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Wednesday 1 June 2016 The one stop source for free breaking news, expert analysis, and videos on AIM and LSE listed shares


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

Bulletin Board Moron of the Week - I am Spartacus, No you are all Tom Winnifrith

Cynical Bear has discovered a gem of madness on the LSE Asylum. It seems that if anyone posts a bearish piece on this website it does not matter who the author is named as, the piece was actually written by me, Indeed I am a busy chap because such loons are also convinced that I spend my entire day posting bearish comments on various bulletin boards under various nom de plumes. Hmmmmm why get paid to write when you can post crap for free...why didn't I think of that before?

11 hours ago | By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater

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12 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Saying the unsayable - Advanced Oncotherapy is surely a massive sell

You can't be critical of shares in companies that are fighting cancer or of ones beloved by Bulletin Board Morons and Malcolm Stacey. Yes I can! Sorry but shares in Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) are surely a stonking sell. Then I cover PCG Entertainment (PCGE), and with reference to Teathers (TEA) I look at Boxhill (BOX) which will go to zero one way or another. I have a few comments on Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) but flag up that I am penning a piece tomorrow

12 hours ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM

Filthy 40 MoneySwap – loan drawdown and a nasty read-across from PCG Entertainment which needs a full Steward’s

Oh dear, oh dear. I have the utmost respect for Richard Poulden who had the grim task of overseeing today’s awful trading update from AIM-China play PCG Entertainment (PCGE) and like Tom Winnifrith I had hoped that his outfit might prove to be a rare winner on the Filthy Forty. My experience of him has been one of immense integrity a very sharp mind so it is with considerable sadness that I am writing this. But a bit more digging later, it looks just awful – although, I must stress, not on Mr Poulden - and there is a worrying implication on fellow Filthy Forty play MoneySwap which is already is considerable trouble. Sadly, I fear that AIM Regulation needs to do a full steward’s here.

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

Teathers - Nomad quits, cant get accounts out on time - Directors must be fired at GM

Shares in Teathers Financial (TEA) were set to be booted off the AIM Casino as of Monday for failing to implement its investment policy. The crowd thought it was all over...it is now! With a spectacular hat-trick of own goals Jason "Geoff Hurst in reverse" Drummond has handed victory to his, many, critics.

13 hours ago | By Steve Moore

Goals Soccer Centres – boardroom change aplenty, but trading change?

Since announcing 2015 results – which I reviewed HERE – Goals Soccer Centres (GOAL) has now announced appointments of a new CEO and three new non-executives (including a new senior independent non-executive) as well as updated on trading and a review of the business…

13 hours ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM

Filthy 40 Univision – profit warning

Shares in ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play Univision Engineering (UVEL) are currently trading 17% lower after the company announced a profit warning in relation to the poor trading performance of its 52%-owned Taiwanese subsidiary T-Com Technology Co. Ltd. This is not the only issue facing the company, however.

16 hours ago | By Steve Moore

Monitise – content business disposal off due to strong performance and prospects & to minimise uncertainty. Really?

With its shares rising fast from sub 2p at the start of March, Monitise (MONI), noting the movement, updated that it was “in very early stage discussions regarding a possible disposal of the Content business”. Now, these discussions have “ceased” - with the shares currently sliding back below 3p in response…

18 hours ago | By Nigel Somerville

AfriAg – annual report shows what a spoof Lenigas director buying was

Delisted from AIM and so now only listed on the ISDX lobster-pot AfriAg (AFRI) published its FY15 Annual Report the other day. You can read it HERE. There remain plenty of unanswered questions (see HERE) but on one point the Annual Report reveals an extraordinary cynicism in the boardroom as it was before former Exec Chairman David Lenigas departed the scene.

18 hours ago | By David Scott

When you can hear the Bitcoin ice cracking - you know there’s a crisis coming.

We got an indication of what the Chinese may do on Monday morning on the Yuan's morning fix, after Yellans bullish comments sent the markets rushing to update there forecasts on the date of the next US interest rate rise-I think July. Because on Saturday, unprecedented volume of bitcoin buying out of China, sent the digital currency soaring to the highest level since 2014, as insiders fled the Chinese currency and so to script on Monday the official exchange rate of the onshore Yuan was lower by nearly 0.5%, from 6.5490 to 6.5794, the lowest fixing in more than 5 years, or February 2011.

