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I attended the AGM of WH Ireland on Thursday Morning. At the door I was greeted by a rudy faved individual who seemed a bit posh to be a security guard and who clearly knew who I was "Good Morning Mr Winnifrith" he said before asking if I had the authority to be allowed in. Of course I did. I was the appointed corporate representitive of a company which owned ten shares in WH Ireland and I had all the paperwork to prove it. After a while I established that this besuited bully boy was in fact WH Ireland CEO Richard Killingbeck, doubling up as a fascist security guard.
I read in the Sunday Times that the PC Nazis are on the warpath against the ten remaining FTSE 350 companies that have had the decency not to appoint a woman to the board. They will either do as they or told or the PC fascists will be voting out existing directors on this one principle.
Sadly I decided to rush up to Warwick to see my father on Friday so I missed out on attending the GM of Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO). The heading for bankruptcy company put out a statement which, needless to say, is a 100% rum and coke. Advanced was covered in the bears session at UK Investor Show on Saturday and we will have a video up of that in due course. Now back to that GM where the statement comes with our translation in bold
Those of you lucky enough to hold a golden ticket for the UK Investor Show know all about the priority seating and private meet and greets that you are entitled to. For the rest of us, here's a sneaky peek at the pre-dinner held at the home of the Saracens, Allilanz Park, on 30 March 2017. It featured an exclusive talk with Nigel Wray and Nick Leslau, Private Eye co-founder Christopher Booker's favourite covers, and a smattering of real, live Saracens.
Even though we had to compete against a beautiful spring day, the 2017 UK Investor Show was a sold out success. Take a walk through the event through photos taken by our social media team.
Paul accidentally went to the wrong venue so Tom hosted the show by himself to start, but then Paul arrived and so did the fireworks. This is a special live Bearcast recorded in front of a live audience at the UK Investor Show 1 April 2017.
The column was delayed today as your humble correspondent recovers from yesterday's UK Investor Show, easily the biggest and best of the 15 years that Tom has been organising these things. This would be my tenth.
Tom Winnifrith stands on the worlds tallest building, then flies a 747 using VR. But we only see him, not the realistic 3D world that he sees. The VR was supplied by RiverFort Capital.
A brief walk around tour of today's sights including two real celebs...and also Zak Mir
We know we finally made it as a show when protestors show up. Today it was a group - name unknown at this point - upset at the concept of fracking, and in particular, exhibitors in the fracking business.
It was a full house for David Lenigas, David Bramhill, Jonathon Tidswell and Gary Newman speaking on UK Onshore at the UK Investor Show. Diary date - 21 April 2018!.
Tom Winnifrith introduces a packed house for UK Investor Show 2017 for his Cloudtag talk, followed by unimpeachable proof that Nigel and Tom are in bed together.
Another property deal from Etaireia Investments (NEX: ETIP) announced yesterday and guess what, it’s yet another related party transaction. As one can see from the various pieces I’ve written on the company HERE, one shouldn’t have expected anything less.
Following my recent recommendations on Red Leopard Holdings (RLH), I note yesterday’s warrant exercise announcement which appears to me to mean that the recent investor, Chris Akers, has taken some money off the table already so think I’ll follow suit. Let me explain.
It is 7.46 AM, doors open in 45 minutes, his first talk is at 9 AM so how to kill time? Approve a few articles...the calm before the storm
This is becoming routine. After hours on on Friday PrimaryBid announces a material placing opportunity for its members. This weekend it is LGO Energy (LGO) which has raised £2.2 million in a placing at 2.2p but is now offering a chance for ordinary investors to put up another £300,000 at the same price.
As I am on a train twixt Stacey Towers and the fantastic UK Investor Show at Westminster as I write, I don't have any specific research material to hand. But a few observations on how the new financial year may affect your bag might be useful.
The March edition of the UK Investor Show Magazine is live featuring 7 share tips, company profiles, interview with Richard Poulden of PCGE, why we fight fraud & fake news on Channel 4, Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, a look at the banksters and much more.
There seems to be a lot happening and as a result this bearcast comes to you from Shipston. I will head back to London later tonight and hope to see you all at UK Investor Show tomorrow. Pro tem I comment on Corero (CNS), Minoan (MIN), Amryt (AMYT) and Wishbone (WSBN) - we own the last two on that list and are very happy to do so. I also comment on allegations made elsewhere by the "share blogger of the year."
AIM-listed gold trading play Wishbone (WSBN) has announced the signing of a joint venture deal SION Honduras which will provide funding and expertise to existing small gold mines in Honduras so as to assist with the increase in production. The good news for Wishbone is that the deal involves all the output from those mines being supplied to Wishbone – at preferential prices – in a deal which runs for 30 years.
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