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Tuesday 27 June 2017 The one stop source for free breaking news, expert analysis, and videos on AIM and LSE listed shares


4 June 2016, 08:44 | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

Pssst! Ssshhhh!! Don’t mention the Fastjet EGM

ShareProphets likes to bring you the news that companies don’t want you to see. In that vein we bring you yesterday’s RNS from the AIM-listed mile-high croc of **** with no CEO and which is running out of cash otherwise known as Fastjet (FJET) which was entitled Notice of AGM. To make things look really kosher it came out at 3.36pm on a Friday: no-one-is-watching o’clock. Whilst some in the square mile may already have been off lining up the Friday night coke and hookers, we were still watching. Blow me down with a feather, it wasn’t just a notice of AGM.

4 June 2016, 08:19 | By Malcolm Stacey |

Why Your Shares Might Not Fall For Much Longer - Ref: The Big Brexit Vote.

Hello Share Schemers. I read a very recent piece on this glittering website from Terrers the Frenchman. Readers of his occasional, but very well researched and detailed articles, will know that he usually takes the gloomy view. And this is what happened in Thierry’s latest interesting piece which points out that the Footsie is once again on the back foot. In his opinion things may just get worse before they come better. And yet, as he also mentions oil prices have risen and the S & P has been trading near highs. So what’s holding the Footsie back? Well, I think we all suspect it is the uncertainty over Europe.

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3 June 2016, 15:06 | By Tom Winnifrith |

LGO Energy: results preview: it will be a sea of red ink.

LGO Energy (LGO) should be publishing the year end accounts for 2015 within the next week. If the accounts are audited we will probably see LGO declaring an operating loss of between £10-15 million. I have not seen any analysts expectations so its hard to assess how the market will react to this.

3 June 2016, 14:44 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

It's Ouzo Time! Outsourcery shares suspended, serial failure Dragon's Den Piers Linney admits its a wipeout!

The BBC could not get enough of Piers Linney as a Dragon on the Den. Black, working class and from the North the chap was, we were told, worth £100 million. If only he'd been in a wheelchair and a lesbian and the Beeb would have got the full Politically Correct suite but heck Piers was "minority" enough and the State Funded broadcaster creamed itself. Sadly it was all a myth. 

3 June 2016, 14:21 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Even Paid for Researchers admit that Fastjet is a dog needing a bailout - Equity Development pulls targets

Oh dear, Oh dear, when even those you pay to produce buy notes, refuse to promote your shares you know that you are in trouble. Equity Development, which has been pumping Fastjet hard since 2013 has today said it cant set a target price any more. Cripes, I suppose that if FastJet can spare a few quid it could always get Gollum and Zak Mir to ramp its shares but back to those  paid for rampers we can take, at least a bit, seriously.

3 June 2016, 14:04 | By Tom Winnifrith |

Teathers Financial & Inspirit FD Nilesh Jagatia on the run

Earlier today we flagged up a planned rampfest investor evening organised by jam tomorrow and hot air producer Inspirit Energy (INSP) which - according to the original RNS - featured an array of attractions including Zak Mir - who was laughably described as the UK's favourite technical analyst, which Nomad signed off on that crap? - and a chance to quiz FD Nilesh Jagatia. Oh goodie goodie thought a number of folk from the Teather (TEA) shareholder action group who would like to ask Nilesh about how he has trainwrecked their company and if he condones blackmail?

3 June 2016, 11:50 | By Steve Moore |

Goals Soccer Centres – placing & strategic review conclusions, can it drive future growth though?

Having recently noted boardroom change aplenty but questioned trading change at Goals Soccer Centres (GOAL), the company has now announced completion of a strategic review, resulting in that “four strategic priorities have now been set”, and a 100p per share, £16.75 million (gross) placing. These are targeted to “help strengthen the group's market leading position, improve ROCE and increase value for shareholders over the longer term”. Hmmm...

