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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Revolted by Clem Chambers ex ADVFN

Recorded on the hoof before I fly to Greece, this Bearcast covers the open offer at ADVFN (AFN) and what new management must do to deal with the revolting greed, reward for failure and disgraceful behaviour of ex-boss Clem Chambers and his gophers. It is truly nauseating.
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast – Don't worry I'm not ignoring the elephant in the room called O'Hara

I start and end with some admin matters. The one at the start is the Woodlarks Christmas grotto appeal, if you have a spare fiver or tenner (or more!) please donate HERE. Then I look at a conversation with a small cap vet warning of bailout placings at a 75% discount on the way. I discuss Optibiotix (OPTI), Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX), Vast Resources (VAST), Versarien (VRS), Yourgene (YGEN) and AJ Bell (AJB)
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: a vital Christmas question for ALL of you as I discuss a £250m blow-up in waiting

I start with a question for you ALL. Answers please in the comments section below. Then there is a detailed analysis of the cash position of Dev Clever (DEV) capitalised at a suspension price of £249 million. Follow my logic, I reckon it is surviving only by not paying bills and is bust.  I explain all. Please take note shareholders in Asimilar (ASLR). I hope it does go bust as that will pose serious questions for a list of colourful characters who I name and shame in the podcast.
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast – why I'd be short ASOS, a tale from 1938 & Malcolm bonkers again

I explain why Bearcast is late. There are several reasons but the main one is me distributing Christmas presents in Bristol to an Aunt and a Great Aunt and it is the latter's story from 1938 regarding Munich which I find so fascinating.  Then it is onto ASOS (ASC), the CFO merry go round and the fundamental reasons why it is a short. Finally Comrade Stacey is almost 100% in cash. Three Brains Bailey is 0% in cash. I explain why I agree with three brains
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Family tales

I start with the reason for no bearcast yesterday and end with my virtue signalling siblings lining up to be mugged. In between I look at Strix (KETL), Argo Blockchain (ARB), Chill Brands (CHILL), Cellular Goods (CBX) and the CBD pain myth exposed and also at Tomco (TOM) and Shield Therapeutics (STX) where I sense PL will be apologising to the master soon.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: getting my head around Atlantic Lithium, placing ahoy for sure but what of the £234m valuation?

I start remembering a career moment of shame involving Colin Bird and that brings me to Xtract Resources (XTR) where for all Bird's dissembling surely a placing is underway? I look at the joke company eEnergy (EAAS) and the disgraceful antics of Justin the Clown.  I cover nanosynth (NNN) which I expect to go bust by New Year's Day and Argo Blockchain (ARB) which I think is already bust. I explain how it can avoid paying its bills for a while.  Then I look at "wonder stock" Atlantic Lithium (ALL), its £1 billion NPV and how robust that is, its management, the various red flags and the inevitability of a near term placing. There are bull points here as well as bear.

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