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

Inspirit = In fecking denial = In The Merde

There is trouble in the boiler room...not that you'd know it if you read the bollocks being pushed out by jam tomorrow POS Inspirit Energy (INSP). The company has today issued an RNS which is laughable. It really is the most blatant crap you will read all day. Over to the boiler room:

19 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

PCG Entertainment - shocking trading statement, just shocking

With a heavy heart, since good friends are involved in PCG Entertainment (PCGE) those of us who had hoped that it was the China AIM play that would work out well, today look in dismay at a share price cratering and a trading statement that is just shocking beyond belief. This was meant to be the good China play..what does that say about the rest?

19 hours ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM

Igas – new Nomad and Broker appointed: bail-out imminent?

Shares in AIM-listed and over-indebted Igas Energy (IGAS)  had a good week last week, rising by about a third in value before slipping back again. But its balance sheet problems (well documented on ShareProphets, see HERE) continue to mount and this morning it was announced that Investec has been appointed Nomad and joint Broker, replacing the previous incumbent Jefferies International. Whilst one might wonder if Jefferies jumped or was pushed, the bigger question is when the bail-out re-financing will come and how big the shafting for existing shareholders will be.

19 hours ago | By Cynical Bear

Xtract sells Manica: Good deal?

Feeling a bit sad writing this having read the RNS issued by Xtract Resources (XTR) last week about the disposal of the Manica project to Nexus and MTI for $17.5 million. I feel that I should pay my respects.

20 hours ago | By Malcolm Stacey

There's a Fair Chance that FairFX Will See its Customer Count Fairly Fly.

Hello Share  Swelterers. I don’t much like the name of today’s firm I offer for your consideration. You see, I don’t admire company titles which are hard to remember or even say because they don’t conform to the rules of grammar. The company is FairFX  (FFX) which is a prime offender reference my aforementioned prejudice. But having said that, this share is fashionable. That’s because of the EU referendum. If we leave Europe, the pound is expected to take a hit. I dunno why exactly, as the Euro should also be damaged by one of its biggest members leaving. But there we are.

1 day ago | By Cynical Bear

Watch out Real Madrid, the Sub-Standard Shockers XI is ready to take on all-comers

Some of you will know I have a bit of a bugbear with the use of the Standard Segment of the Official List, particularly for small investment companies, so in the spirit of Nigel’s great work on the FilthyForty, I have compiled my very own football team of Standard List participants to follow throughout the forthcoming seasons.

1 day ago | By Gary Newman

United Cacao is a speculative buy - at the right share price

When it comes to commodities people usually think in terms of oil or mining companies, but there are also many ‘soft’ (grown) markets, and some of these have been performing strongly.

2 days ago | By Nigel Somerville

Does the Bagot/WH Ireland case suggest a change in the law is required?

That WH Ireland was deemed responsible for the horrific investment losses of pensioners Mr and Mrs Bagot is in little doubt: the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) found in the Bagots’ favour. But due to its limited remit the maximum award it was able to enforce came to just £150,000 plus some costs and interest. Given that the actual losses (and recommended recompense) were a healthy multiple of that figure I wonder whether this outcome shows that the current system is flawed.

2 days ago | By Graham Neary

Gulf Keystone Petroleum - Revelations: The Final Judgement

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

It is with no small sense of humility that I disclose a token short position in Gulf Keystone Petroleum.

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

Fraudster Rob Terry in the Prison showers Caption Contest Result

It is no shock that the Rob Terry bar of soap caption contest produced a flurry of entries as you can see here which focussed in on a similar theme. Terry knows all about folks getting an unexpected shafting does he not? Soon he will find out that the Good Lord was right after all and that it is indeed better to give than to receive. Anyhow the winning caption is:

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

The Quindell Fraudsters Reunion at Quob Park - Tim Scurry is back for his 4th Rob Terry fraud

With the Serious Fraud Office closing in on Quindell (QPP) fraudster Rob Terry and his gang, the round up of suspects is going to be made easier by the way more and more of them are pitching up at Rob's new ponzi, Knob Park. The latest gang member to join is Tim Scurry, a Canadian now embarking on his 4th venture with Terry.

