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Blenheim Natural Resources (BNR) isn’t exactly on my list favourite AIM companies to invest in, but even I have been surprised by the recent sizeable drop in share price.
Folks asked if I had learned any lessons from Stanley Gibbons (SGI), a dire share tip and a stock where I also did my conkers. I hope there are. In this last bearcast until I return in September (as discussed HERE) I look at the rationale for this tip and my errors.
UK Investor Show favourite Dominic Frisby posted this poem from his stand-up comedy night last week. It's a filthy take on Rudyard Kipling's If, written for his son. WARNING: The language is Tom Winnifrith-esque, so it will probably not be appropriate for workplace speakers.
It is not a matter of IF drowning in debt satellites company Avanti Communications (AVN) will eventually see a 100% shareholder wipeout ( right now it is c99%) but WHEN. And it might be rather sooner than most folks think. In two weeks time to be exact. Is there something that its CEO , the bombastric Welsh prick David Williams, is not telling us as he counts his $15-20 million winnings.
I last wrote about Monchhichi (MCC) in February HERE when it completed its underwhelming placing of £2.1 million at the incredible price of 35p and I wondered what it was going to do next. Well, rather than actually invest its funds and generate shareholder value it is has just announced some more financial spoofery last seen at the disastrous Highlands Natural Resources (HNR), It is worth taking a closer look.
Shares in Fusionex (FXI) the tech play from the Norfolk province of Malaysia still trade at 45.5p valuing the company at c£20 million. This has to be the biggest slam dunk short in London because at 10 AM tomorrow...
Oh boy this is going to be fun. It is one of those battles where you want both sides to lose badly. Like Germany vs Argentina at football or a ratings war between Jonathan Ross and Simon Cowell. But Slater & Gordon (SGH) has now formally served Watchstone (WTG) with High Court proceedings claiming breach of warranty and/or fraudulent misrepresentation for a total amount of up to £637 million plus interest. Watchstone says it will defend this robustly. Boy this will be fun.
Hello Share Snatchers. What is it about the taste of chocolate? I never met anyone who didn’t love the stuff. And I reckon it’s pretty addictive. Otherwise, why should we eat nearly the whole box once we taste the first choccy?
Having previously attracted some adverse comment for bearishness on Monitise (MONI) – including at 50p+, I note the shares currently trade approaching 22% higher today, at 2.80p, on the back of a recommended cash offer for the company…
On the 15th May announcement from the former Fitbug, Kin Group (KIN) of bailout funding I noted amongst the conditions “the closing bid price of the company's ordinary shares (as reported by Bloomberg) not being below £0.001 (0.1 pence) for any five consecutive trading days on or prior to the relevant issue date” and later questioned how long the funding would continue. The company has now made a “Convertible Loan Notes update” announcement…
Private investors often seem to have very short memories, and although many have previously been badly burned by putting money into Mosman Oil and Gas (MSMN), some were flocking back into the company again today, sending its share price rocketing.
I last mused about industrial plant and tool hire company Ashtead (AHT) fourteen months ago, since when the shares have basically doubled. Happy days...but no resting on the laurels because correctly you should be asking the question of 'so what do we do right here and right now?' Fortunately, the company puckered up its full year results today so all the latest information is to hand.
Writing last week on HaloSource (HALO), I noted a Chinese governmental approval to enable a cornerstone investment had not been granted and that the investor was now to seek to make another application for the approval. However, I questioned why will the outcome be any different this time? And, even if it is, how long will it take? There is now an “Update on Fundraising and Funding Options” announcement from the company. Uh oh – that was the funding option, so what now for this Neil Woodford dog?...
Big Sofa (BST), the provider of video analytics technology and services has announced that it t has been approved as a ‘Global Systems Partner’ to provide video research and technology services to one of the world’s largest consumer goods corporations, headquartered in the USA. Annoyingly we are not told who this is but it will leak. You may remember the big win with a market research firm?
Mercantile Ports & Logistics (MPL) has served up dismal numbers & pathetic excuses today and its shares have slumped to a pitiful 5.625p. My target remains 0p as it was in this expose a few months ago. I will turn to the results later but before then...
I have never seen a loan like this. It is sheer desperation from a company that faces imminent insolvency. Make no mistake, Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) is on the way out and corporate death will occur very soon indeed.
Hello Share Splitters. You may be sitting on a pile of share money you know nothing about. As a prolific share trader since the Big Bang in the ‘eighties, I have share certificates in which I abandoned interest because the shares shed a lot of their value. But we all know it has been known for no-hopers to suddenly revive...
“Eckoh plc (ECK), the global provider of secure payment products and customer contact solutions, is pleased to announce its final results for the year ended 31 March 2017”. Hmmm, this though follows a profit warning in September…
On the back of a “Financial Completion of New Banking Facility” announcement, shares in PR and marketing group Porta Communications (PTCM) are currently more than 6% lower, sliding back below 4p. Hmmm...
House broker Shore Cap has upped its share price target for Solo Oil (SOLO) from 0.8p to 0.9p in a detailed note (below) entitled “Adding helium to the mix”. Following the successful testing of Ntorya-2 and subsequent resource upgrade, and the acquisition of a 10% holding in the appropriately titled Helium One, it has increased its sum-of-the-parts valuation for Solo.
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