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
  0.00 0.0% 2.00 1.90 2.10 2.00 2.00 2.00 47,213 07:45:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -0.5 -0.8 - 3

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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:)
martini
12/3/2002
22:18
Quote of the day "It therefore does not make sense to utilise a stop loss policy as it shows that you do not trust your analysts.”
kd1
12/3/2002
21:23
I am kicking myself I hadn't kept a note of some of the things Kavs said - some real wacky predictions - there was a classic about PSION that I can't remember exactly. In all fairness he is probably no worse than other broker/analyst. It never ceases to amaze me that so many investors do follow these people. A broker upgrades it's stance on a stock and whoosh up it goes. BFN cymro
cymro
12/3/2002
11:02
I think during all great bull runs lots of people get confused between skill and market forces. Stock picking takes on Harry Potter like proportions. Even my cleaner recommended a stock to me during the tech boom. History has a strange habit of repeating itself. :)
scripophilist
12/3/2002
10:47
Nor me Scripo. Would people blame Mystic Meg or Russell Grant if shares bought on their advice failed? Yes I know we're talking about people who present themselves as something a little more reliable than those two, and who wear stripey suits.. but the differences are minimal.
m.t.glass
12/3/2002
10:46
Great site. I agree that all of the people who have lost money were effectively sitting there in 1999 like cartoon characters with dollar signs in their eyes... But the arrogance of Kav and others is breathtaking. HS
henrysugar
12/3/2002
10:37
Caveat Emptor. The city is their to make money from clients not to make them rich. I don't understand why people get confused about this.
scripophilist
12/3/2002
10:33
Shocking reading - I have heard similar stories from a few people on courses who had invested significant sums with these guys and other brokers on a discretionary basis. This web site is proof positive that most of the so-called pros don't have a clue
limpsfield chartist
12/3/2002
10:02
Unhappy Killik Wealth Management Service members have set up a site dedicated to Kavanagh. Legal action is on the cards. http://www.mykillikaccount.co.uk/
analyst
21/2/2001
00:33
Was he not wearing his brown trousers today then ? What is he shorting now ?
mh
20/2/2001
19:54
check WCL tipped at 70 ish.......an expert is someone more than six miles from home.... as Limpy says..if it's going up ... .., if it's going down .... it , etcetera etcetera.. But I'm still going to go on tipping on these shows whatever you say.
aquila
20/2/2001
19:21
.....If not, he should be. That ought to be the first post! In his defence, there can't be many techs that he could have tipped that wouldn't have fallen. But I see very few sell recs, very few admissions of error, very little attempt to change the record despite a string of failures. No doubt at the end of the year we'll be shown how he's outperformed the sector. I don't envy his job, but yes: his record is outstandingly bad currently.
spectoacc
20/2/2001
19:18
He should be investigated for wrong advice and sacked from the TV,my opinion only
tocsa
20/2/2001
18:38
Gone very short on autonomy.....
velocity
20/2/2001
17:24
he tipped autonomy today ...and said he was on holiday when bhm fell 50 %
moonblue
20/2/2001
15:09
He seemed a little uncomfortable today The calls, letters and emails he must be recieving is having an effect Was suggesting it's time to batten down the hatches, but its a bit late when he's been telling people to have them wide open in the tech storm Does not look the type who would do the honourable thing and go down with the ship H For the benefit of new posters, IMHO over the last year the majority of posters on this premium BB, have been in a different league
hindsight
20/2/2001
10:13
Warning... He's Back - On Money Channel and Bloomberg today. A few more tips to short!!! His holiday obviously did not make him reflect on his career and decide a change was in order.
llucky
18/2/2001
19:17
As I posted elsewhere , these tipsters ought to be made to put their own money into what they are tipping AFTER tipping them. Dil
dil
18/2/2001
18:34
By accident, You have all just identified why active fund managers can not out perform an index.
scripophilist
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