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BT Group

Flor Crowley: BP can no longer maintain dividends, capex and debt at the level it wants, smth. will be compromised #bearish


John O'Donoghue: to Pay $269 Million Over U.K. Accounting Scandal. Such accounting scandals and acqusion of Booker despite opinions of many shareholders is a signal of an over productive competition in the industry... #sell

Royal Dutch Shell

Flor Crowley: Shell sees quarterly profits plummet 70% as low oil price bites #bearish


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$MGNT  Magnit PJSC 80%
$DOTD  Dotdigital Group 75%
$JE.  Just Eat 67%
$RDSB  Royal Dutch Shell 63%
$PRU  Prudential Plc 63%
$SCL  Schlumberger 67%
$AAL  Anglo American 67%
$TLW  Tullow Oil 83%
$VOD  Vodafone Group 57%
$QPP  Quindell 57%
$PSON  Pearson 67%
$DLN  Derwent London 100%
$NLG  Arria Nlg 100%

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Nikhil Mahadevia 03 Mar 2018, 20:26

$IMI yesterday IMI reported preliminay FY2017 results. Quite a good set of numbers. Revenue and adjusted operating profit growth was 6%, dividends per share growth 2%. The only disappointment was decline of OCF at 11%. Still #bullish

Nikhil Mahadevia 03 Mar 2018, 20:17

$IMO not an easy company to understand but reasonable growth every year. I am still #bullish


John O'Donoghue 27 Feb 2018, 13:45

$CROS will report 2017 results on March 13. This will be the first year since they cancelled web apps business when they are profitable #buy


Barry Gardiner 04 Feb 2018, 09:08

$IMO high economies of scale and continued growth will increase margins in 2018 #buy


John O'Donoghue 11 Jan 2018, 22:04

$LRM this nice and promissing company is being acquired by Vermeg. Sad that public shareholders are now out of the game. Good luck Vermeg! #bullish


Barry Gardiner 29 Jul 2017, 19:13

$ACA Tanzania sent Acacia Mining Plc a tax bill equal to almost two centuries worth of the gold producer’s revenue. The government issued the company, which mines all of its gold in the African country, with a $40 billion tax bill and another $150 billion in interest and penalties, Acacia said in a statement Monday. #sell #run_away


Stephen Dixon 01 Jun 2017, 21:51

$JE. what a nice run from 575 mind-may to 675 today! And the stock still have potential to grow as industry consolidation just started. #buy


Barry Gardiner 01 Jun 2017, 21:44

$FEVR has a long way to grow. Those investors who thinks it's too expensive now should look for any future weakness (approximately 10% drop from current prices) in the shares as a buying opportunity. #buy


Barry Gardiner 01 Jun 2017, 21:39

$EVE the stock is quietly tanking: 96p today vs. 101p at IPO #sell


Barry Gardiner 29 May 2017, 20:32

For $EVE to justify its current valuation they need to reach £200m revenue which would be tough for the addressable EU market of £5 billion (4% market share). But investors in such risky companies want growth. So to get 50% return they need to reach 6% market share which would be very hard for so fragmented market where they still sell very expensive mattresses vs. say IKEA #bearish


Ray McNamara 24 May 2017, 19:51

$EVE this made EVE Sleep deeply unprofitable #bearish


Ray McNamara 24 May 2017, 19:49

$EVE the company focused on pumping up revenues before IPO: conversion fell from 0.9% in 2015 to 0.6% in 2016, CPA increased from £176 to £245. This means 2017 will not be good in either revenue growth or profitability #bearish


Stephen Dixon 23 May 2017, 20:26

Like Telegraph correctly notices, "many investors were also quick to dismiss Fevertree $FEVR and Purplebricks PURP when they joined the stock market for having unrealistic growth ambitions... Now Fevertree is up 1,139% since floating on the stock market in November 2014; and Purplebricks has risen by 253% since its IPO (initial public offering) in December 2015." $EVE has real chances #bullish


David Lyons 21 May 2017, 12:03

$EVE they are not unique at all - there is Simba mattresses with almost exactly the same business model and prices. Also, there are tons of competitors selling mattresses online, especially on Amazon #bearish


Flor Crowley 20 May 2017, 22:36

$EVE Eve Mattress's business model makes a lot of sense for me, and I tried to check prices. Eve's 160*200 matress price is £749 while Memory foam mattress MORGEDAL from IKEA has a price of £180. Does EVE have competitive advantages? #sell