Category: Comment

AGMs – Top 5 Reasons Why Retail Investors Need to Attend!
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AGMs – Top 5 Reasons Why Retail Investors Need to Attend!

Simon Hedger- June 14, 2019

The Companies Act 2006 provides an obligation on every listed (public) company to hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM) each year within the period of six months ... Read More

Graham’s Investing Diary (4 June 2019) – Neglect bordering on sloth
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Graham’s Investing Diary (4 June 2019) – Neglect bordering on sloth

Graham Neary- June 4, 2019

I must begin this article with an apology, for it has been nearly two months since my last diary entry. It's time to bring you ... Read More

April Fools – Can we learn from the worst performing stocks in April 2019?
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April Fools – Can we learn from the worst performing stocks in April 2019?

Tony Boden- May 16, 2019

The Prologue There is a school of thought, for which I have a lot of time, that the easiest way to consistently achieve market beating ... Read More

Tesla – The mountain of burning capital grows larger $TSLA $TSLAQ
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Tesla – The mountain of burning capital grows larger $TSLA $TSLAQ

Graham Neary- May 2, 2019

Telsa observers (both long and short) are today processing news that the company wants to raise capital. It wants to issue both bonds ($1.35 billion of ... Read More

Late bubble investing at its finest $TSLA $TSLAQ
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Late bubble investing at its finest $TSLA $TSLAQ

Graham Neary- April 12, 2019

Tesla will host an "Autonomy Investor Day" on April 22, hoping to convince Wall Street that it deserves to be valued like Lyft (just IPO'd ... Read More

New, exotic IPOs require caution
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New, exotic IPOs require caution

Graham Neary- April 10, 2019

One of the things that happens when you're trawling the RNS feed every morning is that you end up reading about strange and wonderful IPOs. ... Read More

Graham’s Investing Diary (6 April 2019) – Slowly, Slowly
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Graham’s Investing Diary (6 April 2019) – Slowly, Slowly

Graham Neary- April 6, 2019

It's been just over a month since my last update, so it feels like a good time to give you an update on my recent ... Read More

7 Signs of Ethical Collapse at Tesla $TSLA $TSLAQ
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7 Signs of Ethical Collapse at Tesla $TSLA $TSLAQ

Graham Neary- April 5, 2019

A book published in 2006 has recently resurfaced in the context of Tesla (TSLA) (latest share price $268, market cap $46 billion). The book is titled ... Read More

Don’t count your chickens – even when they have hatched #FTC #IQE
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Don’t count your chickens – even when they have hatched #FTC #IQE

Tony Boden- March 26, 2019

Everyone loves the idea of that one stellar multi-bagger that makes their fortune don’t they? Even though I think there are easier and safer ways ... Read More

Musk’s lawyers mount a spirited defense
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Musk’s lawyers mount a spirited defense

Graham Neary- March 23, 2019

It's not my intention at all that this should become some sort of Tesla blog, but the news has come thick and fast in recent ... Read More

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Tesla bull blames chaotic strategy on lack of capital

Graham Neary- March 21, 2019

One of the few Tesla bulls I really enjoy listening to is Galileo at Hyperchange TV. He has done a huge amount of research into ... Read More

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Tesla’s Tapestry of Red Flags $TSLA $TSLAQ

Graham Neary- March 14, 2019

This is an unedited clip of my live-stream in the Cube Investments chat room on Wednesday, 13th March. I discuss a wide range of red ... Read More

Looking to gain confidence with financial statements? Let me help!
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Looking to gain confidence with financial statements? Let me help!

Graham Neary- March 13, 2019

My next Financial Statements Seminar is coming up on May 11, 2019. It will be the biggest one yet, incorporating all of the lessons I've learned from ... Read More

Graham’s Investing Diary (5 March 2019) #BRBY #NXT #PCF #CMCX
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Graham’s Investing Diary (5 March 2019) #BRBY #NXT #PCF #CMCX

Graham Neary- March 5, 2019

While my complete portfolio is available on my Twitter feed, I'd like to talk through what's happening with the portfolio in detail and lay out ... Read More

Copying Warren Buffett’s structural advantages – including his “secret” one
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Copying Warren Buffett’s structural advantages – including his “secret” one

Graham Neary- February 25, 2019

Over the weekend, Berkshire Hathaway published its latest annual shareholder letter. While Buffett's views on the American economy and the latest accounting rules might be ... Read More

The Art of Execution – What to do when you’re winning
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The Art of Execution – What to do when you’re winning

Graham Neary- February 21, 2019

If you read the first part of this review, you won't be expecting me to lavish much praise on this book in the conclusion. But it ... Read More

The Art of Execution – What to do when you’re losing
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The Art of Execution – What to do when you’re losing

Graham Neary- February 18, 2019

This will be the first half of a review of The Art of Execution by Lee Freeman-Shor. The book deserves five stars for its title, which is ... Read More

I like to be in America – Top 20 US shares for UK/Euro investors (Part 2)
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I like to be in America – Top 20 US shares for UK/Euro investors (Part 2)

Graham Neary- February 16, 2019

This is Gold content! Not logged in? Log in/Register. If you're logged in, you can unlock this post by upgrading to Gold Membership. Read More

I like to be in America – Top 20 US shares for UK/Euro investors (Part 1)
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I like to be in America – Top 20 US shares for UK/Euro investors (Part 1)

Graham Neary- January 21, 2019

The USA accounts for something like a third of total stock market capitalisation - worth more than all of the major European markets put together. ... Read More

What Peter Thiel and Richard Branson have in common
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What Peter Thiel and Richard Branson have in common

Graham Neary- January 14, 2019

While on holidays in Greece over the past week, I managed to finish reading Zero to One by Peter Thiel. It's an easy read - less ... Read More

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