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Mwtops LSE:TOPS London Ordinary Share GG00B39VY027 RED PART PREF SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 980.50p 0 06:30:28
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -35.5 -299.1 - 340.33

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hedgehog 100: TGL closed for the weekend at 0.7p, rising stongly on big volume: it ended April at 0.3p, so is up 133% on the month to date. And the company has made five announcements in under a month: 06/05/2014 07:03 UKREG Touchstone Gold Limited Admission of Shares & Holdings in Company 30/04/2014 07:01 UKREG Touchstone Gold Limited Investment Policy, Circular & Notice of AGM 25/04/2014 10:41 UKREG Touchstone Gold Limited Holding(s) in Company 23/04/2014 13:02 UKREG Touchstone Gold Limited Holding(s) in Company 22/04/2014 07:02 UKREG Touchstone Gold Limited Placing, director change, strategy & TSX delisting TOPS posted this on the thread "TOUCHSTONE GOLD - BASHER FREE THREAD (TGL)" when the share price was 0.3p: TOPINFO 20 Apr'14 - 04:01 - 564 of 727 3 0 "Just catching up with a few bits and Just seen that news TGL Thursday that they are de-listing from TSX market only, in order to reduce costs and with lack of volume etc on TSX it certainly makes sense and is a very positive move. This coupled with the injection of capital last month from new investor, this looks to me like a deal is coming very soon and new bod are having a very positive clearout and preparing this baby for interesting times ahead. If it was curtains here like some have tried to make out then they would have just de-listed the whole listing both TSX and UK and the fact they have not is the most positive news I have seen as TGL for some time. They look like they have an agenda and a plan and Im sure they will divulge what it is shortly but in the meantime I think by the past 3 or 4 Rnses you can be sure this is far from game over and more like get ready for a new revised TGL. Big things about to happen here! All IMO but something very good is happening behind the scenes in my opinion."
stockonomist: Liquid Millionaire 6 Mar'14 - 21:47 - 391586 of 391586 0 0 As previously covered by way of example TXO has already more than hit the 1p share price target but obviously fallen away since. Also as previously covered why don't you get your prison warder to find you a full comm brokers so that you can also become a weasel? Better than always trying to pump an' dump some really sh*t stocks and anyway you have been well found out on that score haven't you? You have become very bitter an' twisted with your jealousy showing though loud and clear. Suggest that you take a look in the mirror and then just concentrate on what you do and try and improve your situation. No point worrying about others. Look what that did to Don Revie!?!?!
rainmaker: Free Counter The following text will not be seen after you upload your website, please keep it in order to retain your counter functionality online casinos free "Formal educational will make you a living, self education will make you a fortune" Jim Rohn,US motivational speaker. Here we go, a brand new thread intended solely for first time Investors nervously feeling their way around the Stock Market.I'm not going to suggest shares here but rather give general help and advice to avoid the numerous pitfalls that new Investors make and also to inspire them to great heights. The Stockmarket is a wonderful place but you're very much on your own. It has to be emphasised that it's very much "caveat emptor" ie Buyer beware. There are no second chances, no money back guarantees, no one to complain to or blame if things go wrong -only yourself so don't screw up and give yourself every chance of being successful. I firmly believe that anyone with a modicum of intelligence with sound reasoning and an inquiring mind who is ready, willing and able to devote a reasonable amount to time to intelligent research can be a successful stockmarket Investor regardless of their social class, educational background or status in life. In my firm opinion you don't have a background in finance or accounting skills or be an economist to be seriously successful Stockmarket investor. If you are new Investor with no knowledge or training then I believe the odds are heavily stacked against you so you're going to need all the help, support and encouragement you can get.If you want to ask any questions then please feel free to do so and I will respond. I'll use this opening thread to post a list of general help and advice. However before I do this I have to tell Readers that I am a Stockmarket "Value Investor" which is widely accepted as the both safest and surest way to make money in the Stockmarket so my input here comed very much from that ethos and it's central tenets ie margin of safety in purchases,avoidance of speculation,conservatism, preservation of capital etc etc but nevertheless I'm sure that whether you are a Private Investor or a member of an Investment Club, what I have to say here will prove to be of great benefit - 1) Firstly calculate a shares intrinsic value before you even consider buying. All you need to know are the Company's intrinsic value and share price, the latter you just look up.If you don't know how to calculate a Company's intrinsic value then you better learn fast. There are several ways to do this but it's best if it is calculated this figure from known facts ie the Company's assets which is the most reliable things you can use rather that say earnings. 2)Seek a substantial margin of safety in all your purchases say 50% or more.The margin of safety is effectively a buffer or cushion between the higher intrinsic value and the lower share price which protects the Investors against any unexpected future adverse circumstances that negatively affect a Company's intrinsic value, likely ensuring that the Company's unvaluation remains in tact. So if you buy a £1 coin on sale for a 50 pence piece and that £1 becomes only worth say 90p the substantial margin of safety has protected your investment and that investment still promises a satisfactory return. 3) Invest only in Companies with strong balance sheets and avoid any Company where there is a solvency risk.There are numerous academic studies that show that there are widely known forecasting models that predict bankruptcy that have around a 85% record of success. Check Altman's Z score.This information is available cheaply for a small monthly subscription of just £5.95 per month ie However just a word of warning just because a model predicts that a company is safe doesn't mean it can't go bust and vice versa. 