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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Happy Easter to you all, here are 4 ways to clean up London share markets at a stroke

Happy Easter to you and your families.  Today's podcast looks at four ways, some very easy indeed, to clean up London's share markets, the AIM sewer and the Standard List. I cannot see any argument against what I suggest, but maybe you can think of a few.

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UFO
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Big Dave Lenigas tweets his top 5 ramps for 2022 but, modestly, suggests folks do their own research

Let nobody suggest that David Lenigas is a shameless penny share huckster who makes Zak Mir look like a man of impeccable integrity. The great analyst (Lenigas not Mir) has highlighted a stock I own as one of his top 5 ramps, ooops I meant, conservatively analysed value investments, for 2022 but suggests you do your own research before filling your boots. Well since you mention it Dave, I might as well flag up the shite you are talking about one of the five.

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First Derivatives now FD Technologies: shares £46 to £21 since my first bear piece but much worse to come

It was back in July 2018 that I first started to expose the murky and, at times fraudulent, world of First Derivatives (FDP) and its scandal plagued auditors at KPMG Belfast, with the shares at £46.  A lot has happened since then. Fascist PR pigs FTI tried to bully me to take down my articles but I told the mothers where to stick it. I reported First to the FRC and it was forced to restate its crooked accounts signed off by KPMG. And Brian Conlon, the CEO and architect of this enterprise sadly passed away leaving his grieving widow as the largest shareholder. Today the name is now FD Technologies (FDP).And it is still a cracking short ahead of numbers next week.Let me explain.

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AAA
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All Active Asset Management – what is the real share price of this financial house of cards?

We on this website, have warned you numerous times abut the financial house of cards, built on sand, which is All Active Asset Management (AAA). But still folks discuss what colour Porsche they will buy when they sell. They assume that the shares must be worth at least 80p, based on the current £120 million fundraise closing, at that price, on October 28.

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The rise and fall of Reggie Wildcat Petroleum - still another 1.5p to go to zero!

One of the great ramps of the year has been Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT), a poster boy for the sewer that is the Standard List regulated, no sniggering at the back, by the clowns at the FCAIt started its career on December 30th by lying to investors in its very first RNS. It said that it HAD raised £600,000. It had not.

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AIM Statistics – May 2021: The decline of the cesspit tiddler continues (but for the wrong reason!)

During the first five months of 2021, the AIM market actually grew by 3 companies from 819 at end of December 2020 to 822 companies. After many years of attrition that will be welcomed by some as a triumph. However…

BRH
BRH
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Trevor “pump and dump” Brown does it again – has this man no shame at all?

I am beginning to think that foul-mouthed troll and penny share huckster Chris Akers is not the Wolf of the AIM sewer after all but that this title really belongs to Trevor Brown, a man who is completely shameless.

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Block Commodities, joke pot deals, a vile ex Tory MP, Tatnall & Longley & Pre Genius Steffi – the party from hell

Amazingly, after all the lies, well documented on this website, that African Potash (AFPO) told before being slung off the AIM sewer and all the lies it has continued to tell under its new name of Block Commodities (BLCC) while on the joke Aquis Market, the shares remain listed. Lyin’ Chris Cleverly has, however, stepped down “to pursue other interests”. That announcement came as the company managed to find an adviser to act for it. I wonder if it was a condition.

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Into the Mountfield sewers wade Cathal Friel and, maybe, Open Orphan

After years as a serial AIM dog about which we repeatedly warned, Mountfield Group (MOGP) is now  a cash shell c/o a Peterhouse Corporate Finance Special. A recent placing at 0.1975p has allowed many of the spiv, sewer dwelling, clients of Peterhouse to flip their stock for a quick turn. For them and also the advisers who racked up costs of c£300,000 on the £3.1 million placing it is coke, hookers and in many cases warrants all round. Yum Yum. But this is perhaps not a total tale from the sewer.

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A shocker from the small cap sewer: Upper Thames, KR1 and the four horsemen of the rampfest

We live in times of sheer insanity. It is a rampers’ paradise and cometh the day cometh the four horsemen of the rampfest apocalypse. I bring you a tale of sheer insanity from the Aquis lobster pot market, formerly the NEX Exchange. It starts with what was once PGC Entertainment (PGCE), a serial uber dog which was eventually slung off the AIM casino. I should say that its boss is my pal Richard Poulden.

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VRS
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Deep Dive Number crunch on the sham Versarien: Part II - the Plastic and Graphene Products segment

Following on from Part 1 my analysis of the Metal and Hard Wear division, I now take a look at the Graphene and Plastics products segment of Versarien (VRS). This is the sexy bit used by loathsome Neill Ricketts and his moronic followers to justify a market cap of £88 million, at 47p. As we saw earlier, the rest of the business cannot be worth much over £3 million!.

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AIM Market – another year of decline: fewer companies in total but more bad ones among them, the real data...

The statistics for AIM for December 2019 show that the market contracted to 863 companies its lowest number since 2003.  The real concern for the LSE should be the shockingly low number of new listings a derisory 23, the lowest number of new issues ever since the market as formed in 1995.  The quantum of new monies raised was also very low by historic standards at £489 million and this figure is not adjusted for the impact of inflation.

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