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On Tuesday 2nd February I dragged my sorry Butt up to Islington for the Shares Magazine / Cenkos ‘Innovators and Investors’ Conference which is something they have been running for several years now. I find it is quite a limited event in that there are not all that many Companies attending but in a way that is a good thing as it is easy to whittle down the ones I want to speak to and I can focus my efforts on them. A big danger in Investing arises from the classic ‘Too much choice’ problem.
Yet again, I seem to be addressing what I consider to be a widely misunderstood and often badly undertaken topic. The fact is that I see this as another vital step in controlling risk and keeping the Plane up in the air.
Are companies, PR, Brokers, markets underestimating the power of today’s investors?
Are today’s financial industry players paying attention to the revolution that is ongoing across the social landscape today? Twitter, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and Viber to name a few, are the powerful tools of today that privateers are using on a daily basis to communicate in public and private.
In the Brief this Week…
Andalas Energy and Power (ADL) had a busy week, announcing a new NOMAD and broker, Board changes and a farm-in agreement for the Tuba Obi East oil and gas concession in Indonesia; FinnAust Mining (FAM) announced positive survey results at its Pituffik Titanium Project in Greenland, revealing that high grade ilmenite extends offshore into the shallow marine environment; Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) was re-admitted to trading on the LSE this week; Hummingbird Resources (HUM) added US$24m and 169,000oz gold to its Yanfolila Gold Project in Mali; MX Oil (MXO) received an eye-catching US$18 million offer for its stake in the Aje Field, offshore Nigeria and provided an update on its four Mexican concessions; Noricum Gold (NMG) announced positive drill results at its Kvemo Bolnisi Project in the Republic of Georgia; Northcote Energy (NCT) completed infrastructure upgrades at the Shoats Creek Field, Louisiana, which has allowed production to commence at the Lutcher Moore #20 well; Plexus Holdings (POS) and its Malaysian JV partner won its first £0.9M well order with Talisman Energy in Indonesia; and Teathers Financial Plc (TEA) has issued an update as it continues to identify development opportunities following its suspension on AIM in December last year.
With the UKOG shareholders eyes firmly focused on the flow test results soon to arrive from Horse Hill, the company released an Executive Summary of their play in the Isle of Wight. We also received news yesterday that the rig was installed at Horse Hill to start flow tests.
Teathers Financial PLC (‘Teathers’ or the ‘Company’), the AIM listed investment company announced back in September 2015 that its wholly owned investee company, Teathers Financial Software Limited (‘TFSL’), has launched ‘The Teathers App’, a new crowdfunding App to transform the way private investors deal in listed companies through the use of mobile technology.