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Notes from Underground – Most read articles for the week ending 9 September

By Darren Atwater | Sunday 10 September 2023


Here are the most read and most listened-to articles and Bearcasts on ShareProphets over the past seven days. The most read non-Quiz, non-Tom article last week is by Malcolm Stacey, Artificial Intelligence could Help this Top Educator to Even Bigger Profits, at No 1 or No 2 including Bearcasts.

The most read ShareProphets stories this week were:

  1. Artificial Intelligence could Help this Top Educator to Even Bigger Profits
    Hello Share Chasers. You've probably noticed a lot of hype about companies involved in Artificial Intelligence. My humble view is that a lot of the rises in share price have already happened for most involved firms. But there are some outfits already benefitting from AI that do not yet look fully evident on the City radar.

  2. An email from ‘arry – Kefi is on track in Ethiopia
    ‘arry Adams has dropped me an email abut the progress made last week. He says:

  3. Powerhouse Energy – Letter to AIM Regulation about that placing in a closed period
    This seems pretty simple. Today, Powerhouse Energy (PHE) announced interims which were naturally utterly piss poor but covered in vast amounts of jam tomorrow. Its acting CEO Keith Riley also walked with immediate effect for “personal reasons.” Yet on 22 August through the offices of esteemed bucket shop broker Turner Pope, the company did a £1 million placing at 0.5p. hang on Henry… I have written to AIM Regulation

  4. Zenova – emphasises fire retardant paint order, but what about still the cash burn?
    Zenova Group (ZED) commences a “paint order in Greece” announcement with that it “is pleased to announce an inaugural order in Greece for its proprietary fire-retardant intumescent Zenova IP paint combined with proprietary thermal insulation Zenova IP paint for the solar panelled roof market for a large international coffee producer with lots of warehouses across the globe”. Sounds encouraging, but what’s the detail?

  5. Surgical Innovations – “confidence that revenues for the year to 31 December 2023 will meet the board's expectations”, but what about the bottom-line?…
    Medical products group Surgical Innovations (SUN) has issued a trading update commencing that “the forward-looking orderbook remains positive, providing confidence that revenues for the year to 31 December 2023 will meet the board's expectations” and also including that measures are being introduced to improve efficiencies and productivity and that reducing inventory in the second half will have a positive impact on cash resources. So what of a share price currently more than 8% lower at 1.65p in response?

  6. The David Lenigas video in full… I need to contact my lawyers
    Big Dave has recorded a 90 minute video with some arse-licking interviewer whose name I do not know which, and I really hate to say it, is really rather compelling viewing. Apparently Big Dave has had to sell both of his hundred foot yachts and says that he is really feeling the pinch paying his mortgages. I am almost in tears as I write, considering his hardship, and will be setting up a crowd fund page sharpish. Actually, a lot of what he says makes really good sense.

  7. TPXimpact – emphasises revenue growth and adjusted EBITDA, what about cash flow and the balance sheet?…
    “Digital transformation” company TPXimpact (TPX) has announced that its AGM is to be held on 28th September in an announcement also including an update on current trading. What of the shares currently rising above 40p on the announcement?

  8. UPDATED: A slur and a shocking revelation from Andrew Monk of VSA, this is so embarrassing
    As you may have seen on twitter, Mr Andrew Monk is on a no expenses spared trip to Vancouver to tell folks there several times a day that he went to Oriel College Oxford where he got an upper second in name dropping. Actually, he is there taking Invinity (IES) round fund managers on a ramping trip. Now he has taken to twitter with two most monstrous slurs.

  9. $1.2 trillion capitalised Nvidia - the bear case dossier
    It has been the wonder stock of the year but is there a bear case for Nvidia (US:NVDA) as its market cap is now $1.2 trillion. Yes there sure is. Enjoy.

  10. Tintra bid at 150p – do you smell a rat at the AIM Company of the year 2022?
    Its shares are still suspended as it still cannot get out its annual report despite hiring a mickey mouse firm. But yesterday, Tintra served up some positive news, a possible cash offer of 150 pence per share with a share alternative subject to due diligence and the finalisation and documentation of financing for the transaction.

The most-listened to Bearcasts this week were:

  1. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: my gold stocks have 3 years to deliver but some are not in dangerIn today's bearcast I discuss what the BBC won't be, yet more rain here in Greece. Then it is onto gold and my boredom. I discuss Ariana (AAU), Centamin (CEY), Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) - where I have swapped emails with 'arry this weekend -, Amaroq (AMRQ) and Jubilee Metals (JLP).And yes there are now just 4 of 100 seats left for ShareStock. Ticket emails will be going out within 24 hours on logistics to those who have booked. If you have not, those 4 go on a first come first served basis HERE.

  2. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Zenith Energy and a cast of scallywags
    I am recording from somewhere new in Greece where there were awful fires last year. I discuss the arsonists and the BBC and its fake news on global warming. Then it is onto Optibiotix (OPTI), SkinBiotherapeutics (SBTX) and the dimwits who think I really did sack Gary Newman but, more importantly, today's statement from Optibiotix. Then it is Zenith Energy (ZEN), Regtech Open (RTOP) and the fraud Tingo (TIO).

  3. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: if baiting 'arry Adams was a recognised sport a couple of you would be Olympic champions
    I start with Nigel's excellent piece on Tern (TERN) and also with Sharestock where just 4 of 100 seats are now left, so book HERE. Then it is onto Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI)

  4. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Fraudster Chris Cleverly does have balls of steel
    I start with my snake heroics of last night, surely my bravery merits some commendation. then it is Tingo (TIO) and finally the FCA created £100 million plus scandal at Regtech Open (RTOP).

  5. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: 10 years of servitude is tomorrow
    Of course I mean utter domestic bliss. But I may not be writing that much on Friday. In today's podcast I discuss why PensionBee (PBEE) is a short, Tingo (TIO) and its Q2 numbers, Cellular Goods (CBX), Union Jack Oil (UJO) and also Ashington (ASHI), Roquefort (ROQ) and the FCA.

  6. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: who would threaten me on my 10th wedding anniversary?
    I start with that before going to Ashington Innovations (ASHI), Tingo (TIO) and Verditek (VDTK). A few big exposes on the way tomorrow, until then. 
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