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Wednesday 26 November 2014 | The one stop source for free breaking news, expert analysis, and videos on AIM and LSE listed shares



    21 minutes ago | By ShareProphets

    How to buy AIM shares and get massive tax breaks ( get your free guide today)

    Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your AIM listed shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explains how

    Tom

    21 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    A New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Competition

    It strikes me that we are showing favouritism to Quindell owning morons. This is a bit unfair. We should not discriminate against those morons who are backing Fitbug at any price, who think Coms is heading back to 10p or who also own Monitise, blinkx, Globo and Cupid as the remainder of their balanced portfolio. And so to win a bottle of wine this week you can post the most insane comment from any thread on any Bulletin Board below. In the event of a tie-break, a Quenron entry wins but the LSE Fitbug asylum does look a good place to search for winners.

    Beggar

    37 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Quindell - the actual note revealed as the sinner Canaccord repenteth

    Well here you go. You will note the lack of any earnings forecasts. This is a total climbdown from Canaccord on the company that just six months ago it was trying get a Full Listing for. It was also trying to help Rob Terry flog £30 million of his own shares as recently as April. A link to the full note is below.

    EPIC code: QPP

    44 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    BREAKING: Quindell – now Canaccord sticks the knife in: new research note in full

    Canaccord has not only quit as broker to Quenron (QPP) but it has now withdrawn its forecsats, buy stance and target price. In a note packed with red flag alerts it says its stance is “under review”. As I explained here the other day that means SELL!  The note reads:

    EPIC code: QPP

    45 minutes ago | By Robert Sutherland Smith

    BT – does the Telefonica bid for Orange make sense?

    Having sold its mobile business some years ago, BT (BT.A) is in talks with Telefonica about the possibility of buying the Orange mobile business for strategic reasons; to enable it to enter the growing mobile, smart phone data transmission market. That makes sense given that BT has a gap in its service offering in mobile communications and given that it is also a strong internet service provider which needs to expand demand for its services. 

    EPIC code: BT

    45 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Tom Winnifrith BearCast Special - The academic research that shows that bears & short sellers are the good guys, we are the regulators

    I spent a happy night reading an an article supporting  stock promoters and crooks and an attack on bears from Zak "Judas" Mir. Cripes it was drivel. I then read a quite superb academic paper  "Go Down Fighting Short Sellers vs Firms" from the US which is the most comprehensive study of bear raids on US firms. It analyses how they respond but demonstrates quite clearly why the bears are the good guys, why we bears are the most effective regulators against stock promotion and fraud in town. The bald and clear fact is the sheer scale of long term underoerformance of stocks in the years AFTER a bear raid. The clear message is that bears are exposing wrong doing in a way that regulators do not and that listening to bears & selling shares in companies they target rather than siding with the con artists saves you money.

    Bear

    47 minutes ago | By Malcolm Stacey

    Ashtead Share Price Keeps On Building

    Hello Share Shufflers. Let's take another peek at one of my all-time great shares. The company hires out building and industrial tools and gear and, though it's a British firm, it does a lot of business in the currently buoyant USA.

    EPIC code: AHT

    13 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Exclusive: Motive TV raises £800,000 at 0.013p - PIs rogered again

    I have slated Motive TV (MTV) time and time again as an example of what is wrong with the AIM casino ( see today’s bearcast): time and time again this POS issues shares like confetti so its investors are diluted to oblivion and a few crony capitalists make a killing. Let’s force its hand. The paperwork is almost done on the latest deeply discounted placing and it has raised £800,000 at just 0.013p. Time for a rushed statement in the morning chaps. 

    EPIC code: MTV

    20 hours ago | By Steve Moore

    Sanderson Group – review following full-year results & chat with company

    Provider of software and services to the multi-channel retail and manufacturing markets in the UK and Ireland, Sanderson Group (SND) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2014 and that its “order book does provide the board with a reasonable level of confidence, at this early stage, that the group will make further progress in the current financial year”. The following updates post a chat with management today.

    EPIC code: SND

    20 hours ago | By Chris Bailey of Financial Orbit

    Recent IPO smackdown: Zoopla vs AO World

    Who remembers back to the IPO frenzy of earlier this year?  A time when almost anything seemed possible and, if it was in a reasonable state of readiness, was floated by those oh-so-helpful investment banks. I was reminded of two names earlier today due to the publication of their results.  Zoopla (ZPLA) is the group behind a number of property websites whilst AO World (AO.) apparently is ‘on a mission to become a leading European online retailer of electrical products’ (as per its corporate website).  Both were floated earlier this year and both are nicely below their initial list price.