3 June 2016, 10:53 | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

SeaEnergy – shareholders shafted: it’s a zero, nada, rien, zippo. All the money’s gone

Well you can’t say you were not warned on countless occasions (see HERE), having called this a sell back in September of last year, and naming it as one of my top picks for a zero in the UKI magazine in November. This morning AIM-listed (but not for much longer) SeaEnergy announced that it had gone into administration and that its hapless Nomad WH Ireland had resigned with immediate effect. I’ll bet WHI is really pleased it took on this dog-with-fleas back in November. I hope that readers duly collected their bags of crisps before the shares were suspended pending clarification.

3 June 2016, 09:57 | By Tom Winnifrith |

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - sticking it to Mayair, Jupiter Energy and in fact all Australians bar Kylie

In today's podcast I start with a few words on Greece as I head up to the Greek Hovel and the snakes. Then I move through TrakM8 (TRAK), Avanti Communications (AVN) and onto Boxhill (BOX). Lord Razzall: we will give you the day off to compose a resignation (in disgrace) letter, there are two more bombshells for you but they can wait until the weekend. I look at Bushveld (BMN), Jupiter Energy (JPRL) - and what its crisis says about oil companies in general - and finally I spend a good time taking apart Mayair Group (MAYA)

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3 June 2016, 09:19 | By Graham Neary |

Begbies Traynor – Looking to Benefit from the Pent-up Demand of Mass Bankruptcies

Begbies Traynor (BEG) is a fine example of a counter-cyclical stock. As the UK’s leading independent insolvency practitioners, they see a great deal of business when other firms are failing. It has been an unexciting value stock for the past several years, but this morning’s acquisition news shows there is still plenty of potential here.

3 June 2016, 08:57 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

An Evening with a snake and a hooker c/o Inspirit

It is good to see that Inspirit Energy (INSP) is spending the £750,000 from the bailout financing of last month wisely. Canapes and stockmarket hookers all round.

3 June 2016, 07:59 | By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM |

FastForward – clarification over the $1 million. Now what about that £500,000?

Following my piece on Wednesday asking what had happened to a second tranche of investment into Leap Gaming, AIM-listed FastForward Innovations (FFWD) yesterday finally got around to an RNS confirming that it has now all completed. Hot on the heels of Cynical Bear’s Gotcha on Boxhill (BOX) perhaps we should start up a ShareProphets Nomad Services outfit - £30,000 a year retainer per company? That’ll do nicely.

3 June 2016, 07:55 | By Steve Moore |

DCD Media – follows no-one watching o'clock "business update", with no-one watching o'clock results

Following a true 'no-one watching o'clock’ “Business Update” from DCD Media (DCD), it has followed suit with the results announcement – with a 4:10pm release. I wonder why...

3 June 2016, 07:49 | By Malcolm Stacey |

C'mon Postie, Don't Be Slow, Your Shares in Royal Mail Could Go Man Go.

Hello Share Crunchers. Let me send you a letter recommending you research Royal Mail (RMG). I believe, though am not entierly sure as I don't look too closely into her finances, that my wife still holds some shares. So I am not entirely unbiased. Though I sold mr Royal Mail stock some time ago for a tasty profit - and have no plans at present to buy them back. This is not because I believe the share has a limited prospect of rising, but because this family already owns enough Royal Mail shares. Eggs and baskets and all that.

2 June 2016, 16:42 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Nighthawk savaged by a dead sheep - these shares are toast

I have noted before that Zac Phillips, the oil analyst at SP Angel is normally only too kind to shite oil companies on the AIM Casino. He bends over to be nice to them and to excuse their lamentable performance. But just now and then, the inner Zac emerges. It is like when mild mannered Sir Geoffrey Howe plunged the knife into the blessed Lady Thatcher, an episode which was seen as "like being savaged by a dead sheep"

2 June 2016, 16:33 | By Tom Winnifrith |

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - The Times Newspaper, financial journalists are part of the problem not the solution to crooked markets

I start by analysing a very odd paragraph concerning Aureus Mining (AUE) in the Times Market Report. Then it is onto Boxhill (BOX) which is a zero, Lord Tim Razzall you are "in sights" there is more to come. Then it is onto Armadale (ACP), Purecircle (PURE) and FastJet (FJET), oh Duck & Dive where are you? It's time to say "sorry TW was right, as usual - I am sorry for daring to suggest that his analysis was wrong."

