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Notes from Underground – Most read articles for the week ending 18 May

By Darren Atwater | Sunday 19 May 2024


 


Here are the most read articles and the most listened-to Bearcasts over the past seven days. The most read non-Tom article last week is by Steve Moore, with Jaywing – after I previously questioned how supportive the lenders really remained, that now looks about to be tested… at No 11 or No 19 including Bearcasts. 

The most-read ShareProphets articles this week were:

  1. Kefi Gold & Copper, at 0.724p, worth up to 5.9p per share: 60 page report
    This report from Orior was commissioned by Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) so take it with a pinch of salt. as it happens the numbers it arrives at are not that different from my own but I am a shareholder so take my numbers with a pinch of salt. But what you will not argue with, unless you are a loon like our in house obsessive fantastist Magna Carta, is that the upside at 0.724p is just massive. The shares really are a STRONG BUY.

  2. Jaywing – after I previously questioned how supportive the lenders really remained, that now looks about to be tested…
    Marketing and risk and data consulting company Jaywing (JWNG) has issued a “Board, Trading Update, Strategic Review Conclusion”-titled announcement including “in the year just ended the company will report flat YoY revenue in FY24 on a constant currency basis, down slightly in real terms… Whilst market conditions remain tough it is also true that the industry outlook is improving”. So why currently a further 17.5% share price fall to 2.6p?

  3. A failed fund manager turned share blogger shows he has not learned from his errors and sins and is not truly sorry - calls for short selling ban
    No it is not me it is disgraced Neil Woodford who today blogs about his ideas for reviving the UK equity market which he has been calling out as cheap since Adam was a boy. Today's missive shows that Neil is not sorry for his sins, he is not repentent, he is still a greedy and untrustworthy bastard.

  4. EnSilica – “pleased to confirm… a strong performance”. Er, what about “the slower economy and the impact that had on the start of new supply contracts”?!
    Writing on company describing itself as “a leading chip maker of mixed signal Application Specific Integrated Circuits” EnSilica (ENSI), yesterday I concluded with the shares down towards 60p that at least ahead of some further financial certainty and with a still above £50 million market cap still avoid/sell. What then of today a trading update commencing, “pleased to confirm that EnSilica has delivered a strong performance in the year, buoyed by continued new business momentum, the execution of significant contracts with key customers and a maturing of the supply business model”?

  5. BREAKING: Regtech Open, surely this is an admission of outright fraud: Zamboni for prison!
    If the FCA was not staffed by such utter clowns it would today be charging Regtech Open Project (RTOP) and its boss and majority owner Alessandro Zamboni with fraud. It would be go to jail Alessandro, do not collect £400, go straight to jail. For an RNS today admits to fraud.

  6. BREAKING: Tirupati Graphite – its new auditor is so utterly mickey mouse, another the reason why the board is not fit for purpose
    Because Tirupati Graphite (TGR) failed to pay its bills, PKF Littlejohn quit as auditor to Tirupati Graphite. The replacement firm who will scrutinize the books for the year to March 31 2024 is Johnsons, a firm with one office in Ealing, West London. This should raise massive alarm bells.

  7. BREAKING: Nightcap cash crisis forces brand downgrades
    My whistleblower has been on the dog and bone and she says that the news out of Nightcap (NGHT) the bars chain run by narcissist Sarah Willingham of Dragon’s Den infamy is getting worse. As explained here yesterday its spoof about loss making buying bars from Revolution Bars (RBG) has been called out so it now has no pretext for a bailout placing. For the cash position is looking increasingly grim.

  8. Liam “The Toke” Murray at Cairn: Has Dominic White paid you yet?
    Over on twitter there seems a mini spat after a bloke who has blocked me so I cannot see what bile he tweets has come up with one of the oldest canards going.

  9. Jeremy Hunt to sink the Titanic (shipyard) and Harland & Wolff?
    A statement is needed urgently from Harland & Wolff (HARL), long a stock which this website has been bearish about. For it seems as if it is, like the rests of us, about to get screwed by the Tories. The shares are 8.75p and collapsing.

  10. Revolution updates on refinancing/sales process: the Nightcap spoof is called out
    Oh dear, oh dear, it looks as if Nightcap (NGHT) will need another pretext for a rescue fund raise before late June if it is to make both payroll and quarterly rent bills. Otherwise, the Fat Lady will be gigging with Sarah Willingham. Revolution has outed Nightcap as spoofers.

The most-listened to Bearcasts this week were:

  1. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Another out of touch elite, I do not buy Malcolm's banks, I am warning you about a new IPO frenzy and musicMagpie
    I start with Eurovision where a Swiss man in a skirt won and where another elite group was exposed as being so out of touch. Then its onto UK equities, banks, IPOs and why I am bearish. Finally, surely its time for musicMagpie (MMAG) to admit that the game is up.

  2. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: On the one hand huge congratulations to David Lenigas but on the other hand there is news from the Oracle
    I start with Big Dave then it is Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI), Harland & Wolff (HARL), Bezant Resources (BZT), Braveheart (BRH) where I am 100% vindicated but Trevor Brown and the team at Nomad Allenby should be in jail, Oracle Power (ORCP), Vast Resources (VAST) and Amaroq (AMRQ), a total steal.

  3. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: How to keep Magna Carta in suspense!
    He will have to wait to the last section of this podcast to find out. In in today's bearcast I discuss Tirupati Grpahite (TGR), Victoria (VCP), Trainline (TRN) and finally, Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI).

  4. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: you can stick your rainbow coloured lanyard and your husband's taxpayer funded porn up your ar*e
    I start with a rant about the NHS and former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith and then Sam Tarry MP and Gaza refugees. I am equally angry with the shit Neil Woodford and his lack of contrition and daft ideas. Then it is Versarien (VRS) and another shit called Neill, Celadon Pharmaceuticals (CEL), Revolution Bars (RBG) and Nightcap (NGHT) where my whistleblower has been on the old trombone. 

  5. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Can anyone explain why Zamboni should not be arrested?
    I start with Horizonte Minerals (HZM) and Ben's Creek (BEN) before turning to the frauds Supply@ME Capital (SYME) and Regtech Open (RTOP), the latter being today's massive scandal and own goal at the wretched FCA. I mention that I have recorded a long video interview at MoneyMagpie.com - I'm not sure when it goes live but it was fun and that the Kefi Gold (KEFI) telegram group is a sewer full of vermin with a lobotomy .

  6. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: We need to work on this definition of lying on AIM
    In today's podcast I discuss lying and placings, Eqtec (EQT),UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Regtech Open (RTOP), Amur Minerals (AMC), Nightcap (NGHT) and Reneuron (RENE). 

  7. Tom Winnifrth Bearcast: Thinking my cat had died
    I start with the cat and a day he and I are both not enjoying. Then gold stocks and what the bulls ignore as they salivate about the gold price. Finally why greedy University lecturers are the architects of their own incoming P45s which makes me glad. 
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