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Advanced Oncotherapy announces death spiral Part 1: Will it apologise for misleading investors on that one? And is Metric loan now off?

Published 2 days ago

Serial misleader and worthless bag of AIM listed shite Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) today announced that it has secured death spiral financing for £13-26 million from the lowest of the low DS funders, Bracknor. That is bad enough and will see the shares forward sold to buggery, as I will outline in a separate piece. What is worse is that it exposes Advanced for again misleading investors.

Kefi Minerals Fund Raise - grit your teeth and buy

Published 7 days ago

This Kefi Minerals (KEFI) share tip at a 0.58p offer has not been a good one so far. We apologise and as shareholders share your pain. The shares are now 0.34p-0.36p. We took more shares in this fundraise at 0.33p on the view that the underlying value is c1p per share. So what has happened?

What Hargreaves Lansdown Nominees owning shares in the fraud Cloudtag really means - it is not good

Published 9 days ago

Over on the LSE Asylum and elsewhere in Bulletin Board Moron land there is some excitement that Hargreaves Lansdown appears to speak for a large number of shares in the AIM fraud that is Cloudtag (CTAG). The dreamers reckon this is good news as the post below shows. Au contraire mes amis...

CloudTag – another L1 conversion, new bargain basement price. How long until 0p?

Published 22 days ago

AIM-listed jam the day after tomorrow company CloudTag (CTAG) has announced the latest death spiral loan conversion by L1 – this time at just 4.5p per share. Of course, for a company with no product and no orders and which has been, shall we say, economical with the actualitees that is still overvaluing the shares by 4.5p. 

Andalas train wreck results (it is bust) and possibly the most expensive death spiral in AIM history

Published 23 days ago

Andalas Energy (ADL) is bankrupt but pretends that it is a proper company. Anyone reading train wreck interims to October 31 2016 can only wonder why its directors have not been charged with trading whilst insolvent. It's a total rum and coke but it gets worse.

Cloudtag - Sub 5p by end February says Bear Raider Waseem Shakoor

Published 32 days ago

Shares in the AIM listed fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) have dribbled lower to 6.5p to sell today but what is noticeable is the volume, or rather lack of it. In the face of a complete lack of orders from CES as well as minimal evidence that Cloudtag even has a sales ready product, buying interest seems to have tried up. Even the Bulletin Board threads are going quiet as the company appears to have stopped issuing lies about orders, potential orders and shipments of product. So what happens next?

CloudTag – predictably another conversion by L1, but now warrants being exercised too

Published 38 days ago

This morning AIM-listed CloudTag (CTAG) has announced, predictably enough, another loan note conversion by L1. But in what looks to be a bit of a surprise move, L1 has also elected to start on the warrants too, despite there still being loan notes outstanding. But oh dear, what about the dates…..

Notes from Underground: It's the end of the world as we know it

Published 40 days ago

In a mere five days, Donald Trump becomes president of the United States. In 90 days or so, Theresa May promises to pull the plug on the world's largest trade bloc.

Open letter to Cairn: after shock video exposes wholesale Cloudtag lying you must quit NOW

Published 47 days ago

Hapless Nomad Cairn has so far refused to resign as adviser to the AIM fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) despite incontrovertible evidence of house it has misled investors with RNS statements that are outright lies throughout 2016 and in doing so has committed blatant securities fraud. Today's shock video from CES where an Onitor spokesman admits that there is no release date yet is surely the straw that breaks the camel's back in that it directly exposes as a lie every statement made in November & December about 2016 sales that was used to get away a £4.1 million death spiral fund raise. I have written to Tony Rawlinson & Liam Murray at Cairn and cc'd in that useless poltroon Marcus Stuttard, head of the oxymorons at AIM Regulation demanding a statement and action.

MySQUAR: A cash-burning, “jam tomorrow stock” – AVOID!

Published 49 days ago

A tad surprisingly, I got into cryptography at Christmas so, taking inspiration from a mighty opus in that domain, I thought I would look at a shockingly, disappointing stock, MySQUAR (MYSQ), using a particularly odd approach. No trophy for working out my antics as you may actually find it a risky topic to Disqus, but can I actually do 400 words on this stock in a fitting way with my customary virtuosity?

CloudTag – Waseem Shakoor bang on the money again as L1 converts another slice at 6.5p, and what happened to Hector?

