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I bought a few hundred DDD shares a couple of years ago and held on to them when they were taken off the AIM. I now hold them in a Fund & Share Account at Hargreaves Lansdown. The discussion at http://www.lse.co.uk/ShareChat.asp?ShareTicker=DDD&type=regular shows a current share price of around £0.02 while the share price here http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/ddd is over $20 Why difference in pricing? How does this…

As a new investor, and ex electronics engineer, I was interested in Paul Scott's comments on XP Power (http://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-tue-11-apr-2017-nxt-vcp-rfx-sepu-pam-tst-xpp-call-179526/) so checked them on Glassdoor (https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/XP-Power-Reviews-E24805.htm). The employee comments suggest that it is not a well run company and could lose some of it's key workers and potentially intellectual capital. How much weight should I give to anecdotal content like that when evaluating a company as…



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Having worked for Inmarsat as a contractor, and seen the incompetent way the company is managed (public comments on Glassdoor.co.uk), breaking the monopoly position that they held up until to todays announcement on Iridium explains (http://spacenews.com/iridium-breaks-inmarsat-monopoly-on-maritime-safety-communications/) will leave them with little of value IMHO. Their business processes are tangled and ineffective and with holes and duplication. They have a complacent, public sector mindset and I'm…

Thanks for the comments gents, I'm here to learn. And Portmerion have been around for a long time with a strong brand (got some of their stuff in the cupboard).  Just looking at their share price now and I see it's spiked up!

I'm new to this and still finding my way around Stockopedia. Re Portmerion, it's overvalued against the valuation methods i.e. Discounted CashflowBen Graham Rule of ThumbRelative to SectorEarnings Power ValueNet Current Asset ValueNet Net Working CapitalTangible Book ValueIt also has a low margin of safety.  So as a value investor I'd avoid based on that data.

Hi Tristan_Treacy I've just bought some more shares. The value investing signs point to it being a reasonable bet as far as I can understand. Bonmarche have good reviews on trustpilot and seem very responsive to complaints. My wife doesn't like their stuff though!

I'm just starting out but have some shares in Bon Marche and am considering buying some more. The Ben Graham Rule of Thumb shows them as 215.2% undervalued. My shares are down 65% since buying them a couple of years ago but I'm holding on to them just for gut feel that they will improve.

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