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2 June 2016, 16:07 | By Thierry Laduguie |

FTSE 100 going down alone

The FTSE 100 closed down on two consecutive days, it would appear the bear trend has resumed. Oil is still trading near the highs, the S&P 500 is still trading near the highs, it seems the FTSE is going down alone. It could be something to do with the referendum or it could simply be that the UK index is leading the way as it has often done during the bear market. In this case I expect the S&P to follow the FTSE lower. 

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2 June 2016, 13:06 | By Cynical Bear |

The Lord Razzall Resignation BOX set (Part 2): Phil Jackson in court case debacle!

Good to see that Boxhill Technologies (BOX) finally RNS’d the winding-up petitions that it had received last Friday but I’m afraid I’ve got more. My bedtime reading last night included a 600 page court case transcript of a hearing in the High Court, Chancery Division, from last July in which former CEO of Boxhill, Phil Jackson, didn’t exactly cover himself in glory.

2 June 2016, 12:10 | By Steve Moore |

Sabien Technology – more problems (& some pure comedy) in the boiler room

“The board of Sabien Technology Group plc (AIM: SNT), the manufacturer and supplier of M2G, an energy efficiency technology, announces that the company now expects to report revenues of c. £0.9m and a loss of up to c. £1.7 m in the financial period to 30 June 2016”. Hmmm, let’s read on... ‘UK pilot programme’, ‘Sales pipeline’, ‘Overseas pilot programme’ and finally ‘UK trading’… “results for the current financial year stem from the withdrawal of a number of large prospects from the opening pipeline at 1 July 2015 and a reduction in contract value of a number of sales”. Uh oh…

2 June 2016, 11:03 | By Cynical Bear |

The Lord Razzall Resignation BOX set (Part 1): Care to mention the Winding-Up Petition??

The more I dig into the chaotic world of Boxhill Technologies, the smellier it becomes. Having spent the last 24 hours trawling through reams of information sent through to Shareprophets, I can only echo Tom’s clarion call to shareholders from his Bearcast yesterday – SELL!

10 hours ago | By ShareProphets |

The June edition of the UK Investor Magazine is live - 5 share Tips, voting guide, and where to emigrate if the wrong party wins

The June edition of the UK Investor Show Magazine is live featuring three resource shares to buy,  two more share tips, a voting guide for investors, and where to emigrate if the wrong party wins a special offer expiring on June 14 and much more.

 
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2 days ago | By Darren Atwater |

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by David Lenigas on steroids

The prize is a cheap one way flight to Mars organised by Elon Musk a promoter who makes David Lenigas seem bashful and understated. The challenge: We're looking for exemplary examples of sheer stupidity from those founts of brilliance; LSE.co.uk, III.co.uk and ADVFN.co.uk. The deadline to post your entries in the comments section below is midnight, Sunday 25 June.

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7 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey |

Blistering Performance of IQE Shares, But I'm Not selling Yet

Hello Share Scrimpers. When one suggests a share which becomes a two-bagger plus, there is a bit of a duty to keep readers appraised of developments. That is to examine whether it looks like enough is enough and it's time to consider taking profits. In the case of IQE (IQE) though, this is perhaps not the case.

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

Condor Gold Nicaragua Court No Show as it bullies peasants opposing La India Mine

Condor Gold (CNR) has still to inform its long suffering investors of the enormous opposition it faces on the ground as it tries to develop the La India gold mine in Nicaragua. Perhaps it is because CEO Mark Child knows that his company is acting like fascist bullyboys in the way they deal with poor local peasants. Child's actions probably impress his offshore based asset stripping millionaire mates but in the wider world the mood is changing and robber capitalism is not so cool any more. So what is overpaid and underperforming Mark not telling you?

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

Are we starting to see the revenge of the exploited AIM private investor? Or are they being double duped

Few, other than the clowns such as Marcus Stuttard at the LSE, can argue against AIM having delivered absolutely dreadful returns for investors. Since its launch the AIM Index is down by 5.4% (dividends included). The FTSE 100 has doubled over the same period and the FTSE Small Cap Index is 250% ahead. Actually the numbers are even worse. Strip out a handful of massive winners like ASOS and Domino's Pizza and the AIM Index is into double digit losses. But are private investors who have born the brunt of this wealth destruction now getting revenge with spate of attempted boardroom purges? Yes and No.

