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Sharestock 2024 it's 7th September at the Welsh Hovel & Matt Earl, the Dark Destroyer, almost completes the speaker line up at the Welsh Hovel, book your seat today!

If you have attended for either of the past two years you know what fun it is. My plan is to do at least two more years but we shall see. There are so many variables in life. Anyhow we are all set for 2024 and the date is fixed at Saturday 7th September. We now have a nearly complete speaker line up and it is top notch!
  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2024-03-02 18:55:01
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Tingo trades again, it is time to close the short not try to open one!

As happens in the US when a company is slung off Nasdaq it heads to the OTC markets, the pink sheets. The real surprise of this is to allow shorts to close out and that brings us to Tingo (TIO) which now has the ticker TIOG and the shares are now trading at between 1.5 and 2.0 US cents having been suspended on Nasdaq at closer to a dollar. Of course, Tingo is a worthless fraud.
  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2024-03-02 09:58:49
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: fraud or just big red flags?

In today's Bearcast I discuss St David's Day celebrations and how I was robbed with my Bara Brith here in Wales, the person from Porlock and my video with Optibiotix (OPTI), Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX), Investment Evolution (IEC) and hopeless regulators, Vast Resources (VAST), Bidstack (BIDS), Orchard Funding (ORCH), FD Technologies (FDP), Avacta (AVCT), Petrofac (PFC), Harland & Wolff (HARL) and my trip tomorrow to see daughter 2 win her Cambridge Blue
  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2024-03-01 16:42:21
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The Fat Lady sings the ShareProphets National Anthem in Jockland: more Metaxa for the Sheriff

I warned folks time and time again that Scotgold (SGZ) would end in tears. The fundamental problem I identified early on was that its thin vein gold mine at Coninish was just a piss poor asset. That meant Scotgold kept on running out of cash and so to get placings away it both appealed to the sort of petty and sentimental Nationalism that is rife in the land of the deep-fried mars bar but also engaged in promotional activity that was a disgrace.
  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2024-03-01 12:55:00
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Canadian Overseas: death postponed is still death and the guy with the scythe arrives next week

Yesterday Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL) announced that its senior debt providers, which were due to pull the plug on 29 February had agreed not to pull the plug until March 8. Natch the shares rallied. It is like the guy on death row given a temporary stay of execution while Joe Biden considers a plea for clemency. A week later Joe will not remember what he was considering and the poor chap will be tied down on the gurney anyway.
  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2024-03-01 12:13:42
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A Question for Technology Minerals

A reader flags up a very valid question for the company so desperate to distance itself from the stench of fraudster Chris Cleverly, Technology Minerals (TM1). It relates to the company co-founded by the first cousin of our esteemed home secretary James Cleverly, Recyclus
  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2024-03-01 08:14:45
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