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VIRIDAS (AIM:VIR) – CASH TO INVEST

May 4, 2012

This week, VIRIDAS, a small AIM company focussed on investment in natural resources released their 2011 year end figures and review. As a small investor in them, I am happy in the current key Board member, the decisions made in the latter half of 2011 to refocus the company, the investment profit generated in Jan […]

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LLOYDS – DIVIDEND POSSIBILITY SOON ?

May 3, 2012

I read with interest in the Internation Herald Tribune an article on LLOYDS BANKING GROUP of which I am a suffering (maybe not as bad as some) shareholder. The article however was quite positive in a half glass full kind of way, and is summarised below: disposals of non-core parts of the balance sheet have […]

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TOWER RESOURCES (AIM:TRP) – TARGET PRICE 80 Pence

May 3, 2012

Today saw the release of the Final Accounts for TOWER RESOURCES for the year end 31/12/2011. With these results and the update on Operations, I am extremely bullish on the possibility of a multi-multibaggerhere with TOWER. I am a share holder and and therefore of course  I maybe biased, but I ask you to just […]

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SEFTON RESOURCES (AIM:SER) – Operations Update

May 2, 2012

Sefton Resources (AIM: SER), the independent oil and gas exploitation and production company with interests in California and Kansas, is pleased to announce an update on its operations (RNS dated May 2nd 2012).  Highlights:  Oil & Gas in Kansas ·     Pipeline system on schedule to flow first gas in the summer ·     LAGGS sales line […]

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AMINEX RNS – 30th April 2012 – Ntorya-1 Update

April 30, 2012

AMINEX RNS – 30th April 2012 – Ntorya-1 Update  Aminex PLC (‘Aminex’ or the ‘Company’), an independent oil company listed on the main market of the London and Irish Stock Exchanges with exploration and development assets in the emerging hydrocarbon province of East Africa, today announces the completion of drilling operations and an update on […]

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WARREN BUFFET : TOP TEN QUOTES OF ALL TIME

April 29, 2012

WARREN BUFFET : TOP TEN QUOTES OF ALL TIME Warren Buffet, also known as the “Oracle of Omaha” is an American business investor, magnate and philanthropist. He is widely regarded as one of the most successful investors in the world. He is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and is consistently ranked amongst the […]

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SELL IN MAY AND GO AWAY, BUY AGAIN ON ST LEGER DAY…

April 28, 2012

I am sure that all investors know the famous old adage : ‘SELL in May and go away, buy again on St Leger Day,’? This used to be a byword for smart stock market investing.  The saying goes back to the days when Londonstock brokers took the summer off to launch their “gels” into high […]

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THOR MINING – DELAY IN FEASIBILITY REPORT

April 27, 2012

RNS out today confirming that the Feasibility Study report is delayed – already the share price is down 15% in (over)reaction. Maybe the SP is down as PI’s are concerned that there is a “reason” for such a delay, but personally, coming from a construction (oil & gas) background, such delays are really a common occurrence. […]

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HERENCIA LOOKING GOOD

April 26, 2012

It has been a while since I have mentioned HERENCIA, but I remain fully invested. Recently, Herencia’s Managing Director Michael Bohm commented:  “These final results from the 2011 drill program have returned some outstanding grades, particularly near surface.  Grades of plus 20% zinc, plus 30% lead and plus 1,400g/t silver are a positive way to […]

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PARKMEAD / DANA interface

April 26, 2012

Notice that  DANA / PARKMEAD are working together on this Well,….. another reason to hold & accumulate these shares. The writing is on the wall for those who want to read it: 5 yrs time = MULTIBAGGER RNS FROM 17 April 2012  The Parkmead Group plc Platypus Appraisal Well Commences in UK Southern North Sea […]

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INCREASED DEMAND FOR FOSSIL FUELS

October 20, 2011

In Paris yesterday there was a meeting of Government ministers and industry leaders as part of the International Energy Agency. The message was clear; “GLOBAL DEMAND IS EXPECTED TO INCREASE BY 33% by 2035”. Although hopeful, I am skeptical that much of this increased energy demand, alot of it now naturally being instigated by the developing nations […]

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