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Notes from Underground – Most read articles for the week ending 8 June

By Darren Atwater | Sunday 9 June 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 Nigel Somerville, with Ariana – Due Diligence Completed in Zim: STRONG BUY, 5p initial target at No 3 or No 11 including Bearcasts. 

The most-read ShareProphets articles this week were:

  1. BREAKING: Chill Brands shares suspended – it admits it has no idea about current trading or its financial position
    Oh dear. Oh dear. As disgraced ex tipster Mike Walters would say as yet another of his tips collapsed it seems as if things at Chill Brands (CHLL) are a complete shambles and, admitting, that it has not got an idea how bad they are, the shares have been suspended at the company’s request. That is to stop a false market. I suggest that insolvency now looks very possible.

  2. VIDEO: Tirupati Graphite – these allegations are shocking
    The rebels at Tirupati Graphite (TGR) have recorded a promotional video as they seek to oust the board at a GM. The allegations are just damning as you can see below.

  3. Ariana – Due Diligence Completed in Zim: STRONG BUY, 5p initial target
    AIM-listed Gold producer Ariana Resources (AAU) has announced that is has largely completed its due diligence on the Dokwe Gold project in Zimbabwe, currently owned by Rockover Holdings which is itself subject to a takeover deal from Ariana. 

  4. Golden Prospect – Christmas Tip Update And Proposed Share Buy-Back. Shares can still treble
    Fully-listed Golden Prospect (GPM), an investment trust in the Gold and precious metals sector was my buy tip for this year, at 28p. With the stock having closed last week at 35.5p, almost 27% ahead, the tip is doing just fine, although my ramblings from the Montana Log-Cabin would suggest I think there is plenty more to come as a loyal shareholder. So the shares are at the very least a great hold for me.

  5. Amaroq Minerals – confirms a copper porphyry system, a bonus! Buy
    Amaroq Minerals (AMRQ) has issued a South Greenland copper exploration update headlined “Confirmed porphyry / intrusion related copper and molybdenum body at Target West supports mineral potential of South Greenland Copper Belt. 24 further copper targets identified ahead of 2024 field season”. This is further good news but not discounted in a 73p share price.

  6. Which AIM CEO credits her success with “emptying my head”
    When it comes to decision making, “pounding the pavement” for up to 12 miles a day, meditating, what she terms “emptying her head” is critical to her success claims one AIM CEO. Can you guess which one? She explains:

  7. So Farewell then James Parsons
    The whore blogger, Fat Bastard, Malcolm Graham Wood left the board of Ascent Resources (AST) on May 31 and the cleansing of this Augean stable was completed yesterday with news, predicted in a recent bearcast, that “Mr James Parsons, has also elected to stand down from the Board with immediate effect”
  8. Tom Winnifrith investment in administration: but before the morons celebrate too much

    The notice is up at Companies House. The company is in administration. It is official now I have lost everything. “That TW@ screws up yet again” say my admirers on the Bulletin Boards. But before they get too excited.

  9. The View From The Montana Log-Cabin As Gold Eases A Little More
    Gold closed the week at $2,327 – marginally down from last week’s $2,333 but essentially flat on the week as the recent strong rise continues to be digested. Whilst I expect a further rise to come, there’s no sign of it as yet.

  10. Petrofac unsuspended, shares soar: its all technical, don’t get caught long or short with your trousers down
    Shares in Petrofac (PFC) are back from suspension with its annual report published last week and they have rocketed by almost 70% to 17.5p, a market cap of £76 million: don’t get caught with your trousers down. Remember the auditors “disclaimed” their opinion such is the mess the company is in.

The most listened-to Bearcasts this week were:

  1. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Has Panmure sacked a quarter of its staff today? What Jim Mellon would say about Tirupati...
    I start with the Panmure reports coming in to Sheriff Towers. Then I Iook at Chill Brands (CHLL), Technology Minerals (TM1), the Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN) helium ramp, Beacon Energy (BCE) and Tirupati Graphite (TGR) where I am 99% sure Jim would view this scandal as I do.

  2. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: madness!
    I start with D Day and the rewriting of history and then move into to NightCap (NGHT),Wood Group (WG.), Regtech Open (RTOP) and Eco Buildings (ECOB).Mr. Market is almost always wrong you know!

  3. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Another ffing INSET day and don't shoot the messenger
    I start with the lazy teachers. Then, i am afraid, it's back to Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) where a statement is now needed tomorrow.

  4. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: why the hell not vote for Farage?
    I start with the "experts" at the Met office. I've been bloody cold for several months do these chumps take us all for idiots? Then it is onto Nigel Farage and his news of yesterday which I cover in more detail HERE. But given how useless the political class is in its entirety and how Farage winds up the folks in the London liberal media bubble it is very tempting to vote Reform. Then it is onto Chill Brands (CHLL) and Technology Minerals (TM1).

  5. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: have the wretched Tories really jacked up taxes 1000 times since 2010?
    A poster on the comments section says they have. I can believe it of the useless clowns but is it true? I then discuss Technology Minerals (TM1), the shortable Argo Blockchain (ARB), Victoria (VCP) and Seed Innovations (SEED) where I am long and, I fear, wrong

  6. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: the woke always eat the woke, the case of Baillie Gifford
    I start with D day events in this village last night then move onto how woke fund manager Baillie Gifford was devoured by the even more woke with nobody at all gaining. Then it is crony capitalism and the utter pointlessness of Kibo (KIBO) and Versarien (VRS). Then more on three mid caps you can short and how: Argo Blockchain (ARB), Novacyt (NCYT) and Powerhouse (PHE). And now I must brace myself for another meeting with the Shipmans to discuss my latest blood tests. 

  7. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: How on earth can AIM Regulation NOT throw the book at La Willingham and the FCA at sex pest Odey
    I start with the labours of Hercules, or rather me, in the gardens here at the Welsh Hovel. Then it is the scandals at Nightcap (NGHT) and the late Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO).
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