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It beggars belief that such a fraudulent action could go unnoticed for how long? This is another instance of poor quality auditing and weak systems of internal controls, poor management? It is also a reflection on the banks and there so called due diligence. Be interesting to see if CAKE take action against them. Just glad I got out at the top. I don't subscribe…

When I first saw this stock (Burford) I realised it was something of a unique animal and have traded it all the way from 2009 making handsome gains along the way, Now that I am UK resident I have stuffed a holding into an ISA and like you managed to top up again this morning at around the 1200p level. I believe (if you understand…

Paul I cannot believe you recently purchased recently into Conviviality. As for the directors i would say that greed overcame common sense and have no sympathy for them. If one follows the chart the writing was on the wall in early January. I have been in and out with a very nice profit thank you very much. Now what about Burford???

IQE springs to mind which in my view is starting to fill its moat. I don't foresee any competitors on the horizon. Unfortunately I got out too soon at the 80p level, but can't complain as was in at 23p. What about CAP XX?

Having done DD and learnt more about coy's operations and price having pulled back after initial IPO excitement, decided to take small position. Only fly in the ointment is mention of potential claim of payments to previous employees. Until more known further investment on hold


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