Published 50 days ago

Yesterday the bear raider Waseem Shakoor tweeted that he expected another conversion notice within 24 hours as L1 sought to offload another line of its death spiral loan funding onto AIM-listed CloudTag’s gullible shareholder base. Right on cue, this morning we learnt that the conversion notice was served yesterday, seeing L1 convert £250,000 of notes into shares at just 6.5p. That, against the current bid price of 8.5p. Having thought that my plan for great riches as an AIM death spiral financier might be fraught with danger, I wonder whether I should reconsider.

CloudTag – just how much cash is this company burning? £9m in 2016?

Published 51 days ago

With the L1 funding package now fully drawn, AIM-listed CloudTag has now had an awfully large amount of money, yet we are still to see a product available for it to sell. But thumbing through the RNSs of the last few months shows an incredible cashburn. Where has it all gone?

CloudTag – drawdown of final tranche L1 funding, and yet another clarification needed by Nomad Cairn?

Published 51 days ago

Two RNS announcements this morning from AIM-listed CloudTag (CTAG) this morning tell us that the company has drawn down the final amount of cash under its death spiral funding deal with L1. The problem is that the dates don’t quite work. Perhaps Nomad Cairn would care to clarify (yet again)?

ShareProphets share tips of the year number 13, sell Cloudtag says Lucian Miers

Published 58 days ago

Lucian is off on a tour of Eastern Euroland but when asked what his top sell tip for 2017 was he was in little doubt - at almost any price the answer is Cloudtag (CTAG) with a target price of nil. Actually Lucian does not see the shares hitting zero. However...

ShareProphets Share Tips of the year 2017: No 2 Sell Cloudtag says Tom Winnifrith

Published 63 days ago

I kick off my contribution to the 24 share tips of the year for 2017 that ShareProphets writers will be publishing between now and January 3 with one of the four sells I shall deliver. And I start with the most obvious: sell AIM fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) at 7.125p with a 0p target.

Cloudtag - was the EGM approval for share issuance invalid? How can Nomad Cairn not quit NOW?

Published 63 days ago

It seems like an eternity of lies ago but the EGM of AIM fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) was in fact just 11 days ago and at that meeting shareholders approved two motions relating to share issuance that allowed the L1 death spiral to go ahead. But they were lied to.

CloudTag – L1 converts, company takes the piss. Will Nomad Cairn now finally walk?

Published 64 days ago

Well surprise, surprise. AIM-listed CloudTag (CTAG) gets its shares unsuspended and a few days later L1 converts another batch of loan notes, as announced in last night's no-one-is-watching o’clock RNS. OK, no great surprises so far – especially in view of the price action since the suspension was lifted. But look at the terms: has there been a a material and previously unannounced change, and if so, when?

CloudTag – draws first half of Tranche 2, but where did £50k expenses come from?

Published 66 days ago

After last week’s “cleansing” RNS which saw the previous suspension finally lifted, you would have thought that there were no further little surprises to come from AIM-listed CloudTag (CTAG). So imagine my surprise at reading yesterday’s RNS announcing the drawdown of the latest lump of cash from L1: just where did £50,000 of expenses come from?

Xtract Resources – Massive dilution ahead….but will it actually help?

Published 69 days ago

Earlier this week, Xtract Resources (XTR) announced an upcoming EGM to authorise the issuance of a further 9 billion shares, a mere 50% of the current share capital! Sounds like a lot but one needs to have a look again at the last heavily dilutive funding round in November to ascertain whether this is actually going to help.

LGO - After the pump the inevitable dump

Published 73 days ago

Having ramped its shares up to 0.15p by pretending that the refinacing of its bank debt was by anything other than a death spiral and with some huffy puffy claptrap about new drilling, LGO Energy (LGO) got back to what it does best today, a placing to dilute yet again.

