Stock Tipsters

What counts as Capitalism in 2012?

16 Jan 2012 @ 21:28
Can an economy that spends more on the individual than they earn, which takes almost all GDP for its purposes, really be considered a capitalist system at all? It is not surprising that the new capitalist countries of the developing world are catching up fast. Even against a background of a depressed global economy are […]

The right moment for a Santa Rally?

23 Dec 2011 @ 21:28
Being an investor in the current climate is like being a grouse hunter in the off season. Its frustrating and frankly boring. I topped up on some Game group. It is of course naïve to buy on the basis that some titles this Christmas are going to be the biggest on record, grossing more on launch than […]

Dog portfolio doing well

05 Dec 2011 @ 21:29
My dog portfolio is doing well again today. If only we could time the market perfectly. As Pace shoots up it is now almost back to par for me. RM effectively halved under me as I bought into my position then rebounded into profit and Game fell a third before a recovery to trail single […]

A nibble of Findel

01 Dec 2011 @ 21:29
As a PLC director I know that buying shares in your own company takes a fair amount of nerve. From an investment position it’s about as wrong as you can get. The company after all pays your wages so from a position of diversification it the worst thing possible you can do. To make it […]

2008 All Over Again

30 Nov 2011 @ 21:30
The dead cats have been bouncing. Normally I would be trying to catch these falling knives but I simply do not have the nerve at present. In a nutshell I think this is 2008 all over again and that this little rally will tilt over into a giant fall. Of course I can’t really know […]

Big Euro move faster than expected

30 Nov 2011 @ 21:30
Well the big Euro move came a bit faster than expected. Clearly this move was out of the bag on the weekend. Don’t expect any financial regulators to look into this fine piece of market insider trading though but bear it in mind for the future, that in the euro crisis the market will move […]

What I'm buying at the moment

28 Nov 2011 @ 21:30
I have been out of the markets since just before the US downgrade. My position is: keep my powder dry till the real crash happens. Yet I love stocks so it’s hard to stay away. These are testing times, but deep down I like a test – it’s the cricketer in me. I should be […]

Selectivity is the word

27 Oct 2011 @ 21:31
Well finally the leaders of Europe manage to do the blooming obvious. My Lloyds position would have made a nice return overnight but I don’t feel to sorry. Over the previous few months it has become clear to me that government measures in Europe and the UK are leaked into the market days before we […]

Focus is key

26 Oct 2011 @ 21:32
These are very difficult times to invest. The sword of European disintegration hangs over all our heads and a failure today by those that lead us will set Europe fast down the road of financial disaster. The call is between deflation and inflation, but to me it is obvious we are in for a giant […]

Leaders must grasp the real economic issues

25 Oct 2011 @ 21:33
Unsustainable government debt, broken budgets and huge trade imbalances. Wednesday is crunch-time. The EU’s 13th crisis management summit in two years, held in Brussels at the weekend, was the non-event we have come to expect from the leaders of a world economy mired in inescapable debt. Wednesday October 26 is now the big day. So […]
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