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Stirling Assd LSE:STRA London Ordinary Share GB0033611798 ORD 20P (ASSD POTTER ACQUISITIONS CASH)
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27/12/200016:11Should the majority of ADVFN posters change their strategy35

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lord c.: It's all to do with research. One should buy shares in ANY company ONLY after in depth due diligence. Trouble with the large cap co's is that there is plenty of information out there which all can share in quite easily and which is reflected in the share price. Some of the small caps can be seriously undervalued because the market doesn't want to understand them or has not bothered to do so. Kicking the tyres - (especially contacting ceo's and arranging visits) is much easier. Value can also be had when an institution takes a decision to exit a tiny company simply because they will no longer take a long term view of prospects.They will often drive the price way down as they get out in dribs and drabs. Getting in and out and the spread are the real problems with any small cap co (which is why I never invest in Ofex but am quite happy to buy into Aim stocks).An easy exit is the one great advantage of investing with the big boys. If you are a long term player I still think that it's not size that matters but good research! Lord C.
perry97: Taximania, I know theres a lot of sense in what you say.however the alternative view is also worth a hearing. I subscribe to Techinvest and the figures of the Newsletters Trader Portfolio based on investments which have been recommended by the main section of the newsletter, and which have therefor been thoroughly researched, are very very good. Here it is: Starting cap 1.3.85 £20000 Terminatiom 31.3.93 £462874 2214% Portfolio2 1.1.93 £50000 Termination30.4.96 £276691 453% Portfolio 3 1.4.96£50000 Termination 27.3.00 £570402 1040% This year only up 3% agst FTSE -9.8%,All shaRE -14.9% Most people dont have the patience (including me!) but the big gains are made this way too, and I wont be betting against the current folio doing very well even if I dont take up many of the recommendations meantime. Anyone interested in giving themselves a New Year treat Techinvest is at Tel+353(0)1-670 1777 (Dublin On another tack I am just starting looking at FT sectors weekly on the basis that its a double check, if the sector moves up this will help confirm a company share price breakout. Not much positive now ,construction ,insurance, electricity poss. Any way good hunting next year! Perry
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