Lucian Miers writes to AIM Regulation re forward selling by L1 and Cloudtag market abuse

Published 75 days ago

Bear raider Lucian Miers has again challenged the Oxymorons at AIM Regulation to take swift and firm action against Cloudtag (CTAG) for market abuse but has also raised the issue of forward selling by death spiral provider L1 Capital. This is effectively running a naked short and should thus be illegal. Miers writes: 

Filthy 40 All Asia Asset Capital – keeps the lights on with a new contender for most expensive loan in AIM history

Published 78 days ago

At the new no-one-is-watching o’clock of lunch-time yesterday, ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play All Asia Asset Capital (AAA) announced that it had received £100,000 in the form of a convertible keep-the-lights-on loan from an entity controlled by an un-named shareholder. One assumes that it must be a very small shareholder as there was no Related Party Transaction statement, but the terms suggest that the company is in a spot of bother. Er, actually a serious spot of bother.

LGO Energy signs up to death spiral and its shares surge... whatever

Published 78 days ago

Shares in LGO Energy (LGO) have raced ahead by 33% to just over 0.14p on news that the company has signed up to a new uber expensive death spiral. Truly some folks just do not get why death spirals are called death spirals. But every cloud has a silver lining: the cash means that LGO can repay French banksters BNP Paribas.

Notes from Underground: Popcorn time

Published 82 days ago

Well, it's time to sit back, put one's feet up, and watch how the Cloudtag events unfold. Will the company avoid the terrible fate of the death spiral? Or will it, as the bulletin board morons suggest, suddenly demonstrate a viable and desirable wearable product at the CES 2017 trade fair in, oh, five weeks.

CloudTag – Lucky Competition Winner announced early!

Published 83 days ago

Call me reckless but with still four weeks to go I’m calling the result of the CloudTag sweepstake, although not before having to deal with another steward’s enquiry on Race 2! Read on to find out who is going to be the proud and lucky owner of a “money-can’t-buy” present.

Bear raider Waseem Shakoor warns again on Cloudtag - share price crash accelerating

Published 84 days ago

I sense that Waseem and I will not be getting that many Christmas cards this year from the morons who still hold shares in Cloudtag (CTAG) but we did warn you time and time again. Waseem has now issued another stark warning: If you think the share price meltdown is going to reverse, think again. It is about to accelerate! The great man writes:

Waseem Shakoor explains how a death spiral works for rubbish AIM Companies

Published 86 days ago

The great bear raider is a charitable soul and is doing his very best to explain to Cloudtag (CTAG) owning morons how death spirals work for frauds like the one they are invested in. What a nice guy Shakoor is, spending his valuable time educating the (soon to be) poor and stupid. Give the man a bloody knighthood for services to the intellectually challenged. Saint Waseem explains thus.

Death spiral explained in graphic detail for Cloudtag shareholders and other morons

Published 87 days ago

Thanks to @MarkTaber_FII and @WShak1 for the link. This explains how a death spiral wipes you out. Please take note investors in Cloudtag

CloudTag – my plan for great riches takes a turn for the better

Published 87 days ago

As I consider my new career as a death spiral financier on AIM, I am watching developments at AIM-listed jam-tomorrow (if it ever has a product to sell) stock CloudTag and its funding deal with L1 with great interest. Boy, those death spiral chaps are clever!

Cloudtag & Nomad Cairn: Another urgent request to AIM Regulation

Published 88 days ago

Over the weekend I urged AIM Regulation and the FCA to open a formal enquiry into market abuse and securities fraud by the AIM uber-fraud Cloudtag (CTAG). This morning I have sent an urgent missive to AIM Regulation and its hapless boss Marcus Stuttard asking why Cloudtag is not being forced to postpone its General Meeting allowing it to issue more shares.

CloudTag – L1 Death Spiral financing update: Shareprophets Translation Service

Published 88 days ago

This morning, CloudTag (CTAG) has announced an update to its funding arrangements with death spiral funder, L1 Capital. Here at Shareprophets, we are conscious that these funding agreements can be rather convoluted and obtuse so are happy to provide a free of charge translation service.

CloudTag – EGM circular published, my plan for great riches hits a snag but there is a get-out

Published 91 days ago

Oh dear. They say that no news is good news and so conversely it was beginning to seem that every time AIM-listed CloudTag (CTAG) opened its mouth via the RNS system these days it was bad news. What a come-down from the good old days when it could announce anything it liked and the market loved it. Perhaps the company’s fortunes will change with this morning’s ramptastic RNS, although the reaction seems a tad muted already. Watching this unfold I wonder if my plan for instant wealth as a death spiral financier might hit a snag.