11 hours ago | By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater

Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron - get free copy of new Tom Winnifrith book

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7 days ago | By Steve Moore

Driver Group – interims fail to provide post profit-warning boost as dividend axed

Having updated earlier this month that profit would be “significantly short of market expectations” and an increase in the bad debt provision – see HERE, Driver Group (DRV) has announced results for its half year ended 31st March 2016. As expected, they ain’t pretty…

7 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey

To Be Crude, Oil Looks Perkier, which Is Why I Stick with High Dividend BP

Hello Share Chippers. I rate my large number of oil stocks in the same bracket I consider banks - a real solid gold let down. As I mainly invested in oil and banks because I once thought the sectors were relatively safe, I am even more disappointed. Banks of course have been a drain on our pockets ever since the big crunch of 2007. Whereas oil has only recently taken a nasty dive.

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

Tom Winnifrith Bonus Bearcast for Paul Scott - this is why moral journalists break news of placings - ref Cyan Scoop

Paul Scott is slating me for breaking news of the Cyan (CYAN) placing which the company has now confirmed in a grudging sort of manner. I examine why Paul is upset but explain why his argument is flawed and why he needs to direct his ire at the company not at me. Ever since there have been financial journalists our job has been to break stories of placings, bids and profits warnings. I explain why that is the moral thing to do and exactly why it was the moral thing to do to break the Cyan placing today. I've been breaking such stories as a financial journalist for 25 years. I am bloody good at it and so have no plans to stop. It is one of the few things I do which I can say, without doubt, is morally right. My snake encounter article, I mention in the podcast, is HERE

7 days ago | By Gary Newman

easyJet will continue to see strong growth in the future

Shares in a number of companies in the airlines sector are looking quite appealing at the current levels that they are trading at, and for me EasyJet (EZJ) falls into that category.

7 days ago | By Cynical Bear

FastForward Innovations – Lorne Abony is clearly better than Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital combined!

I’ve been looking forward to seeing the final results of FastForward Innovations (FFWD) which came out late yesterday due to a ridiculous comment that the CEO, Lorne Abony, made at the recent Master Investor Show.

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

LightwaveRF - an RNS which misleads

I have picked up LightwaveRF (LWRF) before for the way that it mangles the English language in its statements. It makes Chris Oil look like John Le Carre. Back in July 2015 I took its language mangling as an intent to gloss over the grim reality and said it was a Red Flag The shares have duly collapsed from 38p to 15p and today it serves up another RNS which is misleading. It is bullshit.

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

BREAKING: Teathers waters down its attempt to blackmail its own shareholders, lies from Olly Fattal exposed: sack the board

Yesterday I exclusively revealed HERE that Teathers Financial (TEA) had told rebel shareholders that if they did not withdraw an EGM request to sack the board, a mystery £1 million investor would walk. Teathers boss Oliver Fattal gave the rebs until 3 PM to pull the request. They declined. Today Teathers has changed its tune. That on its own tells you the board are worse than poltroons and should be fired. I now publish Olly's email.

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

Tom Winnifrith Bonus Bearcast: Eden I am not "warned off" - results out - it is a fraud

Eden Research (EDEN) had results yesterday. Drunken Sailor says that BB Morons reckon that I have been warned off with legal threats and so am not saying anything. Au contraire, I just missed them. I'd love to see the Eden bitchez in court, It all ended so well for them and the 3DM motherfuckers last time they tried it on in 2005 did it not? So for the avoidance if doubt Eden's results show that it committed wholesale fraud in 2015 as is its wont, it will run out of other people's cash by Christmas 2017 and is a worthless piece of crap as I explain in the podcast. If PR oaf Paul "Queenie" McManus wants to keep briefing the morons that I am scared so be it. The facts are otherwise.

7 days ago | By Steve Moore

Coms – full-year results and chat with CEO & CFO, exciting growth potential?

