What Are Commentaries?
Commentaries are basically a set of very high level "back of an envelope notes" that cover some aspects of a company that seemed important to me when I was considering if the company is one that I would like to buy shares in.

They are not a thorough in depth analysis or even complete, they are a memory jogger for me when I see a price that looks attractive a few months later.

As there are a couple of thousand companies on the London Market you may have not even heard of the companies commented on. As you know we have no information about your circumstances, understanding of your investment goals or the level of risk that is acceptable to you.

So it must follow that it would be completely unreasonable to read these commentaries as recommendations to take an action or to refrain from taking an action.

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Date Ticker Title ID
Wed 28 Oct 2020AMLAston martin – More Positive New For The New Shareholders14191
Thu 22 Oct 2020BOOboohoo – A Reasonable Adjustment Or Fake Sympathy14190
Fri 16 Oct 2020RRRolls Royce – Share Issue Being Ignored?14189
Wed 14 Oct 2020AMGOAmigo – Will Gary Jennison Push Back?14188
Wed 07 Oct 2020GRGGreggs – A Good Business But One That I Would Currently Avoid.14187
Thu 01 Oct 2020MTROMetro Bank – Now Lower Than Their Worse COVID Dip14186
Wed 30 Sep 2020AMGOAmigo – The Board 3 – 1 Richmond Group, No JB Onto To Board14185


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