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Really excellent read, Paul I also applaud your transparency about your own 2008 crisis, not a lot of people would come forward about their losses. Good work. Also these SCVR's really have become a very valuable source for those wanting to learn as much as they can about fundamental analysis, certainly helped me protect capital along the way. Thanks Sean

Without repeating to much what others have already contributed regarding Accrol Group (LON:ACRL). This for me was a little bit out of the blue. This was on my watch list for a while as expansion plans looked promising, however carrying out my due diligence reading Pauls reviews, the cards seemed stacked against me and I never took a position. So I would like to say…

Just watched a good documentary called 'banking on bitcoin'. Worth a watch, I believe the technology behind it will go further than the crypto currency itself. Its hard to get your head around the fact this 'currency' is so volatile yet you can hardly use it anywhere, I could see how this could disrupt economies though if it was wildly accepted, however there is no…

Hi Paul, A real quality report on Provident Financial (LON:PFG). Regarding their following statement... Collections performance and sales are both showing substantial underperformance against the comparable period in 2016.Is this just unique problem for them, or could there be an underlying issue within the sector which is just starting to show signs of cracking?Could others such as Non-Standard Finance (LON:NSF) and Morses Club (LON:MCL) be…

Interesting timing although it's Ford rather than gov.

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