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Vast Resources is very rapidly approaching the trapdoor of death

20 months ago with its shares approaching 0.1p par Vast Resources (VAST) did a 100-1 share consolidation, telling its credulous shareholders that this was to help it pay a dividend. No sniggering at the back please. A series of fund raises and ongoing operational failure later, the shares are now 0.17p-0.19p. That is a major issue as Vast is again almost out of cash. This time that could be fatal. We are in a nuclear winter for small caps.

BREAKING: Vast Resources bailout funding to stave off insolvency but warns will need another as MONSTER investor deception revealed AGAIN

On 24 October Vast Resources (VAST) held a GM where shareholders voted to allow it to issue more shares. But fear not, the chairman stated “ It should be stressed that there is no commitment at this time to issue the new equity share capital for which authority is sought, and it remains the policy of the Directors to minimise such issues.” That was deceptive as the company HAD to raise money this month to avoid going bust. Today, as I predicted, came the deeply discounted placing.


Groundhog Day: More cash delays at Vast so is it a bailout placing within 10 days or game over?

Oh dear, oh dear. This looks awfully like 2021 all over again but can Vast Resources (VAST) manage to side step a rapidly advancing Fat Lady for a second year on the trot. In 2021 auditors refused to sign off accounts for the year to April 30 2021 as Vast was deemed insolvent. Only a massively discounted placing arranged at the last minute avoided a share suspension as accounts must be out by October 31. This year things look worse.


Vast Resources – yet another bailout placing, everything that is wrong with AIM

Before today, during 16 years when various executives have troughed it on a material scale, shareholders in Vast Resources (VAST) have witnessed a 99.96% share price decline. Today it will get worse as there is another bailout placing to fund operational failure and fat cat largesse, including a CEO on £227,000 a year. Everything about this latest disaster stinks.

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