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Tern – It’s a Very Wyld World

I’ve been taking a look through the annual report from Wyld, AIM-listed Tern’s second largest investment, for calendar 2021. Needless to say, there was no announcement form Tern over this…..

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Tern – Wyld Warrants Converted But Placing Still Needed: Still A Sell

OK, we got it wrong over AIM-listed Tern (TERN) and the cost of converting its first round of warrants in Wyld with regard to needing an urgent placing. But the maths still suggests an imminent placing is needed to keep the lights on so whilst we have goofed on the specifics the general point was correct.

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Five Slam-Dunk Sells For 2022 – March Update

It seems my slam-dunk sells for 2022 – AIM-listed Tern plc (TERN), Catenae Innovation (CTEA), Trafalgar Property (TRAF) and URU Metals (URU) along with sub-Standard listed AIQ (AIQ) is set for a very interesting few days ahead which could see disaster strike for at least two of these companies.

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Tick-tock, tick-tock As The Tern Timebomb Counts Down Towards Zero

AIM-listed jam tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) badly needs to get a fundraise away as the closing date for cashing in its first round of warrants at Wyld, listed on the Nasdaq First North joke market in Stockholm approaches. I reckon it has got at best a couple of weeks and probably only one week before disaster strikes. The only question for me is whether the disaster will be the collapse of Wyld or just a massively discounted bucket shop placing-induced collapse in Tern’s share price.

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Tern Plc – net asset value growth more than 80% down to serial mugging of its own investors

Today Tern (TERN) published its results for the year ended 31 December 2021 and they showed a profit before tax of £4,578,321 which was a good result.  Net asset value increased by 26% per share from 7.3 pence to 9.2 pence per share.  Again good. But how does Tern manage to increase its NAV?

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Tern – Will The 10p Watershed Give Way As Perfect Storm Hits Fundraising Plans

For most of the last year, AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) has survived because its supporters were truly sold on Tern’s portfolio being worth a multiple of the official NAV per share which allowed Tern to issue more and more shares like there is no tomorrow at a huge premium to NAV per share, even if at massive discounts to the prevailing share price. Until now.

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Tern – The stalled US OTC Listing -over to the SEC

I asked on Friday whether AIM-listed jam-tomorrow internet of things investment company Tern plc (TERN) had run into some problems with its proposed listing on the US OTCQB market. A trip to the SEC website asks more questions than it answers.

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Another great chance to 'kick a man when he is down' – Tern

Evil Knievil: “the best time to kick a man is when he is down.” The great bear raider is correct, especially in these crazy times when so many frauds or near bankrupts seem able to defy gravity as the believers still belief and continue to BOTFD, so providing share price support. But in some cases even the believers are starting to smell the coffee.

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DO THE EFFING MATHS MORONS: Tern - why its shares should more than halve even AFTER today’s circa 20% fall

AIM listed investment dog run by charlatans, Tern (TERN) has dashed the hopes of the Bulletin Board Morons when it issued the Device Authority funding update RNS which revealed that Device was not worth billions or even hundreds of millions but less than $40 million for 100% of the company based on latest funding round which included a new third-party technology investor (which presumably would have been granted access to the latest accounts, budgets and been able to assess the technology). Let us pray for those morons too stupid to listen to our countless warnings and thank heavens that the Salvation Army will be there to assist them this Christmas.

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Tern – Device Authority Loan Notes Rolled Over Yet Again & a clear failon basic maths

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT Investment company Tern (TERN) has announced yet another roll-over with regard to the loan notes from principal investee Device Authority. This is a repeating pattern: every six months the maturity is pushed back another six months and the latest is that they have been pushed back to the end of March 2022. One might gently wonder if Device Authority will ever be able to pay them off or whether the conversion terms will be invoked due to lack of cash.

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Tern – Another (almost) Numberless Update. Still a SELL.

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) has released a portfolio update this morning. Naturally the BBMs are pleased as punch but I fear that, once again, the company has borrowed the Adam Reynolds (who, for the avoidance of doubt, has nothing to do with Tern) keyboard, for there are no meaningful numbers to be found – and the few included are pitiful.

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Tern – Ramparoonie RNS!

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) has announced a contract for investee Wyld Networks AB (listed on the Nasdaq First Growth market in Stockholm). Woopiedoo! Or is it?

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Tern – It’s a Wyld, Wyld World

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) has announced that its one listed investee (on the tin-pot Nasdaq First North market in Stockholm) Wyld Networks AB (WYLD) has raised SEK 12 million (approx. £1 million) in the form of a loan from Formue Nord Fokus A/S. That’s all very well, but…..

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Ouzo Time! Tern Placing - Bears to the rescue?

It is time for yet another ouzo! As long suggested on this fine website, AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) has done yet another discounted placing to raise c.£2 million (before expenses) at 18.8p per share – and launched a PrimaryBid offer (which you should definitely ignore) in an attempt to raise the same again. But the joke is that it seems it was the Bears to the rescue!

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Tern – Big Crunch Looms as Market Reality Drives Coach and Horses Through Aggressive Valuations

What is AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) really worth? At the close of play on Friday the shares were down 11% at 24.5p, valuing the company at £81 million. But its last-stated NAV per share was just 7.3p, which would value the company at a far more modest £24 million. The problem is that Tern’s stated NAV per share has been shown to be (if you’ll pardon the pun) Wyldly optimistic. I believe the last stated NAV should be more like £17.4 million – and that is being generous.

