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Cineworld DISGRACE – shares up 220%, short the f*ck out of it and thank the FCA for being so utterly useless

There has been news but no RNS. So for 24 hours there has been a false market in Cineworld  (CINE) with morons now buying the shares at c8p or higher. They are misunderstanding what has gone on in a void as Cineworld has issued no RNS statement. This is a regulatory disgrace, which again shames the FCA, but take advantage of it and short the feck out of the shares.


The Remaining Options for Cineworld (they are all grim!)

We all agree that Cineworld (CINE) is bust, however, the shares are trading and currently have a value (3.80p at pixel, equating to a £52 million market cap).  Obviously, if Cineworld goes into administration then it's game over and the shares will be worthless.  But it's possible that there is a small amount of value left *IF* Cineworld successfully implements a debt for equity swap.  This value is referred to as “frustration value” but Cineworld’s shareholders may not even have that anymore!


Cineworld worth 0p-1.5p, stay short – Evil Banksta

My problem, as ever, is being to much of a nice guy. So, generously, have long argued that Cineworld (CINE) shares might be worth 2p. And I stay with that view after yesterday’s Chapter 11 news.  Evil Banksta,, being a bankster, is by definition not a nice guy and so has been even more bearish. He stays short and bearish and argues that, in a best case scenario, the shares are going to 1.5p. And unlike Damian from Northern Ireland who should be in jail, he explains his reasoning in a balanced fashion, thus:

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