At 4.15 PM yesterday shares in Atlantic Lithium (ALL) were suspended, having crashed thanks to the bear dossier which I publish in full below. The reason – a pending statement. That statement is now out and trading in the shares resumes. Atlantic says it “refutes” the dossier which means that it denies it. But how convincing is the denial?
I start with a rant about the fecking GPs and the bloody teachers as approx. 0.0 inches of snow accumulates and my father in law has to go to hospital again. I am so bloody angry about both. Then it is onto the collapse in the share price of Atlantic Lithium (ALL) – about which I explicitly warned you all just under four months ago HERE – after a bear dossier was published: see below. Then I look at Red Rock Resources (RRR), some of the #IWD jokes including one from Jeremy Corbyn and one from Guild Esports (GILD). Finally it is ouzo o’clock as musicMagpie (MMAG) serves up dire results and warns of tough times ahead. Footnote: at 4.15 PM Atlantic shares were suspended "pending an announcement"
The word on the Street is that the level of boardroom greed at MGC Pharmaceuticals (MXC) is causing increasing unrest among some of those hitherto supportive of the company. Meanwhile the share price continues to tank and I think that we can all guess why. The shares were 2.25p, valuing this crock at £70 million, on January 11 2022 when I published this extensive bear dossier HERE. Today they are just 0.475p, off another 15% today and valued at just £13.7 million.
Myself, Matt Earl, Steve Moore and Chris Bailey have all been bearish on the bastard child of the Autonomy fraud, that is to say Darktrace (DARK). Now our hero Gabriel Grego joins the party with a damning 70 page dossier. At 200p it remains a £1.44 billion short. Enjoy...
Well done City AM. When not promoting shitcoin to your readers on an industrial scale, your paper continues to do a sterling job dragging the truth from Home REIT (HOME). Today yet another fess up is forced from the shysters.
This bear dossier on ICG-Longbow Senior Secured UK Property Debt Investments Limited (LBOW) a Guernsey domiciled, closed-ended, premium listed investment company on the London Stock Exchange has been passed to me for publication, I have edited it and I take full responsibility. This article goes out in my name. In many ways it looks a but like Home REIT (HOME)
A couple of weeks ago I pondered how Victoria (VCP) would or should respond to a quite devastating bear dossier from Iceberg Research. In a way it has played the attack cleverly but actually its response makes the stock even more of a sell.
Short selling outfit Iceberg recently published a bear dossier on carpets roll-up play Victoria (VCP), which I reposted on this website HERE. Writing to you from Greece, I am not aware if the deadwood press is taking this matter onwards as what Iceberg wrote was very punchy indeed and I am sure that Victoria’s PR spinners will be using phrases involving the dreaded L word (lawyer) to any of the spineless 4th Estate hacks who ask questions.
The dossier below from bear raiders Hindenburg is the stuff of movies. You could not make it up. It strikes me that Nasdaq listed Enochian (ENOB) is a zero as the man behind it, Serhat Gumrukcu, is a lifelong criminal now facing a possible death sentence in the US as he is charged with having a whistleblowing former associate murdered. There is a UK angle which I discuss in bearcast later, the unclear links between the CEO of Genflow Biosciences (GENF), Endochian, Dandrit Inc and Serhat. Enjoy.
This 17 page dossier from Boatman Capital of Babcock (BAB) fame is just out this very second and is dynamite. I have repeatedly warned folks that Argo Blockchain (ARB) failed the smell test on a number of counts and that its valuation was insane but even I did not dream that things could be this bad. What is not alleged, but proved, in this dossier is dynamite and the shares should be suspended at once with heads forced to roll over what we now know. Of coursemillenial ESG freak fund managers are still drooling over the company appointing 3 women to the board the other day. To them that is far more important than a Texas land deal that stinks to high heaven and a legal dispute which suggests the company has not a shred of corporate integrity. The FCA may well consider a share suspension, ahead of that the shares are a nil brainer slam dunk sell/short This is superb research. Enjoy!
Let us be clear, Babcock (BAB) is not a fraud but it is a bad company. For several years now it has been poorly run. It has too much debt. It does not generate much cash, indeed it seems to be burning it. And on many of its contracts, the margins are so wafer thin that there really seems little point in deploying capital to win them. Who says so?
This is an impressive bear dossier, far too good for me to have compiled on AIM high flier Anexo (ANX). If the report is accurate – and it reads very well to me – then the shares should more than halve. Enjoy…