A 70% Strike Rate

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Portfolio Review January – May 2018

© Tom Gainard

OMG! we love small caps, so much so we do not like selling them!  Well certainly not too early.

 

This is because we are in for the Material Gain not just for a trading profit.  We look for companies with outstanding potential for short, medium and long growth…  which is the essence of small cap investment it  is for you to trade them according to your disposition and  changing circumstances.

 

The small cap marco-economic background is benign with the Aim All Share up 14.6% over the last 12 months, while the FTSE 100 has improved by a more sedate 7.3%.

 

It is therefore with some pride of achievement that the OMG team can report a 14.94% gain in our recommendations for the five months to May 2018, which roughly annualised would be more than 30%.  A Key Performance Indicator worth noting is that there is a 70% Strike Rate that is 14 of the 20 companies have increased since our recommendation.

 

Enjoy you weekend

 

 

Company, code, starting price. Recent price, Percentage Gain

Earthport EPO 9.25 2.49 22-May
Gan Gan 46.7 41.33
Erris ERIS 17 -1.47
Proactis PHD 109 10.09
Image Scan IGE 5.75 13.04
Mi Pay Mpay 9 31.67
One Media OMIp 8.5 32.35
Billington Biln 261 10.34
Forbidden FBT 5 8.00
Ashley Hse Ash 9.53 28.54
Pennant Pen 81.5 -4.29
Novacyt NCYT 62 -4.03
Haydale Hayd 117.5 -11.15
Gresham House GHS 825 13.33
Zenith ZEN 7.6 -17.11
Palace Capital PCA 334 5.69
Brave Bison BBSN 0.825 142.42 24th Jan
Erris ERIS 25 -33.00
Titon Ton 156.5 24.86
Shefa Yamin SEFA 105 5.71

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