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Saturday 18 April 2015 | The one stop source for free breaking news, expert analysis, and videos on AIM and LSE listed shares



    14 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Bulletin Board Moron of the week Competition 16

    By popular demand it is back. As ever the rules are simple. Filthylucre and Bananabob cannot post their own comments on this website as entries as they are just too good. But any other comment on a Bulletin Board or twitter is eligible. The most ludicrous or idiotic statement wins.

    EPIC code: WRN

    15 minutes ago | By Lucian Miers

    BREAKING:Gatewang & Gate Ventures & Chinese Whispers

    It is easy to see understand why the name of colourful entrepreneur Johnny Hon is conspicuous by its absence in the AIM admission document of GATE Ventures (GATE). Practically everything that he has been involved in (Canton Property, Global Education, Global Entertainment, RG Group to name four) has been an unmitigated disaster. The problem is that it is a legal requirement under the FCA Disclosure and Transparency rules and the flagrant breach of such rules should not be tolerated, even by a body as supine as the AIM Regulation team.

    EPIC code: GATE

    18 minutes ago | By Tom Winnifrith & Steve Moore

    Symphony 2014 results weak, 2015 will be better but how much better?

    Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced disappointing results for the 2014 calendar year, but that “our expectations for 2015 and beyond are to deliver positive and meaningful growth”.

    EPIC code: SYM

    20 minutes ago | By Robert Tyerman

    Horizonte considers funding challenge

    Faced with a near-six year low in the nickel price and still arctic financial markets, unloved Horizonte Minerals (HZM) is going slow with the publication of a bankable feasibility study (BFS) on its flagship $580 million (£390 million) Araguia nickel project in Brazil. Following encouraging results from its 10,200-metre infill drilling programme at the project in north central Brazil’s Para State, entrepreneurial chief executive officer Jeremy Martin says the AIM and Toronto-quoted company is likely to delay the study, originally planned for this year to coincide with a resource update for wholly-owned Araguia, until 2016, because ‘the market sucks and we shall probably delay the BFS until we can do some funding.’

    EPIC code: HZM

    27 minutes ago | By Gary Newman

    Don’t Moan About the Share Price – Trade It

    If you go onto most of the popular share chat forums they will be full of people constantly moaning about the share price. The majority of PIs obviously believe that the shares they hold should be worth a lot more – otherwise you wouldn’t buy them in the first place – but most lack the patience needed to just hold and wait for the fundamentals to be reflected in the market cap of the company, assuming of course that you’ve picked a good company in the first place. 

    EPIC code: UKOG

    10 hours ago | By Robert Tyerman

    Cost drive at Anglo Asian

    Anglo Asian Mining (AAZ) is working to cut costs at its flagship Gedabek mine in the Caucasian republic of Azerbaijan after boosting gold production there 52% in the first quarter of this year to 17,193 oz., though silver output nearly halved to 1,950 oz. and copper production slipped 10% to 184 tonnes. Operated from the Azerbaijan capital of Baku and quoted on AIM, the company, whose heavily-reduced pre-tax profit of £840,000 for 2013 became a £6.9 million loss in the first half of last year, is expected to show a deficit for whole of 2014, but has targeted a significant production increase in gold this year from 2014’s 60,285 oz. to between 70,000 oz. and 75,000 oz.

    EPIC code: AAZ

    10 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Tom Winnifrith UK Investor BearCast - Let's be angry

    I have spent a good night with bloggers and Bulletin Board posters at Free Speech & Liberty. Now to UK Investor show. As investors we should be very angry. I discuss how that anger must be channelled with reference to Berkeley Minerals, Quindell and other cases.

    Bearcast

    20 hours ago | By ShareProphets

    SP Angel Morning Mining Note - Hummingbird Resources

    John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Hummingbird Resources as well as a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

    EPIC code: HUM

    20 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Insetco – it is the end my friend, another AIM Casino disgrace

    On April 2nd AIM Listed Insetco (INC) announced that its Nomad and broker Cairn was to quit on May 2nd and that it was seeking a replacement. I warned you back then that you should sell as this company reeks of Terry Ramsden and is a dog. Well today came news that Cairn has now resigned with immediate effect and the shares are now suspended on the casino.

    EPIC code: INC

    21 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Working with no trousers edition

    I explain the trouser predicament I face at the end of the podcast. It is all to do with UK Investor Show on Saturday and I look forward to seeing you there. Before we get to my issue today I look at Ultrasis (toast), Daniel Stewart, Sefton Resources, Kromek, Igas, Horse Hill nonsense and Optimal Payments

    Bearcast


    19 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Bulletin Board Moron of the week Competition 16

    By popular demand it is back. As ever the rules are simple. Filthylucre and Bananabob cannot post their own comments on this website as entries as they are just too good. But any other comment on a Bulletin Board or twitter is eligible. The most ludicrous or idiotic statement wins.

