The investment landscape started to change rapidly in the late 90’s and whilst I had had a very good run in Blacks Leisure, JJB, MSB International, and Severfield Reeve as the prices started to fall back I took my profits and also booked slight loss on Harvey Nichols: all stocks that had been identified via Jim Slater’s methods. In those relatively early days, I would only be running around 6 to 8 stocks in my portfolio. It’s a crazy feeling because at the time I was beating myself up for having made only a 60% profit on this basket of shares. I thought to myself “if I had been smarter and sold at the top my gains would have been way over 100% for no more than 18 months of investment. Thankfully, I don’t think that way anymore and can live very comfortably with myself in the knowledge that I will probably never be able to purchase at the bottom and sell at the top. However, I did take quite some more years investing before I could leave my remorse of not selling closer to the top behind me.
A little over a year ago, we launched St Brides Partners – an employee owned business made up of passionate strategists and storytellers – and in that time we have grown as a company, in both size and scope. In honour of these changes, we have a brand spanking new video to give you some insight into what we do and why we love working here! You can view the video on our website.
88 Energy Ltd produce an overview of Project Icewine for investors. The second phase of the primary unconventional play is now underway after successfully drilling their maiden well towards the end of 2015.
A presentation release in June can also be found on the link below.
LSE Share Talk spoke with Stephen Sanderson about #UKOG RNS update Upgrade to Portland Oil in Place, Weald Basin.
Stephen Sanderson, UKOG’s Executive Chairman, who has over 35 years of relevant experience in the oil industry, explains in great detail the HH-1 well which UKOG owns a 27.3% interest in the Licences, which are operated by Horse Hill Developments Ltd.
Nutech’s Report details that the production of dry oil from the Portland, with little or no observed water production, required a rethink of the pre-flow test petrophysical model. Revised petrophysical model will be used to update Xodus’ 2015 estimates of the total OIP contained within the mapped Horse Hill Portland oil accumulation.
Stephen Sanderson explains in detail the following comment “The applications will seek permission to conduct a programme consisting of the production flow testing of 3 Kimmeridge Limestone zones plus the overlying Portland over a total flow period of up to 360 days, plus two further appraisal/development wells and the acquisition of 3D seismic data.”
LSE Share Talk speak with the newly appointed company Executive Director of Greatland Gold PLC #GGP Gervaise Heddle.
We cover yesterday’s market announcement ” Strategic Financing Update” in greater depth and listen to Gervaise explain the future business model for the company moving forward.
Greatland Gold plc is London listed (LON:GGP) natural resource exploration and development company with a current focus on gold and nickel exploration projects. The Company has four main projects; two situated in Western Australia and two in Tasmania. All projects are 100% owned by Greatland.
LSE Share talk catch up with Andrew Bell to talk about Horse Hill Update – Upgrade to Portland Oil in Place RNS 19th July 2016.