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7 days ago | By Steve Moore |

Flowgroup – from “actively pursuing” sale to that business being the “primary focus” of the company in just a few months

Flowgroup (FLOW) has updated following a “successful re-capitalisation of the company”. Hmmm – having commenced 2017 at comfortably above 8p and been above 3p prior to a financing announcement last month, the shares have this month fallen below 1p...

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

Fusionex - last day to sell, Nomad quits, homophobic ADVFN moron J777J19 have fun!

As I had suggested might happen several times, Nomad Stifel has resigned the Fusionex (FXI) account. It could not wait for the AIM delisting on the 26th. Instead it gave notice after hours yesterday that it was quitting as Nomad and Broker with effect from 5PM today. Hooray.Game over.

7 days ago | By Nigel Somerville |

Ariana – Placing/Subscription/Director Participation, £2m at 1.3p- did I goof?

Well that solves that: a big placing and a very disappointing 1.3p price tag to boot. So what to do now? 

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

Milestone - another bailout placing ahoy from the AIM Rule Breakers

The underlying problem with Milestone Group (MSG) is that it is a crap business that never generates any cash. Thus in order to keep CEO Deborah White in the lifestyle to which she has become accustomed and to keep paying crony capitalist advisers such as shamed PR firm Walbrook (Eden, Fusionex, Advanced Oncotherapy etc) it relies on bailout placing after bailout placing with shareholders seeing value destroyed every time.

5 days ago | By Tom Winnifrith |

Little Steve Sanderson of UK Oil & Gas in action on the Weald Basin caption contest

It seems that little Steve Sanderson of UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) was hosting anyone who was interested at the company's site at Broadford Bridge on the Weald Basin. Just last week the Old Bill were arresting local protestors near the drill pad, so what is little Steve saying now? Suitable captions in the comments section below with a deadline of midnight tonight please.

7 days ago | By Cynical Bear |

Toople – Let’s hear it for Epsilon Investments, a modern-day St Jude

A blast from the past yesterday as I note that the Singapore-based investor, Epsilon Investments, has acquired 10 million shares in Toople (TOOP). As Epsilon’s history shows, it really is the modern day patron saint of lost causes, AIM’s very own St Jude; although I wonder if it recently had a very narrow escape.

6 days ago | By Cynical Bear |

Xtract Resources: Plus ca change - more delays, more ramping and more dilution (plus a Royal Ascot tip)

I thought I would pause before commenting on yesterday’s RNS from Xtract Resources (XTR) relating to the Manica alluvials as I felt it was odds-on that more dilution would come from one source or another following the ramping off the back of it. Surprise, surprise, Yorkville cashed in and announced a loan note conversion today, but let’s take a closer look at the announcements in any event.

6 days ago | By Steve Moore |

HaloSource – Woodford dog bailed out by few friends it has left, will the end still be the same though?

HaloSource (HALO) “is pleased to confirm that the company has raised approximately £1.8 million ($2.2 million) through the issue of an aggregate of 117,692,560 new common shares to new and existing investors at a price of 1.5 pence per new common share”. I bet it is…

6 days ago | By Malcolm Stacey |

Viva Aviva as it Simplifies in the Hope of Raising Dividends & Making More Cash

Hello Share Swipers. Quite a few insurance policies of mine have been taken over by one firm which seems to flood the market these days. I refer to Aviva (AV.), a firm which knows a lot about generating cash.

6 days ago | By Andre Brand |

Qatar and helium make Solo Oil a true special situation

The term “Special Situation” has often been used as labeling by the marketing teams of funds as a means of attracting added investor interest in some of their funds where a strategy to invest in a “Special Situation”…….well sort of exists.......the actual fact is, the discovery of true “Special Situations” that offer real opportunities for investors to gain an advantage because of the “Special Situation” rather than the underlying fundamentals of the equity in question are actually not so easy to come by. Which leads me nicely onto Solo Oil (SOLO) and Helium-One.

