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Feedback: Above 50 day line points as high as 5p

Feedback: Above 50 day line points as high as 5p

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It appeared that for a while there was a degree of negative sentiment associated with medical imaging group Feedback (LON:FDBK), but the background noise now looks to have finally cleared, so to speak. It can be seen from the daily chart of Feedback that we are finally back on the front foot, a point underlined…

Uncertainty to send investors in the direction of Compass

Uncertainty to send investors in the direction of Compass

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2017 looks set to be a challenging year for investors due to the risks posed by a Trump Presidency and higher inflation. New policies pursued by Trump could lead to greater uncertainty. Higher than expected US interest rates may be a consequence of rising inflation resulting from the US running a larger budget deficit. Similarly,…

Red Rock Resources: 200 day line rebound points to 1.1p

Red Rock Resources: 200 day line rebound points to 1.1p

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The latest newsflow regarding Shoat’s Creek reminds us that Red Rock Resources (LON:RRR) is firmly back in favour as far as investors and traders are concerned. The path to shareholder glory for Red Rock Resources is proving to be a long one. One of the highlights for me in the recent past was forgetting the…

Bargains still to be had in the small cap markets

Bargains still to be had in the small cap markets

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As discussed in my article for January’s edition of Master Investor Magazine, 2016 was a great year for small cap shares. The AIM All-Share rose by an impressive 14.3%, the FTSE Small Cap Index surged by 11% and dozens of individual stocks grew in value by more than 100%. Three stocks even finished the year…

Make mine a large one

Make mine a large one

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Apparently, Phil Bentley has decided to effect an external and supposedly independent review of accounting at Mitie (LON:MTO). This is ridiculous since the current auditors have been over matters several times already. So what is really happening is that Phil wants to go a-kitchen-sinking. It will not be pretty. As to what the business’s prospects…

Edenville Energy: “Rocket launcher” setup comes up trumps

Edenville Energy: “Rocket launcher” setup comes up trumps

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I have to admit I liked the story behind Edenville Energy (LON:EDL), emanating from late summer last year onwards, that the Tanzanian Government had banned coal imports. By rights this should have made the shares climb vertically, something which would have been all the more pleasing given the way that at the time they were…

German economic bounce to lift the euro

German economic bounce to lift the euro

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We are at an important juncture in Europe. In particular, in the eurozone. For the last few years this group of countries has been performing badly both in economic and political terms. Poor decisions combined with a lack of economic and political integration and unfortunate external interference (through terrorism and political manipulation) have led the…

Savour Just Eat’s tasty share price while it lasts

Savour Just Eat’s tasty share price while it lasts

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Just Eat (LON:JE.) at 530p is capitalised at around £3.6bn and has virtually negligible tangible assets. The gap is hope value. And things are currently going swimmingly. But the problem is that there is nothing patented or patentable in this company and, as a result, JE. is eventually wide open to devastating competition. The new…