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For investors who are happy to look at or invest in IPO s , today is the first dealing date for Eve Sleep (epic code EVE). The full admission document can be found      here      Briefly it offers mattresses and related bedroom products via the internet only. So it is a pure play internet retailer.Its main attraction is offering quality mattresses on a 100 day trial…

Story stocks are defined as companies whose products exploit new or breakthrough technologies or processes, which are incurring losses in most cases higher than their revenues (if any), and burning investors capital at an alarming rate. The promise of course is vast riches down the road with a share price that will multi-bag several times.This is not just confined to the Silicon Valley start-ups but…

Here is a comparison of all current major US and UK stock indices, tracked against the 50, 100 and 200 EMA s. The time period is the past two years.So as the headline says, are we living in dangerous times? 

On February 3rd, Johnston Press Johnston Press (LON:JPR) put out an RNS stating that following an independent review their pension deficit has been reduced from £90m on 3/1/15 to £53m on 3/1/16. Following the announcement, the share price jumped 12%.This is a massive deficit reduction of 41% at one stroke which is unusual but not entirely unheard of. The company also stated that full details…

Recent UK IPOs have proved to be a rich seam for canny investors. The following three tables analyse UK IPOs over the previous 12 months to 30/10/2015. The data excludes investment trusts and REITS.The first table shows performance from first dealing dates to 30/10/15, both for absolute gains/losses and relative to the FTSE All Shares Index.The second table measures performance 3 months following the first…

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aflash - Actually I love the Kindle version because I can simply highlight the important sentences or paragraphs as I read the book. Once I have finished reading it, all the highlighted bits are neatly stored together in the Kindle book. Simply click on "Notes/Marks/ Highlights" on your menu and it will take to all your highlights. If you need further details because you have…

Re. Spectra Systems (LON:SPSY) I took an initial position this morning. The numbers and general prospects are good. In particular the latest HY results show a significant uplift in operating margin from 10% to 34%. The narrative explains the reason. They put it down to changing to an in-house manufacturing facility and operational efficiencies. I reckon they will largely maintain this level of op margin…

Hi timarr - I think there is a distinction between understanding and accepting the inherent nature of the risks involved and the game being "bent". Let me explain by way of analogy. In a game of poker, the player who has a better understanding of the odds and can "read" the game in terms of actions and reactions of the other players, will in the…

Re. Proactis Holdings (LON:PHD) Having analysed this share and in particular having reviewed the finnCap report, I am not as cautious as Paul is about it. Yes, the negative NTAV is a red flag, but there is a lot to like about it. Based on the finnCap report and focusing on the projected FY2018 data, - sales are expected to grow by 142% to £61.5m…

Hi marben100 Firstly let me say that we the PIs should be very thankful and grateful for the efforts you are making to improve the workings of the AIM market. However despite your battling over the past years for improvement, I for one do not see any material change. The market is as rife as it has always been in terms of insider trading, rogue…

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