    EPIC code: ZPLA


    3 days ago | By ShareProphets

    The Quindell Twitter/Bulletin Board Moron of the week completion – week six

    Will this be the final week of Quenron (QPP) as a listed company? It may well be. And so this might just be the last Quindell Bulletin Board/twitter moron of the week competition. It has been fun while it lasted!  As ever there is a bottle of wine as a prize for the person who can spot the most idiotic Bulletin Board post or tweet by a Quinnovation Group Shareholder. As ever

    EPIC code: QPP

    21 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    A New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Competition

    It strikes me that we are showing favouritism to Quindell owning morons. This is a bit unfair. We should not discriminate against those morons who are backing Fitbug at any price, who think Coms is heading back to 10p or who also own Monitise, blinkx, Globo and Cupid as the remainder of their balanced portfolio. And so to win a bottle of wine this week you can post the most insane comment from any thread on any Bulletin Board below. In the event of a tie-break, a Quenron entry wins but the LSE Fitbug asylum does look a good place to search for winners.

    Beggar

    4 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith BearCast - Roble sinned but did not break the law - Quindell committed crime

    Lets nail this Roble issue in a short podcast. The hedge fund shorted Quindell (QPP). There was a deliberate event to avoid transparency which I argue is wrong. But no laws were broken. The laws need to change. On the other hand Quindell and its Board have broken numerous laws. That is the issue. Bulls keep playing the man not the ball. It will not save Quenron

    EPIC code: QPP

    5 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    What Would I do now if I was Rob Terry of Quindell?

    So far my cunning plan to help Rob Terry get as much cash as possible before the Quindell (QPP), cough, cough consultant goes to prison is working brilliantly. I advised him to resign HERE and he duly took my advice. Rob I have already accrued a £10,000 consultancy fee for that can you be a good fellow and post me a cheque with a small portion of your ill-gotten gains. Now what next?

    EPIC code: QPP

    4 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, The Deputy Sheriff of AIM

    IGas takeover of Dart Energy – is this why the company and hapless Nomad Jeffries are refusing to “clarify” the deal with Equities First?

    In January 2014, IGAS (IGAS) announced that its CEO had transferred shares in the company to Equities Frist Holdings LLC as security for a loan. We have asked several times for clarification on this because the EFH contracts we have seen all show that the transfer is of title and voting rights.

    EPIC code: IGAS

    1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Star ex Canaccord analyst Kevin Ashton says Quindell will go bust and more on that note Rob Terry got supressed

    Kevin Ashton, the analyst that Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) forced Canaccord to sack because he would not advise investors to buy the shares, last night predicted that Quindell would go bust as more details emerged on the note that Terry managed to supress.

    EPIC code: QPP

    2 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey

    Let's Go Tesco Again.

    Hello Share Punchers: Let me go out on a controversial limb and suggest you look at 95-year-old Tesco (TSCO) once more.

    EPIC code: TSCO

    5 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith Bear Cast 21st November - hard to be bearish, but.. Coms Special

    It ia hard to be mean to anyone today given how splendid Greece is looking, how warm it is and how relaxed I feel. But if you insist...it is time to take a detailed look at Coms. I also cover bear squeezes, Quindell, Beacon Hill and African Minerals

    EPIC code: COMS

    3 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Kevin Ashton, Canaccord and Quindell - the REAL truth and the hard questions

    The Sunday Times today carries some but not all of the story of how Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) forced Canaccord to gag and then fire its star analyst Kevin Ashton. In this podcast I give you the full story and the questions it raises mainly for Canaccord. Its reputation is now in tatters and it has serious questions now to answer. It needs to come clean

    Crime-Scene

    4 days ago | By Chris Oil

    Flybe still a recovery play but not such a good one

    I tipped Flybe (FLYB) at 116.5p here a couple of months ago HERE. The shares are now 100p following interims. I admit it, it was a bad share tip as the results were – as Tom Winnifrith pointedly noted on his BearCast on results day – less than impressive. I apologise to one and all for this tip.

    EPIC code: FLYB


    21 minutes ago | By ShareProphets

    How to buy AIM shares and get massive tax breaks ( get your free guide today)

    Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your AIM listed shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explains how

    Tom

    1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Star ex Canaccord analyst Kevin Ashton says Quindell will go bust and more on that note Rob Terry got supressed

    Kevin Ashton, the analyst that Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) forced Canaccord to sack because he would not advise investors to buy the shares, last night predicted that Quindell would go bust as more details emerged on the note that Terry managed to supress.