6 days ago | By Nigel Somerville |

CyanConnode – Beaufort marks down to an "ex corporate" hold - does that mean sell?

AIM-listed CyanConnode – Cyan to its friends – (CYAN) again looks set for a fair ride the wrong way after Beaufort Securities drew the red pen to its speculative buy note. It is now flat – a plain hold – which to normal people means sell. Of course, Beaufort was until recently a broker to the company, but that obviously has nothing to do with it. Beaufort states:

6 days ago | By Steve Moore |

Surface Transforms – despite delays, argues “continue to look forward with confidence”. Hmmm - cash crunch ahoy?

Surface Transforms (SCE) has made an “Operations, Customer and Pre Close Trading Update”, including that a German OEM is “now expected to introduce the company's products earlier than expected - on racetrack cars - in 2018” and “the company is now in full production, on all processes, at Knowsley”. However, other news is far from positive…

26 June 2017, 14:48 | By ShareProphets |

The June edition of the UK Investor Magazine is live - 5 share Tips, voting guide, and where to emigrate if the wrong party wins

The June edition of the UK Investor Show Magazine is live featuring three resource shares to buy,  two more share tips, a voting guide for investors, and where to emigrate if the wrong party wins a special offer expiring on June 14 and much more.

 
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25 June 2017, 09:51 | By Darren Atwater |

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by David Lenigas on steroids

The prize is a cheap one way flight to Mars organised by Elon Musk a promoter who makes David Lenigas seem bashful and understated. The challenge: We're looking for exemplary examples of sheer stupidity from those founts of brilliance; LSE.co.uk, III.co.uk and ADVFN.co.uk. The deadline to post your entries in the comments section below is midnight, Sunday 25 June.

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25 June 2017, 08:03 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Tom Winnifrith: I lied to you - I have a 19th share, I'm 99.75% down in four months and over the moon

Yesterday I revealed to you the 18 shares I own and thanks for all the comments. For the avoidance of doubt that portfolio started at zero four and a bit years ago and we have more than trebled our money to date. It happens. But I lied to you, the portfolio is incomplete. I own two other shares. 

25 June 2017, 08:24 | By Steve Moore & Tom Winnifrith |

Reach4Entertainment - Stoller resigned from board stays with Spotco - what next? BUY

We had heard that there were boardroom, er discussions, underway at Reach4 Entertaiment (R4E) and thus it is no great sutprise to see that David Stoller is to step down as Executive Chairman and as a director as of September 30.

25 June 2017, 08:38 | By Steve Moore & Tom Winnifrith |

Petropavlovsk - the dodgy Russians win, Hambro et al out, what to do...

Rather as in the general election we found ourselves on the losing side at the Petropavlsovsk (POG) EGM. Peter Hambro and all bar two of the old board are out and nominees of the dodgy Russian shareholders are in. How should one view this?

25 June 2017, 08:43 | By HotStockRockets |

Falanx - very odd share price moves ahead of results date: upgrade of stance to BUY

Shares in Falanx (FLX) were almost 10p a month ago. The other day they were 6.25p to sell. What on earth happened? What fundamental event caused the company to lose more than a third of its value? Of course there was no such event. Price does not equal value.

26 June 2017, 10:38 | By Tom Winnifrith |

Big Sofa - is the unnamed Consumer Goods Multinational Partner P&G? we think it is

On 12 June Big Sofa (BST) announced a Global Agreement with a Consumer Goods Multinational based in the US. This was a big deal and reinforces our bullishness on the shares. But it did not name the company. But hang on have a look at the company's recently updated website below:

26 June 2017, 09:01 | By Darren Atwater |

Winner of the Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by David Lenigas on steroids

It's a sad day in the annals of the Bulletin Board Moron contest. 

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26 June 2017, 11:20 | By Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley |

56 tonne gold sale in 60 seconds rocks bullion market: muppets at play?

At 09:00 this morning gold was rocked by a 56 tonne (1.8 million ounce) gold sale - but it remains a mystery who ... and why.

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26 June 2017, 09:09 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Bombshell: How Rita Whittington changed her service agreement at Magnolia after GM requisition - this is attempted theft

As we saw earlier as I relayed the sordid take of Rita, her brother and Belle Trace, not so lovely Riita Whittington, the shamed and embattled CEO at Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP) entered a service contract with her employer on 11 November 2011. On 2nd June 2017 the company received a GM request to, inter alia, fire Rita. So what to do?