Drafting an RNS for Cloudtag: I am such a fecking all round nice guy

Published 91 days ago

I am a nice guy so am always keen to help. It is, after all the season of goodwill and one should love they neighbour, play the Good Samaritan and all that. And thus with shares in the fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) collapsing to 8.25p to sell I have drafted an RNS for the company to issue tomorrow morning. "Statement re Share Price Movement."

Cloudtag - another pre placing ramp exposed: this time its Cities

Published 92 days ago

How on earth can Nomad Cairn continue to act for the fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) as it today fesses up to another pre-placing hoodwinking of investors? After the Second Chance guaranteed sales of $5.2 million RNS ( 4 days before a placing) statement was exposed as a big fat lie, now we turn to the US distributor Cities.

CloudTag – my plan for great riches

Published 92 days ago

So AIM-listed CloudTag (CTAG) has announced the conversion of a further £600,000 of its death spiral funding facility with L1. That is on top of the previous £700,000 announced  on Monday of last week. Running the ShareProphets abacus over the numbers, it looks very tight as to whether the company will get anywhere near drawing Tranche 2 of the funding package. But studying it all makes me realise there is a fabulous path to richness awaiting me.

CloudTag – just how secure is that death spiral funding package?

Published 93 days ago

We wait patiently for AIM-listed Cloudtag (CTAG) to get its fitness device off the production line - if either actually exists. Then it can meet the $5.2 million guaranteed order during 2016 from Second Chance which has morphed into what looks more like an £880,000 expression of interest which might lead to sales some time this year or next, if ever. Until then we can rely upon the death spiral funding package announced on 7 November to keep the company from taking a one-way trip to the corporate knackers’ yard. Or can we?

Cloudtag - another Red Flag as death spiral panic sets in but is God now onside?

Published 94 days ago

With Cloudtag (CTAG) now reliant on death spiral funding it is engaged in a desperate battle to create retail demand for its shares in order to soak up the wall of death spiral selling. The announcement of clear non events is a sign of that panic. And so meet Mr He.

Cloudtag - Do what Bruce says and run to the hills

Published 102 days ago

Any lingering doubts that may have been harboured by bears of Cloudtag (CTAG) were dispelled last week by its tacit admission that it had misled the market earlier in the year when it boated of a firm $5.2 million sale to be completed this year, which has now turned out to be a phantom as predicted.

Waseem Shakoor warns on Cloudtag as death spiral financing confirmed

Published 106 days ago

Cloudtag (CTAG) has today confirmed that net proceeds of £1.44 million on its recent financing have been confirmed as arriving and as such has revealed the financier to whom loan notes are being issued: L1 Capital Global Opportunities Master Fund. Bear raider Waseem Shakoor now points out why this is such terrible news. Waseem writes:

Vast Resources – Well done Roy, you worked it out in the end (again!)

Published 106 days ago

Déjà vu this morning with the announcement from Roy Pitchford at Vast Resources (VAST) earlier today as he announced that it was ditching the Bracknor facility, presumably as he realised that it wasn’t doing wonders for the share price. Well, at least you realised before causing any further damage.

Xtract Resources – Funding RNS obfuscation at its worst: disappointing

Published 113 days ago

I was starting to warm to Colin Bird at Xtract Resources (XTR) with his decisive action and straight-talking, although today’s hugely disappointing funding RNS which needs about five reads and three espressos to understand leaves me feeling cold, although I’m guessing Beaufort Securities and Beaumont Cornish should shoulder some of the blame.

Frontera Resources – After the pump…….

Published 114 days ago

Having pumped up the share price at the start of last week with yet another ramptastic operations update, all rather predictably comes the dump. This morning AIM-listed Frontera Resources (FRR) announced the draw-down of another £382,550 under a Standby Equity Distribution Agreement (SEDA) – for which read death spiral – with YA II PN Ltd (for which read Yorkville). Another wheelbarrow-load of confetti, 402,684,211 shares, has been issued at 0.095p per share. We are told this will be used to advance work programs of the Company.

Vast Resources: Suspicious share trading activity – FCA need to get involved – and an investigation that even Clouseau could solve!

Published 126 days ago

I appreciate that Tom wrote last week about the expensive loan from Bracknor (HERE) ; however, I wanted to point out a few other aspects of the financing transaction, particularly after the laughably naïve RNS’s that came out this morning. The FCA need to take a closer look.

