Week 21 #WOTD – Cup Week Round 2

Cup week is back again with the 2nd round, 64 teams entering and only 32 progressing to the next round‚Ķ let’s see how they did. The highest scorer this week was Melrose Industries with 6.26% (gain in the week) knocking out Smith & Nephew who recorded a 1.22% loss. Next up was Entain knocking outContinue reading “Week 21 #WOTD – Cup Week Round 2”

Week 20 #WOTD – Stop everything…

Stop everything‚ĶLondon Stock Exchange (LSEG) who have been rock bottom all year were the highest scorers for the week with a 3.9% gain! Still nowhere near getting them off the bottom but a continued run in this form would do them good. Inflation and more Bitcoin volatility hit the FTSE overall so it’s no surpriseContinue reading “Week 20 #WOTD – Stop everything…”

Week 19 #WOTD – All about the CEO

Not a great week for most this week with only a few gains surpassing 1%. This was great news for Glencore who at 0.7% for the week regained top spot after Anglo American‘s 4% loss. Lloyds Banking (LLOY) were the biggest scorers with 3.3% pushing them into the over 30s club for the year soContinue reading “Week 19 #WOTD – All about the CEO”

Week 18 #WOTD – Leaders Scoring From Everywhere

Back to the league this week and the leaders are battling it out. Second place Glencore tried to take top spot by scoring a 9.3% growth in the week but Anglo American retained their place scoring an amazing 10.8% in the week (more than each of the teams in the bottom half’s year to dateContinue reading “Week 18 #WOTD – Leaders Scoring From Everywhere”

Week 17 #WOTD – Cup Week Round 1

Finally cup week is here and a chance for the lower teams in the FTSE100 to feature and celebrate… The weeks movement ranged from an 11% loss to an 8% gain and some of the losers got lucky: Polymetal scored -7% yet were lucky enough to get a bye in this round. Next round theyContinue reading “Week 17 #WOTD – Cup Week Round 1”

Week 16 #WOTD – Can’t Score, Won’t Score

Bit of a change this week with 16 companies failing to score growth compared to 2 last week! AstraZeneca (AZN) pulled in the biggest gain at 3.2% thanks to the US clearing their proposed acquisition of Alexion Pharmaceuticals at the end of last week. Full Story This is a big step forward in their growthContinue reading “Week 16 #WOTD – Can’t Score, Won’t Score”

Week 15 #WOTD – Rio Celebrates

The bottom 5 are unchanged, however London Stock Exchange are trying their best to get off the bottom scoring a 4.7% gain this week, the 3rd highest for the league. The biggest scorer this week though was Rio Tinto (Ticker: RIO), with 6.6%, thanks to rising copper prices and their Lithium inspired greener future. FullContinue reading “Week 15 #WOTD – Rio Celebrates”

Week 14 #WOTD – Transfer News Pushes Anglo

Everyone (apart from Royal Dutch Shell A (RDSa) who were only down 0.6%) had a positive week thanks in part to a weaker pound helping exporters. Full Story The biggest move came from Anglo American (AAL), who 2 weeks ago were closing the gap and 4th in the league and are now sitting pretty atContinue reading “Week 14 #WOTD – Transfer News Pushes Anglo”

The 185K Tesla Challenge

Tesla is back on the up after reporting a good quarter of production and deliveries, with almost 185,000 deliveries made! Full Story 185,000 units delivered of any product is an impressive amount, especially within 3 months. So with my business gamification hat on, my challenge for all the entrepreneurs out there is to set aContinue reading “The 185K Tesla Challenge”

Week 13 #WOTD – 4 Day Bender Helps Diageo

This week is a shorter week due to Good Friday and some CEOs will be having a very good Friday after the weeks gains. It was a big week for the league leader Glencore (ticker GLEN) extending their lead with a 7.4% gain for the week bringing them close to a quarter up for theContinue reading “Week 13 #WOTD – 4 Day Bender Helps Diageo”