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|For anyone into boo it might be worth reading simon cawkwell on the boo thread today. Make what you will of it but it is indeed a mighty tome. No axe to grind here, just info. Looks like I'm obsessed with boo atm but actually I have only a very minor interest and no long term intentions. gl, pete|
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|Ref BOO - FWIW, Robbie/NT suggests he may ditch them if/when they go above 130p. Not sure that's the right decision so far ahead of xmas sales news. But he's usually pretty sharp, and has lots of followers to help him push his picks upwards and downwards. I look in on his site sometimes, but cannot say I follow much of his stuff. Only time will tell us who's right. Have a good weekend all. pete|
|Increased BVXP to 5%.
WEIR director selling.
BOO story intact, L. Bovered?
|I see Evil is having a go at BOO APAD! Better sell while you can ;-)|
feeling confident about PTSG.|
|Everybody cynical on OPEC. I think it will work. External drivers are just too strong.
MALCY interesting today - I do like experience coupled with common sense.
|GAW - I can see your point, modform. Never heard of them but interesting, apart from 2007 they made an op profit every year for the past 15 years or so by selling into this eccentric and expensive hobby. More of an income rather than growth co with steady revenue. I think you're right and they should beat forecasts , apart from year 2014 , H2 has been better than H1. So £25-30 mil op profit with 70-80p EPS ?! (looks possible to me).
Bought a few for a re-rating trade. Hopefully that Phoenix Management won't stay in the way.
I couldn't agree more with the "obsession" Apad, already my top holding so I'll just leave it to it.
There is quite a bit of skepticism about this OPEC deal based on precedents, and rightly so. But it kind of feels different this time, I think they'll stick to it. They all understand they need to, so they'll probably try and steady it around 60/bbl. Too much higher and it becomes victim of its own success again.
The inflation threat looks very real to me, and higher oil will only make it worse. Could this bring a bout of indigestion to the markets next year? higher interest rates?!|
|FFWD is a puppy that may grow into a dog and I am hoping a Crufts champion one at that Peter, but then it is a dream and not really of any interest to most here I think. Some of the other ideas mentioned here are much more sensible & worth a look.|
|Some welcome tiddler news after too many quiet weeks - must take a Patience Course.
Domino Pizza Poland (DPP) - some good news on franchising yesterday seems to have triggered a minor break out. share price up 19% since July and looks keen to go further.
Premier Technical (PTSG) also announced new contracts which is def helpful, although I am only just above break even on that one.
Always a leak somewhere in the barrel though - FFWD is still a dog.
The PDX thread is still readable on advfn! Good aversion therapy, PJ.|
|Increased BVXP (1373p) out of ABC income - the obsession continues! 4.6% of portfolio about 20% up. AGM on the 7th but I doubt there will be a statement.
PJ - once established the pattern can go all the way to zero and folks' behaviour does not change. Fascinating stuff. Pursuit Dynamics (PDX) was the classic case (worth a Google). Bunch of 'entrepreneurs' bought an australian patent for a perpetual motion water jet outboard.... The Board made TRAK look like a kindergarten.
Oil is interesting. I'm still working on a 60$ ceiling. There is some concern about this being an inflation driver, but I think eurozone instability will trump everything in 2017.
You have interesting tastes, mod. Successful, too.
Correct about one dimensional markets.
Bought some Svt at 2085 fall too exaggerated.
|Always looking and open to ideas modform, will have a look. Been busy with the OPEC trade, got some oil on the premise it will continue to rise into next year. ( bit of futures and TLW ).|
|Dacian, if you're looking for growth, niche company and 6% yield, I got some GAW yesterday, they will beat the forecast eps massively, 100% increase in profit in H1 compare with last year. Significantly ahead statement. Weird products but so popular among children, and very expensive.|
|Apologies as not constructive and probably off thread, But blondeamons reappearance on the TRAK thread after silence following awful Results has got my back up. Its pretty obvious to me that both he and perma bull 40toolong are one and the same....
The joy of Bulletin Boards.....|
|Perhaps? Will this be priced lower in the NHS only or globally? Not sure they could get away with such differences. I have no idea!|
|"GlaxoSmithKline has had one of its most promising new asthma drugs recommended for use on the NHS in England and Wales after agreeing to cut the price of the treatment."
maybe this pricing pressure indicator?
|I'm the last person to ask about GSK, L!
|GSK becoming more interesting around these levels?|
|WEIR demonstrates once more that it is the most heavily geared to the crude price of all my other O&G suppliers. Playing catch-up.
Surprising reaction to BREE, red. I reckon the market only concentrates on one story at a time and if it isn't OPEC it doesn't exist.
|Yes, happy with Bree. Long term hold.
Sunny here walking on the beach. Happy days.
|Good SPX acquisition.
BREE fulfilling red's expectations.
TCN survival order.
|Agreed Lauders, Epwin appears the stronger option also. I have a buy order in place :)|