Falanx shares starting to motor - hang on, price target increased

Published 134 days ago

Back in May, we tipped Falanx (FLX) at a 4.25p offer and a 6.625p limit buying price with a target to sell at 6.5p by August. There have been a few delays caused by a stock overhang and the placing needed to clear a death spiral. But the shares are now starting to motor ahead. They now stand at 6p-6.25p. Do not sell. In fact...

Falanx Placing - Death Spiral loan notes cleared: here we go

Published 141 days ago

Falanx Group (FLX) has raised £750,000 at 4p in a placing organised by new broker Turner Pope. It was Turner Pope that approached Falanx and we know most of those who put up the cash and they are firm-ish holders not flippers. Turner Pope will get its commission and also 468,750 shares with a six month lock-in.

Servision - overtakes the fraud African Potash with the most expensive loan in AIM history - 33%

Published 147 days ago

Servision (SEV) has today announced its interim results and they are dismal. The company is bust and why it's advisors (Nomad Allenby, broker Belfort Securities & PR himbo Christian Taylor Wilkinson at Cadogan Leander) do not call it a day and walk defies belief. It shows all three are morally bankrupt.The results are analysed in a bearcast special HERE. But I flag up in itw own right a loan Servision has taken from Yorkville which seems to be the new, most expensive loan , in AIM Casino history - at 33% - it is 5 percentage points dearer than the loan the FRAUD African Potash (AFPO) took out from Katrina Clayton, the wife of its FD. Frankly Servision would be better off borrowing on Christian T-W's credit card and splitting the difference.

ShareProphets RNS Translation Service: Frontera Resources – rampety ramp, rampety ramp (PS you’ve just been diluted again)

Published 150 days ago

AIM-listed Texas-based oil explorer and monster cash-burner Frontera Resources (FRR) yesterday released another ramptastic RNS. The shares stormed ahead by 29% on the day, with the rise getting going at about 11am. No doubt someone just got very lucky, as an RNS didn't come out until 3.35pm.

Forte Energy – mea culpa, my valuation was wrong..…it was far too high!

Published 199 days ago

Two weeks ago, following the release of its admission document I wrote about the valuation of Forte Energy (FTE) HERE. It was at 0.006p at the time and I thought 0.002p was a better reflection of the value. Well the share price has dropped to 0.0035p in the meantime but the bad news for those that have stuck it out so far is that my valuation should have been lower.

Eurasia Mining – Shocking loan deal: worse than Wonga

Published 206 days ago

I’ve been following the antics of Sanderson Capital Partners for a while now and yesterday’s latest shocking funding deal with Eurasia Mining (EUA) has tipped me over the edge and forced me to write.

Frontera Resources – Red Flags for breakfast, anyone? SELL!

Published 212 days ago

DIRECTOR PURCHASES SHARES screams the headline – in capitals - of an RNS from AIM-listed Frontera Resources (FRR) - not to be confused with Frontier Resources - this morning. Ooooh quick, let’s all pile in – follow the money, as they say, because the insiders know what’s really going on. Er, hang on a moment….

ValiRx – Great news as Bracknor death spiral funding package is ditched.

Published 213 days ago

I was delighted to read this morning’s RNS from AIM-listed cancer-buster ValiRx (VAL): it has ditched the value-destroying funding package with Bracknor. About time too, this has been a disaster for the share price ever since it was announced back in March. With the shares having crashed from 12.5p the day before the package was announced to the current 6.875p (last seen) the damage has been horrific.

ValiRx – EGM today as turkeys are given a second chance to vote for Christmas

Published 227 days ago

AIM-listed cancer-buster ValiRx (VAL) has its EGM today at 11.30am at the offices of DAC Beachcroft LLP, 100 Fetter Lane, London EC4AS 1BN. After shareholders voted to reject a resolution to disapply pre-emption rights at the AGM a couple of weeks back, the company has called a new gathering at which shareholders are being asked to vote on it again with management hoping that this time the shareholders get the answer right. Heck, it works for the EU, so why not here? Update - motion passed, shares down.

Servision – increased undrawn SEDA Death Spiral which it does not intend to draw?

