Pride, they say, comes before a fall. Welcome to Neill Ricketts on twitter just before Christmas Day 2020 celebrating the "first ten years". Then look at the wretchedly sycophantic replies. I wonder how many of the 2020 sycophants are now, as Versarien (VRS) faces insolvency by June, still in the fan club?
This is a guess the share price contest with a difference. It is a two part one. We ask you to post your entries in the comments section below and Steve Moore will track and update ranking all entrants. The person with the lowest overall rank ( i.e. 1st and 1st) wins. So what do you have to guess?
The UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) twitter feed, dutifully retweeted with added hype by David Lenigas, has so far reported three tankers leaving Horse Hill full of oil to be sent to the BP refinery. But is this proof that the Gatwick Gusher is a gusher? That is what the Bulletin Board Morons believe but they would believe almost anything. Let’s look at the tweets below and do some maths, not Leni-maths, real maths.
My planned 7.5 mile training walk (pushing Joshua) today became 10 miles as I explain HERE. Think about my poor sore feet and aching legs and if you have not yet donated a tenner to the Woodlarks appeal please do so HERE. In the podcast I explain why the fraud MySquar (MYSQ) and UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) face the same predicament and that is why the latter may well place at as low as 0.5p next week. I then look again at the tweets of David Lenigas last Thursday - HERE - surely there is something very wrong in this matter.
These Cloudtag (CTAG) morons really are a hoot. They get onto the Bulletin Boards and then onto twitter and start spamming me. And they spam me with such junk. Meet Hayley Whittaker a payroll assistant at Lookers who tweets as Hayleigh234 and was spamming last night with gems such as:
I refer you to my bonus podcast earlier for the depression note. I ask you what is the point? back to the markets and I look at another Horse Hill pump and dump, step forward Regency Mines (RGM ) and Andrew Bell. Next to dump Solo (SOLO) then UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) whatever David Lenigas tweets. Then I look at Origo (OPP) and also at Sprue Aegis (SPRP)
Chris Oil has taken to twitter threatenening to "kick the brains" out of me. I guess at least I had some brains to start with. The little twerp says that he will do this if he meets me in the street before going on to boast that he was the U-18 school boxing champion at school. Hmmm. Which school was that you lying twerp? Until 2005 there were only c20 schools in the UK still boxing, I suppose I could check whether the man whose family discovered the North Sea/owned half of Birmingham really is a great pugilist. Mr Oil's demented tweets are below.
The man with the reverse Midas touch, the market abusing criminal Chris Oil has tweeted that he has sold all his oil shares. Naturally that is a lie since one suspects his 13% of now delisted Sefton (SER) is hard to shift as is the £250,000 he spunked into Lenigas Cuba (CUBA). But the tweets (below) are clear.
The little twerp just cannot help breaking the law. You will see in the tweets below that Chris Oil claims to be the largest shareholder in MX Oil (MXO) but that he is also a large bond holder in the AIM listed company. Er hang on...
I increasingly fear for the sanity of my friend David “I just love the smell of newly issued confetti” in the morning Lenigas. Instead of answering simple questions he just tweets increasingly deranged abuse. Have a butcher’s at this classic from last week.
The tweets of David Lenigas have been controversial in the past - see here - but now another episode comes to light which appears to beggar belief. Quite simply Mr Lenigas appears to have made tweet claims about Horse Hill which his own team says are untrue. For the avoidance of doubt I am a shareholder in a HH company (UK Oil & Gas) and I reckon oil will be found but that does not excuse what has gone on.
Since my last article on Rose Petroleum (ROSE) I have received a barrage of abuse and even threats from shareholders who disagree with my stance. If they think I am wrong they should buy more and if I am wrong they will make money. If I am right they will lose more. Ultimately it is fundamentals that determine a share price not articles in the press.