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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.
As we know Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer reckons she is "freaking cleverer than God" and proves this almost daily by sending out wholly non GDPR spam which is so complex that folks like me just don't understand a word of it. Taking time off from evading the Maltese Police, who seek her on criminal charges, and the IRS and HMRC to whom she owes money and has lied to, as well as numerous banks and other creditors, Meyer has sent another missive. Can anyone explain any of the gibberish below:
I wonder how the whore blogger, Fat Bastard himself, Mr Malcolm Graham Wood will explain this away as good news. After all that is what Frontera (FRR) pay him for. In essence Frontera has no cash, is burning cash and had to repay $2.891 million to death spiral provider Yorkville on 16 June. Problemo!
Hello, Share Scatterers. Diamonds are a glamorous play, but oh, how risky! I’ve thrown the odd thousand at a few miners hoping to find a few glittery winners. But I have usually been disappointed. Some of my long-ago picks are now so low in value that they’re not even worth cashing in. But that, as Shareprophets star contributor Wilders recently pointed out, is the dodgy nature of exploratory mining. However, there are a few diamond miners with impressive assets rather than just high hopes.
Set to delist from AIM, drowning in debt, burning cash, run by the poltroon Rita Whittingham with her love of a bloated pay cheque for herself and family members, Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP) was already the laughing stock of the AIM Casino. But today it took its incompetence to a new level. At 1.43 PM it announced...
AIM-listed Minoan has updated the market this morning on some important matters, some trivial matters, and hasn’t mentioned another (why not?). I’m not overly-impressed, but does it change my “buy” stance?
Amino Technologies (AMO) has updated on trading for its half-year ended 31st May 2018, including “as operators transform their services to IP delivery to meet consumer demand for entertainment 24/7 on any device we are seeing good traction for our three clear market opportunities - upcycling, the transition from cable to IPTV, and Android TV. Good visibility provided by our order backlog and pipeline underpins the board's confidence in full year expectations”. So why a current more than 4% share price decline?...
This podcast is not about Julie but I just pass on a conversation with a PR man for your amusement. Instead I look in detail at Autyns (AUTG), Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP and the end of its dead cat bounce, and three placings and the resultant aftermarkets: Optibiotix (OPTI), Premaitha (NIPT) and Microsaic (MSYS) and what that says about companies that can exclude Primary Bid. Is it really so bad? Finally, Paul, the idiot from Luton, has sent me £20 and 5% of Bearcast listeners have donated to the Woodlarks charity walk but 95% have not! To those who have donated I say thank you. To the rest, I know you can afford a tenner. Please follow Paul the Idiot from Luton and cough up now HERE
Back in May last year, Frontier Smart technologies (FST) was one of my few conviction buy picks at around 90p (HERE). After a strong initial performance, the share price has dropped significantly recently but the truth is that the alarm bells should have been ringing well before now. Please allow me to self-flagellate.
A February AGM statement from automotive acoustic and thermal insulation group Autins (AUTG) included “we delivered strong top line growth in FY2017 and are seeing this continue during FY2018 although still very much re-iterating that we expect a significant second half weighting to results… the board remains confident in our strategy” and on Friday there was a routine Notice of Results announcement. Now an Update on Full Year Expectations and OEM Approvals. Hmmm…
Union Jack Oil (UJO) “is pleased to announce that it has acquired a further 12.5% in the licences PEDL180 and PEDL182 containing the Wressle discovery and the Broughton North Prospect”…
I nearly choked on my morning breakfast cereal when I saw that Workspace (WKP) - who (as per the company blurb) 'provide inspiring, flexible work spaces with superfast technology in dynamic locations' - was raising about £180 million after announcing 'a great set of results' with NAV per share rising 8.8% year-on-year (to 1037p a share or just a little under the current 11 quid share price), trading profit up 20% and the total dividend (aka cash back to shareholders) up 30%.
Once branded a "hysterical witness" who was "not credible" by a Judge in one of the numerous employment tribunals she lost, Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer has a track record as long as your arm of NOT paying staff the money they are owed. That is the reason she faces criminal charges in Malta, a case she declines to attend for reasons best known to her. Winnileaks has been sent another document from a former employee owed cash, Glede Jung, in which Julie is accused of lying to a judge. A pattern emerges don't you think? Enjoy.
A couple of pieces from me today to remind investors to heed warning signs, the second of which shows that I am prone to the odd piece of blindness now and again too! First though, I’ll pat myself on the back and take a look at the latest news from Autins Group (AUTG) that I first warned on at the start of last year (HERE).
Some of those owed c£3 million by Ariadne Capital Limited (in administration) were luckier than others in that - as we have revealed thanks to Winnileaks - they were offered a personal Guarantee by Ariadne's sole director, the devout Christian, Ms Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer. But given that, when lying to the IRS Meyer claimed to be down to her last £500 and to have no income, I wonder what those guarantees are worth? Perhaps ex Ariadne employee Stuart Poyser can tell us for Winnileaks has thrown up another fascinating document (below).
Hello Share Takers. There are many contenders for the most boring company in the Footsie, so far as share action is concerned. Among the winners must be the National Grid (NG.).
Gama Aviation (GMAA) CEO, Marwan Khalek, is “pleased with the progress that we are making in implementing our 2018 strategic plan… With the strengthened leadership team now established, we are even better equipped to deliver on our strategic objectives”. Sounds good… so why a current more than 12% share price decline on the announcement including it?...
In these benign markets, the word “catalyst” is heard frequently among bears. They may agree that they have found a real turkey, but fret about what specific event will engender a sudden loss of confidence and resultant share price fall. I suggested recently that a cash crunch is the most reliable catalyst for a correction, but it’s not that straightforward as demonstrated by two of my favourite shorts - Tesla (NASDAQ - TSLA) and Telit (TCM), both of which have traded sideways for a while.
A “Result of strategic review and new funding” announcement from Imaginatik (IMTK). The shares have responded currently more than 40% lower, towards 0.60p. Uh oh…
I explain why Steffi has been a naughty PR girl (again) as I consider Andalas (ADL) - a worthless and insolvent dog which is still not coming clean. The prize is for anyone who can explain the Online Blockchain (OBC) gibberish spouted today. It really is nonsense is it not? I also want to know how it is doing in terms of cashburn and there is no pointer to that. I look at FastJet (FJET). Its PR firm - Citigate - once tried to fight off my legitimate - and now vindicated - critique of its (lack of cash) position and its failure to answer questions by saying I was motivated by a hatred of Greeks - its PR bird being a bubble. Oh the irony. Citigate, employer of fragrant Eleni Menikou, your bosses are still free speech denying, journalist smearing wankers and your client is still fucked. I also look at Westminster (WSG) and Pantheon Resources (PANR). Right I am now off on a training walk. Brokerman Dan and I have now raised more than £5,000. We are seeking to raise £20,000 for Woodlarks. That will be a game changer for a great charity. 95% of listeners have NOT donated. To those who have I say thank you. To the rest, I know you can afford a tenner. Please cough up now HERE
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