    EPIC code: QPP

    2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    A Very Simple Question for Rob Terry of Quindell

    Dear Rob, I have a very simple question for you regarding your shareholding in Quenron (QPP) and your shoddy deal with Equities First Holdings LLC.

    EPIC code: QPP

    23 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith's Bearcast - 25 November (my best yet I think)

    Angered by the failure of my Albanian workforce to turn up and start the olive harvest I felt on fire today in what will be my longest and (IMHO) best bearcast to date. On the agenda: overdraft vs long term debt in a PLC, Iofina, Acta, Eclectic bars, Quindell, Thalassa, price vs value, Concha, Fitbug, crony capitalism on the AIM casino, Motive TV, Harvey Nash and Interquest

    Bearcast

    1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Letter to the FCA: Robert Fielding CEO of Quindell is Guilty of Insider Dealing – please investigate

    We already know that the FCA is investigating Rob Terry, Steve Scott and Laurence Moorse of Quindell for insider dealing – they are clearly guilty in that they sold millions of quid’s worth of shares knowing that join broker Canaccord had quit but without letting the market know that. But now I also accuse CEO Robert Fielding of insider dealing and wonder if this is why Canaccord quit on October 21st. I have written to the FCA (and cc’d in AIM Regulation as well as the chumps round at Cenkos) asking that the FCA widens the Quindell insider dealing enquiry to include Fielding.

    EPIC code: QPP

    21 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    A New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Competition

    It strikes me that we are showing favouritism to Quindell owning morons. This is a bit unfair. We should not discriminate against those morons who are backing Fitbug at any price, who think Coms is heading back to 10p or who also own Monitise, blinkx, Globo and Cupid as the remainder of their balanced portfolio. And so to win a bottle of wine this week you can post the most insane comment from any thread on any Bulletin Board below. In the event of a tie-break, a Quenron entry wins but the LSE Fitbug asylum does look a good place to search for winners.

    Beggar

    2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith's Bearcast - 24 November

    The day before the start of the olive harvest is a day full of profits warnings. Tom discusses earnings visibility, the critical reason why AIM is failing, Naibu, Mopowered, Quindell, Verdes Management, Avingtrans, International Ferro Metals, investing in South Africa, Maple Energy. Fitbug and Oilex

    Bearcast

    1 day ago | By Lucian Miers

    Is the Fitbug hype justified?

    Until about five weeks Fitbug (FITB) was languishing in the depths of AIM. Its shares, priced at less than half a penny, seldom traded and its market cap was well south of £1 million.   

    EPIC code: FITB

    2 days ago | By Ben Turney

    Sound Oil; the saviour of Antrim Energy

    What a dramatic announcement from Sound Oil (SOU) this morning. Some might call the company’s unsolicited swoop for Antrim Energy (AEY) predatory. There’s no denying it has an aggressive feel to it, but only a fool would believe that this is a seller’s market for oil companies.

    EPIC code: SOU

    2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    The Fraud Naibu lies again – you could not make this up (but Daniel Stewart believes it)

    The China fraud Naibu (NBU) has today served up a ghastly profits warning but it gets better – it has now changed its excuse as to why a company supposedly drowning in cash has had to scrap its dividend. But Nomad Daniel Stewart, the specialist in floating China frauds, has signed off on the ludicrous statement so that is alright then. Another £6,250 pcm retainer saved for Daniel Cesspit. Ching. Ching. Coke and hokkers all round.

    EPIC code: NBU


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By ShareProphets 55 days ago

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EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks

By ShareProphets 79 days ago

 

Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explians how

71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

By ShareProphets 110 days ago

 

Get the latest ebook by Tom Winnifrith and Robert Sutherland Smith, 71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

Together Robert Sutherland Smith and Tom Winnifrith have now been working in finance for 71 years - the last ten or so together. Tom wishes to stress that RSS accounts for most of that, the great value investor starting his City career at the Unilever Pension Fund the year before Tom was born. In this book they outline 71 tricks of the trade for making money from shares.

The 49 Golden Rules of Making From from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks

By ShareProphets 124 days ago

 

Get the latest ebooks by Tom Winnifrith and Ben Turney, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks.

Iain Maitland: The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property

By ShareProphets 175 days ago

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Malcolm Stacey: Armchair Tycoon

By ShareProphets 306 days ago

The classic by Malcolm Stacey is back in a new eBook edition, Armchair Tycoon. The secrets disclosed in this book are vital for anyone wanting to make a mint from the Stock Market ... the lazy way. We have just secured another 75 copies for regular ShareProphets readers. Sign up straight away for your free copy to avoid disappointment.

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By ShareProphets 367 days ago


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