    EPIC code: WRN

    5 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Breaking: Calling all Morons – want to back Rob Terry of Quindell infamy in his next venture?

    Okay, we know that he committed accounting fraud, securities fraud and insider dealing. We know that the FCA and SFO are investigating him but perhaps the QPPSAG want to back Mr 2+2 can = 5, Mr Robert Simon Terry once again? Well I can reveal how to go about it.

    EPIC code: QPP

    6 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Should I go to the London Stock Exchange AGM to ask about China frauds?

    Whaddya think? Lucian Miers reckons that we should both buy a few shares (and this time I will have full documentation) and head along to the London Stock Exchange (LSE) AGM on April 29th to pick a fight over Naibu (NBU) and the other China frauds. Should we go?

    EPIC code: LSE

    3 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    If you own shares you should vote Labour: The Poulden vs Winnifrith debate on Saturday

    Some last minute changes to the schedule for UK Investor this Saturday the 18th include the annual Richard Poulden vs Tom Winnifrith debate which this year is in a 100 person room on the 3rd floor (the stands floor) not on the main stage. The Motion is “This house believes that if you own shares you should vote Labour in the General Election.”

    Collapsing-Reactor

    23 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Insider Dealer Rob Terry of Quindell infamy puts the FCA on the spot regarding Daniel Stewart

    Is the FCA a total joke? We shall see and the man who is going to help answer that question is insider dealer and unconvicted fraudster Rob Terry. This is interesting.    

    EPIC code: DAN

    6 days ago | By ShareProphets

    Ask Tom Winnifrith any question and win a special prize in one week's time

    One of the main stage talks at the UK Investor show on 18th April ( yes one week away) is an “ask Tom Winnifrith” session where the Sheriff will be interviewed on the main stage by Malcolm Stacey, Nigel Somerville and Amanda Van Dyke The topics will be wide ranging: Quindell (with new material), frauds past and what Tom is looking at next to “go after”, coping with death threats, what changes AIM must make to stop investors getting screwed, his ancestor the pirate, where he sees value, free speech and a bit of personal stuff from three years ago to set the record straight. Do you have a question for Tom?

    Tom

    6 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Why we are hanging onto Optibiotix as we enter unchartered territory

    The largest holding that Real Man has in its portfolio is Optibiotix (OPTI). At 34.5p we are, quite amazingly, looking at a 300% profit (plus warrants) on our initial investment. The size of the holding is, I admit, a trifle frightening as are the gains. But although we have advised readers to bank gains we are not doing that ourselves. Are we mad? I think not.

    EPIC code: OPTI

    7 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - (over) Confidence in a bull market

    In this podcast I start with the debate between Wilderides and miserable froggie Thierry on Shell & BG Group but move to the wider issue of overconfidence ater a seven year bull market. Companies covered include Tungsten, Coms, 4D Pharma,, LGO Energy, Cyan, Plethora and Vipera

    Bearcast

    4 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey

    Is The Share Party Over? – For the Time Being.

    Hello Share Compadres. It is not really expected from me, I know, but I have been getting edgy about the performance of shares lately.

    Malcolm-On-Motorcycle

    3 days ago | By Ben Turney

    Horse Hill and the credibility-killing clarification

    This morning’s “Clarification of Press Comment” from UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), and the other companies participating in Horse Hill, heaps shame on all involved in last Thursday’s monumental ramp. At ShareProphets, we were the first to criticise the BBC, ITV, Sky News and all the other broadcasters, who leapt so obediently onto this propaganda bandwagon, for their deeply misleading coverage. Hundreds, if not thousands, of private investors bought stocks in the Horse Hill nags, thanks to the appalling laziness of too many journalists. Within 24 hours, most of these ordinary people were facing losses of upwards of 35% on their “investments”. This disgraceful episode illustrates once again why AIM is in such desperate need of comprehensive reform.

    EPIC code: UKOG


    19 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Bulletin Board Moron of the week Competition 16

    By popular demand it is back. As ever the rules are simple. Filthylucre and Bananabob cannot post their own comments on this website as entries as they are just too good. But any other comment on a Bulletin Board or twitter is eligible. The most ludicrous or idiotic statement wins.

    EPIC code: WRN

    23 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Insider Dealer Rob Terry of Quindell infamy puts the FCA on the spot regarding Daniel Stewart

    Is the FCA a total joke? We shall see and the man who is going to help answer that question is insider dealer and unconvicted fraudster Rob Terry. This is interesting.    

    EPIC code: DAN

    2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - 16 April

    Not hungover and after my first full night's sleep since Saturday I am back with my normal balanced and tolerant view of the AIM casino. Where do I start? Horse Hill, the POS ValiRx, Foxtons, Premaitha, Plethora, Telecom Plus (expect real fireworks on that one from Kevin Ashton on Saturday), Northern Petroleum and China Norfolk Jiasen.

