PAI Stocktube
StockTube provides investors and traders with cutting edge video interviews from public company executives and active market participants, covering individual companies, foreign exchange, general investment themes and what the city brokers are advising their clients.

Stocktube videos found: 1506 Show results per page:
  • screen_shot_20140822_at_14.13.29.png


    Black Iron 'untouched' by Ukraine unrest - CEO

    Matt Simpson, chief executive of Black Iron (TSE:BKI), says operations have continued to operate unfazed in Ukraine. The Canadian iron ore exploration and development company is advancing its 100% owned Shymanivske project in the country, supported by an initial US$20mln investment by Ukraine's biggest company Metinvest.   Simpson says meaningful negotiations with various offtake partners are ongoing.

  • azonto_petroleum.png


    Azonto Petroleum CEO explains change of focus

    Rob Shepherd, chief executive of Azonto Petroleum (LON:AZO, ASX:APY), talks investors through the company’s move away from riskier, deepwater exploration plays. Shallow water and onshore development is now the name of the game as it means cheaper wells that can get money in the bank more quickly. “Line of sight on revenue is an important foundation to build a company on,” Shepherd says.

  • woolf_sung.png


    Woolf Sung founder on how to invest in fine wines

    Sebastian Woolf, founder and chief executive of Woolf Sung, gives his tips on fine wine investment. He explains the ins and outs of the world of fine wines, how it can be a good alternative to investing in equities, and why he is tipping champagne to be a hit over the next 18 months.

  • screen_shot_20140821_at_10.57.44.png


    Market Report: Quindell shares plunge

    Quindell (LON:QPP) shares plunge, London Mining (LON:LOND) half-year results disappoint, Rambler Metals (LON:RMM) exceeds production guidance, Beowulf (LON:BEO) to raise up to £2mln, IGAS (LON:IGAS) to drill third shale gas well, Advanced Computer Software's (LON:ASW) capital reduction rubber stamped.

  • clinigen_pg.png


    Clinigen boss Peter George on why profits are more important than revenues

    Peter George, the chief executive of Clinigen (LON:CLIN), admits the company “needs to do a better job” of explaining how profits are more important to the Clinical Trials Supply (CTS) business than revenues. His comments follow the company’s acquisition of oncology drug Ethyol from AstraZeneca (LON:AZN). George talks about the lumpy revenues in the CTS business, the drug pipeline and what investors can look forward to in the coming months.

  • market_report_2014.08.20.png


    Market Report: Glencore launches 'modest' US$1bn buyback

    Glencore's (LON:GLEN) 'modest' US$1bn buyback, Gem Diamonds (LON:GEMD) rated 'Buy' by Charles Stanley Securities Research after an excellent financial performance, production increases at Max Petroleum's (LON:MXP) Kazakhstan operations boosts annual revenue and Chariot Oil and Gas (LON:CHAR) seals Brazil farm-out deal and seeks other partners.

  • bhp_billiton.png


    VSA Capital’s Renken on BHP Billiton results and spin-off plans

    Paul Renken, senior geologist at VSA Capital, explains the repercussions of BHP Billiton’s (LON:BLT, ASX:BHP) restructuring plans, which were unveiled alongside its full-year results. While the results were slightly better than expected, the mining giant’s share price dropped around 5% as investors bemoaned the lack of a share buyback. 

  • attraqt.png


    ATTRAQT CEO on why ‘the sky’s the limit’ after AIM float

    E-commerce specialist ATTRAQT (LON:ATQT) has joined AIM with big ambitions. Chief executive André Brown explains the business model and why its services benefit online retailers. The company’s shares started trading on AIM on Tuesday at 50p and were quickly up at 54p in early deals.

  • grit.png


    GRIT’s Hutchins: The worst is over for junior miners

    David Hutchins, fund manager at Global Resources Investment Trust (LON:GRIT), says the share prices of junior miners are starting to respond to good news, suggesting a turnaround – albeit a slow one – for the embattled sector. He explains why the outlook for commodity prices is an important factor to consider when making small cap natural resources investments, as well as why he’d like to see more consolidation in the sector. 

  • botswana_diamonds.png


    Botswana Diamonds chairman on Orapa’s potential

    John Teeling, the chairman of Botswana Diamonds (LON:BOD), is hoping to find a diamondiferous kimberlite at its licences in the Orapa region – historically a  hotbed for diamonds. Teeling talks about the company’s joint venture with Russian giant Alrosa and explains why finding a kimberlite will “change the game significantly”.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  • ASX200 marks seventh straight gain

    7:43 am

    ASX200 marks seventh straight gain

    Australian stocks have ended the week on a marginally positive note with the ASX200 up 0.1% to 5,645.6 points. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is up 0.22% to 2,235.36 points while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini is up 20 points to 17,036.

  • SomnoMed marks seventh year of growth, forecasts higher earnings

    Thu 2:40 am

    SomnoMed marks seventh year of growth, forecasts higher earnings

    The rapid growth in the adoption of SomnoMed’s sleep apnea products in Europe as well as completion of its U.S. medical initiative are expected to help drive earnings growth in the 2015 financial year. EBITA is forecast at $2 million to $4 million on revenues of $32.5 million. Shares are expected to move higher today.

  • Regeneus in stem cell manufacturing partnership with Cryosite

    Thu 1:11 am

    Regeneus in stem cell manufacturing partnership with Cryosite

    The collaboration agreement on the development and manufacture of new stem cell products includes fast-tracking production of Regeneus’ Progenza human osteoarthritis stem cell treatment for preclinical and clinical trials that will enable market entry into Japan.

  • Latin Resources drills for big prize in Peru copper district

    Wed 11:30 pm

    Latin Resources drills for big prize in Peru copper district

    Rio Tinto partially drill tested the northern belt at Ilo Este back in 2000 but only reached a maximum depth of 200 metres.  Latin will commence drilling at Ilo Este which is a significant Copper-Gold Porphyry system with recent rock chip and soil samples showing high anomalous values of up to 8.4%. Let the drilling begin.