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The title explains it all. Enjoy. Meanwhile.. we are almost at £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
Obtala (OBT) has announced results for the 2017 calendar year, including emphasising “an increase in year over year revenues of more than 13x, provides clear evidence that the group is unrecognisable from its position just 18 months ago”…
When news came on Friday that trading in the shares of Weatherly International (WTI) had been suspended and that the company was being placed into administration, unfortunately it didn’t really come as much surprise to me.
An announcement from Ariana Resources (AAU) emphasises “significant resource increase at Kepez prospect” (part of the 50% owned Red Rabbit joint venture) and includes “in addition, we believe there is scope to enhance this resource further”…
Tom yesterday spoke on his Bearcast about his life six years after Rivington Street Holdings, the listed company that he had founded in his Shoreditch flat.
In today's bearcast I celebrate six years of being a full time investigative writer not a crony capitalist. I take issue with Roger Lawson on the deadwood press and how the view me but agree partially with him on Inheritance Tax. I explain why there is a flood of Julie Meyer material and why it is justified. I look at Alfa Financial (ALFA) and its 1 year anniversary profits warning. I update on the African Potash (AFPO) class action against its Nomad Cantor Fitzgerald and how things are moving and why this could be my crowning achievement. Finally.. we are almost at £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
When investing at the speculative end of AIM, I think it is critical to try to avoid sudden disasters or unexpected suspensions as a sensible stop-loss strategy can usually deal with most other occurrences. Accordingly, I thought I would flag a potential issue in the making at Appscatter (APPS) as the current risk / reward pay-off looks way off.
After a while obsessing about knickers, you collectively stumbled towards the correct answer, or at least the one I sought in Friday's odd one out result. "Gadzuric" got it almost perfectly correct. I asked HERE who was the odd one out: the divine Britney Spears, Canada's Bryan Adams, the late page 3 bird Suzanne Mizzi and Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer.
Catenae Innovation (CTEA) has announced a “first agreement for the provision of Trust in Media's Fanbase service to one of the UK's largest entertainment promoters representing some major names in the music industry” – helping the shares up to a current 0.15p to buy…
Previously writing on Safestyle UK (SFE), it was “pleased” with interim legal outcome… but clear challenges remain - this with interim court orders “preventing Safeglaze UK and certain named individuals from undertaking various actions, and an order requiring them to provide specified documents to Safestyle”, though I noting this all follows ANOTHER profit warning last month – which noted “intensified” new competitor (i.e. Safeglaze) activities, with also market and operational challenges. Now an announcement entitled “Discharge of Loan and Security”…
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following shows the shorted AIM shares with positions from 2017 and thus far in 2018 (by net short position %) - and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last week...
Hello Share Bats. As the markets are closed, it’s allowable to discuss matters on the fringes of our great game. So let me bring you a mystery. It’s about what seems like a scam. But as I found nothing about it on Google, I hope you can enlighten me.
AIM-listed Rurelec (RUR) has released its audited FY17 numbers this morning. Once again we see losses (£5.8 million vs £9.3 million FY16) and the cash was down to just £163,000. We are told liquidity was a major issue for the Group in 2017 – you bet! We also see the auditor resigned – more on that below – and a previously unreported asset sale which leaves me rather puzzled. Finally, we are told there was no qualification of 2017 accounts which sounds great, but that was not quite all it seemed at first sight.
In today's bearcast I look at Mysquar (FRAUD), UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) and its latest spoof, Dignity (DTY) where I have grave concerns, Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP) and its dead cat bounce, Pantheon Resources (PANR) where it's placing ahoy and at Mirada (MIRA) where I fear the worst. Sorry Matt Earl. Brokerman Dan says that if we raise our target £20,000 for Woodlarks with our 30 mile charity walk on July 28 he will do the last mile in his underpants. We will have cameras on hand and splash it all over the internet. Thanks to all who have donated but 95% of bearcast listeners have yet to do so although we are already 23% of the way there. So please donate a tenner each today HERE
Market research and marketing group System1 (SYS1) has announced results from an admitted “disappointing” year ended 31st March 2018, but considers it now has “a more competitive and scalable offer, with the potential to build a much larger and more stable business over the years to come”…
Okay this is nothing to do with gender or being alive but who is the odd one out and why? The four folks below are Pop Queen Britney Spears, Darren Atwater's countryman Bryan Adams, the late Page three Bird Suzanne Mizzi and Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer. It is also nothing to do with dying ones hair. Answers in the comments section below by midnight tonight.
I noted in my last write-up on under pressure funeral operator Dignity (DTY) that in its last earnings conference call they wished they could be more precise about future prospects. Well all the coffins are in the air again today as the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced 'a review into the £2 billion funerals market to ensure that people are not getting a bad deal'. Ouch.
AIM-listed Turkish gold miner Ariana (AAU) yesterday announced a resource upgrade at its Kepez prospect, which forms part of the Red Rabbit joint venture which is producing gold from its Kiziltepe mine.
Something a little different today from all those worthy growth at a reasonable price type companies I normally ramble on about. Whisper it quietly, but I think that FirstGroup (FGP) is cheap here. I know that a transport company is never the most popular name - and I await the opprobrium from the TransPennine Express train and related users in the comments section - but hear me out, after all, got to be greedy when others are fearful and all that.
Optibiotix (OPTI) has announced that a global dairy company with an annual turnover of more than $10 billion has signed a deal to evaluate its SweetBiotix calorie free sweet fibres.
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