Articles by: TOM WINNIFRITH

EPIC NNN
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Nanosynth shares sliding again – now off almost 1/3 since it told a £3 million lie 5 weeks ago - 10 weeks to bankruptcy?

On August 26th nanosynth (NNN) LIED to investors claiming it had done a deal which would see it “raise £2.9425 million”. That was a great big fat lie. It will raise nothing like that. Last week it doubled down repeating that lie in its interims and now, facing bankruptcy by Christmas it still refuses to come clean and its shares are tumbling again. Perhaps it is time to start telling the truth as lying sure is not working!

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-10-03 09:23:12
EPIC
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Yes! Carnival could be a zero

I start by rubbing more salt into the wounds of Chris Bailey as I look at just how screwed is Carnival (CCL). Then onto whether webare in a recession or not and how long it will last. In light of my conclusion I urge you to ignore Malcolm's share tip tomorrow. Finally a thanks to a reader who stopped me poisoning my family last night with my self sufficiency. Tonight's eiposde of that part of my life is marrow and ginger jam.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-10-02 17:36:25
EPIC
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: BREAKING: Interims from Bezant and Caerus do not add up, have Colin Bird & Fatty Cornish misled us all?

Yesterday saw interims from Bezant (BZT) and Caerus  (CMRS). Has Colin Bird deceived us all? Have King of the spivs Jon Bellis and London's worst nomad, Roland "fatty" Cornish signed off on a work of complete fiction? I think they have and that Bezant shares should be suspended ASAP and Bird's career of penny share hustling broughtto an immediate close. All is  explained in today's podcast. 

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-10-01 14:34:57
EPIC
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Chill Brands manages minus revenues in H2

Normally I am envious of Robert, today I am not. On that note and now with the blessing of Aunt L, I tear, once again, into Colin Bird and Tiger Resources (TIR) after interims from Bezant Resources (BZT), then onto a shocker from Chill Brands (CHLL) and finally a laugh at former Neil Woodford dog Xeros (XSG) which is still spunking half a Bernie a month seeking to revolutionise the world of washing machines. Versarien (VRS) also gets a mention as I increase my forecasts of cashburn.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-09-30 16:07:09
EPIC EUA
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Piss poor interims from Eurasia – cash crisis looms

Back in February 2020 when Eurasia Mining (EUA) was trying its hardest to ramp its shares to the moon to allow its dodgy Russian backers to dump stock and for it to refinance, it paid the scumbags at ACF Research to produce a note which forecast that revenues would rocket to £341 million by 2021 by when profit after tax would be £160 million. Hmmm, today we had half year 2022 numbers and guess what? Have you got a microscope handy?

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-09-30 13:19:13
EPIC VOY
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GOTCHA! Voyager Life suspension and statement which is vaguely true but largely fantasy, and an apology to Liam Murray

After yesterday’s bombshell expose HERE shares in Voyager Life (VOY) were suspended. Unfortunately, I was the sole carer for two young children last night so there was no opportunity to tuck into a celebratory bottle of ouzo provided, very generously, by Ervil Banksta for just such an occasion.  Today there is a statement on “press speculation” and an unsuspension. As you might expect from a charlatan such as Eric Boyle of Stanford ( c)Rook infamy who chairs Voyager, the statement is not entirely true.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-09-30 12:02:21
EPIC ALGW
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Alpha Growth piss poor and non IFRS compliant interims, does anyone at the FCA care about enforcing its own rules?

Alpha Growth (ALGW) published its piss poor results for the six months ended 30 June 2022 today which showed a loss before tax of £454,635.  The shares were off 7% at the time of writing this article which values the group at £11 million a multiple of almost 4 times net assets.  This looks high compared to say Legal & General (LGEN) which runs asset management and insurance operations with longevity exposure which trades at a multiple of just over 1 times net assets, has massive scale and pays dividends. Alpha is less likely to join the dividend list than, well, Cheryl Cole and you know what

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-09-30 11:21:20
EPIC SYME
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Supply@ME Capital & Tradeflow – who needs the divorce more?

The purchase of loss making sub scale asset manager Tradeflow by the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) for a bonkers price in a deal which saw millions of pounds worth of shares handed to secretive offshore bank accounts was always mysterious and another red flag to add to the forest already flying. Last month Supply said that it was considering unwinding the deal but yesterday’s dire interims beg the question at whose instigation?

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-09-30 10:52:21
EPIC AVCT
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Avacta Interims: no placing (yet) but bulls should not get too smug

Avacta (AVCT) shares are off only 0.5p at 109.5p today despite some fairly piss poor half calendar year numbers as bulls were given two straws to clutch at: a sharp increase in sales and the lack of a bailout placing. Fear not if you are short: the denouement is only delayed and here is why.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-09-29 16:20:53
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