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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trading Emis LSE:TRE London Ordinary Share GB00B073G363 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.7575p 0.515p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.5 0.2 3.8 1.89

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18/2/2013
13:21
Dominic Picarda is the 'Trader'.
azalea
18/2/2013
13:18
It was anonymous so I've no idea. Entitled "Traded Options" or "The Trader" or something similar.
praipus
18/2/2013
12:52
Praipus If you mean Dominic Picarda, then yes he is still there.
azalea
18/2/2013
12:21
rooky4 Have you read S. Thompson's article on TRE(Rerating beckons 12 November 2012)when he gave a BUY recc @ 23.25P, after which it rose to 30.5p in 8 weeks; also his follow up 13/1/13? As a holder you will know of the recent 6p per share pay out. Timing is often key to a successful investment and no one gets it right every time. Circa 17 out of 21 tip by S.T in the past several months have been winners.
azalea
18/2/2013
11:43
I.C. have been pushing this at least since 2008 (at least 5 recommendations that year when it was around 140p). Then, e.g. From Investors Chronicle, 12 August 2009:- ============= SHARE TIP UPDATE A £12.8m share buy-back programme has helped push Trading Emissions' share price well ahead of our recommendation price. But, at 101p, its share price still remains well below net asset value and stockbroker KBC Peel Hunt thinks the shares are worth 122p each. Still a buy. ============ how can they still claim any credibility for recommendations on TRE is beyond me (and this is my worst investment so far in %age terms).
rooky4
17/2/2013
20:20
spob: Have you ever used google to search for S Thompson? In my limited experience if a journalist is any good his employer will host a website page for them and their column or the journo has his/her own easy to find website! mrionionbahjee2: 16 Feb'13 - 17:36 - 1037 of 1039 0 0 "Your thread is better_value;) " Praise indeed thank you:) NB mrionionbahjee2 is refering to the following thread:) http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=24182742 azalea: Thank you, use to read the IC hard copy regularly I liked the column about options trading does that column exist online too?
praipus
17/2/2013
08:12
bahjee2 Your posts have a common trait, wild accusations but no substance to back them up. If you believe the IC is a cesspit write to the Editor, I'm sure the legal department will give your views due consideration.
azalea
16/2/2013
19:44
I'm sure praps can make up his own mind
badtime
16/2/2013
18:17
Praipus Ignore the last poster. The cost of a mere circa £115 to receive the IC online only, is well worth the money. There is a host of data and even if you were to ignore everything else, S.T. recommendations are well worth the money as those who have bought several of them have easily recouped the subscription costs and much besides. On the days S.T. makes a recc to buy, the majority rise 3-5% within minutes; so at times it might pay to see if they drift back, before buying. Crucially S.T. does all the leg work with facts and figures; leaving you to decide which to buy. He is taking a break n April to write a book, but will return. In addition there is a host of data available -tips to buy and sell,etc. There are always other articles by IC writers.
azalea
16/2/2013
17:01
you ever heard of google
spob
15/2/2013
20:33
Ok I give in who is S.Thompson?
praipus
15/2/2013
18:18
10/1/13. S.Thompson :-TRE investment adviser EEA Fund Management calculates that the maximum possible liability to the company equates to 14p a share which would reduce its NAV to 56p a share. Importantly,its cashpile of 24p a share (before the 6p dividend) covers the whole of the 14p liability. With the private equity portfolio(P.E.P.) worth 45p a share, even if we were to charge £10m = 4p a share, the current NAV would fall to 52p. With the shares trading at 30.5p, this implies that the P.E.P.) is being valued @ 22.5p, or half book value. "That looks way too low and I remain a firm buyer". No doubt, S.T. will be commenting on any concrete action taken by the E.U. It could well be that such actions might well enhance TRE position.
azalea
15/2/2013
16:58
hey azalea (and anyone else alive on here) - looks like carbon markets in the EU face some key votes soon http://www.carbonbrief.org/blog/2013/02/carbon-briefing-is-there-any-hope-for-eu-carbon-trading
jezza123
12/2/2013
08:37
SP beginning to make a start to narrow the 50% discount to its NAV. Edit: Bid 24.77p
azalea
11/2/2013
09:48
With the 6p div done and dusted it look like buyers are looking for the next one.
azalea
08/2/2013
10:31
S.Thompson maintains his 1 of 4 buy reccs, slight tick up this am. Those willing to be patient will see the company throw off oodles of cash in 2013 & 2014.
azalea
02/2/2013
10:06
With S.Thompson tips on SPK and especially BPM running hot, his update next week on TRE could provide a dramatic uplift to the share price
azalea
29/1/2013
09:05
S. Thompson retains his buy advice on TRE and will be providing an update on Friday 8th February.
azalea
24/1/2013
12:09
yes - which is best depends on your income tax rate & available losses
ianbrewster
23/1/2013
17:22
As Income would it not be taxed? Whereas 'capital' could be offset entirely against any losses.
azalea
23/1/2013
13:55
Both options will give cash, depends whether it suits you better to get it as income or capital.
ianbrewster
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