Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kavango Resources Plc LSE:KAV London Ordinary Share GB00BF0VMV24 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15p -5.26% 2.70p 2.50p 2.90p 3.05p 2.60p 2.85p 3,816,568 16:28:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -0.5 -0.8 - 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/3/2003
13:49
Let me know what he says, I'd love to know... :-)
lodger
11/3/2003
13:43
Kav is on Radio Two Jeremy Vine programme NOW. I am all ears.
limpsfield chartist
20/7/2002
11:30
Limpy - Didn't a certain ex ADVFN employee once spend a few months in a Merrill dealing room alongside one of their 'star' traders, and didn't he describe it as the most excrutiating experience he had ever had!! - I picked up that little gem on an ADVFN trainning course and subsequently I think it's been worth tens of thousands to me;-)
losos
19/7/2002
14:15
From the turtle web site http://www.turtletrader.com/images/merrill.gif "Amazing link isn't it? Merrill tells us: "What happened? What next?" "Forecast for 2002." "When will the recession end?" "What do I do now?" "What are the factors of a good stock market?" "How did this bear market compare to others?" "Seating is limited." How big was the financial settlement Merrill just paid out? What was it for? Selling 'dog' IPOS and other Henry Blodget type nonsense? They flat out ripped people off. Now they send this invitation out? It is one amazing piece of promotional literature considering Merrill's behavior. It seems to assume most investors are brain-dead simpletons with short-term memory loss. If Merrill had no clue for the last 5 years and was fined for it -- why would they assume anyone would believe their "2002 forecast"? Everybody gets what they want." http://www.turtletrader.com/merrill-party-invite.html
limpsfield chartist
14/5/2002
10:13
MH, It was cancelled but definitely seeing him in a few weeks but would struggle to ask that, if I'm honest, I might have to tone it down a bit ! s.
starseeker
29/4/2002
18:32
Seriously,I'd like to know the answer to this question: What does he think the chances are that he might write a tech stock column in a national newspaper again in the future ?
mh
29/4/2002
17:06
seeing him on thursday night, any messages, it's a good job you don't have to put your real name up here isn't it
starseeker
28/4/2002
19:52
PK was just on CNN. Only caught the end but he sounded bearish on telecoms. Time to reverse those shorts?
pherring
09/4/2002
18:37
i think the general view then is that hes a useless git,lol
ruth
09/4/2002
17:04
Star What is the fund thast has never had a negative month? Bet they're closed!
seela
13/3/2002
14:00
Renda2 absolutely !!! the thing is whether classed as a managed fund, asset management, investment management or discretionary fund management, it amounts to the same thing i.e portfolio management, the same as what we all do only difference being the time horizons. you are quite right in thinking that most fund managers fail to beat the index, the alternative was to buy tracker funds, but that was of only good use when the markets were going up. to summarise if you charge an active fee you should take active bets and some managers take high conviction but low risk bets and still outperform the index. then hedge funds were born, I know one that has never had a negative month over the past 10 years !! impressive hey. regards. star.
starseeker
13/3/2002
13:33
Star Ah but isnt that a managed fund the very thing that "Tracker funds" say doesn't work! lol Regards Andy
renda2
13/3/2002
13:23
He WAS sacked then!!
jonc
13/3/2002
13:22
The official line is the that ST column created a conflict of interests. John
jhurbanek
13/3/2002
13:21
Renda2 That's is a bit sweeping, some managers don't run quasi tracker funds that surround themselves around their respect benchmark and instead taking active bets against it and some of those produce consistent returns above that. Regards. Star.
starseeker
13/3/2002
11:29
Does anyone have any quotable quotes from Kavs? cymro
cymro
13/3/2002
10:17
Analyst what can i say? Commisserations mate! I once had dealings with Invesco (discretionary management) although we are talking 12 years ago now worst performing Pep I've ever seen with the best perfoming stocks in it! Unfortunatly everytime a profit existed they charged it out of existence. Andy
renda2
13/3/2002
08:59
The chump was on Bulls and Bears last night, i was half expecting the simpleton to tip KWL or BLM but instead we were treated to Rolls Royce "because it has halved"......brilliant!!!!
adamh
13/3/2002
08:52
Andy - I did that once! (Options Direct it was - just whacked everything into VOD SPW & BASS, wrote covered calls once and then did nowt for over a year. Jeez!)
analyst
12/3/2002
23:39
From what i've seen over the years anyone choosing a "Discretionary management" service needs to see a psychiatrist... Thats the same queue as someone choosing a tracker fund! What idiot would hand money over and give permission to the fund manager to move money around everytime a profit exists or loose money if the market goes down? Andy
renda2
12/3/2002
22:22
Having just received Michael Walters latest Investment Comments Email I see he has been taking a peek at the BB's again and stuck the knife into Kavanagh even posting a link to the site mentioned above ( http://www.mykillikaccount.co.uk/ ) Miaow Michael M:)
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