Monthly Archives: October 2015

My quant module for plotting shares

After updating my Arch Linux distribution, I thought I would get back into using Jupyter, the Python notebook. Using my quant module, I was able to produce this plot very simply: It shows a plot of the share price of … Continue reading

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REDD – Redde – Interesting chart consolidations

Apropos of nothing in particular, I thought I’d take a look at the chart for REDD (Redde): It’s interesting to see how REDD has periods of consolidation, which I have marked in blue. Arguably, I could have added additional ones. … Continue reading

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XLM – XLMedia – I’m sceptical

XLM (XLMedia): “The Company operates through three segments: Publishing, Media and Partners Network. Its Publishing segment owns over 2,000 informational Websites in 17 languages. These Websites refer customers to online businesses. The sites’ content, written by professional writers, is designed … Continue reading

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Investing: let us make this simple rule

And that rule is: avoid investing in companies where the RS6m (6-month relative strength) is in the bottom decile. According to some calcs I did in in November 2014 (http://pdf.markcarter.me.uk/momo2014-11-26.html), the bottom decile cut-off is at -15.6%, and the top … Continue reading

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Magic Hat portfolio: CCT in, LRM out

The MHP (Magic Hat Portfolio) on Stockopedia (http://www.stockopedia.com/fantasy-funds/magic-hat-463/) is an experiment by me to see if a human can improve on a mechanical Greeblatt Magic Formula screen. I am trying to weed out “mistakes” that I feel the screening commits: … Continue reading

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CBUY – Cloudbuy – resumes listing

CBUY (Cloudbuy) is “a United Kingdom-based provider of an integrated software platform for e-Procurement and e-Commerce for the trading of goods and services between purchasers, such as public sector bodies and their suppliers, along with the analysis and coding of … Continue reading

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GNG – GEONG Int’l – suspended from trading

London South East reports that GNG’s shares were suspended from trading on AIM on Wednesday (http://www.lse.co.uk/AllNews.asp?code=36nral97&headline=UPDATE_Geong_International_Shares_Suspended_From_Trading_On_AIM) The company late Wednesday said it faced an “unavoidable delay” inĀ  providing some banking information, meaning its auditors were unable to sign off the … Continue reading

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