25 June 2017, 08:17 | By Lucian Miers |

Bellzone Mining equity is all but worthless - do you know about the China crooks?

Bellzone Mining (BZM) was floated by Canaccord in 2010 (on April Fool’s day as it happens). It raised £30 million at 35p to fund the development of an iron ore project in Guinea, West Africa, the baby of Aussie entrepreneur Nikolajs Zuks, valuing the company at £184 million. Seven years on the company is still in the feasibility stage, having spent $336 million of shareholders’ money and, with the share count having more than tripled, the market cap is £33 million.

26 June 2017, 08:59 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

Oooo Err Mrs - Management Resources Solutions picks up A$3.6m claim - wipeout?

Those who took part in the 5p £3.5 million placing in Management Resource Solutions (MRS) in April could today sell at a loss of 50% after news came in that the company faces a potential wipe-out event - a A$3.6 million legal claim. Oh dear. At least we long term bears can raise a smile. TW 7 BB Morons nil. Once again those who thought they knew better did not....

26 June 2017, 08:11 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

P45 for Rita Whittington - how SHE made $491,500 in 3 months, trading in Magnolia's back yard

At a number of levels this is critical and adds to the, already compelling, case for diching Rita Whittington at the forthcoming Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP) GM. Putting family on the payroll is bad enough, operational failure & misleading statement after misleading statement are clear but this is sordid.

26 June 2017, 11:19 | By David Scott |

Mother Of All Bubbles - there is no such thing as a free lunch

It typically takes about a 5% cut in US interest rates to fight bad US recessions and it was even worse after the Lehman crash in 2008. The Fed ran out of ammunition after 4.75% points and had to flood the system with liquidity by printing money. The total was, in artificial terms, the same as an 8.5% cut in rates. Currently the Fed has just 1% of cuts to play with in a crisis and in addition more QE is looking unlikely with both a growing electoral backlash and the fact that the two new Fed members suggested by the Trump administration, Randal Quarles and Marvin Goodfriend, are both staunch conservatives and very hostile to QE. This means the Fed may have to fight the next downturn with little in its arsenal.

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26 June 2017, 08:09 | By Malcolm Stacey |

Walk like an Egyptian & Consider Grabbing A Glittering Interest in this Big Miner - Just in Case

Hello Share Peelers. Some of the smarter minds in the big city keep telling us that gold will explode in value sooner or later. And yet the price of the yellow stuff is not exactly exploding. Never mind, if only as a hedge against shares in all other sectors, it makes sense to maintain an interest in gold.

25 June 2017, 08:45 | By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM |

For the Record No 3: Nomad Cenkos YET again put on record about RNS lies by client Mercantile Ports & Logistics

When AIM listed Mercantile Ports & Logistics (MPL) disappears up in smoke having sent tens of millions of UK Investor cash to money heaven, the stink will force Nomad Cenkos to show that it acted in a way that did not bring the Casino into disrepute, as it did when it allowed Quindell to commit wholesale fraud. Thus one shareholder, a veteran of the ports and logistics industry, is putting Cenkos on record now so that it can have no excuse at the death. letter one HERE raised clear questions of fraud. Letter two HERE showed more cases of how Mercantile misled investors. Now the shareholder has followed up again with a third letter to the head of corporate governance at Lagos Securities, Amber Wood, cc'ing in Redleaf, the PR to Mercantile as well as Quindell at the height of that fraud. Do Cenkos and fragrant Amber give a toss about clients lying to investors?

26 June 2017, 09:41 | By Nigel Somerville & Tom Winnifrith |

Advanced Oncotherapy – when the Final Results don’t tell you everything you need to know

AIM-listed Advanced Oncotherapy(AVO)  has released its final results RNS for 2016 with four days to go before deadline day  Bully for Advanced. But there are no notes to the accounts and why is there no no auditor’s statement – the very things that we were looking for. What is the company hiding? We are told that the report WILL be made availlable on the website but hang on...this is crucial!