Tuesday 31 March 2015 | The one stop source for free breaking news, expert analysis, and videos on AIM and LSE listed shares
Tom Winnifrith Seminar Presentation video - why you should be bearish on shares and 5 stocks to sell
SP Angel Morning Mining Note - cutting comment on Berkeley Minerals plus Shanta, Goldplat & Ironbridge
The EFH Scandal: ANOTHER company gets involved as the stench spreads to the Main Market of the Laughing Stock Exchange
5 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith
News of new speakers at the UK Investor Show including legendary fund manager Mark Slater has seen a surge in demand for seats for the show of the year on April 18. There are now fewer than 100 of the 2000 seats left for grabs so if you want to attend book your seat now at www.UKInvestorShow.com
17 minutes ago | By Steve Moore
Today’s results from Rangers International Football Club plc (RFC) show that a new board has significant challenges ahead and raises further questions of the previous regime…
22 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith
I tried to offer a balanced view so in the first part of this series I offered the bull case on shares HERE. Now for the bear case and it should be clear where my true feelings lie. I end with five stocks to sell.
33 minutes ago | By HotStockRockets
November-recommended The Hotel Corp (HCP) has announced results for the 2014 calendar year and that it is “in talks with several parties”… The results statement added that “the board expects a positive future outcome from these discussions” and thus “believe that there is value in the company as a quoted cash shell company”.
42 minutes ago | By ShareProphets
John Meyer is in our good books today for a cutting take on events at Berkeley Minerals. Today's morning mining note from John and his colleagues at SP Angel also covers Ironbridge Resources, Goldplat and Shanta Gold as well as a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond.
1 hour ago | By Chris Bailey of Financial Orbit
If I said ‘Kingfisher plc’ (KGF) to you what would be your first response? Of course many of you are super smart and would immediately tell me that it owns B&Q, Screwfix and the more exotically named Castorama and Brico Depot, which collectively supply us with a range of DIY and home improvement materials across multiple geographies.
3 hours ago | By Nigel Somerville, The Deputy Sheriff of AIM
You might have thought that the Equities First Holdings LLC scandal would burn itself out, but not a bit of it. Step forward Mr Robert Adair, NED of Main Market listed Urban&Civic plc (UANC).
3 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith
Two weeks ago I gave a two part presentation at the ShareProphets Seminar. Part two covers the reasons to be bearish on shares and 5 shares to sell. Part one are the reasons to be bullish and serves up 5 share tips at the end. The part 1 video is below:
3 hours ago | By Steve Moore
Commenting on results from Vislink plc (VLK) last week we concluded that the share price recovery in recent months looked well merited and to have further to go. The following updates post a research update and director share dealing…
3 hours ago | By Steve Moore
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following details the shorted AIM shares (by net short position %) and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since a previous analysis HERE…
1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM
I am in a good mood today for two very good reasons (here and here) and I sense that this will endear me all the more to the Morons on the LSE Asylum especially on the Worthington board but also Quindell as we head towards PWC. Thus- in response to reader requests – with a deadline of Sunday midnight, Bulletin Board Moron of the Week is back.
1 day ago | By Waseem Shakoor
For someone who has been completely wrong about the possibility of a significant cash offer being made for Quindell (QPP), I should be thankful that I haven't lost more money on my last short trade, which I entered into at an average of about 115p. I have previously made a considerable amount shorting Quindell, but it would appear to be more down to luck than judgement, considering the levels at which I shorted successfully from.
1 day ago | By Tom Winnifrith
Slater & Gordon shares have just been suspended in Australia for 24 hours which means that an announcement for Quindell looms today and amazingly it seems as if it may well pay £640 million for QLS. What now for Quindell?
24 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith
At one level a triumph. Quindell threatened me with libel action becuase I accused it over overstating its profits ahead of and after its rescue bailout in November 2013. I accused it of fraud. It has today said those profits will be restated. It thus raised money on a fraudulent prospectus and folks should go to jail. Those who bought at 660p+ on the basis of those bogus, fraudulent profits and other lies should be demanding that Rob Terry be prosecuted becuase they will never get that money back.
2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith
In 2014 the esteemed firm of KPMG (Southampton office, three partners) started its audit of Quenron just after Christmas and by March 31 had done enough to allow Quenron to publish the 2013 results – less than three months and the job was largely done. When did PWC start work on reviewing Quindell’s fraudulent accounting policies? Early December 2014.
2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith
This release should have gone out on Friday but I guess it will go out at 7 AM Monday. In case you can’t wait here is the EMED Mining (EMED) RNS in full and it is good news but EMED is not out of the woods yet. I have also been chatting to the EMED CEO over the weekend – he seems a decent enough guy.
22 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith
I commend to you Steve Moore's excellent article on Outsourcery, the Piers Linney POS, HERE. I add a few thoughts on this Rum & Coke company. I also comment again on Rosslyn Data witha few new thoughts on slow death/quick death for the share price of Coms and on the woeful position of Sovereign Mines of Africa. There is more bad news, I am sorry to say, for my old friend Jim Mellon and Billing Services and I take a look at Quadrise Fuels.
23 hours ago | By Steve Moore
Having joined AIM under two years ago at 110p, shares in Outsourcery plc (OUT) currently trade a further more than 5% lower at sub 29p today on the back of results for the 2014 calendar year. The company though reckons it is now “in a strong position as interest in the Cloud builds and our partner relationships begin to pay off” and suggests we “need to think differently about how we measure the progress of firms just starting out on their growth journeys”. Er, thanks for the lecture from serial business failure & self important Prat Piers Linney but…
2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith
For the benefit of one reader in particular this podcast explains the difference between a share tip and a ramp, it explains pump and dump, it looks back to historic cases such as the City Slickers and explains why Bulletin Board Morons use the words differently to normal human beings.
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