Following their appointments last year and the announcement of results for the company’s year ended 31st January 2016, I’ve chatted to Coms plc (COMS) CEO Mark Braund and CFO Spencer Dredge…

7 days ago | By Graham Neary

NewRiver Retail - A REIT for Bullish Income Investors

NewRiver Retail (NRR), the AIM-listed real estate investment trust focused on the retail sector, has announced its annual results this morning. It marks the latest chapter in a stock which is likely to land in mainstream ETFs and funds later in the year.

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

UPDATED: Blenheim Natural Resources - placing ahoy - nope placing at 0.6p not happening

Blenheim Natural Resources (BNR) has today issued a ramptastic release about IGS, a pretty unexciting company it invested in as a result of a sordid related party transaction. It clearly hoped to push the shares higher but instead they are 13% down at 0.5-0.6p. Why? 

6 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM

WH Ireland and the Bagot Scandal – picket resumes tomorrow

Mugged pensioner Jim Bagot still has an outstanding gripe with AIM-listed WH Ireland (WHI). ShareProphets can reveal that tomorrow he will be back outside its London offices to resume his protest.

7 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM

Igas – Trading update: the market cap is insane!

This morning AIM-listed and over-indebted Igas Energy (IGAS) released a trading update ahead of its AGM to be held this morning. The elephant in the room is, of course, its outstanding debt in the form of bonds - £103 million worth as at the last accounts – which mature in March 2018, less than two years away.

7 days ago | By Steve Moore

Judges Scientific – “AGM Statement” = half-year profit warning

Having first noted caution on this site on shares in scientific instruments company Judges Scientific (JDG) in early 2014 HERE, I see the shares currently 17.5% lower today, at 1500p, and an “AGM Statement”. Hmmm…

6 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey

Regus Shows the Way to the Office of the Future - Today

Hello Share Punchers. Most of us have our larger holdings in Footsie giants. But you may want to follow my general policy of also having a bunch of lesser known companies in your bag. In my humble experience, it’s sometimes here where the fastest profit-gaining stocks are more likely to be found. Let’s have a look then at a firm which may have escaped your radar so far. It’s called Regus (RGU)  And actually, it’s not a small company at all, having a market cap of £2.72 billion. However, I’ve not featured it much before. But it is a nifty operator and perhaps I ought to have done.

11 hours ago | By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater

Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron - get free copy of new Tom Winnifrith book

Get the new ebook by Tom Winnifrith out next week, 22 Mistakes ALL investors in shares must avoid (Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron). ORDER NOW FOR DELIVERY WITHIN 24 HOURS

2 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Answering the Question asked by the Daily Mail

I prepare for a celebration lunch with lefties in the grim North. Woe is me. But my mind wanders to what else was happening in 1966? I am really not on the ball today. Then I ask how can we say that investors are protected if fraudster Rob Terry can raise cash for his Knob Park ponzi via crowdfunding? Then I answer the question in today's Daily Mail (a loathsome rag) - in a low interest rate era should you pay off your mortgage?

2 days ago | By Graham Neary

Gulf Keystone Petroleum - Revelations: The Final Judgement

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

It is with no small sense of humility that I disclose a token short position in Gulf Keystone Petroleum.

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

Bulletin Board Moron of the Week - I am Spartacus, No you are all Tom Winnifrith

Cynical Bear has discovered a gem of madness on the LSE Asylum. It seems that if anyone posts a bearish piece on this website it does not matter who the author is named as, the piece was actually written by me, Indeed I am a busy chap because such loons are also convinced that I spend my entire day posting bearish comments on various bulletin boards under various nom de plumes. Hmmmmm why get paid to write when you can post crap for free...why didn't I think of that before?

11 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Saying the unsayable - Advanced Oncotherapy is surely a massive sell

You can't be critical of shares in companies that are fighting cancer or of ones beloved by Bulletin Board Morons and Malcolm Stacey. Yes I can! Sorry but shares in Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) are surely a stonking sell. Then I cover PCG Entertainment (PCGE), and with reference to Teathers (TEA) I look at Boxhill (BOX) which will go to zero one way or another. I have a few comments on Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) but flag up that I am penning a piece tomorrow

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

Can the FCA really be so useless that it allows Rob Terry to raise cash on an industrial scale from mug punters again?

