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26Nov 2016

Share Views – Ep.18 – Jim Mellon on the ‘Domino Theory’; Markets & Politics in revolutionary times



Jim Mellon

Jim is a visionary entrepreneur with a flair for identifying emerging global trends. Most notably and very publically, he predicted the credit crunch of 2007-08 in a book entitled “Wake Up! Survive and Prosper in the Coming Economic Turmoil”. The book cited catalysts for the impending crisis including unsustainable levels of consumer debt in the western world, a U.S. housing crash, derivative financial instruments and governmental fiscal mismanagement – the rest is history! Jim followed this with “The Top 10 Investments for the Next 10 Years” (2008) and then “Top Ten Investments to Beat the Crunch!” (2009).


25Nov 2016

Share Talk – Steve Shares 25th November 2016

steve-shares-imageWelcome to Share Talk and Steve Shares. This publication is an interactive update on what’s happening over social media and the trending stocks that have made the news this week.

We highlight the coming news and events in connection to your investments and holdings. So if you think that a stock or share or a piece of news will be in the spotlight soon, let Steve Shares know by contacting me via direct message @slarratt1 or by Tweeting the hashtag below and tagging me in. It is easy, use the hashtag of #ST (Share Talk) and add your company’s ticker i.e. #ST88E and tag me @slarratt1 so I can see what you are wanting Steve Shares to feature and I can share for all to see.

25Nov 2016

Regency Mines Plc – Holding(s) in Company


Friday 25 November, 2016

Regency Mines PLC

Holding(s) in Company

RNS Number : 2144Q
Regency Mines PLC
25 November 2016

Regency Mines Plc

(“Regency Mines” or the “Company”)

Holding(s) in Company

25 November 2016

The Board of Regency Mines announces that the Company has today been informed that Paul Johnson and Michelle Johnson as of today’s date together hold 32,950,000 ordinary shares in the Company, representing a total percentage holding of 10.06%.

For further information contact:

Andrew Bell 0207 747 9960                                                       Chairman Regency Mines Plc

Scott Kaintz 0207 747 9960                                                        Executive Director Regency Mines Plc

Roland Cornish/Rosalind Hill Abrahams 0207 628 3396         NOMAD Beaumont Cornish Limited

Jason Robertson 0129 351 7744                                                Broker Dowgate Capital Stockbrokers Ltd.

This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange


25Nov 2016

Andrew Bell, Chairman of Regency Mines




Andrew Bell talks to Share Talk in relation to the Heads of Terms signed by Regency Mining to acquire a significant shareholding in Carbon Minerals Corporation located in Alabama, United States.

We discuss the mine and the further potential on the ground and the due diligence process to be undertaken before making a proposal to shareholders to complete the agreement of shareholder approval hopefully within a month.

24Nov 2016

Transocean – The Largest Offshore Driller


Transocean Logo – Smarter Analyst


  • More than $10 billion in investor capital has been wiped out from the start of the oil crash and Transocean’s stock price has dropped from almost $45 per share.
  • Transocean has a industry leading backlog of more than $12 billion and this backlog will continue providing Transocean with cash flow until the 2020s.
  • Combined with Transocean’s strong debt maturity schedule, Transocean has significant capital and is a strong investment at the present time.


Transocean Ltd (NYSE: RIG) is the world’s largest offshore drilling contractor based from Switzerland. The company has offices in more than twenty different countries and operates in many more and it operates in countries with significant demand for its rigs. In 2010, Transocean owned the rig that failed in the Deepwater Horizon spill costing the company more than $1 billion.

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