4)Become very familiar with Value metrics that give a good idea how cheap or expensive a share is ie price/earnings, price/sales, price/book value etc etc,ratios Also work a range of values for each Company's value metric of values for previous years. 5)Reduce risk through diversification to form a collection of shares known as a portfolio and never ever "bet the farm" by investing in just one Company-that's lunacy. This is going to protect you from individual disappointments. 6) If I had £1 for everyone that had ever said that "the stockmarket is gambling" then I would have collected many millions. Of course, it's gambling if you don't know what you're talking about and ignorance is bliss, as they say.Don't ever gamble or speculate.Just because the majority of investors will gamble or speculate doesn't mean that you should or even have to. Trust when I say through long experience that high risk definitely does not go with high reward. In other words you do NOT have to take large risk to achieve high returns and can it with low risk. 7)If you are a Private Investor then don't waste your time and energy investing in large FTSE 100 Companies but instead concentrate your effort to better effect in smaller Companies where the returns (and risks for that matter) are higher. Smaller Companies which are frequently neglected in terms of research, misunderstood should be the preserve of the private investor. 8) IMHO don't waste your time setting stop losses at arbitrary levels eg 10%,20% to protect yourself against losses IF the share you bought was undervalued AND has a substantial margin of safety ie it's true value is way above the share price then why are selling just because the share price has gone down, surely you should, within reason, be taking advantage of further weakness to buy more?! 9) Run your profits and if you are a genuine half decent Value Investor then you should run your holdings for at least two years to optimise your profits as that is generally the time it takes for a substantially undervalued Value share to go from substantially undervalued to a fair rating. Furthermore if you're going to make a profit then you want it be as large as possible. 10)Don't sell half of your holdings just because the share price has doubled. 11)Get your portfolio allocation just right.You probably don't think that this is important but trust me it is.Pick too few and you are taking on too much risk and denying yourself available funds to invest in new opportunities and also to take advantage of lower prices available in some of your holdings. Furthermore there will be shares that perform spectacularly moving up 10,20 or even fold 30 in a couple of years(in my long experience these will overwhelmingly be Value shares) and you need to buy such shares in your portfolio because they make a big difference to your overall returns.If your portfolio is too tightly concentrated then you have a far greater chance of missing such opportunities.I would suggest that you split up your funds into 30 units of 3.33% each and invest one unit in each share and then should the share price decline significantly be prepared, if the share is substantially undervalued to invest another unit. 12)IMHO never average up but always, within reason, look to average down. IMHO averaging up ie buying more at higher prices after your initial purchase is very dangerous and you are leaving yourself open to potentially large losses. 13)Don't spread bet as you don't need to and it's gambling and we all know what happens to gamblers. In spread betting potential losses are unlimited but buy a share you can only lose your investment in that share.
makingheaps: I'm a little surprised by the speed of the recent rise and in parrticular todays. It may be that we are up with events for now but on the other hand I wouldn't be surprised if there was a bid in the offing. The Merril numbers above show why this remains a strong hold on fundamental grounds. Their target price for 2005 represents a 25% discount to NAV but this could narrow to 15% in 2006 when the REIT legislation finally arrives implying a share price rise of about £1 from todays levels in 12 months time. A 25% gain plus dividend income should easily outstrip the index.
diogenesj: Strange that this very successful company attracts so little attention here, even though the share price is up 50% this year. It's up another 4.9% today at 395p, on what appears to be very low volume. I, er, came here to see if anyone had any clue about the reason for this big jump.
skyship: Obviously not many people following this quieter corner of the booming property sector, however, I've just noticed something which could be truly significant in the rating of TOPS. Here is what the Chairman of Trust of Property Shares plc stated with the final figures issued a couple of weeks ago: “The property share sector does not yet have a reliable performance indicator and there are widely differing performances in market values within a sector which remains defensive. Property companies, including those constituent members of the F.T.S.E. 100 Index, despite strong growth and increasing net asset values, continue to trade at significant under-value. They do not have their merits appreciated and remain out of favour. In this regard, the heavy discount factor has persuaded the largest company in the sector, Land Securities, to implement a share buy-back programme, giving a positive message about asset values. A major recovery in the whole sector is both merited and awaited.” So, it is obviously good news to read of someone in his position so wholeheartedly supporting the concept of a share buy-back – one of the very best methods available for restoring shareholder value. But of course, the real significance is that that statement was made by Everard Goodman, who happens also to be Chairman, Managing Director and effective controlling shareholder of…..TOPS Estates PLC. If the TOPS finals in June aren’t accompanied by a Chairman’s statement introducing a share buy-back Scheme, then this is one shareholder who will be begging the question. With a NAV discount currently of 44%, but IMHO at more like 50%, a Buy-back Scheme would have to narrow the discount to 35% or less – implying a share price rise to somewhere in the range of 213 – 240. All implies a 20% gain in the offing – 225p the near term target.
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