It appears that the answer to that question is yes. Terry has not only said he is going to do it but he has told the FCA how he is going to do it. And the chocolate teapots appear happy to let this continue. It is bad enough that Terry boasts that he made in excess of £30 million from the Quindell fraud, but it seems in Britain he can carry on stealing and no-one cares.

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

Rob Terry's Quob Park Ponzi gets into Crowdfunding with delisted Daniel Stewart

You could not make this up but fraudster Rob Terry is getting into crowdfunding working alongside Peter Shea, the boss of disgraced ex AIM Casino listed China fraud specialist Daniel Stewart (DAN). It was, of course, Daniel Cesspit that listed Quindell on a fraudulent prospectus and signed off of the fraudulent deals with TMC Southern, that conjured up entirely fictitious profits for Quenron in 2011. The SFO will sooner or later arrest Terry and he's going to jail, but it seems as if Shea is determined to implicate himself by association.

18 hours ago | By Tom Winnifrith

PCG Entertainment - shocking trading statement, just shocking

With a heavy heart, since good friends are involved in PCG Entertainment (PCGE) those of us who had hoped that it was the China AIM play that would work out well, today look in dismay at a share price cratering and a trading statement that is just shocking beyond belief. This was meant to be the good China play..what does that say about the rest?

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

Fraudster Rob Terry in the Prison showers Caption Contest Result

It is no shock that the Rob Terry bar of soap caption contest produced a flurry of entries as you can see here which focussed in on a similar theme. Terry knows all about folks getting an unexpected shafting does he not? Soon he will find out that the Good Lord was right after all and that it is indeed better to give than to receive. Anyhow the winning caption is:

1 day ago | By Cynical Bear

Watch out Real Madrid, the Sub-Standard Shockers XI is ready to take on all-comers

Some of you will know I have a bit of a bugbear with the use of the Standard Segment of the Official List, particularly for small investment companies, so in the spirit of Nigel’s great work on the FilthyForty, I have compiled my very own football team of Standard List participants to follow throughout the forthcoming seasons.

18 hours ago | By Cynical Bear

Xtract sells Manica: Good deal?

Feeling a bit sad writing this having read the RNS issued by Xtract Resources (XTR) last week about the disposal of the Manica project to Nexus and MTI for $17.5 million. I feel that I should pay my respects.

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

Teathers - Nomad quits, cant get accounts out on time - Directors must be fired at GM

Shares in Teathers Financial (TEA) were set to be booted off the AIM Casino as of Monday for failing to implement its investment policy. The crowd thought it was all over...it is now! With a spectacular hat-trick of own goals Jason "Geoff Hurst in reverse" Drummond has handed victory to his, many, critics.

17 hours ago | By David Scott

When you can hear the Bitcoin ice cracking - you know there’s a crisis coming.

We got an indication of what the Chinese may do on Monday morning on the Yuan's morning fix, after Yellans bullish comments sent the markets rushing to update there forecasts on the date of the next US interest rate rise-I think July. Because on Saturday, unprecedented volume of bitcoin buying out of China, sent the digital currency soaring to the highest level since 2014, as insiders fled the Chinese currency and so to script on Monday the official exchange rate of the onshore Yuan was lower by nearly 0.5%, from 6.5490 to 6.5794, the lowest fixing in more than 5 years, or February 2011.

2 days ago | By Nigel Somerville

Does the Bagot/WH Ireland case suggest a change in the law is required?

That WH Ireland was deemed responsible for the horrific investment losses of pensioners Mr and Mrs Bagot is in little doubt: the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) found in the Bagots’ favour. But due to its limited remit the maximum award it was able to enforce came to just £150,000 plus some costs and interest. Given that the actual losses (and recommended recompense) were a healthy multiple of that figure I wonder whether this outcome shows that the current system is flawed.

