FTSE 250 News

Gulf Keystone at the Crossroads

Mar 17 2014 @ 10:09
We are only a week away from GKP’s exit from the AIM and its entrance into the Main Market.¬†The share price of Gulf Keystone Petroleum (LSE:GKP) closed last Monday, 10 March 2014, at 149.00. But something dramatic happened during the week. GKP’s share priced plunged to 120.25 on Thursday, 13 March, and again on Friday […]
 

Plethora Proving Staying Power

Mar 11 2014 @ 09:38
Opportunities to write stories like this one do not come along every day, so when an AIM listed stock like Plethora Solutions (LSE:PLE) rises to the occasion by leading the FTSE 250 with a 30% increase to 11.75, we should take a long, hard look to see what is going on and how long the […]
 

Tethys Petroleum Rises on Kazakhstan Well

Mar 07 2014 @ 09:27
Tethys Petroleum (LSE:TPL); (TSX:TPL) is certainly not be the biggest oil and gas exploration company. It also is certainly not the only company engaged in exploration and production in central Asian¬†republics that were formerly members of the Soviet Union. However, it is currently the only independent exploration and production company operating in more than one […]
 

Annual Trading Forecast on FTSE 250 (2014)

Feb 06 2014 @ 02:47
FTSE 250 (FTSE:MCX) is currently gloomy for the bulls, but a boon to the bears. The price has been trending southward and it could go further as such. This stock formed a top in January 2014 as further northward effort was rejected. Since then, it has crossed the EMA period 21 to the downside, while […]
 

The Insane Side of Investing

Jan 28 2014 @ 11:50
Have you ever wondered why there are analysts and economists? The analysts are buried in the down and dirty, devilish details, whilst the economists step back and view things on a much broader scale. The analysts exist to drive investors crazy and the economists exist to help us not get caught up in the anxiety […]
 

This Week Promises to be a Wild Ride

Jan 27 2014 @ 12:30
Actually, the ride started last week when the FTSE 100 climbed to lofty heights, tantalizing investors with the possibility that the index would establish a new high. Then, just as it seemed possible, the FTSE plunged to it’s current level of 6578. It looks like we’ll have to start the ride over in order to […]
 
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