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A we reached the end of 1999, the paper profits were just becoming unreal and investors were buying into the idea that this one way trip would go on and on: you even had people in well-paid jobs that had become totally seduced by the technology/.COM story and had given up employment to become full-time investors; fortunately I never really got that feeling. The Sunday Times carried a regular feature entitled The Diary of a Day Trader featuring a chap who had quit his secure job during the .COM boom to become a full-time trader working from home.
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Welcome to the feature from Share Talk. This is an interactive update on what’s happening over social media and the trending stocks that have made the news this week and why. We will also have a look at up and coming news and events in connection to your investments and holdings. I will also provide a round up of Share Talk activities this week.
If you think a stock or share or a piece of news that will be in the spotlight soon let us know by contacting me via direct message @slarratt1 or simply by following the new hashtag below and tagging me in. The more you put into this feature the more news and thoughts can be known about your stocks and holdings. Could your stock be a potential under the radar company that others could be interested in? Could it be a little unknown gem that you want to shout about or share a key piece of research on?
The first episode of London South East’s (lse.co.uk) excellent new TV Show for Traders and Investors’ : Share Views’.
Hosted by Zak Mir (Zaks Traders Cafe), the guests and topics are: Graeme Dickson from Optiva Securities (Stockbrokers) discusses the Most Traded Shares, Hot Shares (Chat-wise), Risers, and Fallers. Gervais Williams from Miton Group (Fund Manager) discusses the post-Brexit impact on the Airlines and Banking sectors. Scott Grant from London South East provides a brief introduction and tutorial on lse.co.uk’s ‘myTerminal’ Dashboard; available to L1 and L2 Subscribers.
LSE Share Talk spoke exclusively with Philip Knowles CFO of Stellar Diamonds (STEL). He expanded upon Stellar’s RNS regarding their proposed Joint Ventures in Guinea and Liberia with significant earn-in investment for development with Dubai based Citigate Commodities Trading. http://stellar-diamonds.com/news/press/proposed-joint-ventures-in-guinea-and-liberia-with-significant-earn-in-investment-for-development .
Keras Resources Plc released their Quarterly Report to the market.
We speak to the CEO, Dave Reeves, to get an overview of the past few months. Dave explains what lessons have been learnt and news to be expected in Q3 2016.
LSE Share Talk spoke with Joao Andrade, CEO of WideCells Group with regards to their ground breaking IPO on the London Stock Exchange. In addition, to glean how with first mover advantage, the global stem cell services provider intends to enable affordable access to stem cell treatments globally. Joao also provides detail about the company’s innovative CellPlan, the world’s first global stem cell healthcare plan.
LSE Share Talk speak to Michael McNeilly and Paul Johnson leading up to the Metal Tiger AGM being held on the 29th of July.
They provide an update on Thailand, Botswana and Spain following on from the Corporate Update released on the 19th of July.
Welcome to the 20th SHARE TALK’S CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @NickBritton_ Nick Britton, the Head of Training at the Association of Investment Companies (AIC). Nick leads the trade association’s Adviser training programme.
After reading English at Cambridge University, Nick began his career in journalism in Shanghai, China, before spending time as a freelance editor in Australia. He joined Vitesse Media in 2007, where he edited GrowthBusiness.co.uk and Business XL magazine, before becoming Head of Research and then Managing Editor in 2010. Nick then spent a year as Head of Research and Editorial at Fast Track, before re-joining Vitesse Media as Editor of What Investment magazine. He then joined AIC http://www.theaic.co.uk/ in his present role in February 2015.
This morning Share Talk speak with Sydney-based Mr Heddle on his new appointment as a Non-Executive Director of Thor Mining PLC.
Gervaise answers shareholders questions What the future holds and how the company will transform over the coming months.