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

Inspirit = In fecking denial = In The Merde

There is trouble in the boiler room...not that you'd know it if you read the bollocks being pushed out by jam tomorrow POS Inspirit Energy (INSP). The company has today issued an RNS which is laughable. It really is the most blatant crap you will read all day. Over to the boiler room:

1 day ago | By Gary Newman

United Cacao is a speculative buy - at the right share price

When it comes to commodities people usually think in terms of oil or mining companies, but there are also many ‘soft’ (grown) markets, and some of these have been performing strongly.

2 days ago | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM

Tern – acquisition of Flexiant: a marriage made in heaven, or one of convenience?

On Thursday of last week AIM-listed investment company Tern (TERN) announced the acquisition of Flexiant Limited. It looks a bit of a complex deal, but the question in my mind is what Tern has actually bought? And since Tern already has a holding in the parent company of Flexiant, how does it leave that looking?

60 days ago | By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater

22 Mistakes ALL investors in shares must avoid (Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron)

Get the new ebook by Tom Winnifrith, 22 Mistakes ALL investors in shares must avoid (Don't be a Bulletin Board Moron).

148 days ago | By ShareProphets

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

49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of SharesGet the 2016 Edition of THE ebook by Zak Mir, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Technical Analysis of Shares

182 days ago | By ShareProphets

25 Tips for Trading in Small Cap Shares

25 Tips for Trading Small Cap Shares is the perfect read for anyone intested in investing in fast moving small cap shares. Written by experts in the AIM market, 25 Tips for Trading Small Cap Shares will get you up to speed in a a quick, easy to read eBook.

192 days ago | By ShareProphets

The Ten Shares you must buy now for Christmas

ShareProphets Press' NEWEST book of 2015 is by Zak Mir. In it, the UK's most well-known technical analyst suggests the the shares you must buy now for Christmas.

208 days ago | By ShareProphets

Eight shares to buy for the Christmas Rally - find out which ones NOW

ShareProphets Press' NEW book of 2015 is by Tom Winnifrith, Ben Turney, Chris Bailey and the whole ShareProphets team. In it, the editors of the UK's most compelling financial website look for the eight shares to take advantage of by buying ahead of the 'Santa Rally'.

274 days ago | By ShareProphets

The Magnificent Seven: Seven shares to buy now thanks to the stock market crash

ShareProphets Press' fourth book of 2015 is by Tom Winnifrith and the ShareProphets team. In it, the editors of the UK's most compelling financial website look for the seven shares that are worth buying after the stockmarket crash.

274 days ago | By ShareProphets

Zak Mir's 10 best share buys for Autumn 2015

ShareProphets Press' third book of 2015 is by Zak Mir. In it, the UK's most well-known technical analyst looks at the 10 best share buys for Autumn 2015.

326 days ago | By ShareProphets

7 gold stocks to buy now - published this weekend - order your complimentary copy now

ShareProphets Press' fourth book of 2015 is by the writers of ShareProphets. Why now is the right time to buy gold and the seven stocks you should buy.

344 days ago | By ShareProphets

Top Oil Stocks to buy for Summer 2015 - New ShareProphets Guide

ShareProphets Press' third book of 2015 is by the writers of ShareProphets. In it, the UK's most well-informed writers look at the best-bet oil stocks to buy for summer 2015.

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Zak Mir: The Ten Stocks to buy for Summer 2015

ShareProphets Press' second book of 2015 is by Zak Mir. In it, the UK's most well-known technical analyst looks at the 10 best share buys for Summer 2015.

516 days ago | By ShareProphets

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

ShareProphets Press' first book of 2016 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.

607 days ago | By ShareProphets

Get FIVE Books by Tom Winnifrith worth £29 for free

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.

632 days ago | By ShareProphets

EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks

EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks

 

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

662 days ago | By ShareProphets

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

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

 

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.

677 days ago | By ShareProphets

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

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

 

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

728 days ago | By ShareProphets

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

The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property

Get the NEW ebook by Iain Maitland, The Golden Rules of Making Money from Residential Property. Act fast - there are only 100 free copies available ahead of publication on Amazon on Monday. Pay £10.25 then and there or order a free copy now for despatch within 72 hours HERE.




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