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  +0.00p +0.00% 103.25p 102.50p 104.00p 103.25p 102.50p 103.25p 750 14:07:16
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04/3/2019
14:43
Hardman & Co Investor Forum, recorded on the evening of 26th February 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4343&v=mcVVgJIWGVU
goodgrief
16/11/2018
09:12
http://newenergy.greshamhouse.com/funds/esf/ INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE The Fund seeks to provide investors with an attractive and sustainable dividend over the long term by investing in a diversified portfolio of utility-scale operational energy storage systems, which utilise batteries and may also utilise engines, located in Great Britain. Key Fund highlights include: Target minimum dividend distribution of 7.0p (4.5p in the first year)* Target NAV total return of 8.0% per annum (net of all fund expenses) before leverage* Target NAV levered total return of 15.0% per annum (net of all fund expenses) assuming 50% leverage combined with expected asset management and revenue improvements* Each Energy Storage System project can generate multiple revenue streams Returns are not correlated to the absolute level of wholesale power prices and are not dependent on renewable subsidies Target gross IPO proceeds of up to £200 million expected to be fully deployed within 12 months in a seed portfolio of 70MW and an exclusive pipeline of 182MW Management team are making a substantial investment in the Fund, ensuring strong alignment of interest * This is a target only and not a profit forecast. There can be no assurance that this target will be met or that the Fund will make any distributions at all. This target return should not be taken as an indication of the Fund’s expected or actual current or future results. The Fund’s actual return will depend upon a number of factors, including but not limited to the size of the Fund’s portfolio of assets, the Fund’s net income and the Fund’s ongoing charges figure. Potential investors should decide for themselves whether or not the return is reasonable and achievable in deciding whether to invest in the Fund.
getscenic
29/3/2004
10:33
Just a printed list would do, sent to subscribers. No great expectation, surely! I for one use but a few of the available "tools".
ramillar
29/3/2004
10:13
Have been looking at this tool which you use via the toplist tab. The interesting thing about this website is that there is a host of useful tools (if only you know where to find them!!) Two suggestions 1) Would it be possible to introduce a sort mechanism on this grid so that you could show the highest gainers or loosers in some type of display order and add percentage rise or fall 2) More generally has ADVFN considered making a cd disk with a "walk though" of every trading tool on this site to be used as a type of tutorial. You could possibly sell it for a few bob a disk (and provide it free for premium users) Could also carry a bit of advertizing which could bring in extra revenue
paulismyname
27/1/2003
20:39
C'mon abix! Dust them books off and start up a new team. I'd support ya! What about....'The Scouse 69'ers'...'The Panty Raiders' or 'The Shecargo Beers'?
mad4it
27/1/2003
19:25
Managed to last till the third quarter and then gave up. Reminded me of the Buffalo Superbowl blowouts. I have to agree that a strong defence will beat a strong offence. No matter how hard Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas tried in the Superbowls it just wouldn't go the Bills way. Used to watch the Birmingham Bulls every home game before they moved to Solihull a few years back. Are they still active?
esmerelda
27/1/2003
18:08
I watched some of it....but as usual the commentators drove me insane with their mindless, continual, unending prattle and I couldn't stand it! So I went to bed. Same as it ever was! " Anyone know why Gruden left the Raiders last year? (Apart from a stack of cash) " Err, the stack of cash was indeed the reason, I'm led to believe.
mad4it
27/1/2003
17:41
Suprising how many people used to enjoy it but have now lost interest. I still think it's a fascinating sport but I only watched two games this year. Both Raiders losses. :-(
abix47
27/1/2003
11:38
abix used to watch AF all the time back in the early 80's we used to have a superbowl party each year. that lasted about 8 years before i started to lose interest in the game. always one for the underdog i supported Denver through all their losing 'Bowls. Elway,one of the best ever. couldn't name many of them now apart from Rice - 'Flash 80' if i remember rightly from his 49'ers days. surprised to hear you were a player and a coach. well done mate. never really followed the english game but that was the 1st superbowl i've watched for a long long time. as you say, defence always seem to dominate in the final.