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Tern – Wyld Coyote runs off the edge of the cliff as joke IPO flops. Is it time for another Ouzo?

So the truth is out. AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) teased the market with plans to list investee Wyld Networks in Stockholm on the Swedish Nasdaq First North market. The BBMs went (ahem..) wyld with excitement, marking Tern’s shares up as high as 29p against a last-stated NAV per share of just 7.3p as the IPO approached. Tern was going to the moon…….until today.

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SHOCKING EXPOSE Tern – Taking a walk on the Wyld side as annual report is released - massive accounting red flag

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) has released its Annual Report for FY20, which contains a few surprises (not least of which Boardroom pay) but the shocker is the FY20 accounts which investee Wyld Networks – which Tern claimed a £2 million uplift on – has filed at Companies House. I’m no accountant, but I wonder what Tern’s Auditor, Smith & Williamson, was smoking.

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Tern – FY Numbers and DA Convertible Loan Extension: Shares Slide. Has Mr Market finally woken up to this POS?

There may be no limit to the stupidity of the lunatic fans of AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) but the market’s early reaction to this morning’s FY20 results – a drop of 18% – suggests that you can’t fool all of the market all of the time. In short, the numbers are a calamity.

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Woodfordesque Smoke and Mirrors from Tern

Following my prod on Wednesday, AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) appears to have encouraged investee Wyld Networks (two out of three of whose directors are the Chairman and CEO of Tern) to finally file a SH01 regarding the share issue and debt conversion announced by Tern at Wyld on 28 January – only about a month late. Naturally I’m pleased to help. But is all as it seems?

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Tern – Meaningless Drivel, more jam tomorrow...

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) has delivered a Portfolio Update which appears to read well until you realise there are no numbers. As such, it is meaningless drivel and even the merry band of Tern’s BBMs couldn’t drum up enough interest: the stock is down 2% on the (non-)news. On the biggest investee, Device Authority – which is apparently worth the lion’s share of Tern’s portfolio – we are told…

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Letter to AIM Regulation: Tern & shamed Nomad & Broker Allenby MUST be investigated after hat-trick of smash and grab raids!

Another day brings yet another bailout placing for AIM listed sub scale investment company TERN (TERN). It will not be the last but AIM Regulation needs to investigate the circumstances of this placing for there is now a clear pattern of deception emerging. I have dropped the Oxymorons a letter today.

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Tern – shares on the rampage, but no RNS?

Shares in jam-tomorrow, next year, never investment company Tern plc (TERN) have gone on the rampage – emphasis on the ramp, for there has been no RNS. Are we again to see the company get a placing away whilst there is perhaps a misapprehension over its prospects in the market?

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Tern – Shares collapse to just 5.5p to sell as dire results come in: Keep selling!

I have been warning about AIM-listed jam-tomorrow, next year, never investment company Tern (TERN) for years, but this year made it my sell of the year on the grounds that I thought this would be the year when investors finally gave up on the jam-tomorrow promises. Having hit a high point this year of 15.75p, this morning the stock is down to just 5.5p. But its (claimed) NAV per share is 7p – surely that makes Tern a buy? Er…..

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Tern – more cash to Wyld as a ramptastic deal is announced: when’s the placing?

AIM-listed monstrously overvalued jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) has announced a deal for its investee Wyld Networks, and the conversion of a cash loan into Convertible Loan Notes. Well, woopiedoo – but I suggest Wyld’s deal looks a bit questionable, and the loan conversion tells us that Tern has handed over another £250,000 from its depleted coffers to its cash-guzzling investee.

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Tern – Doctor, heal thyself!

Shares in AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) have been on the rampage again. Having sunk to sub-4p in the wake of its last placing, which had been intended to raise £3 million but only notched up £0.8 million propped up by management support, the stock closed last week at 11.25p, having peaked at 15.75p on Thursday. What gives?

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Tern – rinse and repeat….again! Surely it is Placing Ahoy once more

AIM-listed Internet of Things jam-tomorrow play Tern (TERN) has seen  its shares miraculously rise from a low point of just under 4p last month to (last seen) today’s mark of 8.5p. So has Tern offered up a big contract from one of its investees? Er……no! I do know Tern still needs more cash, and that the BBs are full of a progress update from investee Wyld suggesting big things. But of course, there has been no RNS from Tern – something we have seen before ahead of placings which I would argue were on the back of wild speculation which remained uncorrected by Tern. Is it happening again?

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Tern – takes a walk on the Wyld side

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow investment company Tern plc (TERN) updated the market this morning on its wholly-owned investee flexiOPS with lashings and lashings of jam-tomorrow and oopsie, a profit warning buried in the text with regard to Wyld Technologies.

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Tern - more funding for Device Authority, more sales for Mr D Spiral

AIM-listed Tern has announced a further funding round for its biggest investee, Device Authority, totalling “up to” $1.7 million in the form of loans from existing shareholders. Tern is up for $720,000 of that, on top of the $150,000 announced at the back end of November. Whatever else, the proposed $10 million fundraise by DA which would have seen Tern get back $2 million looks to be dead in the water.

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