iballuk's Videos 354 videos
After a horrible year, that the Game Group could deliver more than just virtual dead terrorists. This would be good, even if it might overwhelm the NHS with new patients suffering from RSI.
  • 10 Dec 2009
  • 174
Add To
Share Video

If Cobham sounds like a rather nondescript dormitory town in Surrey, that is because it is.  It's also a massive UK company dealing in the defence industry. And as we all know, defence is pretty hot stuff. You might say it's a great, er, defensive stock.
  • 9 Dec 2009
  • 158
Add To
Share Video

If you like the pharmaceutical sector as a decent play for turbulent times, then this could be one for you. It has certainly delivered for its shareholders over the last few years, as well as a few of its happy(er) customers.
  • 7 Dec 2009
  • 279
Add To
Share Video

Barratt Developments has come along way since the heady days of the 1980s. Today, the housing market has yo-yoed all over the shop. So much so that no-one knows whather to buy in, drop out, get in or throw up....
  • 3 Dec 2009
  • 75
Add To
Share Video

The alternative health industry is huge. It has as many exponents and fans as it does detractors and charlatans. But here and there is a company which seem to be a sensible player in a more often than not wild world. So, Provexis and its ‘digestive comfort’ products might see it make solid movement on the stockmarket.
  • 1 Dec 2009
  • 146
Add To
Share Video

Cadbury, one of Britain's finest and most respected companies in under attack from across the water. Yes, Kraft Foods want a piece of the UK's favourite confectioner, well actually they want all of it. But will they succeed?
  • 27 Nov 2009
  • 180
Add To
Share Video

Weatherly International is an AIM-listed base metals producer with operations in south west Africa. No better excuse then, albeit a completely tenuous one, to cover this well-traded stock with reference to the great Bard himself.
  • 26 Nov 2009
  • 271
Add To
Share Video

Buses, as the old cliche goes, keep you waiting for ever and then all come along at once. So do carbon sensitive bus companies apparently. So, here's the story of Optare. And by way of a special treat, there's some serious investment wisdom too.
  • 25 Nov 2009
  • 671
Add To
Share Video

Like honey bees to a hive, shoppers have been flocking to Morrisons for its cheap prices throughout the credit crunch. It seems even Richard Hammond’s naff hair hasn’t deterred those price conscious hunters.
  • 24 Nov 2009
  • 263
Add To
Share Video

Nostra Terra seems to have all the right bits and pieces in place, solid interest in apparently untapped wells in a country with a stable political regime - well, if the US can be described as that. So we thought we had better have a look at it for you.
  • 23 Nov 2009
  • 212
Add To
Share Video

Banco Santander has featured heavily in the UK banking scene and promises to do again. A great survivor from the crunch there are more acquisions to come. So, it might have escaped the crunch but it's not going to escape a good iBalling for long...
  • 17 Nov 2009
  • 286
Add To
Share Video

Ascent is an intriguing looking exploration company that, refreshingly, drill in places we have heard of. Early days yet but it does seem, with a recent spectacular share price rise, that quite a few people think there's something in it.
  • 10 Nov 2009
  • 117
Add To
Share Video

Break it up, buy some more, sell it, what’s to do – and that’s just the UK government, never mind what we are going to do. Still, whatever you decide to do there is one thing you know for sure. It certainly isn’t going to be dull...
  • 5 Nov 2009
  • 1 077
Add To
Share Video

Antofagasta is a huge copper miner named after a town in Chile where it all began back in the days when mining was just a hole in the ground. And copper, at more than $6000 a tonne means it is a real commodity!
  • 2 Nov 2009
  • 234
Add To
Share Video

New media has companies and processes which sound impressive are in fact cobblers. But all of a sudden out of the ether came a 'numedja' marketing company called Brainjuicer which filed some impressive results. So we thought we'd have a look at it...
  • 30 Oct 2009
  • 123
Add To
Share Video

Life scienes companies are always a punt, but there is a lot to be said for Verona Pharma here. So let's have a game involving a volative share price, a box of tissues and a few red boxes.
  • 28 Oct 2009
  • 205
Add To
Share Video

Stem cell research has been controversial in some conservative quarters but the benefits to medicine are beyond doubt. Not surprisingly then, it takes a Dutch company to embrace both camps and look to the future....
  • 25 Oct 2009
  • 429
Add To
Share Video

So much has gone on in the fiscal universe in 2009, and in the middle, as always, is us. As election fever begins to tighten its grip on Britain’s collective psyche – we can resist no longer. It is time to get political.
  • 24 Oct 2009
  • 221
Add To
Share Video