PODCAST 11: WHY A STOCK MARKET CRASH SEEMS IMMINENT

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In today’s podcast I reveal:

– WHY A STOCK MARKET CRASH SEEMS IMMINENT
– 5 reasons to buy Thomas Cook
– 3 reasons why the market did what it did today
– Company news
– 3 companies I hope you avoided and 3 companies I hope you owned today.

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Companies mentioned in the podcast today are:

Quindell, Thomas Cook, RBS Range Resources, Tiger Resource Finance, Weir Group, Bellzone Mining , Sefton Resources, Anglo American, Royal Mail, Cpl Resources, Smart Metering Systems , Mattioli Woods, Johnson Service Group, Playtech, 4D pharma, Reneuron, Jupiter Fund Management, Redrow, British, Land, XLMedia.

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Justin

 

 

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