Published 230 days ago

Tom Winnifrith has stuck the knife into AIM-listed Servision plc (SEV) more times than Avanti (AVN) has missed performance targets – see HERE. And so today we learn that the company has amended the terms of a financing package with YA II PN Ltd (otherwise known as Yorkville) which involved a loan agreement backed by a standby equity distribution agreement (SEDA) – for that, read “death spiral”. But the comedy is in the text of the RNS.

African Potash shares crash - next stop 0.3p as exercised warrants are dumped, then onto 0p

Published 242 days ago

Death spiral providers Bergen are vultures. They are not nice folks. They are not long term investors. But they are not dumb either. They know that shares in African Potash (AFPO) are set to crash and so today Bergen has exercised 63.7 million warrants at 0.3p under some old deal it had. Oh dear. The shares will be admitted to trading on Wednesday but Bergen won't be waiting for then. Oh no.

Vast Resources – a litany of excuses and extraordinary dilution ahead – the perfect RNS

Published 252 days ago

I first commented on the shocking funding deal between Vast Resources (VAST) and Crede HERE in March with the share price around 0.3p and although Vast managed to get out of the second tranche of funding (and got into bed with Darwin instead), yesterday’s RNS gave a disastrous update on all funding and operational matters – what a doozy!

ValiRx – another CUL drawdown/conversion, but arghhh the numbers don’t add up

Published 281 days ago

After-hours (natch) yesterday AIM-listed biotech ValiRx (VAL) released an RNS announcing the drawdown of the second £500,000 tranche (of up to eight) of its convertible death spiral funding package with Bracknor. We were also told that half of it had already been converted, with reference made to the terms set out in an RNS of 21 March 2016. But the numbers simply don’t add up – oh, and the company had now admitted that associated warrants will have to be approved by shareholders.

Hooray – ValiRx corrects Companies House filings. Good: now, about that Bracknor death spiral….

Published 291 days ago

AIM-listed ValiRx (VAL) operates in the biotech space, developing cancer drugs. I’ve been pretty beastly in previous pieces (see HERE) but I am pleased to note that the company has seen fit to address the questions asked over Companies House filings. As pointed out HERE they were indeed wrong and they have now been corrected. Good news. My hope is that the questions over the Bracknor funding deal will now be addressed.

ValirX – another loan conversion and clarification over warrants: clear as mud.

Published 311 days ago

After-hours last night (5pm) AIM-listed ValirX (VAL) announced a second batch of loan conversions under its £4 million (except it is up to £8.6 million) funding deal with Bracknor. It was at just 7.4p so it is no great surprise that the shares are down at 8.625p mid (last seen) having closed last night at 9.25p. But then there are those warrants….does anyone have the slightest Scooby of what’s going on there from last night’s announcement? 

Vast Resources – well done Roy, you worked it out in the end

Published 325 days ago

Great news for the shareholders of Vast Resources (VAST) this morning as Vast announced that it was withholding consent to the second tranche of the Crede financing. If no-one minds, I’d like to take some of the credit!

ValiRx – more on that Bracknor death spiral and a trip to Companies House…. Uh Oh!

Published 326 days ago

Yesterday I had a few comments to offer with regard to AIM-listed ValiRx (VAL) and its £4 million (or is it £8.6 million, or is it £8.6 million plus proceeds from exercise of 5 million warrants at 9p?) CUL deal with Bracknor. My fear is that details of that deal offered up in the RNS of 21 March 2015 look (from Friday’s RNS) to have been incredibly lacking. But wandering over to the Companies House website leaves me wondering if the company can’t get simple Companies House filings right, what hope is there for the mechanics of a complex CUL deal to be fully understood and conveyed to shareholders?

ValiRx – have we been told the truth, the whole truth?

Published 328 days ago

On 21 March this year, AIM-listed ValiRx (VAL) announced a convertible loan facility with Bracknor Fund Ltd. It was announced that the company could draw down up to £4 million in tranches of £500,000. But it seems that some of the information given was either wrong or just missing, not to mention a small problem of share issuance authorities which look to be insufficient to seal the deal. Having had no reply to two emails sent to the company, I am assuming that the conclusions I have come to are correct. It is not pretty.

