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I think I will have to switch back and forth for a while. I am not an avid mobile user, so I found the new desktop version rather disorientating, and cluttered, a bit like someone had gone into your office and re-arranged everything, and you begrudge the extra effort to find out where the old things are, when the bonus of that re-arrangement isn't that…

Sometimes when your stocks are down. so is your spirits with them. When they are performing well, you buzz with anticipation. Paul seems to have quite a lot of growth stocks in his portfolio from my understanding. In these markets that's pretty demoralising, and maybe saps enthusiasm. Paul strikes me as someone who needs this buzz of excitement, and when that goes, the world feels…

Some old style entertaining tantrums whilst we wait: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xea1KKEgOco

Both Paul and Graham add something special to the commentary for Stockopedia. I have no problem with Paul's personal enthusiasm for Zane or drawing our attention to it in this forum. I even made a modest contribution. But it is little rude not to tell your readers why you haven't bothered to file on the matter in hand. I am sure Paul in other circumstances…

I always been a bit nervous of the CEO of the Victoria (LON:VCP) Hats off to an investment banker who is actually getting in involved in a business. It usually a bit dirtier and harder to manage that just looking at ratios, and checking the balance sheet and free cash flow. Unfortunately, that's the bit that seems to have gone slightly wrong. But it has…


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