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Inspirit Energy Holdings – How Long Can The Company Survive As Yet Another Breach Is Noted By Companies House

I haven’t commented on AIM-listed Inspirit Energy Holdings (INSP) for some time – not since June 2021 although Tom Winnifrith stuck his boot in over Christmas 2021, identifying a stack of ginormous new Red Flags. But the recent Interims (to 31 December 2021) and yet another breach of the law by the company (presumably at the behest of AIM’s worst FD, Mr Nilesh Jagatia, whose past sins appear to include charging his shopping at Sainsbury’s on a company credit card) drew my attention.


Inspirit Energy – another discounted keep-the-lights-on bailout from the Boiler Room

AIM-listed and technically insolvent as at Christmas Inspirit Energy Holdings (INSP) has announced yet another discounted placing this morning, raising £500,000 at a price of 0.05p per share, to keep the lights on. That, against a closing price yesterday of 0.06p yesterday means the discount was 16.7%, although for some curious reason the stock has been sliding since May 17 when it was 0.07p. But naturally enough, since this is AIM there is no chance of insider dealing.

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