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Notes from Underground – Most read articles for the week ending 6 July

By Darren Atwater | Sunday 7 July 2024


Here are the most read articles and the most listened-to Bearcasts over the past seven days. The most read non-Tom article, non voting Reform article last week is by Steve Moore, with Feedback plc – contract award, a “compelling validation” of its technology? at No 3 or No 6 including Bearcasts. 

The most-read ShareProphets articles this week were:

  1. Why I am voting Reform and so should you
    This website has published advocates for Labour, the Lib Dems and the Tories during this election campaign. Now for the other major party: Reform. Having voted Tory in 2019 I am now backing Nigel Farage. And here is why.

  2. BREAKING: Cleantech Lithium deceives its investors about £1m funding, Fatty fecks it up again
    Shortly after parting ways with its former CEO after a share dealing scandal exposed HERE, Cleantech Lithium (CTL) announced on 22 April that it had raised £1million. That RNS was a lie. It stated:

  3. Feedback plc – contract award, a “compelling validation” of its technology?
    Medical data technology company Feedback plc (FDBK) has announced a contract award which it argues “is a compelling validation of our technology”. Does it look sufficiently compelling to justify a current more than 10% share price rise to above 80p?

  4. Chaarat Gold: when a company talks about protecting creditors shareholders know they are 100% fecked
    I am not sure where the Kyrgyz Republic is or where the local airport is. It sounds lie the sort of place you send the mother in law on holiday. But I reckon the Fat Lady should be making enquiries as Chaarat Gold (CGH), a company that has been promising to build a gold mine there since Malcolm Stacey was a lad, looks set for a gig with her soon. It is not just the numbers in today’s statement but the wording.

  5. An apology to David Lenigas, Britain's leading gold commentator on Red Rock Resources
    I might have suggested once or twice that Mr David Lenigas was another dodgy Aussie penny share promoter prone to overegging the pudding on twitter. If so I apologise.

  6. Amaroq Minerals – “major milestone” towards development of Nalunaq, Buy
    Amaroq Minerals (AMRQ) has announced the achievement of a milestone which it has been working towards for over four years and emphasising its commitment to best practice on its “path to bringing Nalunaq into production”.

  7. BREAKING PHOTO Article: Tirupati Graphite Refinancing c/o the Supply@ME director and part time gay party girl nun
    Shares in Tirupati Graphite (TGR), a company that right now is technically insolvent, have raced ahead by 38% to 5.9p on news that it has engaged two advisors to help it raise £3 million for working capital ( i.e. paying mounting bills and funding ongoing losses and payments to private companies owned by the Poddar family) and £80 million for project finance. SPOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOF

  8. BlueJay Mining, shameless ramping & spoof share buying, the bulletin board morons love it!
    Anyone who has followed the years of shameless ramping, pumps and placement dumps at BlueJay Mining (JAY) under penny share grifter Rod McIllree will surely be aware of his modus operandi. Well it seems not as the shares are up by 68% today at 0.505p as Rod goes full Rod. Let’s start with the share dealing.

  9. Deltex Medical Group – “Half-year Trading Update”, what about the overall balance sheet position that dare not speak its name?!
    Medical technology group Deltex Medical (DEMG) has issued a “trading update” including highlighting “EBITDA positive for two months during H1 2024; continuing improvement in EBITDA expected in the second half of the current financial year ending 31 December 2024”. So what of a current share price response down more than 9% to 0.15p?

  10. Photo article from a London private club: guess who Lucian Miers is drinking with this lunchtime?
    Can you guess and do you want to supply a caption in the comments section below?

The most listened-to Bearcasts this week were:

  1. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Does anyone at all care about breaking AIM Rules or the utter incompetence of Fatty Cornish?
    In today's bearcast I look at Cleantech Lithium (CTL), BlueJay Mining (JAY), Eight Capital Partners (ECP), Regtech Open (RTOP), Nightcap (NGHT), Tern (TERN), heading for zero, and Tirupati Graphite (TGR), ditto.

  2. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Standing up for fellow shareholders in Kefi
    On Kefi Gold and Copper (KEFI) I act not, like some, by ranting from a padded cell with posts on this site or by signing in to the demented Telegram group but by standing up to the board over a new incentive scheme. I also discuss Nightcap (NGHT) and its new investor Robus whose motto is "In principle, there are no bad companies, only bad prices." I think it is about to find how untrue that is. Then it is Eight Capital (ECP) and Dispensa (DISP) and clear evidence of more crime. Finally Harvest Minerals (HM1) and Technology Minerals (TM1)

  3. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: RIP olive picker Bryan Coombe, aka Ouzo Man
    I start with the sad news about Bryan and an episode with Avacta (AVCT) he almost found amusing as his illness worsened. Then Physiomics (PYC), Wishbone Gold (WSBN), David Lenigas and finally Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) and the boardroom bonus issue.

  4. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: The West is doomed whoever wins the US or UK elections, stay long gold and emerging markets
    Sorry if I am a bit downbeat, blame Gareth Southgate for watching England is torture. I also mention en passant Nightcap (NGHT), Eight Capital Partners (ECP) and Max Rets Ventures (MAX). 

  5. Tom Winnifrith Bonus Bearcast: after the election should we sell all UK shares, all AIM shares, sell UK PLC, buy Farage for 2029?
    Let's get the election out of the way with one podcast then get back to shares. I ask what happens next and in 2029, and what should we sell right now?

  6. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Argent Pharma this is bonkers and so too is Avacta
    By Sunday three world leaders could be on their way out, I discuss all three and fear that Le Pen's France Inc is an even bigger short than Starmer's UK. Then it is onto Argent Pharma (RGT), Technology Minerals (TM1) and Avacta (AVCT)

  7. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Argo to halve, Amaroq to double
    In this podcast I discuss Pipehawk (PIP), reasons to be more bearish on gold, oil and bitcoin, Argo Blockchain (ARB) and Amaroq (AMRQ)

  8. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: talking to Kefi today
    The podcast is what it says in the title. Shareholders, especially the morons in the Telegram Group, can thank me later.
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