with Intercede booking profits up front. The order was only won on the 29th March, and it concerns me that if this is their norm, what confidence can one have in their accounts. Quindell got away with this for years, and look what happened there. Surely a profit is only a profit when the services have been…


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