Golden Saint Resources - 2 days left to death? Crowd funded death spiral update - day 88

Published 415 days ago

Why has Nomad Roland "fatty" Cornish not yet had shares in insolvent Golden Saint Resources (GSR) suspended? After all it is totally bust. Perhaps it is in the hope that its crowd funded debt death spiral organised by Richard "Gollum" Gill would be a saviour? If so I have bad news because after 88 days...

Tuesday Caption Contest - Useless Nomad Roland "Fatty" Cornish Edition

Published 492 days ago

By now it is clear after the numerous scandals at New World Oil & Gas (NEW), Gate Ventures (GATE) and so many others that we’ve forgotten, that Roland “fatty” Cornish is officially London’s worst Nomad. His latest triumph is to allow shares in Golden Saint Resources (GSR) to continue to trade even though the company is insolvent and its Richard "Gollum" Gill crowd funded debt death spiral has only raised MINUS £1938.50.  To celebrate this walking disaster story we have another caption contest. Don’t hold back…there is a prize.

Golden Saint Resources Live Execution Day 9 – Gollum covers up how investors spoofed

Published 494 days ago

It goes without saying that there live execution of insolvent AIM listed POS Golden Saint Resources (GSR) via a crowd funded debt death spiral is not going well. The past 24 hours has seen another £0 raised meaning that on day nine net proceeds are still MINUS £1938.50. But an eagle eyed reader has flagged up a weekend change, as CrowdforAngels tries to cover up how investors are being spoofed.

Golden Saint Resources Live Execution Deathwatch day 8 – How Gollum has cursed Crowdforangels

Published 495 days ago

It goes without saying that the scoreboard was not exactly rattling yesterday at the live public execution crowd funded death spiral of Golden Saint Resources (GSR). Is that because Golden Saint is an insolvent POS or because the crowd funder crowdforangels has been cursed by having the congenitally imbecilic Northern Slum refugee Richard “Gollum” Gill on board as its compliance officer? Or both. As it happens…

Golden Saint Resources Live Execution Update Day 3 - The Curse of Gollum revealed

Published 501 days ago

Another day gone and things look even grimmer in the execution chamber as we watch the public death of AIM POS Golden Saint Resources (GSR). Still only £1100 of the £250,000 needed has been pledged which means that – after costs – three days of the crowd funded debt death spiral has realised a net MINUS £1,938.50. But I am afraid the true picture is EVEN WORSE than that. Moreover…now it is time to meet Gollum, the mastermind behind this fiasco.

Arian Silver - always bet against a company with a death spiral

Published 502 days ago

I was all set to recommend selling Arian Silver (AGQ) when it popped to 12p the other day for no apparent reason. It’s now 8p to sell and despite a lowly market cap of £2.8 million  the shares are likely to trade much lower.

Watch the Golden Saint Public Execution Live Update – Crowd Funding Net Proceeds now MINUS £1938.50

Published 503 days ago

This gets more hilarious by the day, the slow public execution of Golden Saint Resources (GSR) as it endeavours to secure £250,000 via a crowd funded convertible debt death spiral. On day 2 the net proceeds so far are MINUS £1,938.50.  Death ahoy. The hard maths are just appalling.

Watch Golden Saint Resources Die LIVE on screen - so far only £800 raised

Published 504 days ago

AIM listed Golden Saint Resources (GSR)is out of cash and as we explained earlier HERE it is trying to raise £250,000 via a crowdfunded debt death spiral and even if it achieves that it will still be bust before Christmas. Our target price is 0p. But joy of joys you can now watch Golden Saint die live on screen - so far it has just raised £800!. This is such fun..,

Golden Saint – pure comedy as it launches a crowd-funded death spiral. Sell

Published 504 days ago

We have already flagged that AIM-Cesspit POS Golden Saint Resources (GSR) was out of cash HERE. Today we find that despite pre-placing ramps (see HERE and HERE) it appears that it is out of friends too. This morning, it appears that the company could not even get a keep-the-lights-on placing away, and has had to turn to a death spiral. Except that it could not even go to any of the usual players there either, turning instead to crowd-funding. And to cap it all, this funding round has not yet been completed – today’s RNS simply announces of its launch. This is a slam-dunk sell.

ValiRX- half year report – what utter bollocks: SELL!

Published 525 days ago

Forget all the jam tomorrow garbage from serial cash burning biotech loser ValiRX (VAL) the half year report out this morning is a dog’s dinner. Look at the numbers.

