Category: Comment

Avoiding the Big Losers (July 2019) #SOM #BAG
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Avoiding the Big Losers (July 2019) #SOM #BAG

Tony Boden- August 24, 2019

In a month that saw the FTSE All-Share up by 2%, there were 77 stocks which fell by 20% or more. This level seems remarkably ... Read More

Graham’s Investing Diary (19 August 2019) – My Disney Dream
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Graham’s Investing Diary (19 August 2019) – My Disney Dream

Graham Neary- August 19, 2019

You may have noticed that my output was rather limited between mid-July and mid-August. This article explains where I was, what I was doing, and ... Read More

Tesla bulls versus NHTSA (and FTC, SEC, et cetera)
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Tesla bulls versus NHTSA (and FTC, SEC, et cetera)

Graham Neary- August 15, 2019

The short thesis at Tesla has many dimensions. Beyond the arguments which rely on financial and industry analysis, and equity valuation, there are also a ... Read More

Cube Podcast #16: Burford bothers, Tesla troubles and Distil difficulties
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Cube Podcast #16: Burford bothers, Tesla troubles and Distil difficulties

Cube Investments- August 9, 2019

For this podcast, Graham was joined by Michael Taylor (@shiftingshares). We discuss Burford (BUR), Tesla (TSLA), Distil (DIS), Thomas Cook (TCG) and Fever-Tree (FEVR). Please ... Read More

Why is IT Binary?
Comment, Small Cap

Why is IT Binary?

Tony Boden- July 24, 2019

In my recent articles seeking themes in the worst losing shares each month, early on I observed that some industries were by their nature prone ... Read More

Stories from Shortville – Trimming my Texas Hedge $TSLA $TSLAQ
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Stories from Shortville – Trimming my Texas Hedge $TSLA $TSLAQ

Graham Neary- July 16, 2019

Elon Musk demonstrated a neat turn of phrase when he said "Stormy weather in Shortville", back in April 2017. The share price at the time? ... Read More

Graham’s Investing Diary (9 July 2019) – H1 Portfolio Review
Comment, Small Cap

Graham’s Investing Diary (9 July 2019) – H1 Portfolio Review

Graham Neary- July 9, 2019

It's that time of the year when investors get their calculators out (or their Bloomberg terminals) and figure out how their H1 has transpired. I've ... Read More

What are penny stocks? – bonus interview at IG
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What are penny stocks? – bonus interview at IG

Cube Investments- July 1, 2019

The Cube Midcap Report is back tomorrow, Tuesday. Until then, here's a clip of Graham being interviewed at IG with the simple topic - "What are ... Read More

Revolut threatening to disrupt AmEx $AXP
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Revolut threatening to disrupt AmEx $AXP

Graham Neary- June 28, 2019

The Revolut app is amazing! It's the kind of app which should have existed long before now, enabling us to swap currencies at decent rates and ... Read More

Small-cap debate at IG with Graham Neary and Chris Boxall
Comment, Small Cap

Small-cap debate at IG with Graham Neary and Chris Boxall

Cube Investments- June 25, 2019

Jeremy Naylor at IG was joined for a discussion of small-cap stock picks by Graham Neary and Chris Boxall of Fundamental Asset Management. The video ... Read More

M’aidez m’aidez
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M’aidez m’aidez

Tony Boden- June 21, 2019

<Editor's note - the Midcap Report is taking a break until next Wednesday, 26th June. For now, please enjoy this latest missive from Tony Boden.> The ... Read More

Graham’s Investing Diary (19 June 2019) – Fireworks at last
Comment, Small Cap

Graham’s Investing Diary (19 June 2019) – Fireworks at last

Graham Neary- June 19, 2019

There were no trades in my portfolio for nearly two months, but the calm was shattered last week by some unexpected bad news and a ... Read More

AGMs – Top 5 Reasons Why Retail Investors Need to Attend!
Comment, Small Cap

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
Comment, Small Cap

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

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