30th Jan


Occupation: Private Investor

Interests: Emerging Markets, European Markets, International Stocks, Stocks, US Market

Location: United Kingdom

Twitter: tabhaircom

About Me:

Just another individual investor trying to get by.

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Great points. Initially, this one looked interesting to me, but from my reading of the cash flow statement, if you exclude the one-off gains, then this was actually burning through cash.

The decision by Record (LON:REC) to buy a block of Neil Record's share for 45p doesn't look like such a great decision. The move last year was described as following.The Tender Offer is intended to provide an efficient way for the Board to reduce the Group's retained capital and return excess capital to shareholders.Regarding the dividend being covered by earnings, I have my doubts. The…

I looked at Non-Standard Finance (LON:NSF) for the first time this morning, I was not at all impressed. First of all, I find these businesses morally repugnant. In the interim, they state that the average income of the borrowers that they lend to is just £15,000. Not only that, but the interest rates that they charge truly are usurious.The average EIR used during the period…

The same thing happened recently at Safestyle UK (LON:SFE). It went public a few years back, some of the management team then sold their shareholdings, went off and set up a new company doing the same thing, poaching staff from the old company to go into direct competition. An owner operator selling shares in their business, and then leaving the company (assuming they're not retiring)…

Slow news day, but Crimson Tide (LON:TIDE) is a very small technology company with high gross margins and decent growth. Quite speculative, but it is a real company with real customers. There is an Irish angle as well Graham, so maybe you are familiar with it?

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