    Bearcast

    2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Worthington Group – I might not be on acid but it feels like a really bad trip

    Shrooom…another lump of sugar said the dormouse?. If you insist. I took the tab as I prepared to read the latest RNS from Old Mother Worthington Group (WRN). Sitting on a tangerine cloud a group of mad hatters posted comments franticly on the LSE asylum.  Actually I haven’t taken any drugs for years but every time I read a release from Worthington I feel that I am having some sort of ghastly flashback. Is that Doug Ware I see chatting to the Queen of Hearts. Off with Tom Winnifrith’s head! No it was not the Queen, it was Aiden Earley or was it Craig Whyte? Anyhow, yesterday’s RNS was mind blowing. Shroooooom!

    EPIC code: WRN

    23 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM

    Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Daniel Stewart Nomad quits, Rob Terry of Quindell stink special

    Nomad Westhoiuse has done the decent thing and quit as Nomad to shamed and disgraced Daniel Stewart (DAN) and it is all down to his links with the insider dealer and fraudster Rob Terry of Quindell infamy as I explain in this podcast. I really enjoyed recording this.

    EPIC code: DAN

    21 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Working with no trousers edition

    I explain the trouser predicament I face at the end of the podcast. It is all to do with UK Investor Show on Saturday and I look forward to seeing you there. Before we get to my issue today I look at Ultrasis (toast), Daniel Stewart, Sefton Resources, Kromek, Igas, Horse Hill nonsense and Optimal Payments

    Bearcast

    23 hours ago | By HotStockRockets

    Madagascar Oil Rock n' Roll - here we go!

    Madagascar Oil (MOIL) has announced “the award of the Development Mining Title for the Block 3104 Tsimiroro Production Sharing Contract by the President of Madagascar” – this representing the first production sharing contract to enter into the development phase in Madagascar.

    EPIC code: MOIL

    2 days ago | By Thierry Laduguie

    FTSE 100: 2015 rally is done

    The FTSE 100 made a new all-time high this week while the S&P 500 failed to make a new high. There is a divergence between the UK and the US index, if the S&P makes a new high as I believe there is a good chance the FTSE will rally too.

    Stock-Chart-(Generic)

    19 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

    Insetco – it is the end my friend, another AIM Casino disgrace

    On April 2nd AIM Listed Insetco (INC) announced that its Nomad and broker Cairn was to quit on May 2nd and that it was seeking a replacement. I warned you back then that you should sell as this company reeks of Terry Ramsden and is a dog. Well today came news that Cairn has now resigned with immediate effect and the shares are now suspended on the casino.

    EPIC code: INC

    2 days ago | By Gary Newman

    Westminster Group will benefit from reduction in Ebola cases

    Just when it looked like Westminster Group (WSG) was finally about to start living up to expectations it was hit by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The AIM-listed company provides security services to governments and private companies around the world, so often the exact nature of its contracts are rather vague. 

    EPIC code: WSG


49 Red Flags – how to avoid investing in shares that will plunge by Tom Winnifrith

By ShareProphets 107 days ago

ShareProphets Press' first book of 2015 is by Tom Winnifrith, The Man who exposed the fraud at Quindell. In it, Winnifrith demonstrates the forensic accounting techniques that he uses to expose the secrets that companies are trying to hide. No investor should be without it.

Get FIVE Books by Tom Winnifrith worth £29 for free

By ShareProphets 198 days ago

Tom Winnifrith now has FIVE books all written within the past year on sale on Amazon.  Together they cost £29 but you can order all five for FREE today.

EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks

By ShareProphets 222 days ago

 

Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explians how

71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

By ShareProphets 253 days ago

 

Get the latest ebook by Tom Winnifrith and Robert Sutherland Smith, 71 Years in the City, 71 Tricks of the Share Trade

Together Robert Sutherland Smith and Tom Winnifrith have now been working in finance for 71 years - the last ten or so together. Tom wishes to stress that RSS accounts for most of that, the great value investor starting his City career at the Unilever Pension Fund the year before Tom was born. In this book they outline 71 tricks of the trade for making money from shares.

The 49 Golden Rules of Making From from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks

By ShareProphets 267 days ago

 

Get the latest ebooks by Tom Winnifrith and Ben Turney, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas, and Mining Stocks.

Iain Maitland: The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property

By ShareProphets 318 days ago

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Malcolm Stacey: Armchair Tycoon

By ShareProphets 449 days ago

The classic by Malcolm Stacey is back in a new eBook edition, Armchair Tycoon. The secrets disclosed in this book are vital for anyone wanting to make a mint from the Stock Market ... the lazy way. We have just secured another 75 copies for regular ShareProphets readers. Sign up straight away for your free copy to avoid disappointment.

Tom Winnifrith ebook: The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Shares, RRP on Amazon £10.25 - A few FREE copies on offer

By ShareProphets 479 days ago

 

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Zak Mir: The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of Shares

By ShareProphets 510 days ago


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