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Those who backed the IPO of technology investment company Frontier IP (FIPP) in 2009 are still nursing heavy losses but recent weeks has seen some interesting buying and the shares have moved ahead to 13.75p. Has the corner been turned?
The Pinsents Masons enquiry into Jim Ellerton just got a bit longer thanks to Dan Levi’s smoking bazooka revelation of yesterday which means that without ambiguity one can say that Jim Ellerton is a liar and a criminal. The only question is what sort of criminal? I discuss below where Jim will be prosecuted and for what and what this means for Sefton and me.
In this week’s video postcard Tom discusses why only bad companies such as Sefton and Cupid use lawyers to bully their critics. He also covers the joke outfit that is the AIM Regulation team.
With its own lawyer, Russell Booker of Pinsent Masons, admitting that the Sefton libel case against myself and Dan Levi is in tatters with its sole witness (liar and crook) Jim Ellerton having been booted off the board in disgrace and now (in Booker’s words) “discredited,” the way is open for Dan Levi and myself to launch claims against Sefton. Will this sink the ship?
David Franklin is chief strategist at Sprott Asset Management, the world’s best known resource stock investment company. In his latest missive he flags up something some investors seem to have missed – what is happening in Zimbabwe South, aka South Africa, which could sent gold prices shooting ahead. He writes:
Shares in electronic display and related technologies focused company Densitron (DSN) currently trade just over 4% lower today, at 5.75p (capitalising the company at £4 million), on the back of its results announcement for the first half of 2013. The following reviews…
The resurrection of Enables IT ( EIT) from the shambles that was Nexus seems to be accelerating and news today that non exec director Marcus Yeoman had bought 37,500 shares at 41.5p begs the question should you follow suit?
Infamous short seller Evil Knievil has, we can reveal, today purchased several million shares in Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) at 1.33p.
Earlier this month I wrote on the boardroom fallout at AIM-listed Bglobal plc (BGBL) ahead of a General Meeting which had been requisitioned for 15th August seeking to remove Peter Kennedy from office and appoint, fellow shareholder Hawkwood Capital’s, John Grant as Chairman “to carry out the specific task of carrying out a strategic review of the company, which may or may not result in some or all of its business being sold”. The following updates on subsequent developments…
TomCo Energy (TOM) has seen its shares all over the shop of late, forcing the company to issue a statement saying there was nothing afoot. Could it just be that the shares are cheap? I think so.
Shares in leading global supplier of advanced semiconductor wafers IQE plc (IQE) were marked 4% higher yesterday to 29.75p-30.25p, on the back of an announcement that Solar Junction Corp has, on IQE high-volume, production-qualified wafers, set a new world record of 44.1% cell efficiency (certified by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory) for production scale concentrated photovoltaic wafer technology. This is just the start.
The U.S. Comex gold futures were flat on Thursday after dropping 0.18 percent on Wednesday when the July FOMC minutes were released. Gold prices were roughly unchanged week-to-Thursday although the gold futures traded up to $1,378 during Asia Friday morning. The Dollar Index rebounded 0.72 percent in the past two days to finish at 81.488 on Thursday.
Another day and another RNS from Sefton Resources (SER) but with two names missing. The liar and crook Ellerton is off the board temporarily until he is fired permanently next week while PR guru Alex Walters of Cadogan has also been hung out to dry. As to the content it is pitiful and misleading. The fingerprints of IR buffoon Doc Green are all over this.
Liar and crook Jim Ellertion has stepped aside pro tem from the board of Sefton Resources (SER). That is not enough he should resign at once without compensation and never darken Sefton’s doors again. Dan Levi (aka Brokerman Dan) has written by email to Mr Ellerton to explain why the liar and crook should quit now. Dan writes:
AIM-listed education, health and sport & gaming media business, Electric Word (ELE) has announced results for the six months ended 31st May 2013 showing an adjusted pre-tax loss of £0.354 million, compared to a corresponding prior year period £0.422 million profit, on revenue 13.9% (£1.08 million) lower at £6.65 million. However, as the following explains, these numbers do not convey the whole picture.
Black Mountain Resource (BMZ) is an AIM listed silver mining company with three projects in the United States, Its Conjecture mine is in Idaho, the New Departure and Taboor projects in Montana. All are well positioned and historic data indicates they sit on potentially huge resources. That is not discounted in the share price today.
AIM-listed recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) has updated that it “has enjoyed strong trading in the first half and currently expects to achieve a satisfactory performance for the year”. The shares currently trade approaching 4% higher, at 80p, in response and the following reviews…
The 666 shirt of investigative financial journalism is out of retirement for a few more days as liar and crook Jim Ellerton clings on to his corporate career for a bit longer. This morning he has stepped down from the board of Sefton (but will carry on as a consultant on full pay) because of “allegations made in two Internet publications against Jim Ellerton, the Company's Executive Chairman, and certain documentation received”
It is being reported by some publications that bear raider Evil Knievil has gone long of Sefton. That is an untruth. Knievil told shareprophets “I have never bought a Sefton share in my life and remain short – target price 0p”
The Competition Commission yesterday announced that Cineworld Group (CINE) could have to sell three cinemas after provisionally concluding that its acquisition of the Picturehouse chain may lead to a substantial lessening of competition in Aberdeen, Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge. The following updates, together with broker reaction to the news…
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