Share Talk – Steve Shares 11th of Feb

Share Talk – Steve Shares

Welcome to the NEW LOOK Steve Shares. This publication is an interactive weekly update on what’s happening over social media and the trending stocks that have made the news this week. I highlight and comment on the coming news and events in connection with the trending stocks. I provide a round up of Share Talks key company’s interviews over the last week. If you think that a certain share or a key news item should be reported on be in the next edition, let me know by contacting me my details are at the bottom of the page…
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Last Week
Last weeks Steve Shares was successful and saw followers of AEX being rewarded there with a very positive news flow this week and the share price has reacted accordingly so well done to all holders there…!

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Our future up and coming event in Cardiff is gaining momentum and has a whole evening of not only companies but also a lot of headline people and others… See the event and book here.


Steve Shares with TipTv this week updated the last week to get tickets for our Cardiff event on this Saturday coming and covered #AEX #SOLO #ARBB #FDBK 

This weeks stocks…

AEX vs Solo after successful news many holders have been asking what share to hold to gain exposure to the hottest stock this week. It almost look a certainty that Solo will need some form of funding to carry on with the drilling program, after the successful first drill do share holders mind? What share has the most potential in the longer term? As always time will tell, however the upside of it is as previously mentioned on Steve Shares this could be the next Sound Energy in the making…

This week I have been approached by @DavidMansell4 to cover

Feedback plc (LON:FDBK) This is a technology based company with multiple products in the pharmatech market. Its software TexRAD is progressing into mainstream MRI cancer screening prognosis and helping to save time and money regarding cancer patients. With any scanning equipment there is a fine line between interpretation of the imaging and the correct diagnosis and thus care and ongoing treatment. The technology can be easily integrated on any network and can be used alongside any current applications to allow for a more accurate diagnosis. This technology will allow for more information on the growth tissue type and will allow a far more accurate outcome for the patient. Results are expected soon and I hope there is so much more to come from this company. David has said anything we as PI.s can do to accelerate this technology’s commercialisation should be encouraged so bringing the stock to a wider market audience is a positive. This I agree with totally, any company making any inroads to help with any pharmaceutical product should be applauded. Clearly one to keep an eye and spread the news on. I hope the results are positive and a smooth transition into the commercialisation of the product… TexRAd is presenting papers at the European Congress of Radiology hope this bodes well for holders.
Smurfit Kappa Group (LON:SKG) I once called this a sleeping giant and the recent results underpin what potential this company holds. Cardboard0 boxes may not set the world alight or offer gains or the excitement of an aim based company however many investors overlook the underlining credentials. Their revenue grew 1.0% year-on-year, which given the markets and exchange rates is very good for a business of this size. Smurfit’s earnings rose to 15.1% from 14.6% the year before and delivered solid volume growth across its markets in Europe and the America. The group declared a final dividend of 57.60 euro cents per share, up 20% on the prior year, with its total dividend rising 17% to 79.60 euro cents. Given the stock profile and solid incomes why the almost flat line on the chart? My view is of more potential upside versus the down side risks… What are your thoughts?
Premier African Minerals (LON:PREM) and Kodal Minerals (LON:KOD) a week of good and bad progress for these two lithium explorers, but once bitten twice shy is a phrase that holders and potential new investors are spreading as investors are all wondering if the George Roach CEO and Executive Chairman of PREM will need additional funding in the short term. From their website Premier’s mission is to acquire, explore, discover and define prospective natural resources projects, with the potential for rapid advancement up the value curve. Were the deals offered by Darwin helping in the advancement up the value curve? This was asked one follower of Steve Shares and I was asked to compare the differences in the two company’s. The lithium grades in place look very encouraging on PREM’s Zulu project but looking at a comparison to Kodal Minerals grades are not as high. Looking at the market caps of the both of them is one overpriced or is one under priced? The market will have to decide on where the Market Cap’s should be, however both look to be okay over the long term as they have the product in place. What CEO would you trust to deliver better shareholder value?

Victoria oil and Gas (LON:VOG) unloved for quite a while this is one of those company’s that is happily plodding along. Producing and making record production and sales in January and with the news of drilling has sent the share price in the correct direction for holders. With reserves in place and additional gas to come if the wells are successful what is a fair share price given historical highs in the 80p range? With the company generating cash is it unloved due to lack of news flow or lack of sales? What are holders thoughts..?

Arbuthnot (LON:ARBB) Mentioned back in October in Steve Shares before a mammoth dividend was declared I highlighted that they made a quarterly profit equal to around their market cap at the time. Due an update soon could this provide a good entry point? Although the company has commented that there will be trying times ahead having an additional branch open in Manchester and additional staff should be an indicator to extra potential work and a good business base on which to build. Either this update could be a blessing or a blessing in disguise. I shall keep an eye out on the news but longer term prospects must be good if they are expanding?

What company’s do you consider undervalued and news items that the market has missed…? Let me know and I will announce via the next issue of Steve Shares…

My thought of the week

Risk versus reward, trading versus investing. I am often asked why I hold a small number of different share company’s in my portfolio and why I don’t trade. Simply put I like to find out what the potential is of any company and based against that risk I will put a percentage of my money against it, the higher the risk the less money. As with most people though, many loose sight or don’t have any aims or ambitions in which to target. When was the last time you assessed the risk reward against any aim or ambition? Want to be a millionaire? Why risk large proportions on AIM company’s? Why not allow a longer term compound growth company to make your fortune? Next week I will do a comparison of the risks or trading versus investing for the longer term and risk versus reward…

Share Talk round up – Interviews and updates

Share Talk Presents an interview with Fox Marble here.

Share Talk Presents an interview with Mkango resources here.

Share Talk Presents an interview with Regency Mining here.

Share Talk has Presented lots of other articles and can be found here.

Let me know what should be in next weeks article and I will report on the shares that matter to you…

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