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|Spare cash to diversify?
Broker forecast is to £1.37
SP today is 20p
Thats a hell of a lot of upside.
If you have 5 minutes to spare, it could prove beneficial to research a little on SNG.
Synairgen had its “CorporateR21; rating reiterated by analysts at FinnCap. They now have a GBP 137.00p price target on the stock.
The share price of Synairgen (LON:SNG) was down -3.03% during the last session with a day high of 17.00. 382457 shares were traded during the last trading session.
The stock’s 50 day moving average is 14.42 and its 200 day moving average is 24.92. The stock’s market capitalization is 15.30M. Synairgen|
|DIS impressive rns in a competitive market, Pete. Well done.
Looked at SUN before current problems (Leeds Uni spin-off, I believe). Fell about laughing. Have no desire to look again.
Surgical Innovations Group Plc SUN
TU was 9jan2017
niche business - possible drawbridge company
Recent new management shake-up
trading slightly ahead
Excellent gross margin
SP falling back a little but still within the rising trend
possible good buy point
Anyone else following?
|Watkin Jones Plc WJG
Purpose built student accommodation.
Finals tomorrow 18jan2017
|For Tiddler Watchers
Distil DIS TU this morning causing a bit of excitement.
''ahead of current market expectations''
Good, organic growth, update from dotd.
Split GDWN proceeds.
20% each into QTX (rns this week) & FARN (roulette wheel icelandic stock)
60% into IGG (interim next week).
|NewRiver REIT plc
Grant of Award
The Company announces that on 16 January 2017, it granted a retention award under the NewRiver REIT plc Performance Share Plan 2016, giving rights to acquire shares for nil consideration over a total of 119,850 ordinary shares of one pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") to Mark Davies, Chief Financial Officer.
The award has been made over Ordinary Shares representing 100% of base salary at full vesting, based on the NewRiver share price of £3.3375 using the closing price from the previous dealing day. The award is subject to two performance conditions which will be tested over a three year period. The performance conditions are outlined in further detail below.
His snout in my trough - 100% of salary free in shares.
I might just dump the.
Disgusted from Dudley.
|When they pop:
Bought some LTG @ 35.48p.
Up 14.67% today on the pre Close Announcement.
The joys, and perils, of tiddling cap shares.
|Bet that feels good.
|Dumped the rest of GDWN. Spreadsheet is now free of red numbers.
|Paul Scott is good on TAX.
|Because the world is full of banks, it doesn't mean that they are either good or efficient at what they do. A specialist can be lean and mean.
A generalization but there you go.
|FairFx FFX trading statement is very good.
I use it for foreign currency and the product/service is excellent.
What I don't understand is that the world is full of banks and this company can thrive.
Defence - agreed. Not sure when it will turn. The companies need big investment on product development, with no guarantee on sales.
Always a long term play. and the term appears to be getting longer. Because it is family controlled, they can do things in their own way, in their own time. I am sure that the products that they are now developing will be successful but who can say when that may be.
Perhaps better out than in, for now.
Don't beat yourself up we all make the same mistake, over nd over and over again.
|Why am I watching bloody GDWN stew in it's own juice?
It's the only red cell in my spreadsheet.
Every time I see it, it reminds me of how someone with my experience, beauty and intellectual rigour can be a right pillock.
|IGG, +14% on my buy price, looks to be moving upwards slowly but solidly.
Thanks, I looked at them some time ago. Sadly, I am not feeling the love. I am not sure about growth.
|Brought MBH Michelmersh , today on a decent trading update, reckon they have bottomed now and with all the house building the government is talking about should rise nicely from here|
|I rarely use Barclays, but today I nipped in to check if a transaction had been completed.
There was a flash machine that lit up and grunted, but failed to produce a result for my request, despite dispensing 4 sheets of useless paper.
I moved on to an even flashier job that looked the business, but which I could not access to resolve my query. Having mastered HMRC systems I was deflated so, I summoned a lad, who looked like he should still be wearing short trousers and probably didn't shave.
Despite his rigorous training, probably at enormous expense, he did produce the said item on the enormous screen that displayed the size of my worldly possessions to everyone present, and most of those on the ground floor of the adjacent Wilkinsons. Unfortunately, he was unable to produce he said printout as the technology was beyond his level of ability - as he freely confessed.
The wonders of modern technology in banking.
Looks like the FD is in a precarious position.
|Blimey, what a comprehensive demolition!
I'd viewed EfW as being the jewel in the crown!
Four distinct risks in Energy-from-Waste
■ Counterparty risk: Potential renegotiation risk on the Greater Manchester Waste
contract – the largest municipal waste contract in Western Europe – suggest Viridor's
long-term contracts may not have fully 'de-risked' the pipeline of assets, in our view.
■ Pricing risk: We anticipate competitive pricing pressure as early as 2020E. We
forecast capacity will rise c50% over the coming three years and standard rate landfill
tonnage continues to decline. We think pricing could fall as low as £10/tonne in 2020E
with c22% downside to EPS, even if only merchant (not contracted) pricing is affected.
We continue model £70/tonne from 2021E.
■ Execution risk: Viridor terminated its contract with Interserve on construction of the
Glasgow EfW due to missed contractual delivery milestones. Pennon is clear there is
no risk to the technology, which is different from a recently abandoned gasification
project in NE England, but until the project is complete we see some potential risk on
delivery. We value Glasgow at £201m (c48p/share).
■ Financing risk: Pennon has cited a new hybrid bond as one potential option to help
finance the £252m Avonmouth energy-from-waste plant. The £300m hybrid raised in
2013 at 6.75% was c7% dilutive to EPS. If Pennon does raise a second hybrid to
finance Avonmouth, this could be c2-5% dilutive to EPS.|
|Following the 'dilution due to funding EfW' argument on PNN, red?
I will make sure that I am happy before I press the Red button. I would't want to do a Trump.
Credit Suisse have put out a massive downgrade and sell recommendation.
Don't submit in a hurry. Zen and the art of checking for errors. It's a real nightmare if you submit and have to backtrack, because a person is involved, rather than a software procedure!
QTX rns due this week. Might buy some more tomorrow - walk on the wild side.