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Provider of health, safety, hygiene and environmental consultancy services and security solutions, PHSC (PHSC) has updated including “the group achieved a positive EBITDA of approximately £184,000 for the year ended 31 March 2018, before allowing for £47,000 of redundancy costs associated with the closure of ALS, (31 March 2017: loss of £99,767)”. So, why do the shares remain depressed at a current 10.5p?...
This tweet below is just one of a number of bullish tweets about Horse Hill where the biggest investor is UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) made by David Lenigas the founder of UK and, as far as we know still a shareholder. Today it has been forced by me to fess up that a bailout placing is underway. The problem with Big Dave's tweet is that it is bollocks. As to the idea that it is a pre-placing ramp, no way Jose, not David Lenigas, this is just a coincidence.
Chris Bailey is away, so can’t enjoy his ouzo o’clock moment here on ShareProphets. Instead, that falls to me. Back on May 10, when covering the full year results of BT (BT.A), Chris wrote: …the CEO - who surely the new Chairman is considering whether to keep or not. I, on the other hand, noted only last week that there looked to be a battle going on in the boardroom. So I’ll enjoy my ouzo (but I’ll save Chris a glass)!
UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) has been forced to confirm my scoop of earlier today - that is to say that it was running a book on a placing of £5 million and is struggling. The statement marks this company out as being run by outright wankers running a busted flush. It says:
Media and entertainment group Time Out (TMO) has updated including “the group continues to trade well” and “we remain confident in meeting our strategic and financial goals for the year”. The shares have responded currently approaching 4% higher, to 83p, but why (other than natch, with Woodford Investment Management a significant shareholder), are they still down from a 150p June 2016 IPO and above 130p at the commencement of this year then?...
I am only asking because a new document has arrived at Winnileaks showing the bank balances of Ariadne Capital Partners in the Cayman Islands. Who owns this? Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer - as with some Ariadne companies or Julie + mug punters as with others? Has cash or assets been transferred offshore since early 2017 since the rest of Meyer's empire started to implode? I am only asking but am sure that those to whom Meyer owes money and has pleaded poverty such as the IRS, HMRC, three banks and numerous creditors would like to know.
I start on a rather sad personal note. Then it is onto Purplebricks (PURP) and the missing FY trading statement. Does that mean that the great day of a big de-rate looms? I look at UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) in light of today's scoop, at Strat Aero (AERO) where if you look at the real maths the current ramp has created a joke valuation, at the People's Operator (TPOP) which should be sent to Dignitas and finally at IQE (IQE) where I ask if a profits warning is imminent? 5% of Bearcast listeners have donated to the Woodlarks charity walk but 95% have not! . We are now at 26% of our £20,000 target. As I prepare for a step up in my training walks tomorrow - pushing Joshua for 7.5 miles - to those who have donated I say thank you. To the rest, I know you can afford a tenner - think of me training and cough up now HERE
Results for its year ended 31st March 2018 from foundries and engineering company Chamberlin (CMH) emphasise “very encouraging revenue growth”, though “technical issues at foundry operations undermined margins although these issues are now largely resolved”. The following updates after a chat with management…
Over the past three months Julie "lingerie on expenses" and her loathsome lawyer Julian Pike of Farrer & Co have sought to gag whistleblower John Galt, a former employee of Ariadne who has exposed the wholesale fraud at the heart of Meyer's empire. Lying to Court on an industrial scale Meyer has striven to have Galt shut down. The letter below was sent by Galt to Meyer in March and explains why he is now ignoring the threats and speaking out as are so many others. Enjoy!
Pinsent Masons was at the heart of the dirty tricks campaign Sefton Resources (SER) waged against myself and Brokerman Dan Levi as we exposed wholesale lying and fraud. Pinsents was thrashed in Court when Sefton sued us for libel. Scumbag low life motherfucker Pinsents partner Russell Booker was never disciplined so I guess it thinks dirty tricks against journalists are okay. Daniel Stewart (DAN) also sent me lawyers letters but never accepted my kind offer to "see you in Court bitchez", Anyhow the two are being sued for £180 million for their negligence over the Naibu (NBU) fraud I exposed HERE. I discuss that but also why Paul Scott should apologise to 6,000 House of Fraser staff losing their jobs in this bonus podcast.
I’ve always thought it odd when investment vehicles merely take stakes in other investment funds as one ends up with duplication of fees. There is usually an investment policy limit on such stakes, not that Mr Woodford appears to be taking the limit at Woodford Patient Capital Trust (WPCT) that seriously. Why would he - rules are for the great unwashed aren’t they?
As noted many times, but most recently in bearcast yesterday, UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) is running on fumes. It quite simply does not have the cash to both cover its (bloated) PLC costs and fulfil its exploration commitments for the rest of calendar 2018. Thus a City source close to the situation tells us that ShoreCap is - as we speak - sounding out investors about a £5 million placing. And it is struggling to find any demand.
Hello Share Twirlers. There are times, gang, when some of my favourite shares are in a quiet period. Or they’ve taken a small, and in my humble view, unjustified, knock. When this happens, it could be a jolly idea to bring them to your attention - so here are three of these stocks.
Shares in TV and multimedia content producer Zinc Media (ZIN) are currently leading the risers today – up 35%, towards 0.70p, on the back of a “US Agent Deal and TV Commission Awards” announcement…
The rehabilitation of Premaitha Health (NIPT) continues. The latest news is from India where there is not even a whiff of a patent challenge from Illumina and where our boys have signed a 3-year agreement with one of the most advanced clinical laboratory groups in the country to provide a bespoke, high quality and scaleable NIPT solution.
A 2017 sell tip of the year at a 3p bid price from myself, Sabien Technology (SNT) has today made a “Corporate Update New Order Received” announcement…
The whore blogger, Fat Bastard Malcolm Graham Wood, may try to spin today's disastrous financing news from Frontera Resources (FRR) as a triumph but as I explained earlier it is far from it. Zac "the knife" Phillips of SP Angel, the City's No 1 oil analyst, goes further with a statement that the entire board needs to be sacked. He opines:
Tissue products manufacturing group Accrol (ACRL) has updated that it received valid applications of 287.64% of the new shares available under an open offer to raise up to £1.935 million at 15p per share. That compares with a 22.5p prior close, but also more than 130p as recently as October 2017, so where now?...
Today's bearcast is slightly delayed by the LSE IT glitch but here goes as Joshua and I prepare for coffee with the fit young mums and then another training walk, this time with Joshua. In the podcast I cover UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Interquest (ITQ), Sound Energy (SOU) Feedback (FDBK), which wins bullshitter of the day award, and Frontera (FRR). Now, 5% of Bearcast listeners have donated to the Woodlarks charity walk but 95% have not! And we are now at 26% of our £20,000 target. As I prepare for a training walk - pushing Joshua - to those who have donated I say thank you. To the rest, I know you can afford a tenner - think of me training and cough up now HERE
Oh Dignity (DTY). After last week's shocker – commented on HERE, following the announcement of the CMA funeral sector review, today's AGM statement from the UK's leading funeral related services company continues to be desperately mixed...and the rationale for owning the shares remains buried below the harsh realities of a sharply changing industry.
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