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David Lenigas - yet another apology

I may have, in the past, suggested that Mr David Lenigas was a shameless spiv who promoted worthless penny shares via either dramatic exaggeration or, as in the case of UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) even worse. I may have suggested that Big Dave talks out of his posterior and should be whipped out of town and sent back to his native Australia where the core DNA will make him feel right at home. If so, I apologise.


More incredible analysis worthy of Buffett from the UK's top gold analyst David Lenigas

Once again, if I have ever given the impression that David Lenigas is a penny share spiv happy to tell total porkies to promote worthless investments such as UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) I must apologise. And I mean that most sincerely. For this morning the great number cruncher has produced, on twitter, more in-depth and compelling research with conservative share price targets on a stock where I happen to be long, not that this influences me in any way. The great man reckons shares in this gem might gain 66% within weeks. Who am I to argue?


An apology if I ever suggested that Mr David Lenigas was a shameless ramper of penny shares and not Britain's leading analyst of resource stocks

And I mean this most sincerely view is not coloured in the slightest by the fact that I, like Lenigas, own far too many shares in Wishbone Gold (WSBN). What follows below is one of many tweets sent out by Mr Lenigas this morning after Wishbone's latest RNS demonstrating that any suggestion that he is a penny share ramping huckster is so wide of the mark. Big Dave is quite obviously the most talented objective analyst of fundamental value in small mining plays. Yes indeedy.


Wishbone Gold – further step to exploration progress

Wishbone Gold (WSBN) has announced what it describes as “a big step forward for our plans to drill Red Setter and Cottesloe”. Sounds good – with those considered highly prospective projects in the Patterson Ranges area of Western Australia.


An apology to Mr David Lenigas, the UK's top analyst of gold stocks

Of course, I am not influenced at all by my ownership of a significant number of shares in Wishbone Gold (WSBN), at 15p valued at £24 million. I note the claim, below, by Mr David Lenigas that Wishbone's gold asset may offer a bigger gold target than that of Greatland Gold, market cap £856 million. If I have ever given the impression that I consider Mr Lenigas a penny share pushing stock promoter prone to laughable hyperbole I would like to apologise. The man, as you can see below, is the most prudent and conservative analyst of high quality gold stocks in Britain today. He is a National treasure.

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