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Jekyll & Hyde Share Tips – two different investment styles

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Introducing a new share-tipping duo that has just launched: Jekyll & Hyde share tips!

Get a taste of what’s going to be the most exciting tipping blog of 2017.

Dr Jekyll is an investor. He doesn’t want to speculate, he wants to put his money to work and make a reasonable return. He likes dividends and huge blue chip companies. He isn’t interested in speculative nonsense. He plans to become even wealthier over decades.

Mr Hyde is a trader. He wants to speculate. A 10% profit is of no interest to him nor is a portfolio. He wants to buy a share that will double or triple. Jumping on the latest hot stock before the retail herd arrives, is where it is at. The ride can be wild but get it right and the prize is huge.

Dr Jekyll thinks Mr Hyde is a maniac. Mr Hyde thinks Dr Jekyll is too scared to make it big.

Here’s what Jekyll & Hyde are tipping this week – and what they think about each other’s tips:

Hot Tip From Mr Hyde

Being Hyde means that I take risks, but those ‘risks’ are thought through and researched like an OCD sufferer. If you listened to Jekyll (One too many ‘fizzy potions’ and Michelin dinners with his sedentary, gout ridden, Tory chums to spot the upside here) you’d think I used the Grand National, stick a pin in the race card system. I’m never taking Holy Orders or opening an eBay account or sitting back with my slippers awaiting the dividend cheques to limp up the garden path on the back of a snail!

Zenith Energy (LSE:ZEN) IPO on 11th January 2017 at 7p a share. Dual listed on TSXV & on a standard listing in London.

Now they have assets in Argentina, Italy & Azerbaijan.  It’s their Azeri onshore producer that could drive the SP much higher. Lots of people will get behind this. In fact, there’s a note out with a 42p target. Seek to derisk at 12p/13p/14p/15p take profit whenever you can. ‘Sauces’ indicate that corporate shysters took stock at $6cents in their Canadian placing last year, so expect them to be selling into rises. It’s volatile and a risky rollercoaster ride. It will be until the SP settles down when the flippers & IPO stock takers are out. How do I know that? Do you really have to ask? My ‘sauces’ unlike me, are impeccable.  Optiva Securities are the broker and hold stock, which they’ll sell on T20’s. Never trust Bucket Shop Brokers especially when they hold stock in said company. They’ll pick you cleaner than a ravenous pack of laughing hyenas. In fact, a broker couldn’t stand within 3 feet of an unplugged polygraph machine without it blowing up.

There’ll obviously be an ongoing promote, usual guff, which will assist any rises, pay no attention to the wilder claims. Stick to strategy. You can’t exchange share certificates for beer in City of London taverns.  Making money fast is the game here. Leave the REGULAR toilet motions at the exact time of day, every day until one’s heart pops to Jekyll. I did know one ‘Old Lag’ who for forty years performed his ‘ablutions’ at 12 noon every day. But that’s another story…. Go out with a bang not a whimper… Moral? Don’t defecate in the same place at the same time every day for the rest of your life. Spice it up and take a risk, buy Zenith as close to their IPO price as you can. Under 9p.

Great potential with their Azerbaijan 300bopd producing oil licence, which in its heyday under the Russians was producing 9,000 bopd. Western tech should significantly increase the ZEN bopd. Cashflow positive and no doubt increasing oil production (through Workovers) ergo increasing cash flow, ergo increasing/stabilising oil price, ergo increasing SP. It’s a simple formula and best of all it works. Let’s face it, my formulas work for me. Get it?

Jekyll says:

Jekyll says, ‘Pfffffft.’ IPOs, who needs them? Even big IPOs let you down. Long gone are the days when an IPO was worth stagging. If an IPO is any good, institutions get them and cut the private investor out. Even then the IPO is likely to fall flat on its face.

Fancy this IPO?

How about this one? One of the biggest of the year.  (Not that you could have any.)

Who needs this volatility in their life or the downside of a CMC and many others losers? The time to buy an IPO is months later, often a year or so later, not at the IPO stage. CMC is a perfect example. I own a lot of these at around £1.

Buying CMC is risky enough but buying IPOs in companies with prospects in Whoknowswhereisstan who can’t make it on another exchange is playing Russian roulette with four bullets in the clip!

Hot Tip from Mr Jekyll:

So the city said, all Supermarkets were going to be crushed by Amazon and European discounters.  Share prices collapsed. Tesco revealed lots of problems with their accounting. More share price slumping followed. Morrison’s couldn’t do anything right, down went their share price into the gutter.

The universe of supermarket shares is Tesco (LSE:TSCO), Morrisons (LSE:MRW), Sainsbury’s (LSE:SBRY) and Marks and Spencer (LSE:MKS). They have been the dogs of the FTSE. But the story has turned, sales are up.

Now I like dividends and cheap sales and low P/E shares. Who needs the stress of buying high flying shares with huge P/Es, expensive sales and no dividends?

Here is a table that I find interesting.

Sainsbury is a great business but is lowly valued. That makes it cheap. It’s cheap because it is out of fashion. It is the lowest sales to market cap in the FTSE 100. It’s the 15th lowest P/E and the 22nd highest dividend. So that is a great value proposition.

Now look at the chart:

So Sainsbury’s is 267. There is at least £1 upside or 40% which would bring the P/E to a more usual 16. Meanwhile you get 4.5% in dividends waiting around for supermarkets to continue their return to fashion.

This is what happened to Morrisons:

..and that is the course we are expecting Sainsbury’s to take.

Hyde says:

Weren’t Sainsbury’s once a start up? From corner shop to superstore took many decades. What ‘Safe Sainsbury’s’ proves is that some acorns do survive and grow given time and nurturing. Time most investors/traders don’t have. We want it now and we want it big.

Walking out the door is a risk, investing/trading is also a risk. Reading the tealeaves (Charts) doesn’t confirm a done deal, it’s a reflection of the past open to subjective opinion.  The world has changed and the ‘Safe Sainsbury’s’ are all too often left on the shelf by the canny risk takers. Listening to Mr Jekyll I’m reminded of a historical figure ‘The Victorian Gentlemen.’ Need I say any more?

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  1. lamaison says:

    A bit schizo our friend, is it?

  2. Hyde says:

    Me, Hyde, myself, Clem, Victorian Gentleman or Jekyll?

  3. DC says:

    Do this pair of ‘experts’ have any opinion on Sefton Resources (SER)?
    No accounts published since 2015 despite CEO’s statement in May 2016 that the accounts were being prepared.
    I read that an EGM was requested and the CEO has ignored it.
    It appears that the AGM is late and I can not find any details of the date and venue.
    As ‘jeckyl’ is the CEO ; perhaps he would like to explain himself.

  4. wildrides says:

    If shite could talk it would probably sound like ……………….

  5. Guru says:

    I never use tips as investment advice. You can lose all your money from tips.
    Learn Technical Analysis & Fundamental Analysis & put all the tips on a list.
    TA & FA will take you a few years to master. You can then sort out your tips list in
    About half an hour. Keep your chosen names on the radar & get used to how the shares
    Move for six months.
    When you are happy BUY.

  6. Eric Broadhurst says:

    I subscribed to your service about 2 or 3 weeks ago but have not heard from you. Can you help. I may have used another address eric.broadhurst


  7. john e ford says:

    i too subscribed two months ago but even after phoning the call centre for help have been unable to log in, not pleased !

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