Monthly Archive: July 2016

penny stocks portfolio

Penny Stock Portfolio – Part 2

Welcome to the second post in the series on penny stock investing! Today, we’ll look at the bull flags to look for when identifying potential penny stock investments. We’ll also add our first penny stock to the portfolio.

Who gets what and why

Who gets what and why – matching markets design

Today’s post is about who gets what and why. We’re going to look at this topic from four different angles – market design, globalisation, technology and inequality. Today we’ll focus on market design.

Ethical investing

Ethical Investing – Part 1

Today’s post is another guest post from Trader Tim. Tim has his own blog here, and you can also find him on Twitter here.  The views expressed in the article below are...

Small Cap Value Report (19 July 2016) – RCDO, ENTU, STAF, SFE, PEN, IDEA, BRY, GTLY, DPP | Paul Scott | Stockopedia

Small Cap Value Report (19 July 2016) – RCDO, ENTU, STAF, SFE, PEN, IDEA, BRY, GTLY, DPP | Paul Scott | Stockopedia

Brexit impact – this is probably the most important issue of the moment, determining what shares are worth, so I will continue to focus closely on what is happening. Evidence is...

Weekly Roundup, 19th July 2016

Weekly Roundup, 19th July 2016

We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. This week it was about entrepreneurship, particularly in the over-50s.