First a couple of appearances on Share Radio to mention, one on Tuesday:
As always on a Tuesday you can listen to me at this link talking about stocks on Share Radio.
Yesterday the discussion included observations on the following plus many others:
HSBC's shares plummet after the bank announces a fall in annual profits, Government finances record a £9.4bn surplus in January, £0.3bn higher than the same month last year and the highest January surplus for 17 years, Yahoo agrees to a $350m cut on its original $4.8bn sale of its core-business to Verizon and more.
And then one today (Wednesday) here where I comment on (among other matters):
Lloyds 'did everything right': biggest profit since fin crisis & Hotel Chocolat in retail nirvana
Meanwhile in the latest edition of the UK Investor magazine...
Read why apparently I think i am Tony Hadley / suffering some form of mid-life crisis here