jettyboy
27/1/2003
11:22
I'm glad I didn't back the Raiders last night! A good defence usually triumphs over a good offence in the superbowl and how that was proved last night. Anyone know why Gruden left the Raiders last year? (Apart from a stack of cash)
abix47
15/4/2002
14:20
abix,heskey signs deal to play for birkenhead boruz AFC as 'running back' (no change there then??? stu.
stucom
14/4/2002
22:18
Now there's an interesting thought! Post 12...yer would wouldn't yer?
abix47
13/4/2002
10:44
abix But can she still wiggle her ears with her ankles tucked behind them ?
mad4it
13/4/2002
10:24
Abix LOL !
clerman
13/4/2002
07:50
Thought this might brighten up the thread! Had to laugh. In one of the Raiderettes biographies(and yes, I've checked them all!) it states "Kelly has the unique ability to wiggle her ears" Once again brains aren't the most important attribute in this area of the game and who the hell is checking out her ears? I'm off now to click on the impressively titled "Raiderettes in Bosnia" tab. Should be interesting. lol!
abix47
12/4/2002
20:39
abix Bad luck for Tom D to come up against Herchel Walker, a quality player. I hear very little of The British game, I think it hasn't quite taken hold in this country, probably too much home grown competition for it to thrive, from footy and Peanut Hugging. Also, other traditional US sports, like Basketball and Ice Hockey, are better established and have bigger followings, ( I think ? ) and tend to suck up 'floating fans'. Jerry Rice! Blimey, thought he was well past it. Good on him, he is a bit of a legend, so it's good to see an 'old' guy stuffing it up the young bucks! Maybe you should consider making a come back abix, JR proves " there's life in the old dog yet" and as you and the whippet are two old dogs, you must stand a fair chance! ;)
mad4it
12/4/2002
11:44
Ps Jerry Rice has just completed a record breaking season with the Raiders. You remember him I suppose?
abix47
11/4/2002
18:07
abix47 Stop, you've brought a tear to my eye, thinking of the afternoons watching Coventry (later amalgamated with Milton Keynes as the interest in the UK started to fade), or the Sunday evenings in front of the telly with Mick Luckhurst and Gary Imlach, and before them Nicky Horne. Its been so long since I saw even the highlights of a game! How is the British game going? Are there still some teams out there? Maybe the big ones have got through it all, the London Ravens, Birmingham, Glasgow? Seem to remember they all went into the European league when that started. Bet I couldn't even name a single current NFL player now. Have to go, I'm getting all weepy.
tomorton
11/4/2002
11:44
Well I've found two fellow enthusiasts. Prefer not to identify the teams. Don't know why but I like the anonimity of the boards. The Pro if I remember right was a guy called Tom Dollinger. He played for the Stockport Falcons after being cut by the Dallas Cowboys to make room for Herchal Walker(remember him?). He was a fullback and played both ways for the Falcons. Tough sod. The problem yanks have and why they are so intense is that if they get cut and not picked up by anyone else there is nowhere to go apart from lowly paid jobs in NFL europe and Arena Ball (if it's still going) Football players dropped from the premier can earn a good crack in the Nationwide. Coaching was great and it took over my life for three years. I started a junior team with 80 players to begin with. Then after two years I was asked to coach a Junior team that was maturing. I set up an initiative with the local US airbase and we had two great seasons with up to eighty players and 2/3 k crowds coming to watch. We even managed to beat the local Base team which was a highlight. Through my contacts I got to be coached myself by Dan Marino and several other NFL stars and did a weeks workshop with Larry Smith, Head Coach of USC. Great days but so long ago. I still get the videos out now and again though.
abix47
11/4/2002
11:20
I once tackled an ex Dallas Pro....she cost me $50! I used to follow the 49ers, the Chicago Bears and The Redskins. Mainly because I knew the franchises were safe and I could follow them over a few years, safe in the knowledge they wouldn't become the 'Kansas 49ers or the 'Oklahoma Bears' ....I mean what's all that about ??!! Can you imagine that in this country! HEADLINE: 'Manchester United to become 'Skegness United' It's the one element of AF that makes it look a bit 'Mickey Mouse' IMHO. Many franchise clubs will never have a 'true' fan base or club 'history', so best to stick with the 'stickers'. Tell me more about your playing/coaching days if you will ? Who was the Dallas Pro ?
mad4it
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