Sirius Minerals a sell at 8.75p Sirius money needed soon.

Published 766 days ago

I lasted shorted shares in Sirius Minerals (SXX) in August 2013 when the company, desperate for cash, announced a death spiral equity finance loan from an unnamed New York based firm. This was misleadingly dressed up as an investment, with CEO Chris Fraser even crowing that it demonstrated  “confidence in the on going development of the York Potash project” when anyone familiar with death spiral financing knows that it did no such thing and such arrangements invariably cause steep declines in the share price. 

A very happy New Year for TXO shareholders – not!

Published 775 days ago

First they get the news that Smart Win has appealed against the rejection of its summary judgement motion; totally immaterial of course, regardless of what happens, because as explained here  “the chances are better of winning the jackpot in the national lottery just buying 1 line for 1 week than they are of TXO (TXO) actually seeing any money.. [because]… Smart Win is a shell set up by two major Chinese companies and has no assets”

Powerhouse Energy is definitely one to avoid

Published 788 days ago

If you look more closely at a lot of AIM companies it is hard to see why they are so popular with private investors. So far PowerHouse Energy (PHE) would seem to fit into that category, as despite being popular on the bulletin boards, it has yet to actually achieve much of what has previously been promised or in the expected timescales.

Rob Terry you criminal low-life you have a margin call – Quindell must make a statement NOW

Published 835 days ago

Fair dues to Ron Duncan at Cloudbuy (CBUY) – he has done a similar deal to the Quindell fraudsters with Equities First Holdings LLC claiming to buy shares when he has in fact sold. But in his statement this morning he has at least fessed up to what price his margin call will be at. Rob Terry and his fellow fraudsters at Quenron have not done this but I can tell you it is c69p. And so with the shares having touched 67p earlier Rob just got a phone call… welcome to Rob Terry...who wants to be a millionaire.

Reader Poll – what Price is Rob Terry’s Quindell Margin call

Published 835 days ago

Crony capitalist Nomad Cenkos won’t tell us. Mr 2+2 can = 5, the fraudster Rob Terry will not tell us but we NEED to know at what price does Rob Terry face margin calls from Equity First Holdings LLC and so presumably sell more shares to EF so creating a death spiral? Well maybe our readers have an idea. There have been various suggestions put forward. Vote now on what you think the margin call price is – deadline midnight:

Solo Oil; pipe dream or genuine prospect?

Published 881 days ago

Just over two months ago, Gary Newman (a little ambivalently) picked Solo Oil (SOLO) as his runner in the Horse Hill race. His reasoning had less to do with Horse Hill and more to do with the appraisal of the Ntorya gas condensate discovery in Tanzania, in which Solo retains 25%. As it turned out, this was another good call by Gary, albeit a reluctant one! At the start of the month, Solo announced a sizeable upgrade to the reserves at Ntorya-1 and the company’s share price hasn’t looked back. From an end of day close of 0.38p on September 3rd, this stock hit an intraday peak of 1.2p and now trades at 0.98p, last seen. This values Solo at £46.56million. Now that the company has secured a c.$8.6million funding package, the question is can Solo build on its recent fantastic gains?

Piers Linney of Dragons Den – another business failure unearthed & his PLC record in focus as shares in Outsourcery Slump

Published 940 days ago

Over the weekend I revealed HERE the string of business trainwecks that are the real career of Dragons Den new boy Piers Linney. I also flagged that his AIM listed Outsourcery (OUT) was in dire straits and its shares have slumped from 34p on Friday to 25.5p ( and falling) today as the possibility that it could go tits up looms ever larger – as I flag HERE.

Placement Watch: Regency Mines £350,000 at 0.22p

Published 1015 days ago

Yesterday afternoon, Regency Mines announced a £350,000 placement at 0.22p per share. Quite coincidentally I am sure, Regency’s share price had fallen steeply in the run up to this announcement...

Breaking News: Arian Silver London placing has failed – source. Sell

Published 1408 days ago

A couple of days ago commissioned researcher Edison published a detailed buy note on AIM and TSX listed Arian Silver (AGQ) at 9p suggesting that a target price of 16p was achievable assuming that the company raised $21.4 million of debt and $8 million of equity at the then share price to meet its funding needs until it turns cash positive in early 2015.

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