Thursday, November 11

Shares Magazine and Newspaper Tips

Online Stock Trading - Shares Magazine and Newspaper Share Tips and Rumors


Share Tips

Buy - JSC Uralkali, Tate & Lyle
Sell - Carpetright

Small Cap Share TipsPhoto-Me - Buy
Clyde Process Solutions - Buy
Oxford Biomedica - Speculative buy


Tesco - Buy
Kier - Buy
Mears - Buy
Senior - Buy
African Aura - Buy
London & Stamford - Buy
IQE - Buy
Avanti - Speculative buy
Rolls-Royce - Sell
TalkTalk - Sell

PLUS marketMarshall Lake Mining - Speculative buy

Cover Story"Ten Prime Portfolio Picks": - Chamberlin, BSkyB, Dart, Cineworld, Johnson Service, Greggs, Lok'n Store, Lloyds Banking, William Morrison, Whitbread

Oil Explorers
Driller Thrillers - 8 Oil Explorers: - Afren, Cairn Energy, Caza Oil & Gas, Chariot Oil & Gas, Dominion Petroleum, Heritage Oil, Providence Resources, Salamander Energy

Directors DealsHikma growth to continue

Griller Interview
Buy - Paragon

Sector Report: Medical Supplies and Medical Equipment
Buy - Lombard Medical, Lidco and Smith & Nephew.

Jeremy Warner
Crunch time approaching for world economy

Questor Share Tips
Vodafone - Buy at 173.4p
RSA Insurance - Buy at 128.9p

IMF rushes to defend Ireland with bond yields hitting new low

Rolls-Royce: Singapore grounds three superjumbos
Sainsbury's on steady path
Cable & Wireless - Paving the way for a demerger

Tempus Share TipsGreat Portland - about right for now
Fenner - No reason to sell
Scottish & Southern Energy - Little reason to chase

Tiddler to Watch - Beacon Hill Resources - previously tipped in Shares Magazine see Beacon Hill Resources  - there has also been a RNS published today which initially led to a lot of buying (maybe) -

Beacon Hill Resources Intraday Chart

11 November 2010

Beacon Hill Resources Plc
Update on Operations at Minas Moatize Coal Mine, Mozambique

Beacon Hill Resources Plc (AIM: BHR), the AIM listed resource company, is pleased to announce an update on progress at the Minas Moatize coal mine in the Tete Province of Mozambique.


· Exploration programme progressing well - drilling has been completed and testing of coal has commenced. Initial results from the exploration programme indicate an increase in the size of the overall resource and higher yields of coal than originally anticipated in addition to lower stripping ratios than originally expected

· Production has increased to 8,000 tonnes per month, a 220% increase in production from levels seen at the time of acquisition

· Stripping of initial open pit complete with production to commence in conjunction with the commissioning of temporary wash plant by the end of 2010

· Highly experienced management team assembled to oversee mine development -led by Peter Wilson, Chief Operating Officer and Max Botta, who recently joined as General Manager

· Transport agreements in negotiation - written confirmation of capacity from both the operators of the Sena Rail line and Nacala rail line and first export shipment planned

· Discussions advancing with contractors to operate coal handling and preparation plant ('CHPP') and mine on a BOOT (build, operate, own and transfer) basis

Beacon Hill Executive Chairman Justin Lewis said, "We continue to make excellent progress at the Minas Moatize mine. The initial results from our exploration programme are particularly encouraging, demonstrating the potential for BHR Mining to significantly increase the current 33 million tonnes resource and increase yields, in particular of coking coal and export thermal coal.

"In conjunction with the exploration programme, the Group remain focussed on establishing a large open pit mine capable of producing 4Mtpa. In line with this, we have significantly increased current production, and this trend is set to continue with the extension of the current trial open pit, generating significant revenues for the Group ahead of the commencement of the main open cut mine. We are also making solid progress with negotiations regarding logistics, utilising our unique position as the only current coal producer in the region in order to secure transport corridors for our export quality coal product."


Outlook Column

Ireland stares into the abyss

Investment Share Tips
Prudential - Avoid at 623p
Great Portland - Keep buying at 345p
Charles Stanley - Buy at 247.5p

Stock market newsSoco rises - it is ripe for a takeover say brokers

Rumours of Irish bailout sweep financial markets
Mervyn King: No prospect of interest rate rise
Rolls-Royce shares slide again

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