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Deepverge raises £10-12.5m at 2p: everyone (apart from existing shareholders who are utterly screwed) is happy.

£10 million in a placing at 2p. Plus a broker offer raising up to £2.5 million more. Lovely Jubbly. Everybody connected with the POS Deepverge (DVRG) is happy, except shareholders who have, again, been royally screwed. As I oft predicted. So who are the winners on a day when Deepverge fessed up to yet another undeclared related party transaction involving Gerry “the arse” Brandon.

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Bulletin Board Moron of the day contest – can you beat this idiot commenting on Deepverge?

I take an old fashioned view that an asset has value if it generates or will generate cash. In my view the assets of Deepverge (DVRG) do not fall into that category and thus have no value making the company worthless. Mr. Market may or may not disagree but where I stand is clear. Hence I have never owned the shares, never would and have always been 100% bearish. Simple eh? Not simple enough for one poster on the ADVFN asylum…

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Deepverge – shares collapsing, has bailout placing failed? Statement needed

Oh dear, oh dear, shares in Deepverge (DVRG) run by Gerry “the journalist trolling arse” Brandon have collapsed again today and are now just 2.25p bid, 2.375p mid. And to think that – as I exposed HERE – the company started its current bailout fund raise with Turner Pope trying to raise £9 million at 5p. Ooops. The arse assured us that the response from a roadshow had been positive but the share price today (off another 17%) suggests either frantic forward selling or that the placing is flopping altogether.

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